WEIGHS' THE EARTH ON 2-OUNCE SPHERES; Dr. Heyl Tells Scientists of 7Year Tests With Glass and Tungsten Wire in a Vacuum.TONNAGE IN 22 FIGURESAverage Boy Wants to Be a Lindbergh--More Napsfor Babies Are Urged. Many Uses Are Predicted. Sensitive Apparatus W

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WEIGHS' THE EARTH ON 2-OUNCE SPHERES; Dr. Heyl Tells Scientists of 7Year Tests With Glass and Tungsten Wire in a Vacuum.TONNAGE IN 22 FIGURESAverage Boy Wants to Be a Lindbergh--More Napsfor Babies Are Urged. Many Uses Are Predicted. Sensitive Apparatus W

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CLEVELAND, Jan. 2.--The earth weighs 6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (six thousand, million, million, million) tons, or the cosmic scales made by Dr. Paul R. Heyl, physicist of the United States Bureau of Standards.

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