:THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: SOME CASES OF LOSS OF MEMORY; Peculiarities of Such Lapses as That of Colonel Robins -- Talking Over a Beam of Light -- Forecasting Weather by Sun's Rays

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:THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: SOME CASES OF LOSS OF MEMORY; Peculiarities of Such Lapses as That of Colonel Robins -- Talking Over a Beam of Light -- Forecasting Weather by Sun's Rays

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SINCE January, 1930, THE NEW YORK TIMES has reported sixty-four cases of memory lapses as serious as that of Colonel Robins. There must have been hundreds more of which the press never heard. Men and women who forget who they are and who wander about path

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“:THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: SOME CASES OF LOSS OF MEMORY; Peculiarities of Such Lapses as That of Colonel Robins -- Talking Over a Beam of Light -- Forecasting Weather by Sun's Rays,” Past Periodicals, accessed November 30, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/20430.

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