There is probably no subject which so fully occupies our attention or is of more significance to us than is the weather. It is also probably true that there is no subject about which the average individua l knows less. Superstition and ignorance run riot in the minds of those who know little about the cause of our weather. To the end that a little light may be shed in darkened minds where superstition plays havoc, the writer ventures this short article. The suggestion may give the teacher of general science a new urge to carry on along this line in the development of general science study projects.
©1929 by Iowa State Teachers College
Cable, E. J.
Science Bulletin: Vol. 2:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/science_bulletin/vol2/iss2/3