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A sampling from our Member Sites(s) Use the link above to review/visit
Geek around the House
A fun website full of experiments, ideas and facts showing that science isnt just data. Ever wanted to know how to make a cannon or a pulse engine, want to see the latest in science exploration then vist this site and find out more...
HackMan's site about his Tesla Coil and other high voltage devices like Van de Graff's, induction coils, capacitor discharge banks, and other high-tech destruction.
Executive briefing on Theory of Relativity
Formulated to cut right through the haze, here Einstein's Theory of Relativity is elucidated to net satisfaction on a single page, in regular language, without any math. The essay especially illuminates how the Universe would be reductio ad absurdum without relativity.
Soap Bubbles - Some Squeaky Clean Science Fun!
Visit Soap Bubbles to learn the chemistry involved in the making of soap. Learn about soap additives such as rosin, sodium silicate, borax, naphtha, washing soda, and bleach, and about the fabrics they treat. Get out your chemistry set to test the soaps in your home. And btw, why does that bar of soap float? Complete text on-line with study questions and clickable links%
The Frog Blog. Eco-Talk!
FrogBook.com is a blog that discusses the latest news on the environment, wildlife, animal rights, and science in general; their political and social implications will be deconstructed and debated - hopefully with a degree of frog-humor. Post your comments!
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