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Forces of Nature
Fascinated by natural disasters? Here you can learn about earthquakes, tidal waves, hurricanes, and other dramatic manifestations of nature.

Hot AIR: Rare and Well-done Tidbits from the Annals of Improbable Research
Here is a collection of articles on the lighter side of science: breaking news, feature articles, unauthorized teaching materials, The Bureaucracy Club, projects and surveys, and more.

The Solar Space Station
All sorts of amazing useful information about the Solar System including planets, vital statistics, images, the sun and all latest news.Here\'s a good place to explore space and the Solar System, with many pictures and amazing facts about our universe.

The Tech Museum of Innovation
The Tech Museum of Innovation - Welcome! The Tech Museum inspires and educates the innovators of the futureThe Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, California is a hands-on technology museum devoted to inspiring the innovator in everyone. Online exhibits and activities include The Robot Zoo, The PC Webopedia, and video interviews with individuals like Steve Wozniak.

BioMEDIA Associates Biology Education Website
BioMEDIA ASSOCIATESExplore the lives of whirling animals, take a detailed tour of the surface of a sea star, examine the evolution and diversity of the eye, match microscopic larva of a marine animal with its adult form, or investigate the natural history of one of the classic organisms of biology such a Daphnia or Planaria.
11 - The Future of Mars
Your source for Mars colonization and terraforming articles, fiction, and news from our international member-base.Ever wonder what a city on Mars would be like? Here scientists and other writers discuss possible futures for the Red Planet. The site features the latest news, Mars data, images from NASA, and many exclusive articles.
This website is a great resource for science teachers, with science lessons, news, demonstration ideas, experiments, microlabs, a cool interactive periodic table, a whiteboard, and more.

Galileo Galilei
This educational website investigates the life, times, and scientific theories of Galileo Galilei, who is called \"Father of Modern Science.

Earth and Moon Viewer
Earth and Moon ViewerThe New Year is a good time to take a bigger perspective. Here you can view a map of the Earth showing the day and night regions at the moment, or view the Earth from the Sun, the Moon, the night side of the Earth, above any location on the planet, or from a satellite in Earth orbit.

Time: The Eternal Element
What is time? Can you chase time to measure it? This educational website explores time from the philosophical and physical points of view, and discusses subjective and objective time reckoning.

The Energy Planet
This website was designed to help people learn about energy, energy sources, and energy use. Many of our current energy sources will be exhausted in the next century, and human beings must find new forms of energy.

Middle School Science
This is a lesson resource for middle school science teachers, homeschool parents, and students. There are lesson plans in chemistry, physics, life science, and earth science. There are also some teaching tips from experienced educators, study tips for students, and links to more school science sites.

Sighting the First Sense - Seeing is Believing
This is an educational website on sight and visual perception. Here students can learn about the eye, study a timeline of optical discoveries, refer to a glossary, join a discussion forum, and test their knowledge with interactive quizzes.
This site has science resources for students and teachers, including videos, message boards, a chat room, and science news feeds from Reuters.

The Cave of Lascaux
The Palaeolithic cave at Lascaux, France, discovered by four teenagers in 1940, is one of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century.

This site takes students to a virtual neurophysiology and cardiology laboratory. Shockwave and QuickTime animations are used here to help students examine heart patients, follow the movement of blood and the activity of the nervous system, watch bacteria invade the body, learn how an electrocardiogram works, and more.
Ever wonder how your cell phone works? Or what WD-40 means? Or how caffeine affects your body? This online magazine aims to demystify everyday life through clearly written articles which are useful for students, teachers, hobbyists, those looking for help with household projects, and anyone with an interest in the world around them.

The Binocular Astronomer
This website offers Planet Earth citizens a connection to the exploration of the solar system and the search for life in the universe.

Erratic Impact Philosophy Research Base
his meta-index features thousands of annotated links and text resources for philosophy research and teaching.

SciCentral is a gateway to over 50,000 handpicked resources covering over 120 specialties in science, engineering, and medical research.

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