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SCIENCE

Science - you know it makes sense. Science need not be difficult or the exclusive realm of an academic elite. There is an increasingly accessible approach to science for all. Zyra has some pages which explain some scientific ideas in a "science made easy" manner. Some of the stuff on this page connects these reviews together, and some of it is a set of references to other sites which might help.


Chemistry

Astronomy

Material science

Science Museum

Mathematics

How a microwave oven works

How to measure the power of a microwave oven

BBC Sci-Tech

Weather

Very Basic Astronomy

How to work out radio frequencies and wavelengths

Time

Cryonics

www.channel4.com/science

Science Year .co.uk - 0800 660 880

Science Announcement !

Elements of the Periodic Table

Learning

Science Magazine
"Science/AAAS | Science Magazine: Research, news and commentary".

Nature Magazine
"Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life".

Technology Research News

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

SI Units

Liquid Nitrogen

PI = 3.14159...

Robots

Things to do with audio equipment

Fusion.org.uk

National Geographic

What is Density? //// List of Densities

What is Valency?

Volts and Amps

Sun

Horsepower - definition

Exponential Notation (What's 10n? etc)

Speed of Light //// Light-Year

Radio

Orbits / Orbiting explained

Fine Structure Constant

Optics

Gravity on different planets

Area and Volume for different sized objects

British Association for the Advancement of Science (was www.britassoc.org.uk) - 0800 660 800 UK

Computers

Natural History

Glass is a Liquid

Progress

How Logarithms work - the secret behind the conjuring trick revealed!

Psychology

Geology

Fluorescent Lamps - how much electricity they REALLY use when you first switch them on?

Nexialism

The Magnetic North Pole is a "South" Pole!

Linux

New Scientist

Engineering

Electrics

Fermilab

CERN

Fusor.net - independent fusion research

Neurinfo - and artificial consciousness that grows.

Bottomquark.com - Science and Technology News and Discussion (http://www.bottomquark.com/ found not there 2005/01/30!)

3D Body Imaging using Inertia

Quantum Strangeness (was http://www.umsl.edu/~altmanc/measurement.html )

Adventure of a Thermohygrograph - museum environmental monitor on tour

Greatest Physicists - was http://www.greatestphysicists.com/

Expert systems / relational databases / fuzzy logic

Experts in white coats

How Stuff Works

Why is the Earth round?

Electronics

SNO

Science Hobbyist - was http://www.amasci.com

deciBels

Shareware inventions

Things worth knowing about BATTERIES

Science@NASA - Science.Nasa.Gov

Which weighs more? A ton of feathers or a ton of lead?

Thermoelectric Series

Magnets

Is Water Incompressible?

Technical Support

Nanotechnology

Rocket Science - explained in very easy terms

Xyroth's EFFECTS page

Firing Order of different kinds of engines

Horizon Research - near-death experiences (gone - was http://www.horizon-research.co.uk )

Royal Institution Xmas Lectures - bring them back!

www.datadiwan.de/SciMedNet/home.htm

What is Half Life ?

Why is the Sky Blue?

http://einstein.stanford.edu/

Balloons of neutral buoyancy floating in air

www.oelen.net/science/ - the Art of Wondering

Ultrasound and Sonar

Escape Velocity

Strange Attractor.co.uk

Gerontology

A Journey Into the Mind of A Talking Parrot - An astounding audio case study of a talking parakeet with a vocabulary of over 800 words and how he used them for conversational language and concept formation

Tesla Coils? Teslamania.com

see also Xyroth's page about science

Easy explanation of what BYTES are

Ice Cores and Creationism

MASS or Weight?

What is Bandwidth?

Barometrology

Can You Avoid a Hangover?

Cunning scientific method to make a good guess how many kilobytes are in a book

AllMeasures.com - measurement & conversion site

http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/by/year

How a Thermos Flask works

http://rstl.royalsocietypublishing.org/search?fulltext=newton&submit=yes&x=27&y=12

Water Going Down Plugholes - which way round in the North or South?

PhysicsWeb.org

How does a fridge work?

Questions about an x-ray image-intensifier

You can Move a Ship

Antimatter

If a tree falls in a forest and no-one hears it, does it make any sound?

Thermal imaging of hot toast using fax paper

a potential opportunity for making a great discovery in Biology

Also see: Science Fiction

Always expanding here!

It's also important to mend any connections which don't go anywhere. Help to Fix Them. Last checked 2005/01/30