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Ask Dr. Science! Dr. Science is heard daily on radio stations throughout America and the world.
Brain-Mart Brain-Mart is your source for brain-related products including brain models, anatomical charts, books, anatomical reference software, and brain novelties. On-line secure catalog; 24 hour shipping.
Britney's Guide to Semiconductor Physics It is a little known fact, that Britney Spears is an expert in semiconductor physics. Not content with just singing, in these pages, she will guide you in the fundamentals of the vital laser components that have made it possible to hear her super music in a digital format.
Carotene experiment Human experiment from SteelGirl.com. What happens when someone eats all the carrots they can handle? Will their skin turn orange or not???
Colon Blow Human experiment from SteelGirl.com. What happens when someone takes a double dose of a harsh laxative every day for a week.
Date-A-Doc Date-A-Doc.com was founded in September, 2000 by Physician Joe Canales and Research Scientist, Roger Canales. The website is intended to bring busy professionals with similar interests and backgrounds together in a friendly cyber environment.
Dermatology in the Cinema

Run by a dermatologist and film buff this site contains interesting sections on skin conditions used to convey evil and actors with skin conditions. The site sponsors the annual "Skinnies" awards honoring epidermal excellence in entertainment.

FungiPhoto.com A collection of photos of fungi...
Government Research into E.S.P. and Mind Control A site devoted to detailing government research into Extra Sensory Perception and mind control
HowStuffWorks.com HowStuffWorks is widely recognized as the leading source for clear, reliable explanations of how everything around us actually works.
Insect Recipes Yummy recipes you can make at home courtesy of the Iowa State University Department of Entomology. Disclaimer: The Department of Entomology at Iowa State University is not responsible for gastric distress, allergic reactions, feelings of repulsion, or other problems resulting from the ingestion of foods represented on these pages.
Journal of Irreproducible Results Explains such burning questions as the complex engineering required to fabricate a strapless evening gown; the effect of playing gentle music on a farm to influence the rate of growth of a cornfield; housing rats in cages with tennis balls as a model to study infidelity in man...
Molecules with Silly or Unusual Names Believe it or not, some chemists do have a sense of humor. Here you will see molecules with names that demonstrate some humor.
NeoScience Institute Taking over the world for a better tomorrow.
Primate Programming Inc. The evolution of Java and .NET Training, Primate Programming Inc. is dedicated to the advancement and gainful employment of non-human great apes within the United States information technology sector. They are the pioneer in Primate Programming (PP) worldwide.
Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) program Established to pursue rigorous scientific study of the interaction of human consciousness with sensitive physical devices, systems, and processes common to contemporary engineering practice.
Pringles Pinhole How to make a pinhole camera out of a pringles can!
QuackWatch A nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to combat health-related frauds, myths, fads, and fallacies.
Rat-Bots A BBC report on a series of experiments where rats were directed by remote control through obstacle courses.
Sci-Cops Enforcing the laws of nature...
Science Jokes A collection of more than 2500 scientific jokes.
Skulls Everything you have ever wanted to know about skulls is here at this California Academy of Sciences website.
Thermodynamics of Hell A physical chemistry question: Is hell exothermic or endothermic?
Visible Human Project A creation of complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies.
Wacky Patent of the Month The Wacky Patent of the Month is devoted to recognizing selected inventors and their remarkable and unconventional patented inventions.
Weird Science 40 strange-acting, bizarre-looking, and barely believable activities for kids, such as your own slime, discover how lava lamps work, or learn how materials decompose.
Weird Science Kids Weird Science Kids offers children educational, entertaining, and unique hands on science learning experiences though a large selection of science toys, science fair kits and supplies.
X-Prize The X PRIZE is a $10,000,000 prize to jumpstart the space tourism industry through competition between the most talented entrepreneurs and rocket experts in the world. The $10 Million cash prize will be awarded to the first team that: (1) Privately finances, builds & launches a spaceship, able to carry 3 people to 100 kilometers (62.5 miles) (2) Returns safely to Earth and (3) Repeats the launch with the same ship within 2 weeks The X PRIZE competition follows in the footsteps of over 100 aviation prizes offered between 1905 and 1935 which created today's multibillion dollar air transport industry.
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