Science and Technology
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Use this site to look up "world records" in various categories, such as in the animal world (ex. largest snake), in earth sciences (ex. highest waterfall), or in weather (ex. coldest place).
MadSci Network represents a collective cranium of nearly 800 scientists providing answers to your questions. The sites resources include: The MAD Labs - which describe edible and inedible experiments that require a mere rummaging of the kitchen cabinets to perform; The Random Knowledge Generator, a fun way to browse through questions that have been answered; MadSci FAQs, which details information about subjects from sneezing to growing bacteria to the Daphnia water flea; The MadSci Library, a diverse collection of links to science sites, career information and demonstrations which provide additional starting points for exploring science-related information on the Web.
OLogy means "the study of." And here on the American Museum of Natural History's OLogy Web site, you can study and explore many cool OLogies. What's your favorite OLogy? If you're fascinated by spiders, then you're into ARACHNOLOGY. If you erupt with joy for volcanoes, then VOLCANOLOGY is your thing. If you're completely wowed by planets and stars, then you love ASTRONOMY.
You'll always find plenty of cool and interesting things to read at Popular Science Magazine's Web site. Articles on science, space, the Internet, computers, and more are all here to help keep you informed of the latest advances in technology.