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True Story:

At the height of World War II, in 1942, the British Navy had a sudden breakdown in radio communications. The British became convinced that it was a German trick. It turned out to be disturbances caused by sunspots over 93 million miles away.

The True Story of Black Hawk Down from the A&E Video Store.

Cosmos Collector's Edition Boxed set - VHS
Carl Sagan's COSMOS is one of the most influential science programs ever made.

Q. Does the moon have a dark side?

A. The moon does have a far side which is impossible to see from the earth, but it doesn't mean that it's always dark. Each side of the moon is dark for no longer than 15 days at a time.

Q. Where does sound come from?

A. The air is always filled with sound waves. All things give off vibrations, but some have a low frequency which most cannot hear. The reason: it may take 3 minutes to make a single vibration. They may be caused by earthquakes and storms.

Did You Know?

The microwave was invented after a researcher walked by a radar tube and a chocolate bar melted in his pocket.

Coke-a-Cola was originally green.

Rubberbands last longer when refrigerated.

Science Project List: other sites listed in the left and right columns.

Parts of a Whole: Americanization

Make an Air Pump into a Vacuum Cleaner Science Project

Silk Origin and Processing Science Project

How to Make a Measuring Jar, Limewater, and Cobalt Chloride Paper

Hydraulic Lifter Science Project

Chinese Water Torture Experiment

Cave Stalactites and Stalagmites Project

Venturi Effect Science Project

Creating Flash Dancers with Static Electricity

Electromagnet Experiment

Oxygen Science Project and Experiment

Experiment Using Reflectors

Investigation and Experiment with Sound

Science Projects From Yesterday - Ultrasonic Sound Kills

Salt and Sugar Water Experiment

Terrarium of Woodland Creatures Around Your Home

Passive Solar Distilled Water Science Project

Make a Gas Balloon Science Project

Magma Chamber Rising Science Project - Volcano

Cryogenic Roses Science Project

Static Electricity Stocking Trick Science Project

Electromagnetism: Springing Spring Coil Science Project

Weather Forecasting Using Your Eyes

Fun Science Gallery
Scientific Experiments for amateur scientists.

Science Projects in physics will require an adult.

Kids' Science Page. National Agricultural Library.

Find it in the Why Files

Science of Light from General Electric.

Science of light from Professor Beaker's learning labs.

FirstGov for kids: Learn about rockets, weather, the human body, outer space, science fair projects ideas and much more through these great links.

Robots: Science and technology: sensors, visible light.

Study Unwraps Ancient 'Recipe' for Mummies


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