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Science plays a role in all science fiction and most fantasy writing. Without it, the reader/viewer finds the work too implausible. As Arthur C. Clarke said, "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic".


EurekAlert!

The American Association for the Advancement of Science research news web site includes the latest research discoveries from more than 300 universities and research institutions.


Space Vehicles

There you'll find information on launch vehicle design, whether to use rockets or planes and a plethora of dteails on vehicle designs.


On Earth
ScienceDirectory.info
Warp Drive When?
U of Delaware: Anthropology Links
U of Waterloo: Anthropology Links
GNN Select: Science and Technology
World History Online Resources
Mythology and Folklore
Chaos at Maryland
Royal Greenwich Observatory
CERN European Laboratory for Particle Physics
Science on the Web
EurekAlert!
The Exploratorium Home Page
Fermi Acceleration Lab
Newsletters of High Energy Physics
The Arctic Studies Center Home
Netspedition Amazon
The Why Files
The Ig Nobel Prize Homepage
In Space
Bad Air and Space
NASA's Microwave Anisotropy Program
NASA's Space Station
Today@NASA
More Hubble Space Telescope Photographs
The Artemis Society
History of Astronomy
The Comet Observation Homepage
Space Vehicles
The Nine Planets
Welcome to the Planets
Earth Viewer
Russia's Mir Space Station Homepage
The Millenial Foundation
The NASA Homepage
US Space Camp
Spacezone
Hubble Space Telescope Greatest Hits 1990-1995 Gallery
Hot Air: The Annals of Improbable Research
Fermi Acceleration Lab

Fermi Lab is a high-energy physics laboratory, home of the world's most powerful particle accelerator, the Tevatron. Scientists from across the US and around the world use Fermilab's resources in experiments to explore the most fundamental particles and forces of nature.


CERN European Laboratory for Particle Physics

CERN is the birth place of the World Wide Web. It provides information on physics, some non-physics conferences, and the WWW.




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