|Scientician BGH-7262 Presents|
|Here are a selection of links dedicated to Science- Mad and otherwise- including some of the Scientists from the Mad Scientists page, and some more general data. I had considered seperating the Mad Science, real science and insane crap but the way I see it, if you can't figure it out yourself, there's no hope for you. As such, there is no rational order to these links, they're just thrown together any which way. Enjoy!|
* ? The home of Professor Ashfield|
* The Straight Dope by Cecil Adams, the man with all the right answers
* Or, you could Ask Dr. Science, the man with all the wrong answers
* Bad Science isn't really Mad Science, but this site's still very interesting, as are the Bad Astronomy and Bad Chemistry sites.
* Songs about Mad Science are few and far between. The Monster Mash by Bobby "Boris" Pickett is, of course the classic.
* Everyone's favourite psychotic plant Bob the Angry Flower is a pretty skilled Mad Scientist, as well as being quite hilarious
* Of course if you really want to know about chemistry, you skip those "standard" textbooks and go straight to the the theosophists.
* The BBC's official Dr. Who website
* And the BBC's site for their recent production of The Lost world
* Crank.net for all your looney needs
* The DNA-O-gram generator
* I hate to disagree with Mr. Edison, but I'm not sure I understand the point of this experiment.
* If you found that last site baffling and horrifying, this should explain all. Glad we got that settled.
* More about Edison here and here; and here's a whole bunch of early Edison films and phonographic recordings.
* Ever wondered what it would be like to live in the distant year 2000? Click here and find out.
* Space.com. The name says it all, really.
* NASA'a official web site. Not to be confused with this.
* Speaking of NASA, here's the final word on the moon landing "hoax".
* Where did the Mad Scientist go for his holiday?
* The physics of Santa Claus.
* Behold! Telegraphy! The communications system of the future!
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