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Ask An Expert Askanexpert.com connects you with hundreds of real world experts, ranging from astronauts to zookeepers. These experts have volunteered to answer your questions for free!
HowStuffWorks HowStuffWorks is widely recognized as the leading source for clear, reliable explanations of how everything around us actually works.
Math Central - Quandaries and Queries
If you have any nagging problems, or questions you can't solve, or are just
plain curious about something, Quandaries and Queries is for you. Our
panel of Quandaries and Queries consultants will try to answer your question.
Ask Dr. Math Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for K-12 math students and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic, as well as summaries of Frequently Asked Questions (the Dr. Math FAQ).
Ask Mr. Calculus Mr. Calculus is available to give you hints on your calculus/mathematics questions.
Math Nerds MathNerds provides free, discovery-based, mathematical guidance via an international, volunteer network of mathematicians. MathNerds does not supply answers to homework, take home tests and the like; rather, we provide hints, suggestions, and references to help our clients understand and solve their mathematical problems.
Ask Dr. Internet Dr. Internet is a consortium of Internet veterans who volunteer effort and time to help others understand and use the Internet better. If you have suggestions or questions, or differing opinions, we should be happy to try to fit them into future issues of "Ask Dr. Internet."
Ask Dr. Science Home of America's foremost authoritarian on the world around us.
Ask Wendell Welcome to the web's first
online science center hosted by a worm. Ever since I crawled up out of my hole to host The Yuckiest Site on the Internet, humans have been asking me questions about science. I don't always know the answers myself but I do know where to get them. I ask scientists and spend a lot of time in the library. I guess that I just like being helpful (most of the time).
Ask Dr. Universe You can ask Dr. Universe almost anything! She'll go to Washington State University's great team of researchers for her information. She'll follow them out to the field, or into the laboratory or library, to find your answers.
Ask a High-Energy Astronomer This is NASA's Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics (LHEA) "Ask a High Energy Astronomer" web site. As the name suggests, we specialize in High Energy Astrophysics. This deals with the X-ray, Gamma-ray and Cosmic Ray universe; and covers topics such as black holes, quasars and dark matter.
USATODAY.com: Weather - Ask Jack Send a weather question to Jack or check out answers to the latest questions.
Ask the Experts at Scientific American.com Have a question? Send it in and let the experts at Scientific American.com answer it for you.
Ask Dr. SOHO So you still have questions about the Sun? about SOHO? We have established an e-mail account so you can ask the SOHO scientist teams any question about SOHO or the Sun and a SOHO scientist will respond to your inquiry !!!
USGS Ask-A-Geologist Do you have a question about volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains, rocks, maps, ground water, lakes, or rivers? You can email earth science questions.
Ask Lisa - TheAdmissionsOffice.com There are several on-line counseling services available for students and their parents to use in finding answers to questions about the college application process, financial aid, scholarship opportunities, and other issues relating to a successful college search.
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