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How good is your friend's driving? You be the seismometer, and find out whether your pal is a smooth sailor or a mover and shaker.
Create geometric art with soap films.
The 1906 earthquake jolted geologists into focusing on how and why faults break loose.
If you rotate a pair of polarizing sunglasses, you will find that they cut road glare much better in some positions than in others.
Music is more than meets the ears directly. Just as no sound exists in a vacuum, every space sculpts the sound within it.
Whirling water creates a tornado in a bottle!
This experiment shows how your doorbell works.
Sedge Thomson's unique radio show. Five archived shows that were conducted at the Exploratorium from May to December 1998.
Visit the Outdoor Exploratorium at Fort Mason website.
Use dominoes to model a nerve cell's transmission of a signal
Find out about bicycle brakes and balance, and calculate your stopping distance on a bicycle.
What do you really know about what you see?
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