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Learn to count like the Maya by studying one of their ancient stone documents.
How do scientists establish the age of artifacts, rocks, and settlements?
The three most densely populated cities on the planet where seismologists expect major earthquakes are San Francisco, Tokyo, and Istanbul. Find out why the effects in each city will be very different.
Investigate actual images of the Martian surface taken by the rovers Spirit and Opportunity.
This stuff can't make up its mind -- is it a liquid or a solid?
Ever notice how noisy people are?
Sit down for compost tea with a visionary cultivator.
Your brain is always looking for blank spaces and filling them in. Sometimes, your brain leaps to the wrong conclusion. Then you get a surprise!
In 2009, the ECHO (Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations) Partners hosted a national symposium held at the Exploratorium to discuss the effects of climate change on the planet. You can watch archived webcasts of the symposium.
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