Some obligatory links concerning the cult of Mad Scientists...
In the name of science..
Fun electrocuting pickles and making your own *green slime*
Strawberry Pop-tart Blow torches: We found this..
ahh... 'pyrotechnics site'.. courtesy of Dr. Slime. Useful if you have
problems waking up in the morning.
Science: at Science Hobbyist.
Somewhat in the name of science..
* Survival Research Labs: The Unexpected
Elaborately Engineered Artifacts. Hailed as *exquisitely
by MadSci interpulator, "Enigma Engines for a Better Universe."
The Annals of Improbable Research (HotAIR): The self-proclaimed
'MAD Magazine' of science, awards the yearly 'Ig Nobel Prizes.'
Darwin Awards: Why evolution is a good thing
Research: Experiments for after Easter.
In the name of MAD science..
International Society of Mad Scientists: Online newsgroups
and mailing lists.
Mad Scientist Page: Lots of links and info
and wackiness on the WWW.
The MadSci Library (MAD Libs) would be incomplete without a link
to MAD Libs.
In science and entertainment..
Nikola Tesla: Creator of the tesla coil and many
Frankenstein: Links to Mary Shelley's novel
and the hollywood movies.
DMOZ: science fiction, fantasy and horror: Links to
every aspect of the genre.
Red Dwarf, Dr.
Who, and of course, Star
Trek (flash required).
Horror Picture Show: The infamous Dr. Frankenfurter and company...
Some more worthwhile Sci and MadSci movies:
- 2001: Stanley Kubrik's masterpeice, based on the
novel by Arthur C. Clarke.
- Dr. Strangelove: Another excellent film by Kubrik.
Sellers plays mad scientist and two other roles.
- Brazil: Directed by Terry Gilliam of Monty Python Fame
- Bladerunner: Starring Harrison Ford.
- The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T: Screenplay by Dr. Seuss.
- Fantastic Planet: Animation of the blue fish people..
- Buckaroo Bonzai: Mad scientist played by John
alt.shenanigans: Occasional Mad
Scientist antics and tactics.
and his minions. Don't know about Kibo? Try his mask
on for size.. While you're at it, consider obtaining an EBEN as
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