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Allexperts.com--Ask any question!
Allexperts.com is a free question and answer service. Pick an interesting category and click on a volunteer's name to ask a question! Thousands of volunteer experts are here to answer all your questions! (Of all the sites I've seen, this is by far the broadest in scope and check out the 'Links to other fine sites' at the bottom while yur at it.)
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Ask Jeeves
(Simply Put: Ask Jeeves makes it simple to find answers on the Internet.)

Ask a High-Energy Astronomer
If you've been here before, you may remember us as "Ask a NASA Scientist". Under that heading, we received such a high volume of traffic that we couldn't keep up. We're now limiting this service to our specialty, high-energy astronomy. So, if you have a question on high-energy astronomy, you've come to the right place!

Ask Dr. Science!
Dr. Science is heard daily on radio stations throughout America and the world. And he can be seen and heard in 3D over at the DotComix web site. You can join thousands of other science fans and have his Daily Question sent to you by email, or pick up a few points on your IQ by shopping at the Doctor Science S-Mart. How does Dr. Science know the secrets of the universe? He has a Masters Degree ... in Science!

Ask Dr. Universe - Contents
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.
(Great kids site with additional links.)

Ask The Author/Internet Public Library
Thanks to all of you who sent questions and comments to our most recent authors, Karen Cushman and Patricia Polacco. They have finished answering your questions and you can now read their answers.

Ask the experts at Scientific American
Here, on the World Wide Web, we are creating a new publication that pushes Scientific American into the frontiers of publishing in an electronic medium. Just as Scientific American has tracked key changes in technology for the past 150 years, we are now participating in the radical transformation driven by computer technology. (Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computers, Environment, Geology, Mathematics, Medicine & Physics.)

CIESE-- Educational Links -- Ask-An-Expert
Suitable for all grades the Ask an Expert Page provides links to experts in a number of different categories. One of the greatest values of the World Wide Web is the people that are part of the Internet community. This site offers a quick one-step process for finding experts in any field.

Captive.com Ask The Expert
Pick a category...and you will be guided to a form that is monitored by an expert who will respond to your inquiry. Fill out the form appropriately and ask the expert your questions. Ask as many questions as you like of as many experts as you like.

Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math
Students submit questions to Dr. Math by filling out our Web form. Answers are sent back by e-mail, and we then gather these questions and answers into a searchable archive organized by grade level (elementary, middle school, high school) and topic (exponents, infinity, polynomials, etc.).

Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math - Middle School Level.
Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for K-12 math students and their teachers. Students submit questions to Dr. Math by filling out our Web form. Answers are sent back by e-mail, and we then gather the best questions and answers into a searchable archive organized by grade level (elementary, middle school, high school) and topic (exponents, infinity, polynomials, etc.). We recommend using the Dr. Math searcher to find what you want (try keywords like fibonacci, fractal, or proof), and investigating the Dr. Math FAQ (topics include prime numbers, pi, the golden ratio, Pascal's triangle).

U.S. Geological Survey Ask-a-geologist (Earth Science)
Do you have a question about volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains, rocks, maps, ground water, lakes, or rivers?

Welcome to Pitsco's Ask an Expert!
The kid-friendly expert site! Hundreds of experts in science, technology, career, and other categories answer your questions for free! Appropriate for family and classroom use.



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