During this competition, our team has worked hard to find information related to the subject of alternative energy sources and hydrogen fuel. In this section of the website, we have setup some links that may help you find more information and up to date data from other websites. We strongly encourage everyone to go to www.thinkquest.org and look at the library to find more information for students. Otherwise, we have some helpful links with descriptions that you may be interested in using for projects, research, or for some educational enjoyment:
. Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia: Wikipedia is a wiki website, meaning that you can aquire an account on the website and edit information and look for information in about 12 different languages. This website has millions of articles in multiple langauge that would help for any school project. To find information on some of the subjects discussed in this website, go to Peak Oil or Fuel Cells.
. Howstuffworks.com: Howstuffworks is an educational website that has been around since at least the year 2000. It provides information in 12 different subject areas and has external links to help you find information that you are looking for in other sites (provided by Google.com). This website has many Flash animations that will help you understand your area of studies better and it will make for an exciting visit.
. Edmunds.com: If you are looking for information regarding new cars and future cars to be released, Edmunds.com has it all. This may not be an educational website per say, but it provides information on the subject of automobiles with a realistic outlook on pricing for vehicles.
. Honda of America: Because of Honda's hydrogen fuel cell powered car, the FCX, Honda provides a good amount of information regarding hydrogen cars. This website also offers many links to other places where you can further discover what is in place with hydrogen cars today.
The Galvin Middle School Thinkquest Team 2005/2006