Try these links for more information:
Glimpses of the Man
Want to learn more about Ben Franklin? If so, try this page. Make sure you look at the movie, it's great!
Bizarre Electrical Phenomena
Learn about ball lightning, Saint Elmo's Fire, and other weird phenomena.
Bizarre projects by category
This page includes many science experiments, such as the glowing pickle.
Beware of the crazy lightbulb graphic; however, if you are looking for safety tips, such as what to do with downed power lines, investigate this thorough site.
How Stuff Works
How does your refrigerator work? Learn all about it and much more on the site.
Lightning Detection From Space: A Lightning Primer
This site offers greaat discussion on thunder and lightning.
Power - Electricity; Distribution, Transformers, Wires, Telephone Poles, Images by Wernher Krutein and PHOTOVAULT
This page has 3,000 pictures of things that relate to the production of electricity, heat, or mechanical energy. Beware: this will take a very long time to load!
You can order supplies for science experiments from this link.
Science Made Simple: What is Static Electricty
Learn more about static electricity. Clear pictures help you understand the subject.
This page specializes in solar energy, a topic that becomes increasingly important as we use up our fossil fuels.
TVA: Electricity for All
Learn about the Tennesse Valley Authority, one of the most ambitious hydroelectric projects of the century.
Find out what sources of electricity Virginia uses, and even tour a coal plant!
Western Production Company: The Drilling Site.
Find out all about how the oil for electricity is drilled out of the ground.