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There are a growing number of Wikipedia projects, some very active and others quite stagnant. I propose that we invigorate them by ensuring that they each contain a minimum amount of basic, useful information. This way, people will be encouraged to use these projects and help in their growth.

I therefore suggest that we make a list of about 1,000 basic articles that we advise having on every existing Wikipedia. These articles should be very basic, and incorporate the most essential information. In some cases, it will be only a table, while in other cases, it will be a stub. This will, however, provide some impetus for the smaller projects to grow.

In addition to simply listing the articles, this project hopes to eventually create easily translatable versions of these articles, possibly containing core information at . Until then, links to the largest Wikipedia, the English language version, are provided as a translatable resource.

Because this list has grown so large, it is currently in the process of being split into two levels of priority. Top-priority entries, which are especially necessary for any Wikipedia to have, are marked in bold; like the list itself, these selections should not be viewed as dictating how important certain topics are, but only as a utility for smaller Wikipedias to start from. (This feature, and the page in general, is currently being discussed on the Talk page. If you support this effort, please contribute to the list and participate in the discussion.)

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How to use this listEdit

There are several different ways to use this list. The first is to translate it into the language of your Wikipedia and see whether you have articles on all of these topics. The topics will eventually all be linked to articles in the Simple English Wikipedia. If you are missing an article, or if you are starting out with a new language, you may want to translate these basic articles. You can also check the language links in the Simple English articles for more comprehensive coverage of the topics in many other languages.

BiographyEdit

This section is for people. Have at least one paragraph on 200 key historical figures.

Actors, dancers and modelsEdit

  1. Brando, Marlon ܡܪܠܘܢ ܒܪܐܢܕܢ
  2. Chaplin, Charlie ܬܫܐܪܠܝ ܬܫܦܠܢ
  3. Dietrich, Marlene ܡܪܠܝܢ ܕܝܬܪܫ
  4. Monroe, Marilyn ܡܪܠܝܢ ܡܘܢܪܘ
  5. Camargo, Hebe ܗܝܒܝ ܩܡܐܪܓܘ

Artists and architectsEdit

  1. Corbusier, Le ܠܗ ܩܝܪܒܝܕܘܪ
  2. Dalí, Salvador ܣܠܒܕܘܪ ܕܐܠܝ
  3. Dürer, Albrecht ܐܠܒܪܟܬ ܕܘܪܪ
  4. Gogh, Vincent van ܒܝܢܣܢܛ ܒܐܢ ܟܘܟ
  5. Goya, Francisco ܦܪܢܣܝܣܩܘ ܕܗ ܓܘܝܐ
  6. Kahlo, Frida ܦܪܝܕܐ ܩܐܠܘ
  7. Leonardo da Vinci ܠܝܘܢܪܕܘ ܕܗ ܒܢܬܫܝ
  8. Matisse, Henri ܗܢܪܝ ܡܐܬܝܣ
  9. Michelangelo ܡܝܟܠܐܢܓܠܘ
  10. Picasso, Pablo ܦܒܠܘ ܦܝܩܐܣܘ
  11. Pollock, Jackson ܓܩܣܘܢ ܦܘܠܘܩ
  12. Rembrandt ܪܡܒܪܢܛ
  13. Velázquez, Diego ܕܝܝܓܘ ܒܠܣܩܣ
  14. Warhol, Andy ܐܢܕܝ ܘܘܪܗܘܠ
  15. Wright, Frank Lloyd ܦܪܢܩ ܠܘܝܕ ܪܝܝܬ

Authors, playwrights and poetsEdit

  1. Abu Nuwas
  2. Arnaut, Daniel
  3. Bashō
  4. Camões, Luís de
  5. Cervantes, Miguel de
  6. Chaucer, Geoffrey
  7. Chekhov, Anton
  8. Dante Alighieri
  9. Darío, Rubén
  10. Dickens, Charles
  11. Dostoevsky, Fyodor
  12. Ferdowsi
  13. Fuzûlî
  14. Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
  15. Homer
  16. Horace
  17. Hugo, Victor
  18. Ibsen, Henrik
  19. Kafka, Franz
  20. Kālidāsa
  21. Khayyam, Omar
  22. Li Bai
  23. Mahfouz, Naguib
  24. Molière
  25. Ovid
  26. Poe, Edgar Allan
  27. Premchand, Munshi
  28. Proust, Marcel
  29. Rimbaud, Arthur
  30. Rustaveli, Shota
  31. Sappho
  32. Shakespeare, William
  33. Sophocles
  34. Sturluson, Snorri
  35. Tolkien, J. R. R.
  36. Tolstoy, Leo
  37. Twain, Mark
  38. Virgil
  39. Wilde, Oscar
  40. Wu Cheng'en

Composers and musiciansEdit

  1. Bach, Johann Sebastian
  2. Beatles, The
  3. Beethoven, Ludwig van
  4. Brahms, Johannes
  5. Chopin, Frédéric
  6. Dvořák Antonín
  7. Jackson, Michael ܡܐܝܟܠ ܓܩܣܘܢ
  8. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
  9. Pink Floyd
  10. Presley, Elvis
  11. Sibelius, Jean
  12. Stravinsky, Igor
  13. Verdi, Giuseppe
  14. Vivaldi, Antonio
  15. Wagner, Richard

ExplorersEdit

  1. Amundsen, Roald
  2. Armstrong, Neil
  3. Cartier, Jacques
  4. Columbus, Christopher
  5. Cook, James
  6. Cortés Hernán
  7. Gama, Vasco da
  8. Magellan, Ferdinand
  9. Polo, Marco
  10. Zheng He

Film directors and screenwritersEdit

  1. Bergman, Ingmar
  2. Disney, Walt
  3. Hitchcock, Alfred
  4. Kubrick, Stanley
  5. Kurosawa, Akira
  6. Lucas, George
  7. Spielberg, Steven

Inventors, scientists and mathematiciansEdit

  1. Archimedes
  2. Bell, Alexander Graham
  3. Berners-Lee, Tim
  4. Brahe, Tycho
  5. Copernicus, Nicolaus
  6. Curie, Marie
  7. Darwin, Charles
  8. Edison, Thomas
  9. Einstein, Albert
  10. Euclid
  11. Faraday, Michael
  12. Fermi, Enrico
  13. Ford, Henry
  14. Fourier, Joseph
  15. Galileo Galilei
  16. Gauss, Carl Friedrich
  17. Gutenberg, Johann
  18. Kepler, Johannes
  19. Keynes, John Maynard
  20. Khwarizmi, Muhammad ibn Musa al-
  21. Leibniz, Gottfried
  22. Linnaeus, Carolus
  23. Maxwell, James Clerk
  24. Mendeleev, Dmitri
  25. ܐܝܣܚܩ ܢܝܘܛܢ
  26. Pascal, Blaise
  27. Pasteur, Louis
  28. Planck, Max
  29. Rutherford, Ernest
  30. Schrödinger, Erwin
  31. Stallman, Richard
  32. Tesla, Nikola
  33. Turing, Alan
  34. Watt, James
  35. Wright brothers

Social scientists (philosophers, economists, historians and thinkers)Edit

  1. Aquinas, Thomas
  2. Aristotle
  3. Augustine of Hippo
  4. Avicenna
  5. Beauvoir, Simone de
  6. Chomsky, Noam
  7. Descartes, René
  8. Durkheim, Émile
  9. Francis of Assisi, Saint
  10. ܙܝܓܡܘܢܕ ܦܪܘܝܕ
  11. Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  12. Herodotus
  13. Hippocrates
  14. Kant, Immanuel
  15. Locke, John
  16. Luther, Martin
  17. Luxemburg, Rosa
  18. Machiavelli, Niccolò
  19. Marx, Karl
  20. Nietzsche, Friedrich
  21. Paul of Tarsus
  22. Plato
  23. Pythagoras
  24. Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
  25. Smith, Adam
  26. Socrates
  27. Sun Tzu
  28. Voltaire
  29. Weber, Max
  30. Wittgenstein, Ludwig

Politicans, leaders and aristocratsEdit

  1. Akbar
  2. Alexander the Great
  3. Atatürk, Kemal
  4. Augustus
  5. Bismarck, Otto von
  6. Bolívar, Simón
  7. Bonaparte, Napoleon
  8. Bush, George W.
  9. Caesar, Julius
  10. Charlemagne
  11. Churchill, Winston
  12. Cixi, Empress Dowager
  13. Cleopatra
  14. De Gaulle, Charles
  15. Gandhi, Indira
  16. Constantine the Great
  17. Elizabeth I of England
  18. Genghis Khan
  19. Hirohito
  20. ܐܕܘܠܦ ܗܝܛܠܪ
  21. Lenin, V. I.
  22. Mandela, Nelson
  23. Mao Zedong
  24. Mussolini, Benito
  25. Nkrumah, Kwame
  26. Peter I of Russia
  27. Qin Shi Huang
  28. Saladin
  29. Stalin, Joseph
  30. Thatcher, Margaret
  31. Truman, Harry S.
  32. Victoria of the United Kingdom
  33. Washington, George

Revolutionaries and activistsEdit

  1. Bin Laden, Osama
  2. Gandhi, Mahatma
  3. Goldman, Emma
  4. Joan of Arc
  5. Keller, Helen
  6. King, Martin Luther, Jr.
  7. Nightingale, Florence
  8. Parks, Rosa
  9. Teresa, Mother

HistoryEdit

This section is for events and periods in human history and prehistory. At least five sentences on:

  1. History

Prehistory and ancient worldEdit

  1. Prehistory
  2. Stone Age
  3. Bronze Age
  4. Iron Age
  5. Mesopotamia
  6. Ancient Egypt
  7. Ancient Greece

Middle Ages and Early ModernEdit

  1. Age of Enlightenment
  2. Aztec
  3. Byzantine Empire
  4. Crusades
  5. Holy Roman Empire
  6. Hundred Years War
  7. Middle Ages
  8. Ming Dynasty
  9. Ottoman Empire
  10. Protestant Reformation
  11. Renaissance
  12. Thirty Years War
  13. Vikings

ModernEdit

  1. American Civil War
  2. Apartheid
  3. British Empire
  4. Cold War
  5. French Revolution
  6. Great Depression
  7. Gulf War
  8. The Holocaust
  9. Industrial Revolution
  10. Korean War
  11. Nazi Germany
  12. Russian Revolution of 1917
  13. Qing Dynasty
  14. Spanish Civil War
  15. Treaty of Versailles
  16. Vietnam War
  17. World War I
  18. World War II

GeographyEdit

This section is for geographical concepts and for specific places.

  1. ܓܐܘܓܪܦܝܐ
  2. ܐܪܫܟܝܬܐ
  3. ܡܕܝܢܬܐ
  4. ܝܒܫܬܐ
  5. ܐܬܪܐ
  6. ܡܕܒܪܐ
  7. Earth science
  8. Map
  9. North Pole
  10. ܐܘܩܝܢܘܣ
  11. Rainforest
  12. ܢܗܪܐ
  13. ܝܡܐ
  14. South Pole

Continents and major regionsEdit

At least three sentences on each.

  1. ܐܦܪܝܩܐ
  2. ܐܢܛܐܪܩܛܝܩܐ
  3. ܐܣܝܐ
  4. ܐܘܪܘܦܐ
  5. Latin America
  6. Middle East
  7. ܐܡܪܝܩܐ ܓܪܒܝܝܬܐ
  8. Oceania
  9. ܐܡܪܝܩܐ ܬܝܡܢܝܬܐ

CountriesEdit

Eventually, there should be articles on most or all of the 243 countries listed at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries. However, for the smaller Wikipedias, some of the more high-priority countries to have articles on are:

  1. Afghanistan
  2. ܓܙܐܝܪ
  3. Argentina
  4. ܐܘܣܛܪܠܝܐ
  5. ܢܡܣܐ
  6. Bangladesh
  7. ܒܪܐܙܝܠ
  8. ܩܢܕܐ
  9. China
    1. People's Republic of China
  10. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  11. ܡܨܪܝܢ
  12. ܟܘܫ
  13. ܦܪܢܣܐ
  14. ܓܪܡܢ
  15. ܝܘܢ
  16. ܗܢܕܘ
  17. Indonesia
  18. ܐܝܪܐܢ
  19. ܥܝܪܐܩ
  20. Republic of Ireland
  21. ܐܝܣܪܐܝܠ
  22. ܐܝܛܠܝܐ
  23. ܝܦܢ
  24. ܡܟܣܝܩܘ
  25. Pakistan
  26. ܦܘܠܢܕ
  27. ܪܘܣܝܐ
  28. ܣܥܘܕܝܐ
  29. Singapore
  30. South Africa
  31. South Korea
  32. ܐܣܦܢܝܐ
  33. ܣܘܕܐܢ
  34. Thailand
  35. ܛܘܪܩܝܐ
  36. ܐܘܩܪܐܝܢܐ
  37. ܡܠܟܘܬܐ ܡܚܝܕܬܐ
  38. ܐܘܚܕܢܐ ܡܚܝܕܐ
  39. Vietnam

CitiesEdit

  1. Amsterdam
  2. Athens
  3. ܒܓܕܐܕ
  4. Bangkok
  5. Beijing
  6. Beirut
  7. ܒܪܠܝܢ
  8. Brussels
  9. Buenos Aires
  10. Cairo
  11. Cape Town
  12. Damascus
  13. Dublin
  14. Florence
  15. Hong Kong
  16. Istanbul
  17. Jakarta
  18. ܐܘܪܫܠܡ
  19. Karachi
  20. Kyoto
  21. ܠܘܢܕܘܢ
  22. Mecca
  23. Mexico City
  24. Moscow
  25. Mumbai
  26. Nairobi
  27. New Delhi
  28. ܢܝܘ ܝܘܪܩ
  29. ܦܐܪܝܣ
  30. Rio de Janeiro
  31. ܪܗܘܡܐ
  32. Seoul
  33. Shanghai
  34. Singapore
  35. Sydney
  36. Tehran
  37. ܛܘܩܝܘ
  38. Venice
  39. Vienna
  40. Washington, D.C.

Bodies of waterEdit

  1. Amazon River
  2. Aral Sea
  3. Arctic Ocean
  4. Atlantic Ocean
  5. Baltic Sea
  6. Black Sea
  7. Caribbean Sea
  8. Caspian Sea
  9. Congo River
  10. Danube
  11. Dead Sea
  12. ܦܪܬ
  13. Ganges River
  14. Great Barrier Reef
  15. Great Lakes
  16. Indian Ocean
  17. Indus River
  18. Lake Baikal
  19. Lake Tanganyika
  20. Lake Titicaca
  21. Lake Victoria
  22. Mediterranean Sea
  23. Mississippi River
  24. Niagara Falls
  25. Niger River
  26. ܢܝܠܘܣ
  27. North Sea
  28. Pacific Ocean
  29. Panama Canal
  30. Rhine
  31. Suez Canal
  32. Southern Ocean
  33. ܕܩܠܬ
  34. Volga River
  35. Yangtze River

Mountains, valleys and desertsEdit

  1. Alps
  2. Andes
  3. Himalaya
  4. Mount Kilimanjaro
  5. Mount Everest
  6. Rocky Mountains
  7. Sahara

SocietyEdit

  1. ܟܢܫܐ
  2. Civilization
  3. Education

Family and relationshipsEdit

  1. Family
  2. Child
  3. Man
  4. ܙܘܘܓܐ
  5. Woman

Thought, behavior and emotionEdit

  1. Love

PoliticsEdit

  1. Politics
  2. Anarchism
  3. Communism
  4. Democracy
  5. Dictatorship
  6. Diplomacy
  7. Fascism
  8. Globalization
  9. Government
  10. Imperialism
  11. Liberalism
  12. Marxism
  13. Monarchy
  14. Nationalism
  15. Republic
  16. Socialism
  17. State
  18. Political party

Business and economicsEdit

  1. Economics
    1. Macroeconomics
    2. Microeconomics
  2. Agriculture
  3. Capital
  4. Capitalism
  5. Currency
    1. Euro
    2. Japanese yen
    3. Pound sterling
    4. United States dollar
  6. Industry
  7. Money

LawEdit

  1. ܩܢܘܢܐ
  2. Constitution

International organizationsEdit

  1. African Union
  2. Arab League
  3. Association of Southeast Asian Nations
  4. Commonwealth of Independent States
  5. Commonwealth of Nations
  6. European Union
  7. International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
  8. NATO
  9. Nobel Prize
  10. Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
  11. United Nations
    1. International Atomic Energy Agency
    2. International Court of Justice
    3. International Monetary Fund
    4. UNESCO
    5. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    6. World Health Organization
  12. World Bank Group
  13. World Trade Organization

War and militaryEdit

  1. Peace
  2. War

Social issuesEdit

  1. Abortion
  2. Capital punishment
  3. Human rights
  4. Racism
  5. Slavery

CultureEdit

At least three sentences on:

  1. Culture
  2. Art
    1. Comics
    2. Painting
    3. Photography
    4. Sculpture
      1. Pottery
  3. Dance
  4. Fashion
  5. Theatre

Language and literatureEdit

  1. ܠܫܢܐ (ܡܡܠܠܐ)
  2. ܐܠܦܒܝܬ
    1. Chinese character
    2. Cyrillic alphabet
    3. Greek alphabet
    4. Latin alphabet
    5. Letter
  3. Grammar
    1. Noun
    2. Syntax
    3. Verb
  4. Linguistics
  5. Literacy
  6. Literature
    1. en:Prose
    2. en:Fiction
    3. Novel
      1. The Book of One Thousand and One Nights
    4. Poetry
      1. Epic of Gilgamesh
      2. Iliad
      3. Mahabharata
      4. Ramayana
  7. Pronunciation
  8. Specific languages
    1. Arabic
    2. Bengali
    3. Chinese
    4. English
    5. Esperanto
    6. French
    7. German
    8. Greek
    9. Hebrew
    10. Hindi
    11. Interlingua
    12. Italian
    13. Japanese
    14. Latin
    15. Persian
    16. Russian
    17. Sanskrit
    18. Spanish
    19. Tamil
    20. Turkish
  9. Word
  10. Writing

Architecture and civil engineeringEdit

  1. Architecture
  2. Arch
  3. Bridge
  4. Canal
  5. Dam
  6. Dome
  7. ܒܝܬܐ
  8. Specific structures
    1. Aswan Dam
    2. Colosseum
    3. Great Wall of China
    4. Eiffel Tower
    5. Empire State Building
    6. Hagia Sophia
    7. Parthenon
    8. Pyramids of Giza
    9. St. Peter's Basilica
    10. Taj Mahal
  9. Pyramid
  10. Tower

Film, radio and televisionEdit

  1. Film
    1. Animation
  2. Radio
  3. Television

MusicEdit

  1. Music
  2. Song
  3. Specific music genres
    1. Blues
    2. Classical music
      1. Opera
      2. Symphony
    3. Electronic music
    4. Folk music
    5. Jazz
    6. Pop music
    7. Reggae
    8. Rhythm and blues
    9. Rock and roll
    10. Hard rock
  4. Specific musical instruments
    1. Drum
    2. Flute
    3. Guitar
    4. Piano
    5. Trumpet
    6. Violin

RecreationEdit

  1. Game
    1. Backgammon
    2. Chess
    3. Go (board game)
    4. Mancala
    5. Playing card
  2. Gambling
  3. Martial arts
  4. Olympic Games
  5. Sport
    1. American football
    2. Auto racing
    3. Badminton
    4. Baseball
    5. Basketball
    6. Cricket
    7. Fencing
    8. Football (soccer)
    9. Golf
    10. Horse racing
    11. Ice hockey
    12. Tennis
    13. Wrestling
    14. Athletics
  6. Toy

World view and religionEdit

  1. Deity
  2. God
  3. Mythology
  4. Worldview philosophies
    1. Atheism
    2. Fundamentalism
    3. Materialism
    4. Monotheism
    5. Polytheism
  5. Soul
  6. ܬܘܕܝܬܐ
  7. Specific religions
    1. Bahá'í Faith
    2. Buddhism
    3. ܡܫܝܚܝܘܬܐ
    4. Confucianism
    5. Hinduism
    6. ܐܣܠܐܡ
    7. Jainism
    8. ܝܗܘܕܝܘܬܐ
    9. Shinto
    10. Sikhism
    11. Taoism
    12. Voodoo
    13. Zoroastrianism
  8. Spirituality

PhilosophyEdit

  1. Philosophy
  2. Beauty
  3. Dialectic
  4. Ethics
  5. Epistemology
  6. Feminism
  7. Free will
  8. Knowledge
  9. Logic
  10. Mind
  11. Morality
  12. Reality
  13. Truth

ScienceEdit

At least a five-sentence introduction to the major fields.

  1. Science

AstronomyEdit

  1. Astronomy
  2. Asteroid
  3. Big Bang
  4. Black hole
  5. Comet
  6. Galaxy
    1. Milky Way
  7. Light year
  8. ܣܗܪܐ
  9. ܦܠܝܛܐ
    1. ܐܪܥܐ
    2. Jupiter
    3. Mars
    4. Mercury
    5. Neptune
    6. Saturn
    7. Uranus
    8. Venus
  10. Solar system
  11. ܟܘܟܒܐ
    1. ܫܡܫܐ
  12. Universe

BiologyEdit

  1. Biology
  2. Biological materials
    1. DNA
    2. Enzyme
    3. Protein
  3. Botany
  4. Death
    1. Suicide
  5. Ecology
    1. Endangered species
  6. Domestication
  7. Life
  8. Scientific classification
    1. Species

Biological processesEdit

  1. Metabolism
    1. Digestion
    2. Photosynthesis
    3. Respiration (physiology)
  2. Evolution
  3. Biological reproduction
    1. Asexual reproduction
    2. Sexual reproduction
      1. Heterosexuality
      2. Homosexuality
      3. Pregnancy
      4. Sex
        1. Female
        2. Male
      5. Sexual intercourse

AnatomyEdit

  1. ܝܘܠܦܢ ܨܪܘܝܘܬܐ
  2. Cell
  3. Circulatory system
    1. ܕܡܐ
    2. Heart
  4. Endocrine system
  5. Gastrointestinal tract
    1. Large intestine
    2. Small intestine
    3. Liver
  6. Integumentary system
    1. Breast
    2. Skin
  7. Nervous system
    1. Brain
    2. Sensory system
      1. Auditory system
        1. Ear
      2. Gustatory system
      3. Olfactory system
      4. Somatosensory system
      5. Visual system
        1. Eye
  8. Reproductive system
    1. Penis
    2. Vagina
  9. Respiratory system
    1. Lung
  10. Skeleton

Health and medicineEdit

  1. ܐܣܝܘܬܐ
  2. Addiction
    1. Alcoholism
    2. Drug addiction
  3. Alzheimer's disease
  4. ܬܠܗܝܐ
  5. Cholera
  6. Common cold
  7. Dentistry
  8. Disability
    1. Blindness
    2. Hearing impairment
    3. Mental illness
  9. Disease
  10. Drugs
    1. Aspirin
    2. Cannabis
    3. Cocaine
    4. Ethanol
    5. Nicotine
      1. Tobacco
    6. Opium
  11. Health
  12. Heart attack
  13. Heart disease
  14. Malaria
  15. Malnutrition
  16. Obesity
  17. Pandemic
  18. Penicillin
  19. Pneumonia
  20. Poliomyelitis
  21. Sexually transmitted disease
    1. AIDS
  22. Stroke
  23. Tuberculosis
  24. Virus
    1. Influenza
    2. Smallpox

OrganismsEdit

  1. Organism
  2. Animal
    1. Arthropod
      1. ܪܚܫܐ
        1. Ant
        2. Bee
        3. Butterfly
      2. Arachnid
    2. Chordate
      1. Amphibian
        1. Frog
      2. ܛܝܪܐ
        1. Dove
      3. Fish
        1. Shark
      4. Mammal
        1. Ape
          1. Human
        2. Camel
        3. Cat
        4. Cattle
        5. Dog
        6. Dolphin
        7. Elephant
        8. Horse
        9. Sheep
        10. Lion
        11. Pig
        12. Whale
      5. Reptile
        1. Dinosaur
        2. Snake
  3. Archaea
  4. Bacteria
  5. Fungus
  6. Plant
    1. Flower
    2. Tree
  7. Protist

ChemistryEdit

  1. ܟܝܡܝܐ
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Chemical compound
    1. Acid
    2. Base (chemistry)
    3. Salt
  4. Chemical element
    1. List of elements
    2. Periodic table
    3. Aluminium
    4. Carbon
    5. Copper
    6. Gold
    7. Helium
    8. Hydrogen
    9. Iron
    10. Neon
    11. Nitrogen
    12. Oxygen
    13. Silver
    14. Tin
    15. Zinc
  5. Metal
    1. Alloy
      1. Steel
  6. Organic chemistry
    1. Alcohol
    2. Carbohydrate
    3. Hormone
    4. Lipid
  7. Phase (matter)
    1. Gas
    2. Liquid
    3. Plasma
    4. Solid

Weather, climate and geologyEdit

  1. Avalanche
  2. Climate
    1. ENSO
    2. Global warming
  3. Earthquake
  4. Geology
    1. Mineral
      1. Diamond
    2. Plate tectonics
    3. ܐܒܢܐ
  5. Natural disaster
  6. Volcano
  7. Weather
    1. Cloud
    2. Flood
      1. Tsunami
    3. Rain
      1. Acid rain
      2. Snow
    4. Tornado
    5. Tropical cyclone

PhysicsEdit

  1. Physics
  2. Acceleration
  3. Atom
  4. Energy
    1. Electromagnetic radiation
      1. Infrared
      2. Visual spectrum
        1. ܓܘܢܐ
      3. Ultraviolet
      4. Gamma ray
  5. Force
    1. Electromagnetism
    2. Gravitation
    3. Nuclear force
  6. Light
  7. Mass
  8. Molecule
  9. Quantum mechanics
  10. Sound
  11. Speed
  12. Theory of relativity
  13. Time
  14. Velocity
  15. Weight

TimekeepingEdit

  1. ܣܘܪܓܕܐ
    1. Gregorian calendar
  2. ܝܘܡܐ
  3. ܝܪܚܐ
  4. Time zone
    1. Daylight saving time
  5. ܫܒܘܥܐ
  6. ܫܢܬܐ (ܙܒܢܐ)

TechnologyEdit

  1. Technology
  2. Biotechnology
  3. Clothing
    1. Cotton
  4. Engineering
    1. Lever
    2. Pulley
    3. Screw
    4. Wedge
    5. Wheel
  5. Irrigation
    1. Plough
  6. Metallurgy
  7. Nanotechnology

CommunicationEdit

  1. Communication
  2. Information
  3. Journalism
    1. Newspaper
    2. Mass media
  4. Printing
  5. Railroad
  6. Telephone
    1. Mobile telephone

ElectronicsEdit

  1. Electronics
    1. Current (electricity)
    2. Frequency
  2. Components
    1. Capacitor
    2. Inductor
    3. Transistor
    4. Diode
    5. Resistor
    6. Transformer

Computers and InternetEdit

  1. Computer
    1. Hard disk
    2. Processor
    3. RAM
  2. Artificial Intelligence
  3. Information technology
    1. Algorithm
  4. Internet
    1. E-mail
    2. World Wide Web
      1. Web browser
  5. Operating system
  6. Programming language
  7. Software
  8. User interface
    1. Keyboard
    2. Monitor
    3. Mouse (computing)

Raw materials and energyEdit

  1. Electricity
    1. Nuclear power
  2. Fossil fuel
  3. Fire
  4. Internal combustion engine
  5. Renewable energy
  6. Glass
  7. Paper
  8. Plastic
  9. Steam engine
  10. Wood

TransportationEdit

  1. Transport
  2. Aircraft
  3. Automobile
  4. Bicycle
  5. Boat
  6. Ship
  7. Train

WeaponsEdit

  1. ܙܝܢܐ
  2. Axe
  3. Explosive material
    1. Gunpowder
  4. Firearm
  5. Machine gun
  6. Nuclear weapon
  7. Sword
  8. Tank

FoodstuffsEdit

  1. Food
  2. Bread
  3. Cereal
    1. Barley
    2. Maize
    3. Oat
    4. Rice
    5. Rye
    6. Sorghum
    7. Wheat
  4. Cheese
  5. Chocolate
  6. Honey
  7. Fruit
    1. Apple
    2. Banana
    3. Grape
    4. Legume
      1. Soybean
    5. Lemon
    6. Nut (fruit)
  8. Meat
  9. Sugar
  10. Vegetable
    1. Potato

BeveragesEdit

    1. Beer
    2. Wine
  1. Cola
  2. Coffee
  3. Milk
  4. Tea
  5. Water

MathematicsEdit

  1. Mathematics
  2. Algebra
  3. Arithmetic
  4. Axiom
  5. Calculus
  6. Geometry
    1. Circle
      1. Pi
    2. Square
    3. Triangle
  7. Group theory
  8. Mathematical proof
  9. Number
    1. Complex number
    2. Integer
    3. Natural number
    4. Prime number
    5. Rational number
  10. Infinity
  11. Set theory
  12. Statistics
  13. Trigonometry

Measurement and unitsEdit

  1. Measurement
  2. SI
  3. Kilogram
  4. Litre
  5. Metre
  6. Newton
  7. Volt
  8. Watt
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