Wikipedia:Vital articles

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This is a list of basic subjects for which Wikipedia should have a corresponding high-quality article, and ideally a featured article. It also serves as a centralized watchlist and tracks the status of some of Wikipedia's most essential articles.

Ideally this page should list approximately 1,000 of the most vital Wikipedia articles.

Section Current Number Target Number
People 1 115
History 0 60
Geography 14 94
Arts 0 56
Philosophy and religion 0 77
Everyday life 0 78
Society and social sciences 1 88
Health and medicine 0 48
Science 0 177
Technology 0 122
Mathematics 0 59
Measurement 0 26
Total 16 1000

Count checked: 10:03, 28 October 2008 (UTC)

See also m:List of articles every Wikipedia should have and Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Core topics

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People (People) (115 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

Artists (Artists)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Leonardo da Vinci (Leonardo da Vinci)
  2. Michelangelo (Michelangelo)
  3. Rembrandt (Rembrandt)
  4. Diego Velázquez (Diego Velázquez)
  5. Hokusai (Hokusai)
  6. Claude Monet (Claude Monet)
  7. Vincent van Gogh (Vincent van Gogh)
  8. Pablo Picasso (Pablo Picasso)
  9. Salvador Dalí (Salvador Dalí)

Authors (Authors)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Homer (Homer)
  2. Sophocles (Sophocles)
  3. Virgil (Virgil)
  4. Li Bai (Li Bai)
  5. Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Balkhi-Rumi (Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Balkhi-Rumi)
  6. Dante Alighieri (Dante Alighieri)
  7. William Shakespeare (William Shakespeare)
  8. Miguel de Cervantes (Miguel de Cervantes)
  9. Molière (Molière)
  10. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
  11. Edgar Allan Poe (Edgar Allan Poe)
  12. Fyodor Dostoevsky (Fyodor Dostoevsky)
  13. Leo Tolstoy (Leo Tolstoy)
  14. James Joyce (James Joyce)
  15. Franz Kafka (Franz Kafka)
  16. Pablo Neruda (Pablo Neruda)

Composers and musicians (Composers and musicians)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Johann Sebastian Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  3. Ludwig van Beethoven (Ludwig van Beethoven)
  4. Frédéric Chopin (Frédéric Chopin)
  5. Richard Wagner (Richard Wagner)
  6. Arnold Schoenberg (Arnold Schoenberg)
  7. Igor Stravinsky (Igor Stravinsky)
  8. Elvis Presley (Elvis Presley)
  9. The Beatles (The Beatles)

Explorers (Explorers)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Roald Amundsen (Roald Amundsen)
  2. Jacques Cartier (Jacques Cartier)
  3. Christopher Columbus (Christopher Columbus)
  4. James Cook (James Cook)
  5. Ferdinand Magellan (Ferdinand Magellan)
  6. Marco Polo (Marco Polo)
  7. Ibn Battuta (Ibn Battuta)
  8. Zheng He (Zheng He)

Inventors and scientists (Inventors and scientists)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Nicolaus Copernicus (Nicolaus Copernicus)
  2. Charles Darwin (Charles Darwin)
  3. Thomas Edison (Thomas Edison)
  4. Albert Einstein (Albert Einstein)
  5. Galileo Galilei (Galileo Galilei)
  6. Geber (Geber)
  7. Carl Linnaeus (Carl Linnaeus)
  8. Isaac Newton (Isaac Newton)
  9. Nikola Tesla (Nikola Tesla)
  10. Sigmund Freud (Sigmund Freud)
  11. Niels Bohr (Niels Bohr)
  12. Marie Curie (Marie Curie)
  13. Dmitri Mendeleev (Dmitri Mendeleev)

Mathematicians (Mathematicians)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Archimedes (Archimedes)
  2. Euclid (Euclid)
  3. Leonhard Euler (Leonhard Euler)
  4. Carl Friedrich Gauss (Carl Friedrich Gauss)
  5. Kurt Gödel (Kurt Gödel)
  6. David Hilbert (David Hilbert)
  7. Gottfried Leibniz (Gottfried Leibniz)
  8. Blaise Pascal (Blaise Pascal)
  9. Henri Poincaré (Henri Poincaré)
  10. Pythagoras (Pythagoras)
  11. Alan Turing (Alan Turing)
  12. Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi (Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi)

Philosophers and social scientists (Philosophers and social scientists)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Confucius (Confucius)
  2. Socrates (Socrates)
  3. Plato (Plato)
  4. Aristotle (Aristotle)
  5. Nagarjuna (Nagarjuna)
  6. Avicenna (Avicenna)
  7. Thomas Aquinas (Thomas Aquinas)
  8. Ibn Khaldun (Ibn Khaldun)
  9. René Descartes (René Descartes)
  10. John Locke (John Locke)
  11. Immanuel Kant (Immanuel Kant)
  12. Karl Marx (Karl Marx)
  13. Friedrich Nietzsche (Friedrich Nietzsche)
  14. Max Weber (Max Weber)

Religious figures (Religious figures)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Abraham (Abraham)
  2. Gautama Buddha (Gautama Buddha)
  3. Guru Nanak Dev (Guru Nanak Dev)
  4. Jesus (Jesus)
  5. Laozi (Laozi)
  6. Moses (Moses)
  7. Muhammad (Muhammad)
  8. Paul the Apostle (Paul the Apostle)
  9. Zoroaster (Zoroaster)

Politicians and leaders (Politicians and leaders)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Hammurabi (Hammurabi)
  2. Cyrus the Great (Cyrus the Great)
  3. Alexander the Great (Alexander the Great)
  4. Qin Shi Huang (Qin Shi Huang)
  5. Julius Caesar (Julius Caesar)
  6. Cleopatra VII (Cleopatra VII)
  7. Augustus (Augustus)
  8. Attila the Hun (Attila the Hun)
  9. Charlemagne (Charlemagne)
  10. Genghis Khan (Genghis Khan)
  11. Joan of Arc (Joan of Arc)
  12. Suleiman the Magnificent (Suleiman the Magnificent)
  13. Elizabeth I (Elizabeth I)
  14. George Washington (George Washington)
  15. Napoleon I of France (Napoleon I of France)
  16. Simón Bolívar (Simón Bolívar)
  17. Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln)
  18. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (Mustafa Kemal Atatürk)
  19. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi)
  20. Vladimir Lenin (Vladimir Lenin)
  21. Winston Churchill (Winston Churchill)
  22. Joseph Stalin (Joseph Stalin)
  23. Adolf Hitler (Adolf Hitler)
  24. Mao Zedong (Mao Zedong)
  25. Nelson Mandela (Nelson Mandela)

History (History) (60 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. History (History)
  2. Civilization (Civilization)
  3. History of the world (History of the world)
  4. History of Africa (History of Africa)
  5. History of the Americas (History of the Americas)
  6. History of China (History of China)
  7. History of Europe (History of Europe)
  8. History of India (History of India)
  9. History of Japan (History of Japan)
  10. History of the Middle East (History of the Middle East)

Prehistory to Middle Ages (Prehistory to Middle Ages)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Prehistory (Prehistory)
  2. Stone Age (Stone Age)
  3. Mesopotamia (Mesopotamia)
  4. Neolithic Revolution (Neolithic Revolution)
  5. Sumer (Sumer)
  6. Bronze Age (Bronze Age)
  7. Ancient Egypt (Ancient Egypt)
  8. Assyria (Assyria)
  9. Indus Valley Civilization (Indus Valley Civilization)
  10. Iron Age (Iron Age)
  11. Ancient Greece (Ancient Greece)
  12. Ancient Rome (Ancient Rome)
  13. Macedon (Macedon)
  14. Persian Empire (Persian Empire)
  15. Middle Ages (Middle Ages)
  16. Black Death (Black Death)
  17. Byzantine Empire (Byzantine Empire)
  18. Crusades (Crusades)
  19. East-West Schism (East-West Schism)
  20. Holy Roman Empire (Holy Roman Empire)
  21. Islamic Golden Age (Islamic Golden Age)
  22. Mongol Empire (Mongol Empire)
  23. Ottoman Empire (Ottoman Empire)
  24. Pre-Columbian (Pre-Columbian)
  25. Spanish Inquisition (Spanish Inquisition)
  26. Viking Age (Viking Age)

Renaissance to present (Renaissance to present)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Abolitionism (Abolitionism)
  2. Age of Discovery (Age of Discovery)
  3. Age of Enlightenment (Age of Enlightenment)
  4. British Empire (British Empire)
  5. Civil rights movement (Civil rights movement)
  6. Cold War (Cold War)
  7. Congress of Vienna (Congress of Vienna)
  8. Cultural Revolution (Cultural Revolution)
  9. European colonization of the Americas (European colonization of the Americas)
  10. History of the European Union (History of the European Union)
  11. French Revolution (French Revolution)
  12. Great Depression (Great Depression)
  13. The Holocaust (The Holocaust)
  14. Industrial Revolution (Industrial Revolution)
  15. Iranian Revolution (Iranian Revolution)
  16. Korean War (Korean War)
  17. Napoleonic Wars (Napoleonic Wars)
  18. Protestant Reformation (Protestant Reformation)
  19. Renaissance (Renaissance)
  20. Russian Empire (Russian Empire)
  21. Scientific Revolution (Scientific Revolution)
  22. Scramble for Africa (Scramble for Africa)
  23. Soviet Union (Soviet Union)
  24. Space exploration (Space exploration)
  25. Taiping Rebellion (Taiping Rebellion)
  26. History of the United States (History of the United States)
  27. Women's suffrage (Women's suffrage)
  28. World War I (World War I)
  29. World War II (World War II)

Geography (Geography) (106 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Geography (Geography)
  2. City (City)
  3. Continent (Continent)
  4. Country (Country)
  5. Desert (Desert)
  6. Forest (Forest)
  7. Glacier (Glacier)
  8. Mountain (Mountain)
  9. Ocean (Ocean)
  10. River (River)

Bodies of water (Bodies of water)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Amazon River (Amazon River)
  2. Atlantic Ocean (Atlantic Ocean)
  3. Black Sea (Black Sea)
  4. Caspian Sea (Caspian Sea)
  5. Danube (Danube)
  6. Great Barrier Reef (Great Barrier Reef)
  7. Indian Ocean (Indian Ocean)
  8. Mediterranean Sea (Mediterranean Sea)
  9. Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls)
  10. Nile (Nile)
  11. Pacific Ocean (Pacific Ocean)
  12. Panama Canal (Panama Canal)
  13. Suez Canal (Suez Canal)

Cities (Cities)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Athens (Athens)
  2. Beijing (Beijing)
  3. Berlin (Berlin)
  4. Delhi (Delhi)
  5. Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  6. Istanbul (Istanbul)
  7. Jerusalem (Jerusalem)
  8. London (London)
  9. Los Angeles (Los Angeles)
  10. Mecca (Mecca)
  11. Mexico City (Mexico City)
  12. Moscow (Moscow)
  13. New York City (New York City)
  14. Paris (Paris)
  15. Rome (Rome)
  16. São Paulo (São Paulo)
  17. Seoul (Seoul)
  18. Tokyo (Tokyo)

Continents and regions (Continents and regions)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Afrika (Africa)
  2. Antarctica (Antarctica)
  3. Arctic (Arctic)
  4. Ashiya (Asia)
  5. Yuropa (Europe)
  6. Latin America (Latin America)
  7. Middle East (Middle East)
  8. North America (North America)
  9. Oceania (Oceania)
  10. South America (South America)

Countries (Countries)[Lulamisa | edit source]

See also: List of countries and List of countries by population.
  1. Argentina (Argentina)
  2. Australia (Australia)
  3. Austria (Austria)
  4. Bangladesh (Bangladesh)
  5. Belgium (Belgium)
  6. Brazil (Brazil)
  7. Burma (Burma)
  8. Canada (Canada)
  9. People's Republic of China (People's Republic of China)
  10. Colombia (Colombia)
  11. Democratic Republic of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
  12. Denmark (Denmark)
  13. Egypt (Egypt)
  14. Ethiopia (Ethiopia)
  15. Finland (Finland)
  16. France (France)
  17. Germany (Germany)
  18. Greece (Greece)
  19. India (India)
  20. Indonesia (Indonesia)
  21. Iran (Iran)
  22. Iraq (Iraq)
  23. Republic of Ireland (Republic of Ireland)
  24. Israel (Israel)
  25. Italy (Italy)
  26. Japan (Japan)
  27. Mexico (Mexico)
  28. Netherlands (Netherlands)
  29. Nigeria (Nigeria)
  30. Norway (Norway)
  31. Pakistan (Pakistan)
  32. Philippines (Philippines)
  33. Poland (Poland)
  34. Russia (Russia)
  35. Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia)
  36. Singapore (Singapore)
  37. South Africa (South Africa)
  38. South Korea (South Korea)
  39. Spain (Spain)
  40. Sweden (Sweden)
  41. Switzerland (Switzerland)
  42. Republic of China (Taiwan) (Republic of China (Taiwan))
  43. Thailand (Thailand)
  44. Turkey (Turkey)
  45. Ukraine (Ukraine)
  46. United Kingdom (United Kingdom)
  47. United States (United States)
  48. Vietnam (Vietnam)

Mountains, valleys and deserts (Mountains, valleys and deserts)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Alps (Alps)
  2. Andes (Andes)
  3. Gobi Desert (Gobi Desert)
  4. Grand Canyon (Grand Canyon)
  5. Himalayas (Himalayas)
  6. Mount Everest (Mount Everest)
  7. Sahara (Sahara)

Arts and culture (Arts and culture) (56 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Art (Art)
  2. History of art (History of art)
  3. Aesthetics (Aesthetics)

Artistic movements (Artistic movements)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Gothic (Gothic)
  2. Baroque (Baroque)
  3. Romanticism (Romanticism)
  4. Modernism (Modernism)
  5. Postmodernism (Postmodernism)
  6. Pop culture (Pop culture)

Literature (Literature)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Literature (Literature)
  2. History of literature (History of literature)
  3. Prose (Prose)
  4. Book (Book)
  5. Fiction (Fiction)
  6. Novel (Novel)
  7. Short story (Short story)
  8. Poetry (Poetry)
  9. Rhyme (Rhyme)
  10. Forms (Forms)
  11. Epic poetry (Epic poetry)
  12. Haiku (Haiku)
  13. Sonnet (Sonnet)

Music (Music)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Music (Music)
  2. History of music (History of music)
  3. Musical instrument (Musical instrument)
  4. Singing (Singing)
  5. Genres (Genres)
  6. Classical music (Classical music)
  7. Folk music (Folk music)
  8. Hip hop music (Hip hop music)
  9. Jazz (Jazz)
  10. Pop music (Pop music)
  11. Rock music (Rock music)

Performing arts (Performing arts)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Performing arts (Performing arts)
  2. Dance (Dance)
  3. Ballet (Ballet)
  4. Film (Film)
  5. Documentary (Documentary)
  6. Opera (Opera)
  7. Orchestra (Orchestra)
  8. Theatre (Theatre)
  9. Comedy (Comedy)
  10. Tragedy (Tragedy)

Visual arts (Visual arts)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Visual arts (Visual arts)
  2. Architecture (Architecture)
  3. Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (Seven Wonders of the Ancient World)
  4. Great Wall of China (Great Wall of China)
  5. Comics (Comics)
  6. Drawing (Drawing)
  7. Painting (Painting)
  8. Illustration (Illustration)
  9. Portrait (Portrait)
  10. Photography (Photography)
  11. Sculpture (Sculpture)
  12. Pottery (Pottery)
  13. Statue (Statue)

Philosophy and religion (Philosophy and religion) (77 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

Philosophy (Philosophy)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Philosophy (Philosophy)
  2. Philosophical branches (Philosophical branches)
  3. Ethics (Ethics|Ethics (philosophy)|Ethics)
  4. Epistemology (Epistemology)
  5. Belief (Belief)
  6. Knowledge (Knowledge)
  7. Truth (Truth)
  8. Logic (Logic)
  9. Metaphysics (Metaphysics)
  10. Existence (Existence)
  11. Ontology (Ontology)
  12. Free will (Free will)
  13. Philosophy by region and period (Philosophy by region and period)
  14. Western philosophy (Western philosophy)
  15. Greek philosophy (Greek philosophy)
  16. Medieval philosophy (Medieval philosophy)
  17. Contemporary philosophy (Contemporary philosophy)
  18. Eastern philosophy (Eastern philosophy)
  19. Chinese philosophy (Chinese philosophy)
  20. Indian philosophy (Indian philosophy)
  21. Islamic philosophy (Islamic philosophy)
  22. Philosophical movements (Philosophical movements)
  23. Confucianism (Confucianism)
  24. Existentialism (Existentialism)
  25. Idealism (Idealism)
  26. Hedonism (Hedonism)
  27. Humanism (Humanism)
  28. Marxism (Marxism)
  29. Nihilism (Nihilism)
  30. Rationalism (Rationalism)
  31. Realism (Realism)
  32. Skepticism (Skepticism)

Religion (Religion)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Religion (Religion)
  2. Deity (Deity)
  3. God (God)
  4. Goddess (Goddess)
  5. Mythology (Mythology)
  6. Mysticism (Mysticism)
  7. Soul (Soul)
  8. Spirituality (Spirituality)
  9. Meditation (Meditation)
  10. Prayer (Prayer)
  11. Worship (Worship)
  12. Yoga (Yoga)
  13. Theistic philosophies (Theistic philosophies)
  14. Theism (Theism)
  15. Agnosticism (Agnosticism)
  16. Atheism (Atheism)
  17. Deism (Deism)
  18. Gnosticism (Gnosticism)
  19. Pantheism (Pantheism)

Specific religions (Specific religions)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Bahá'í Faith (Bahá'í Faith)
  2. Buddhism (Buddhism)
  3. Mahayana (Mahayana)
  4. Theravada (Theravada)
  5. Vajrayana (Vajrayana)
  6. Christianity (Christianity)
  7. Bible (Bible)
  8. Roman Catholic Church (Roman Catholic Church)
  9. Church (Church)
  10. Eastern Orthodox Church (Eastern Orthodox Church)
  11. Protestantism (Protestantism)
  12. Pope (Pope)
  13. Hinduism (Hinduism)
  14. Bhagavad Gita (Bhagavad Gita)
  15. Krishna (Krishna)
  16. Upanishad (Upanishad)
  17. Vedas (Vedas)
  18. Islam (Islam)
  19. Mosque (Mosque)
  20. Shia Islam (Shia Islam)
  21. Sunni Islam (Sunni Islam)
  22. Qur'an (Qur'an)
  23. Jainism (Jainism)
  24. Judaism (Judaism)
  25. Tanakh (Tanakh)
  26. Shinto (Shinto)
  27. Sikhism (Sikhism)
  28. Guru Granth Sahib (Guru Granth Sahib)
  29. Taoism (Taoism)
  30. Voodoo (Voodoo)
  31. Zoroastrianism (Zoroastrianism)

Everyday life (Everyday life) (82 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Clothing (Clothing)
  2. Cooking (Cooking)
  3. Color (Color)
  4. Black (Black)
  5. White (White)
  6. Emotion (Emotion)
  7. Anger (Anger)
  8. Fear (Fear)
  9. Love (Love)
  10. Happiness (Happiness)
  11. Family (Family)
  12. Adult (Adult)
  13. Child (Child)
  14. Infant (Infant)
  15. Marriage (Marriage)
  16. Gender (Gender)
  17. Man (Man)
  18. Woman (Woman)
  19. Mind (Mind)
  20. Consciousness (Consciousness)
  21. Thought (Thought)
  22. Sleep (Sleep)
  23. Dream (Dream)

Food and drink (Food and drink)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Food (Food)
  2. Bread (Bread)
  3. Cheese (Cheese)
  4. Fruit (Fruit)
  5. Grain (Grain)
  6. Maize (Maize)
  7. Meat (Meat)
  8. Oat (Oat)
  9. Potato (Potato)
  10. Rice (Rice)
  11. Soybean (Soybean)
  12. Vegetable (Vegetable)
  13. Wheat (Wheat)
  14. Beer (Beer)
  15. Coffee (Coffee)
  16. Drinking water (Drinking water)
  17. Milk (Milk)
  18. Tea (Tea)
  19. Wine (Wine)

Language (Language)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Language (Language)
  2. Alphabet (Alphabet)
  3. Letter (Letter|Letter (alphabet)|Letter)
  4. Grammar (Grammar)
  5. Word (Word)
  6. Writing (Writing)
  7. Specific languages (Specific languages)
  8. Arabic language (Arabic language)
  9. Bengali language (Bengali language)
  10. Chinese language (Chinese language)
  11. English language (English language)
  12. French language (French language)
  13. German language (German language)
  14. Hindi (Hindi)
  15. Japanese language (Japanese language)
  16. Latin (Latin)
  17. Portuguese language (Portuguese language)
  18. Punjabi language (Punjabi language)
  19. Russian language (Russian language)
  20. Sanskrit (Sanskrit)
  21. Spanish language (Spanish language)
  22. Swahili language (Swahili language)
  23. Turkish language (Turkish language)

Recreation and entertainment (Recreation and entertainment)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Recreation (Recreation)
  2. Game (Game)
  3. Board game (Board game)
  4. Chess (Chess)
  5. Draughts (Draughts)
  6. Go (Go|Go (board game)|Go)
  7. Mancala (Mancala)
  8. Video game (Video game)
  9. Gambling (Gambling)
  10. Sport (Sport)
  11. Association football (soccer) (Association football (soccer))
  12. Athletics (track and field) (Athletics (track and field))
  13. Toy (Toy)

Society and social sciences (Society and social sciences) (88 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Society (Society)
  2. Culture (Culture)

Social issues (Social issues)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Abortion (Abortion)
  2. Euthanasia (Euthanasia)
  3. Suicide (Suicide)
  4. Discrimination (Discrimination)
  5. Racism (Racism)
  6. Sexism (Sexism)
  7. Education (Education)
  8. Freedom (Freedom|Freedom (political)|Freedom)
  9. Slavery (Slavery)
  10. Globalization (Globalization)
  11. Law (Law)
  12. Capital punishment (Capital punishment)
  13. Civil rights (Civil rights)
  14. Constitution (Constitution)
  15. Crime (Crime)
  16. Justice (Justice)
  17. Police (Police)
  18. Peace (Peace)
  19. War (War)
  20. Pollution (Pollution)
  21. Poverty (Poverty)
  22. Social movement (Social movement)
  23. Environmentalism (Environmentalism)
  24. Feminism (Feminism)

Business and economics (Business and economics)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Business (Business)
  2. Economics (Economics)
  3. Good (Good|Good (economics and accounting)|Good)
  4. Service (economics) (Service (economics))
  5. Supply and demand (Supply and demand)
  6. Company (Company|Company (law)|Company)
  7. Corporation (Corporation)
  8. Finance (Finance)
  9. Industry (Industry)
  10. Agriculture (Agriculture)
  11. Manufacturing (Manufacturing)
  12. Mining (Mining)
  13. Market (Market)
  14. Marketing (Marketing)
  15. Money (Money)
  16. Euro (Euro)
  17. Japanese yen (Japanese yen)
  18. Pound sterling (Pound sterling)
  19. Renminbi (Renminbi)
  20. United States dollar (United States dollar)
  21. Tax (Tax)
  22. Trade (Trade)

Media (Media)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Advertising (Advertising)
  2. Broadcasting (Broadcasting)
  3. Journalism (Journalism)
  4. Magazine (Magazine)
  5. Mass media (Mass media)
  6. News (News)
  7. Newspaper (Newspaper)
  8. Publishing (Publishing)

Politics and government (Politics and government)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Politics (Politics)
  2. Government (Government)
  3. Capitalism (Capitalism)
  4. Socialism (Socialism)
  5. Civics (Civics)
  6. Anarchism (Anarchism)
  7. Communism (Communism)
  8. Democracy (Democracy)
  9. Dictatorship (Dictatorship)
  10. Fascism (Fascism)
  11. Monarchy (Monarchy)
  12. Theocracy (Theocracy)
  13. Conservatism (Conservatism)
  14. Liberalism (Liberalism)
  15. Diplomacy (Diplomacy)
  16. Imperialism (Imperialism)
  17. Military (Military)
  18. Nationalism (Nationalism)
  19. State (State)
  20. Specific political and governmental institutions (Specific political and governmental institutions)
  21. European Union (European Union)
  22. International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement)
  23. NATO (NATO)
  24. Nobel Prize (Nobel Prize)
  25. OPEC (OPEC)
  26. United Nations (United Nations)
  27. World Health Organization (World Health Organization)
  28. World Trade Organization (World Trade Organization)

Social sciences (Social sciences)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Social sciences (Social sciences)
  2. Anthropology (Anthropology)
  3. Political science (Political science)
  4. Psychology (Psychology)
  5. Sociology (Sociology)

Health and medicine (Health and medicine) (48 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

Disease (Disease)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Disease (Disease)
  2. Alzheimer's disease (Alzheimer's disease)
  3. Cancer (Cancer)
  4. Cholera (Cholera)
  5. Common cold (Common cold)
  6. Diabetes mellitus (Diabetes mellitus)
  7. Dysentery (Dysentery)
  8. Influenza (Influenza)
  9. Malaria (Malaria)
  10. Parkinson's disease (Parkinson's disease)
  11. Sexually transmitted disease (Sexually transmitted disease)
  12. AIDS (AIDS)
  13. Syphilis (Syphilis)
  14. Smallpox (Smallpox)
  15. Tuberculosis (Tuberculosis)

Health and fitness (Health and fitness)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Health (Health)
  2. Physical fitness (Physical fitness)
  3. Exercise (Exercise|Physical exercise|Exercise)
  4. Hygiene (Hygiene)
  5. Obesity (Obesity)
  6. Stress (Stress|Stress (medicine)|Stress)
  7. Addiction (Addiction)
  8. Drug (Drug)
  9. Nutrition (Nutrition)

Medicine (Medicine)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Medicine (Medicine)
  2. Birth control (Birth control)
  3. Coma (Coma)
  4. Disability (Disability)
  5. Autism (Autism)
  6. Blindness (Blindness)
  7. Hearing impairment (Hearing impairment)
  8. Mental illness (Mental illness)
  9. Physical trauma (Physical trauma)
  10. Aneurysm (Aneurysm)
  11. Bone fracture (Bone fracture)
  12. Brain damage (Brain damage)
  13. Burn (Burn|Burn (injury)|Burn)
  14. Cardiac arrest (Cardiac arrest)
  15. Frostbite (Frostbite)
  16. Bleeding (Bleeding)
  17. Inflammation (Inflammation)
  18. Respiratory failure (Respiratory failure)
  19. Shock (Shock|Shock (medical)|Shock)
  20. Stroke (Stroke)
  21. Medication (Medication)
  22. Antibiotic (Antibiotic)
  23. Vaccine (Vaccine)
  24. Physician (Physician)

Science (Science) (177 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Science (Science)
  2. History of science (History of science)
  3. Nature (Nature)
  4. Philosophy of science (Philosophy of science)
  5. Scientific method (Scientific method)

Astronomy (Astronomy)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Astronomy (Astronomy)
  2. Asteroid (Asteroid)
  3. Asteroid belt (Asteroid belt)
  4. Big Bang (Big Bang)
  5. Comet (Comet)
  6. Eclipse (Eclipse)
  7. Galaxy (Galaxy)
  8. Milky Way (Milky Way)
  9. Natural satellite (Natural satellite)
  10. Orbit (Orbit)
  11. Outer space (Outer space)
  12. Physical cosmology (Physical cosmology)
  13. Planet (Planet)
  14. Solar System (Solar System)
  15. Sun (Sun)
  16. Mercury (Mercury|Mercury (planet)|Mercury)
  17. Venus (Venus)
  18. Earth (Earth)
  19. Moon (Moon)
  20. Mars (Mars)
  21. Jupiter (Jupiter)
  22. Saturn (Saturn)
  23. Uranus (Uranus)
  24. Neptune (Neptune)
  25. Pluto (Pluto)
  26. Star (Star)
  27. Supernova (Supernova)
  28. Universe (Universe)

Biology (Biology)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Biology (Biology)
  2. Life (Life)
  3. Abiogenesis (Abiogenesis)
  4. Anatomy (Anatomy)
  5. Brain (Brain)
  6. Gastrointestinal tract (Gastrointestinal tract)
  7. Heart (Heart)
  8. Immune system (Immune system)
  9. Lung (Lung)
  10. Skeleton (Skeleton)
  11. Reproduction (Reproduction)
  12. Pregnancy (Pregnancy)
  13. Sex (Sex)
  14. Botany (Botany)
  15. Cell (biology) (Cell (biology))
  16. Ecology (Ecology)
  17. Ecosystem (Ecosystem)
  18. Evolution (Evolution)
  19. Natural selection (Natural selection)
  20. Genetics (Genetics)
  21. DNA (DNA)
  22. Gene (Gene)
  23. Heredity (Heredity)
  24. Organism (Organism)
  25. Animal (Animal)
  26. Amphibian (Amphibian)
  27. Bird (Bird)
  28. Dinosaur (Dinosaur)
  29. Fish (Fish)
  30. Insect (Insect)
  31. Mammal (Mammal)
    1. Cattle (Cattle)
    2. Cat (Cat)
    3. Dog (Dog)
    4. Horse (Horse)
    5. Human (Human)
  32. Reptile (Reptile)
  33. Archaea (Archaea)
  34. Bacteria (Bacteria)
  35. Fungus (Fungus)
  36. Plant (Plant)
  37. Flower (Flower)
  38. Tree (Tree)
  39. Protist (Protist)
  40. Species (Species)
  41. Zoology (Zoology)

Chemistry (Chemistry)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Chemistry (Chemistry)
  2. Biochemistry (Biochemistry)
  3. Organic chemistry (Organic chemistry)
  4. Inorganic chemistry (Inorganic chemistry)
  5. Acid (Acid)
  6. Alloy (Alloy)
  7. Bronze (Bronze)
  8. Steel (Steel)
  9. Atom (Atom)
  10. Base (Base|Base (chemistry)|Base)
  11. Catalysis (Catalysis)
  12. Chemical bond (Chemical bond)
  13. Chemical compound (Chemical compound)
  14. Alcohol (Alcohol)
  15. Carbon dioxide (Carbon dioxide)
  16. Oil (Oil)
  17. Salt (Salt|Salt (chemistry)|Salt)
  18. Water (Water)
  19. Chemical element (Chemical element)
  20. Aluminium (Aluminium)
  21. Carbon (Carbon)
  22. Copper (Copper)
  23. Gold (Gold)
  24. Helium (Helium)
  25. Hydrogen (Hydrogen)
  26. Iron (Iron)
  27. Nitrogen (Nitrogen)
  28. Oxygen (Oxygen)
  29. Silicon (Silicon)
  30. Silver (Silver)
  31. Sulfur (Sulfur)
  32. Uranium (Uranium)
  33. Chemical reaction (Chemical reaction)
  34. Crystal (Crystal)
  35. Electrolysis (Electrolysis)
  36. Glass (Glass)
  37. Ion (Ion)
  38. Metal (Metal)
  39. Mineral (Mineral)
  40. Molecule (Molecule)
  41. Periodic table (Periodic table)

Earth science (Earth science)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Earth science (Earth science)
  2. History of Earth (History of Earth)
  3. Geology (Geology)
  4. Avalanche (Avalanche)
  5. Crust (Crust|Crust (geology)|Crust)
  6. Earthquake (Earthquake)
  7. Erosion (Erosion)
  8. Geologic fault (Geologic fault)
  9. Magma (Magma)
  10. Mantle (Mantle|Mantle (geology)|Mantle)
  11. Plate tectonics (Plate tectonics)
  12. Volcano (Volcano)
  13. Earth's atmosphere (Earth's atmosphere)
  14. Climate (Climate)
  15. Cloud (Cloud)
  16. Flood (Flood)
  17. Global warming (Global warming)
  18. Meteorology (Meteorology)
  19. Rain (Rain)
  20. Tornado (Tornado)
  21. Tropical cyclone (Tropical cyclone)
  22. Weather (Weather)
  23. Oceanography (Oceanography)

Physics (Physics)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Physics (Physics)
  2. Particle physics (Particle physics)
  3. Standard Model (Standard Model)
  4. Subatomic particle (Subatomic particle)
  5. Electron (Electron)
  6. Neutrino (Neutrino)
  7. Neutron (Neutron)
  8. Photon (Photon)
  9. Proton (Proton)
  10. Classical mechanics (Classical mechanics)
  11. Kinematics (Kinematics)
  12. Kinetics (Kinetics)
  13. Energy (Energy)
  14. Kinetic energy (Kinetic energy)
  15. Potential energy (Potential energy)
  16. Force (Force)
  17. Electromagnetism (Electromagnetism)
  18. Gravitation (Gravitation)
  19. Strong interaction (Strong interaction)
  20. Weak interaction (Weak interaction)
  21. Heat (Heat)
  22. Temperature (Temperature)
  23. Light (Light)
  24. Electromagnetic radiation (Electromagnetic radiation)
  25. Speed of light (Speed of light)
  26. Visible spectrum (Visible spectrum)
  27. Mass (Mass)
  28. Weight (Weight)
  29. Matter (Matter)
  30. Motion (Motion|Motion (physics)|Motion)
  31. Quantum mechanics (Quantum mechanics)
  32. Sound (Sound)
  33. Space (Space)
  34. Thermodynamics (Thermodynamics)
  35. Theory of relativity (Theory of relativity)
  36. Time (Time)

Technology (Technology) (121 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Technology (Technology)
  2. History of technology (History of technology)
  3. Engineering (Engineering)
  4. Artificial intelligence (Artificial intelligence)
  5. Biotechnology (Biotechnology)
  6. Genetic engineering (Genetic engineering)
  7. Nuclear technology (Nuclear technology)
  8. Tool (Tool)

Energy (Energy)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Electricity (Electricity)
  2. Geothermal power (Geothermal power)
  3. Hydropower (Hydropower)
  4. Nuclear power (Nuclear power)
  5. Petroleum (Petroleum)
  6. Solar energy (Solar energy)
  7. Wind power (Wind power)

Electronics (Electronics)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Electronics (Electronics)
  2. Battery (Battery|Battery (electricity)|Battery)
  3. Capacitor (Capacitor)
  4. Diode (Diode)
  5. Incandescent light bulb (Incandescent light bulb)
  6. Integrated circuit (Integrated circuit)
  7. Semiconductor (Semiconductor)
  8. Transistor (Transistor)

Mechanical and structural engineering (Mechanical and structural engineering)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Mechanical engineering (Mechanical engineering)
  2. Engine (Engine)
  3. Electric motor (Electric motor)
  4. Internal combustion engine (Internal combustion engine)
  5. Jet engine (Jet engine)
  6. Steam engine (Steam engine)
  7. Inclined plane (Inclined plane)
  8. Lever (Lever)
  9. Pulley (Pulley)
  10. Robot (Robot)
  11. Wheel (Wheel)
  12. Arch (Arch)
  13. Bridge (Bridge)
  14. Canal (Canal)
  15. Dam (Dam)
  16. Dome (Dome)
  17. House (House)
  18. Pyramid (Pyramid)
  19. Tower (Tower)

Transportation (Transportation)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Transport (Transport)
  2. Vehicle (Vehicle)
  3. Aircraft (Aircraft)
  4. Automobile (Automobile)
  5. Bicycle (Bicycle)
  6. Elevator (Elevator)
  7. Helicopter (Helicopter)
  8. Motorcycle (Motorcycle)
  9. Train (Train)

Information technology (Information technology)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Information technology (Information technology)
  2. Abacus (Abacus)
  3. Calculator (Calculator)
  4. Computer (Computer)
  5. Cryptography (Cryptography)

Optical (Optical)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Camera (Camera)
  2. Glasses (Glasses)
  3. Laser (Laser)
  4. Lens (Lens|Lens (optics)|Lens)
  5. Microscope (Microscope)
  6. Prism (Prism|Prism (optics)|Prism)
  7. Telescope (Telescope)

Media and communication (Media and communication)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Telecommunication (Telecommunication)
  2. E-mail (E-mail)
  3. Internet (Internet)
  4. Microphone (Microphone)
  5. Mobile phone (Mobile phone)
  6. Printing press (Printing press)
  7. Printing (Printing)
  8. Radio (Radio)
  9. Telephone (Telephone)
  10. Television (Television)
  11. Typewriter (Typewriter)
  12. Video (Video)
  13. World Wide Web (World Wide Web)

Navigation and timekeeping (Navigation and timekeeping)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Calendar (Calendar)
  2. Clock (Clock)
  3. Compass (Compass)
  4. Global Positioning System (Global Positioning System)
  5. Gyroscope (Gyroscope)
  6. Pendulum (Pendulum)
  7. Radar (Radar)
  8. Sonar (Sonar)
  9. Sundial (Sundial)

Weapons (Weapons)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Weapon (Weapon)
  2. Artillery (Artillery)
  3. Bow (Bow|Bow (weapon)|Bow)
  4. Firearm (Firearm)
  5. Handgun (Handgun)
  6. Knife (Knife)
  7. Machine gun (Machine gun)
  8. Nuclear weapon (Nuclear weapon)
  9. Rifle (Rifle)
  10. Sword (Sword)
  11. Submarine (Submarine)
  12. Tank (Tank)

Material and chemical (Material and chemical)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Candle (Candle)
  2. Fire (Fire)
  3. Explosive material (Explosive material)
  4. Dynamite (Dynamite)
  5. Gasoline (Gasoline)
  6. Gunpowder (Gunpowder)
  7. Metallurgy (Metallurgy)
  8. Plastic (Plastic)
  9. Rubber (Rubber)

Food and health (Food and health)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Electrocardiogram (Electrocardiogram)
  2. Magnetic resonance imaging (Magnetic resonance imaging)
  3. Pasteurization (Pasteurization)
  4. Refrigerator (Refrigerator)
  5. Stove (Stove)
  6. X-ray (X-ray)

Space (Space)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Hubble Space Telescope (Hubble Space Telescope)
  2. International Space Station (International Space Station)
  3. Moon landing (Moon landing)
  4. Rocket (Rocket)
  5. Satellite (Satellite)
  6. Space Shuttle (Space Shuttle)
  7. Space station (Space station)

Mathematics (Mathematics) (59 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Mathematics (Mathematics)
  2. Constant (Constant)
  3. Pi (Pi)
  4. e (e|e (mathematical constant)|e)
  5. Number (Number)
  6. Complex number (Complex number)
  7. Integer (Integer)
  8. Natural number (Natural number)
  9. Number theory (Number theory)
  10. Prime number (Prime number)
  11. Rational number (Rational number)
  12. Real number (Real number)
  13. Arithmetic (Arithmetic)
  14. Addition (Addition)
  15. Subtraction (Subtraction)
  16. Multiplication (Multiplication)
  17. Division (Division|Division (mathematics)|Division)
  18. Fraction (Fraction|Fraction (mathematics)|Fraction)
  19. Percentage (Percentage)
  20. Exponentiation (Exponentiation)
  21. Square root (Square root)
  22. Combinatorics (Combinatorics)
  23. Digit (Digit|Numerical digit|Digit)
  24. Equation (Equation)
  25. Function (Function|Function (mathematics)|Function)
  26. Logarithm (Logarithm)
  27. Variable (Variable)
  28. Algebra (Algebra)
  29. Linear algebra (Linear algebra)
  30. Matrix (Matrix|Matrix (mathematics)|Matrix)
  1. Mathematical analysis (Mathematical analysis)
  2. Calculus (Calculus)
  3. Differential equation (Differential equation)
  4. Infinity (Infinity)
  5. Limit (Limit|Limit (mathematics)|Limit)
  6. Probability (Probability)
  7. Statistics (Statistics)
  8. Chaos theory (Chaos theory)
  9. Game theory (Game theory)
  10. Geometry (Geometry)
  11. Angle (Angle)
  12. Area (Area)
  13. Coordinates (Coordinates|Coordinates (mathematics)|Coordinates)
  14. Dimension (Dimension)
  15. Line (Line|Line (mathematics)|Line)
  16. Plane (Plane|Plane (mathematics)|Plane)
  17. Point (Point|Point (mathematics)|Point)
  18. Shape (Shape)
  19. Circle (Circle)
  20. Cube (Cube)
  21. Sphere (Sphere)
  22. Square (Square|Square (geometry)|Square)
  23. Triangle (Triangle)
  24. Volume (Volume)
  25. Mathematical proof (Mathematical proof)
  26. Series (Series|Series (mathematics)|Series)
  27. Set (Set)
  28. Topology (Topology)
  29. Trigonometry (Trigonometry)

Measurement (Measurement) (26 articles)[Lulamisa | edit source]

  1. Measurement (Measurement)
  2. Metric system (Metric system)
  3. International System of Units (International System of Units)
  4. Imperial unit (Imperial unit)
  5. Time (Time)
  6. Second (Second)
  7. Day (Day)
  8. Year (Year)
  9. Length (Length)
  10. Foot (Foot|Foot (length)|Foot)
  11. Kilometer (Kilometer)
  12. Metre (Metre)
  13. Mile (Mile)
  14. Angle (Angle)
  15. Degree (Degree|Degree (angle)|Degree)
  16. Radian (Radian)
  1. Volume (Volume)
  2. Litre (Litre)
  3. Mass (Mass)
  4. Weight (Weight)
  5. Kilogram (Kilogram)
  6. Pound (Pound|Pound (mass)|Pound)
  7. Ton (Ton)
  8. Temperature (Temperature)
  9. Celsius (Celsius)
  10. Fahrenheit (Fahrenheit)
  11. Force (Force)
  12. Newton (Newton)
  13. Power (Power)
  14. Watt (Watt)
  15. Electromagnetism (Electromagnetism)
  16. Ampere (Ampere)
  17. Volt (Volt)
  18. Ohm (Ohm)

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