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Version 1.0 of List of articles every Wikipedia should have refers to the revision done on August 14th, 2006 at 21:36. It has a total number of 1365 articles.

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Section Current Number
Biography 321
History 78
Geography 151
Society 130
Culture 221
Science 287
Technology 109
Foodstuffs 33
Mathematics 35
Total 1365

Biography[edit]

This section is for people. Have at least two paragraphes on 100 key historical figures

Actors, dancers and models[edit]

  1. Marlon Brando
  2. Charlie Chaplin
  3. Marlene Dietrich
  4. Marilyn Monroe
  5. John Wayne

Artists and architects[edit]

  1. Paul Cézanne
  2. Le Corbusier
  3. Salvador Dalí
  4. Albrecht Dürer
  5. Vincent van Gogh
  6. Francisco Goya
  7. William Hogarth
  8. Hokusai
  9. Frida Kahlo
  10. Édouard Manet
  11. Henri Matisse
  12. Michelangelo
  13. Claude Monet
  14. Georgia O'Keeffe
  15. Pablo Picasso
  16. Jackson Pollock
  17. Nicolas Poussin
  18. Raphael
  19. Rembrandt
  20. Auguste Rodin
  21. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
  22. Diego Velázquez
  23. Johannes Vermeer
  24. Vitruvius
  25. Andy Warhol
  26. Christopher Wren
  27. Frank Lloyd Wright

Authors, playwrights and poets[edit]

  1. Dante Alighieri
  2. Hans Christian Andersen
  3. Aristophanes
  4. Isaac Asimov
  5. Jane Austen
  6. William Blake
  7. Bertolt Brecht
  8. Lord Byron
  9. Miguel de Cervantes
  10. Anton Chekhov
  11. Emily Dickinson
  12. Fyodor Dostoevsky
  13. Arthur Conan Doyle
  14. Du Fu
  15. Alexandre Dumas
  16. F. Scott Fitzgerald
  17. Brothers Grimm
  18. Dashiell Hammett
  19. Nathaniel Hawthorne
  20. Ernest Hemingway
  21. Hildegard of Bingen
  22. Homer
  23. Victor Hugo
  24. Langston Hughes
  25. Henrik Ibsen
  26. James Joyce
  27. Franz Kafka
  28. Li Bai
  29. Astrid Lindgren
  30. Thomas Mann
  31. Matsuo Bashō
  32. Edna St. Vincent Millay
  33. Arthur Miller
  34. Molière
  35. Murasaki Shikibu
  36. Pablo Neruda
  37. Edgar Allan Poe
  38. Marcel Proust
  39. Aleksandr Pushkin
  40. Rainer Maria Rilke
  41. Carl Sandburg
  42. Sappho
  43. Jean-Paul Sartre
  44. William Shakespeare
  45. George Bernard Shaw
  46. Mary Shelley
  47. Sophocles
  48. Robert Louis Stevenson
  49. J. R. R. Tolkien
  50. Leo Tolstoy
  51. Mark Twain
  52. Jules Verne
  53. Virgil
  54. H. G. Wells
  55. Walt Whitman
  56. Oscar Wilde
  57. William Butler Yeats
  58. Zeami Motokiyo

Composers and musicians[edit]

  1. Johann Sebastian Bach
  2. The Beatles
  3. Ludwig van Beethoven
  4. Frédéric Chopin
  5. Antonín Dvořák
  6. Aretha Franklin
  7. Edvard Grieg
  8. Michael Jackson
  9. Gustav Mahler
  10. Claudio Monteverdi
  11. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  12. Elvis Presley
  13. Jean Sibelius
  14. Richard Wagner

Explorers[edit]

  1. Roald Amundsen
  2. Neil Armstrong
  3. Willem Barents
  4. Vitus Bering
  5. Jacques Cartier
  6. Christopher Columbus
  7. James Cook
  8. Hernán Cortés
  9. Francis Drake
  10. Juan Sebastián Elcano
  11. Leif Ericson
  12. Vasco da Gama
  13. Yuri Gagarin
  14. Edmund Hillary
  15. Ferdinand Magellan
  16. Tenzing Norgay
  17. Marco Polo
  18. Abel Tasman
  19. Zheng He

Film directors and screenwriters[edit]

  1. Ingmar Bergman
  2. Walt Disney
  3. Sergei Eisenstein
  4. Alfred Hitchcock
  5. Akira Kurosawa
  6. Fritz Lang
  7. George Lucas
  8. Frances Marion
  9. Leni Riefenstahl
  10. Martin Scorsese
  11. Steven Spielberg

Inventors, scientists and mathematicians[edit]

  1. Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi
  2. Archimedes
  3. John Logie Baird
  4. Alexander Graham Bell
  5. Karl Benz
  6. Tim Berners-Lee
  7. Niels Bohr
  8. Tycho Brahe
  9. Rachel Carson
  10. Nicolaus Copernicus
  11. Marie Curie
  12. Charles Darwin
  13. Thomas Edison
  14. Albert Einstein
  15. Leonhard Euler
  16. Enrico Fermi
  17. Richard Feynman
  18. Alexander Fleming
  19. Henry Ford
  20. Joseph Fourier
  21. Buckminster Fuller
  22. Casimir Funk
  23. Galileo Galilei
  24. Bill Gates
  25. Carl Friedrich Gauss
  26. Kurt Gödel
  27. Johann Gutenberg
  28. David Hilbert
  29. Christiaan Huygens
  30. Hypatia of Alexandria
  31. Edward Jenner
  32. Steve Jobs
  33. Johannes Kepler
  34. John Maynard Keynes
  35. Donald Knuth
  36. Pierre-Simon Laplace
  37. Gottfried Leibniz
  38. Carolus Linnaeus
  39. Ignacy Łukasiewicz
  40. James Clerk Maxwell
  41. Isaac Newton
  42. Alfred Nobel
  43. Hans Christian Ørsted
  44. Louis Pasteur
  45. Dennis Ritchie
  46. Ole Rømer
  47. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
  48. Bernhard Riemann
  49. Ernest Rutherford
  50. Richard Stallman
  51. Nikola Tesla
  52. Linus Torvalds
  53. Alan Turing
  54. Leonardo da Vinci
  55. Wright brothers

Social scientists (philosophers, economists, historians and thinkers)[edit]

  1. Saint Francis of Assisi
  2. Saint Benedict of Nursia
  3. Thomas Aquinas
  4. Aristotle
  5. Augustine of Hippo
  6. Averroes
  7. Simone de Beauvoir
  8. René Descartes
  9. Émile Durkheim
  10. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  11. Michel Foucault
  12. Sigmund Freud
  13. Edward Gibbon
  14. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  15. Germaine Greer
  16. Herodotus
  17. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  18. Hippocrates
  19. Immanuel Kant
  20. Martin Luther
  21. Rosa Luxemburg
  22. Søren Kierkegaard
  23. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  24. Niccolò Machiavelli
  25. Karl Marx
  26. Nagarjuna
  27. Friedrich Nietzsche
  28. Thomas Paine
  29. Plato
  30. Pythagoras
  31. Sima Qian
  32. Stein Rokkan
  33. Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  34. Bertrand Russell
  35. Adam Smith
  36. Socrates
  37. Sun Tzu
  38. Thales
  39. Voltaire
  40. Max Weber
  41. Ludwig Wittgenstein

Politicans, leaders and aristocrats[edit]

  1. Akbar
  2. Alexander the Great
  3. Kofi Annan
  4. Kemal Atatürk
  5. Attila the Hun
  6. Augustus
  7. Hastings Banda
  8. Pope Benedict XVI
  9. Silvio Berlusconi
  10. Otto von Bismarck
  11. Tony Blair
  12. Simón Bolívar
  13. Napoleon I of France
  14. Lucrezia Borgia
  15. Gro Harlem Brundtland
  16. George W. Bush
  17. Fidel Castro
  18. Catherine II of Russia
  19. Charlemagne
  20. Jacques Chirac
  21. Empress Dowager Cixi
  22. Winston Churchill
  23. Cleopatra VII of Egypt
  24. Diana, Princess of Wales
  25. Indira Gandhi
  26. Constantine I (emperor)
  27. Elizabeth I of England
  28. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
  29. Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria
  30. Charles de Gaulle
  31. Mikhail Gorbachev
  32. Haile Selassie
  33. Hammurabi
  34. Hannibal
  35. Hirohito
  36. Adolf Hitler
  37. Thomas Jefferson
  38. Pope John Paul II
  39. Julius Caesar
  40. Genghis Khan
  41. Lee Kuan Yew
  42. Vladimir Lenin
  43. Abraham Lincoln
  44. Nelson Mandela
  45. Mao Zedong
  46. Maria Theresa of Austria
  47. Mary I of Scotland
  48. Golda Meir
  49. Christian Michelsen
  50. Mahathir bin Mohamad
  51. Benito Mussolini
  52. Nefertiti
  53. Kwame Nkrumah
  54. Eva Perón
  55. Peter I of Russia
  56. Józef Piłsudski
  57. Pol Pot
  58. Vladimir Putin
  59. Qin Shi Huang
  60. Eleanor Roosevelt
  61. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  62. Saladin
  63. Gerhard Schröder
  64. Semiramis
  65. Shaka Zulu
  66. Queen of Sheba
  67. Sitting Bull
  68. Joseph Stalin
  69. Margaret Thatcher
  70. Timur
  71. Leon Trotsky
  72. Harry S. Truman
  73. Victoria of the United Kingdom
  74. Lech Wałęsa
  75. George Washington
  76. Wilhelm II of Germany

Revolutionaries and activists[edit]

  1. Joan of Arc
  2. Mahatma Gandhi
  3. Emma Goldman
  4. Che Guevara
  5. Mother Jones
  6. Helen Keller
  7. Ho Chi Minh
  8. Osama bin Laden
  9. Florence Nightingale
  10. Rosa Parks
  11. Emilia Plater
  12. Gavrilo Princip
  13. Mother Teresa
  14. Sojourner Truth
  15. Harriet Tubman

History[edit]

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

  1. History
  2. History of the world

Prehistory and ancient world[edit]

  1. Ancient Egypt
  2. Ancient Greece
  3. Ancient Rome
  4. Archaeology
  5. Bronze Age
  6. Byzantine Empire
  7. Han Dynasty
  8. Human evolution
  9. Indus Valley Civilization
  10. Maya civilization
  11. Iron Age
  12. Macedonian Empire
  13. Mesoamerica
  14. Prehistory
  15. Seljuk Empire
  16. Stone Age
  17. Sumer

Middle Ages and Renaissance[edit]

  1. Age of Enlightenment
  2. American Revolutionary War
  3. Aztec
  4. Black Death
  5. Counter-Reformation
  6. Crusades
  7. East-West Schism
  8. Eighty Years' War
  9. English Civil War
  10. European colonization of the Americas
  11. French Revolution
  12. Holy Roman Empire
  13. Inca Empire
  14. Middle Ages
  15. Ming Dynasty
  16. Napoleonic Wars
  17. Ottoman Empire
  18. Partitions of Poland
  19. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
  20. Protestant Reformation
  21. Renaissance
  22. Song Dynasty
  23. Spanish Inquisition
  24. Tang Dynasty
  25. Vikings
  26. Yuan Dynasty

Industrial age[edit]

  1. 1973 oil crisis
  2. American Civil War
  3. Apartheid
  4. British Empire
  5. Cold War
  6. Decolonization
  7. Establishment of the State of Israel
  8. Dissolution of the Soviet Union
  9. Franco-Prussian War
  10. German reunification
  11. German unification
  12. Great Depression
  13. Gulf War
  14. The Holocaust
  15. Industrial Revolution
  16. Iranian Revolution
  17. Italian unification
  18. Korean War
  19. Meiji Restoration
  20. Nazi Germany
  21. Polish-Soviet War
  22. Qing Dynasty
  23. Russian Civil War
  24. Russian Revolution of 1917
  25. Scramble for Africa
  26. Solidarity
  27. Soviet war in Afghanistan
  28. Space exploration
  29. Spanish Civil War
  30. Treaty of Versailles
  31. Vietnam War
  32. World War I
  33. World War II

Geography[edit]

This section is for geographical concepts and for specific places.

  1. Geography
  2. Capital
  3. City
  4. Continent
  5. Country
  6. Desert
  7. Earth science
  8. Map
  9. North Pole
  10. Ocean
  11. Rainforest
  12. River
  13. Sea
  14. South Pole

Continents and major regions[edit]

At least three sentences on each.

  1. Africa
  2. Antarctica
  3. Asia
  4. Europe
  5. Latin America
  6. Middle East
  7. North America
  8. Oceania
  9. South America

Countries[edit]

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. Australia
  3. Austria
  4. Bangladesh
  5. Belgium
  6. Brazil
  7. Canada
  8. China
  9. Cuba
  10. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  11. Egypt
  12. Ethiopia
  13. France
  14. Germany
  15. Greece
  16. India
  17. Indonesia
  18. Iran
  19. Iraq
  20. Israel
  21. Italy
  22. Japan
  23. Kazakhstan
  24. Libya
  25. Mexico
  26. Monaco
  27. Mongolia
  28. Nepal
  29. Netherlands
  30. Niger
  31. Nigeria
  32. North Korea
  33. Peru
  34. People's Republic of China
  35. Poland
  36. Russia
  37. Rwanda
  38. Saudi Arabia
  39. Singapore
  40. South Africa
  41. South Korea
  42. Spain
  43. Sudan
  44. Sweden
  45. Switzerland
  46. Turkey
  47. Ukraine
  48. United Kingdom
  49. United States
  50. Vietnam

Cities[edit]

  1. Athens
  2. Bangkok
  3. Barcelona
  4. Beijing
  5. Belgrade
  6. Berlin
  7. Brussels
  8. Cairo
  9. Copenhagen
  10. Edinburgh
  11. Frankfurt
  12. Hanoi
  13. Hong Kong
  14. Istanbul
  15. Jakarta
  16. Jerusalem
  17. London
  18. Los Angeles
  19. Manila
  20. Madrid
  21. Mecca
  22. Mexico City
  23. Moscow
  24. Mumbai
  25. Munich
  26. Nairobi
  27. New Delhi
  28. New York City
  29. Paris
  30. Rio de Janeiro
  31. Rome
  32. Saint Petersburg
  33. Seoul
  34. Shanghai
  35. Singapore
  36. Stockholm
  37. Sydney
  38. Taipei
  39. Tokyo
  40. Toronto
  41. Vatican City
  42. Vienna
  43. Warsaw
  44. Washington, D.C.

Bodies of water[edit]

  1. Amazon River
  2. Aral Sea
  3. Arctic Ocean
  4. Atlantic Ocean
  5. Baltic Sea
  6. Black Sea
  7. Caspian Sea
  8. Dead Sea
  9. Great Barrier Reef
  10. Great Lakes
  11. Indian Ocean
  12. Lake Baikal
  13. Lake Tanganyika
  14. Lake Titicaca
  15. Lake Victoria
  16. Mediterranean Sea
  17. Mississippi River
  18. Niagara Falls
  19. Nile
  20. North Sea
  21. Pacific Ocean
  22. Panama Canal
  23. Suez Canal
  24. Southern Ocean
  25. Volga River

Mountains, valleys and deserts[edit]

  1. Alps
  2. Andes
  3. Grand Canyon
  4. Great Rift Valley
  5. Himalaya
  6. Mount Kilimanjaro
  7. Mount Everest
  8. Rocky Mountains
  9. Sahara

Society[edit]

  1. Society
  2. Anthropology
  3. Civilization
  4. Community
  5. Demographics
  6. Education
  7. Psychology
  8. Sociology

Family and relationships[edit]

  1. Family
  2. Adult
  3. Boy
  4. Child
  5. Courtship
  6. Girl
  7. Infant
  8. Man
  9. Marriage
    1. Husband
    2. Wife
  10. Woman

Thought, behavior and emotion[edit]

  1. Consciousness
  2. Emotion
    1. Anger
    2. Fear
    3. Happiness
    4. Hate
    5. Love
    6. Sadness
  3. Mind
  4. Sleep
    1. Dream
  5. Thought

Politics[edit]

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

Business and economics[edit]

  1. Business
  2. Economics
    1. Macroeconomics
    2. Microeconomics
  3. Advertising
  4. Agriculture
  5. Capital
  6. Capitalism
  7. Communism
  8. Currency
    1. Euro
    2. Japanese yen
    3. Pound sterling
    4. Renminbi
    5. Rupee
    6. United States dollar
  9. Employment
  10. Finance
  11. Industry
    1. Manufacturing
    2. Mining
    3. Refining
  12. Market
  13. Money
  14. Socialism
  15. Supply and demand
  16. Tourism

Law[edit]

  1. Law
  2. Crime
  3. Constitution
  4. Specific documents
    1. Magna Carta
    2. Leviathan (book)
    3. Republic (Plato)
    4. The Communist Manifesto

International organizations[edit]

  1. African Union
  2. Arab League
  3. Association of Southeast Asian Nations
  4. Commonwealth of Independent States
  5. Commonwealth of Nations
  6. Council of Europe
  7. European Union
  8. Geneva Conventions
    1. International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
  9. Interpol
  10. NATO
  11. Nobel Prize
  12. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
  13. Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
  14. Organization of American States
  15. Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
  16. United Nations
    1. International Atomic Energy Agency
    2. International Court of Justice
    3. International Criminal Court
    4. International Monetary Fund
    5. UNESCO
    6. United Nations Children's Fund
    7. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    8. World Bank Group
    9. World Health Organization
    10. World Trade Organization

War and military[edit]

  1. Aerial warfare
  2. Military
    1. Army
      1. Artillery
      2. Cavalry
      3. Infantry
    2. Navy
  3. Peace
  4. War

Social issues[edit]

  1. Abortion
  2. Birth control
  3. Capital punishment
  4. Freedom
  5. Gender
  6. Human rights
  7. Racism
  8. Sexism
  9. Slavery
  10. World peace

Culture[edit]

At least three sentences on:

  1. Culture
  2. Art
    1. Comics
    2. Drawing
    3. Painting
    4. Sculpture
      1. Pottery
  3. Dance
  4. Fashion
  5. Theatre
    1. Broadway theatre
    2. Noh

Language and literature[edit]

  1. Language
  2. Alphabet
    1. Chinese character
    2. Cyrillic alphabet
    3. Greek alphabet
    4. Latin alphabet
    5. Letter
    6. Phoenician alphabet
  3. Book
  4. Dialect
  5. Grammar
    1. Noun
    2. Syntax
    3. Verb
  6. Linguistics
  7. Literacy
  8. Literature
    1. Fiction
    2. Novel
      1. Don Quixote
      2. The Book of One Thousand and One Nights
    3. Poetry
      1. Epic of Gilgamesh
      2. Iliad
      3. Mahabharata
      4. Odyssey
  9. Pronunciation
  10. Specific languages
    1. Arabic language
    2. Bengali language
    3. Chinese language
    4. English language
    5. Esperanto
    6. French language
    7. German language
    8. Greek language
    9. Hebrew language
    10. Hindi
    11. Japanese language
    12. Latin
    13. Russian language
    14. Sanskrit
    15. Spanish language
    16. Tamil language
    17. Turkish language
  11. Word
  12. Writing

Architecture and civil engineering[edit]

  1. Architecture
  2. Arch
  3. Bridge
  4. Canal
  5. Dam
  6. Dome
  7. House
  8. Nail (engineering)
  9. Specific structures
    1. Aswan Dam
    2. Great Wall of China
    3. Taj Mahal
  10. Pyramid
  11. Tower

Film, radio and television[edit]

  1. Film
    1. Animation
    2. Silent film
    3. Studio system
  2. Radio
  3. Television

Music[edit]

  1. Music
  2. Compact disc
  3. Song
  4. Specific music genres
    1. Classical music
      1. Opera
      2. Symphony
    2. Folk music
      1. Gamelan
      2. Indian classical music
    3. Jazz
    4. Pop music
    5. Reggae
    6. Rhythm and blues
      1. Soul music
    7. Rock and roll
      1. Heavy metal music
  5. Specific musical instruments
    1. Drum
    2. Flute
    3. Guitar
    4. Piano
    5. String instrument
    6. Trumpet
    7. Violin

Recreation[edit]

  1. Recreation
  2. Entertainment
  3. Game
    1. Backgammon
    2. Chess
    3. Draughts
    4. Go (board game)
    5. Mancala
    6. Playing card
  4. Gambling
  5. Leisure
  6. Martial arts
    1. Judo
  7. Olympic Games
  8. Party
  9. Sport
    1. American football
    2. Auto racing
      1. Formula One
    3. Badminton
    4. Baseball
    5. Basketball
    6. Cricket
    7. Fencing
    8. Football (soccer)
    9. Ice hockey
    10. Lacrosse
    11. Rugby football
    12. Tennis
    13. Volleyball
    14. Water polo
    15. Wrestling
    16. Athletics
  10. FIFA World Cup
  11. Toy

Religion[edit]

  1. Religion
  2. Astrology
  3. Deity
    1. God
  4. Festival
  5. Holiday
  6. Mythology
    1. Greek mythology
  7. Religious philosophies
    1. Agnosticism
    2. Atheism
    3. Fundamentalism
  8. Soul
  9. Specific religions
    1. Bahá'í Faith
      1. Báb
      2. Bahá'u'lláh
    2. Buddhism
      1. Gautama Buddha
    3. Christianity
      1. Bible
      2. Church
      3. Jesus
      4. Pope
      5. Protestantism
      6. Roman Catholic Church
      7. Trinity
    4. Confucianism
      1. Confucius
    5. Hinduism
      1. Bhadavad Gita
      2. Brahma
      3. Brahman
      4. Shiva
      5. Upanishad
      6. Veda
      7. Vedanta
      8. Vishnu
      9. Yoga
    6. Islam
      1. Ali
      2. Allah
      3. Mosque
      4. Muhammad
      5. Qur'an
      6. Shi'a Islam
      7. Sufism
      8. Sunni Islam
      9. Umar
    7. Jainism
    8. Judaism
      1. Abraham
      2. Moses
      3. Torah
      4. Talmud
    9. Shinto
    10. Sikhism
      1. Guru Nanak Dev
    11. Taoism
      1. Laozi
    12. Unitarianism
    13. Voodoo
    14. Zoroastrianism
      1. Zoroaster
  10. Spirituality

Philosophy[edit]

  1. Philosophy
    1. Eastern philosophy
    2. Western philosophy
  2. Aesthetics
  3. Beauty
  4. Ethics
  5. Existence
  6. Experience
  7. Feminism
  8. Free will
  9. Humanism
  10. Knowledge
  11. Logic
  12. Metaphysics
  13. Morality
  14. Reality
  15. Truth

Science[edit]

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

  1. Science
  2. Scientific method

Astronomy[edit]

  1. Astronomy
  2. Asteroid
  3. Big Bang
  4. Black hole
  5. Comet
  6. Galaxy
    1. Milky Way
  7. Light year
  8. Moon
  9. Planet
    1. Earth
    2. Jupiter
    3. Mars
    4. Mercury
    5. Neptune
    6. Pluto
    7. Saturn
    8. Uranus
    9. Venus
  10. Solar system
  11. Star
    1. Sun
  12. Universe

Biology[edit]

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

Biological processes[edit]

  1. Metabolism
    1. Digestion
      1. Excretion
    2. Photosynthesis
    3. Respiration (physiology)
  2. Evolution
    1. Human 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

Anatomy[edit]

  1. Anatomy
  2. Cell
  3. Circulatory system
    1. Blood
    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 medicine[edit]

  1. Medicine
  2. Addiction
    1. Alcoholism
      1. Cirrhosis
    2. Drug addiction
  3. Cancer
    1. Lung cancer
  4. Cholera
  5. Dentistry
  6. Diabetes mellitus
  7. Disability
    1. Blindness
    2. Hearing impairment
    3. Mental illness
  8. Disease
  9. Drugs
    1. Caffeine
    2. Cannabis
    3. Cocaine
    4. Ethanol
    5. Nicotine
      1. Tobacco
    6. Opium
  10. Dysentery
  11. Health
  12. Heart disease
  13. Hypertension
  14. Malaria
  15. Malnutrition
  16. Obesity
  17. Pneumonia
  18. Sexually transmitted disease
    1. AIDS
    2. Syphilis
  19. Stroke
  20. Tuberculosis
  21. Virus
    1. Influenza
      1. H5N1
    2. Smallpox

Organisms[edit]

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

Chemistry[edit]

  1. Chemistry
  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. Lithium
    11. Neon
    12. Nitrogen
    13. Oxygen
    14. Silver
    15. Tin
    16. Zinc
  5. Metal
    1. Alloy
      1. Brass
      2. Bronze
      3. 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 geology[edit]

  1. Avalanche
  2. Climate
    1. ENSO
    2. Global warming
  3. Earthquake
  4. Geology
    1. Mineral
      1. Diamond
      2. Limestone
    2. Plate tectonics
    3. Rock
      1. Basalt
      2. Flint
  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

Physics[edit]

  1. Physics
  2. Acceleration
  3. Atom
    1. Electron
    2. Neutron
    3. Proton
  4. Energy
    1. Electromagnetic radiation
      1. Infrared
      2. Visual spectrum
        1. Black
        2. Color
          1. Blue
          2. Green
          3. Red
          4. Yellow
        3. White
      3. Ultraviolet
      4. Gamma ray
  5. Force
    1. Electromagnetism
    2. Gravitation
    3. Nuclear force
  6. Isotope
  7. Light
  8. Mass
  9. Molecule
  10. Quantum mechanics
  11. Sound
  12. Speed
  13. Theory of relativity
  14. Time
  15. Velocity
  16. Weight

Timekeeping[edit]

  1. Calendar
    1. Chinese calendar
    2. Gregorian calendar
  2. Day
  3. Month
    1. January
    2. February
    3. March
    4. April
    5. May
    6. June
    7. July
    8. August
    9. September
    10. October
    11. November
    12. December
  4. Time zone
    1. Daylight saving time
  5. Week
  6. Year
    1. Leap year

Technology[edit]

  1. Technology
  2. Biotechnology
  3. Clothing
    1. Cotton
  4. Coinage
  5. Engineering
    1. Inclined plane
    2. Lever
    3. Pulley
    4. Screw
    5. Wedge
    6. Wheel
  6. Irrigation
    1. Plough
  7. Knife
  8. Metallurgy
  9. Nanotechnology

Communication[edit]

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

Electronics[edit]

  1. Electronics
    1. Capacitance
    2. Gain
    3. Charge
    4. Current (electricity)
    5. Electrical resistance
    6. Frequency
    7. Inductance
    8. Reactance
  2. Components
    1. Capacitor
    2. Inductor
    3. Transistor
    4. Diode
    5. Resistor
    6. Transformer

Computers and Internet[edit]

  1. Computer
    1. Boot loader
    2. Hard disk
    3. Motherboard
    4. Processor
    5. RAM
  2. Artificial Intelligence
  3. Computer science
    1. Algorithm
  4. Information technology
  5. Internet
    1. E-mail
    2. Internet protocol
    3. TCP
    4. World Wide Web
      1. Web browser
    5. HTTP
    6. HTML
  6. Operating system
    1. Linux
    2. Mac OS
    3. Microsoft Windows
    4. Unix
  7. Programming language
    1. BASIC
    2. C++
    3. Java programming language
    4. PHP
  8. Software
  9. User interface
    1. Keyboard
    2. Monitor
    3. Mouse (computing)

Raw materials and energy[edit]

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

Transportation[edit]

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

Weapons[edit]

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

Foodstuffs[edit]

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

Beverages[edit]

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

Mathematics[edit]

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

Measurement and units[edit]

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