Expressions: Exploring the World of Optics and Microscopy. This website
features acclaimed photo galleries that open up the unseen world of optical
microscopy. Everything from protons and plants to insects, parasites, and
ceramic superconductors are explored. Many exhibits are interactive. You
will have to delve down through a few links to get to interesting material,
but it is worth it. The
Powers of Ten exhibit is a good starting place.
of the Day Spectacular photographs of our universe annotated by
professional astronomers. Also, browse the extensive archive of online
Google Search Engine
Great for scouring the web for text, images, interest groups, and
late-breaking news. Subject
groups are also categorized into an easy to browse directory structure.
Books Delivered If you are an ardent reader, then this is the
place to find reasonably priced books.
The Nizkor Project
An in-depth analysis of the Nazi Holocaust. Amateur historians will find this
Pull your computer in here and give it several diagnostic tests, a tune-up,
and recommendations for performance and security enhancements.
The Ultimate Reference
Desk Here you will find dictionaries, news, facts, puzzles, search
engines, encyclopedias, advice, maps, just for fun!, and more . . . .
BearShare P2P File procurer Get started sharing files (and possibly music) over the Internet.
Peer 2 Peer networks work best with a broadband Internet connection, but it will
still work with a slower
speed connection. And the best thing about it: it is FREE, unless you want to upgrade
to BearShare Pro and, for a reasonable fee, do away with the advertisements.
& Stevens Historical Photo Collection presented by Seattle's Museum
of History and Industry. (Click inside the MOHAI'S Seattle and King County
Box, then enter "Webster" or "Stevens") Photographs of
the Pacific Northwest region from the
late 19th to mid 20th century, with emphasis on the Seattle, Washington area. Nice
Castle Ed Leedskalnin said he knew the secrets of how they
built the pyramids. So, Ed, at 5ft. and 100 lbs., crafted, single handedly,
a Florida castle from thousands of tons of dense coral.
Modern engineers are stymied as to how he carved out and transported the
multi-ton blocks and compare his monumental accomplishment to Stonehenge or the ancient
pyramids. When asked, Ed said, "I understand the laws of weight and
GRC Shields Up
Do you wonder if hackers have been fooling around inside your box (computer)? Or, if your computer is less
than safe while logged on to the Internet? Check your Internet security vulnerabilities
here. Free security scan with loads of information and recommendations.
Dr. J. Larry Stockton's potpourri links page to everything you ever wanted to
know about Japan.
Hard Labor Photos Lewis Hine documented the plight of laboring
children during the Victorian and Edwardian eras in America. His pictures
helped turn the tide against abuse of children in the workplace. (follow the
links: Occupations - States - How much did they Earn? above the
Ghosts stories, cryptozoology, UFOs, mysteries and the unknown. It's all
here. I particularly like browsing the TRUE ghost stories under Ghosts
and Hauntings\Real Ghost Experiences. If your inventory of scary tales
just isn't working with the children or grandkids like they used to, then
here is your source for new material--guaranteed to get results!
Most of us can't make it to where all the masterworks are exhibited;
however, this is the next best alternative. Search by artist, title, museum,
movement, medium, subject, or nationality. Great site for art aficionados.
Weeks to a Better Back is an E-book by Dr. John Chiu. This is a great
online book about back pain relief from a leading Neurosurgeon. Back pain
strikes everyone at some time in their lives. This guide will show you how
to prevent it, or deal with it.
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