waves in Hawaii. If you can find it, watch the TV program
Seven things to know about
Leon's latest article.
Viagra for women.
K.D. This is
Now here is something more interesting than just the
usual silliness that comes from this man.
The Feynman Group.
I'm a complete Beatles nut-job. Mr. Steve sent me
Yvonne Fulbright is a babe and I read this
column all the time.
FarmVille. I need more friends
and hope someone sends me some more animals.
Robert Crumb was
statement from CERN
concerning the Higgs Boson.
Something odd happening
Chinese software pirates.
Steve sent me an article about using
eye's to control software.
Here's the governments new site about cloud computing.
This seems important too. The
Here's an article about
Motors without moving parts.Thanks Steve! Absolutely cool, I
want to build one!
Hey! This is something weird;
Sounds like a movie.
This looks like a pretty cool deal to backup your pc:
This page has some really
cool videos of dogs.
His theory of Everything.
Her size matters too.
Device allows tongues to
links to miniature motors on youtube. 1)
World's Smallest Supercharged V8, 2)
V 12 Model motor RC Engine, 3)
Worlds Smallest Running Chevy V-8
Skepticism in Science (Thank's Stevo!)
Service Dogs for Vets.
Steveís bitchin about
Iíve always suspected this
about our cats.
NASA may have found the
missing moon tapes.
The Lunacy of Our Retreat from Space
Planck Spacecraft is very cold. (Thank's Garet!)
T-Boon slowing down his
Texas Panhandle wind farm.
A new operating system from
The science of guessing SSNs.
LRO reaches the moon.
Nixon tapes to be
Beetlejuise is starting to
Now here's a
really cool site. It's a reverse image look up. Upload a
and it's tell you where that image appears on the internet.
survivor of the
A story about a
Giant Laser Reactor
trying to attain nuclear fusion.
Alien space craft may have tried to
blob has been found.
Here's a silly little place to visit.
A Student in The Colony wins the
National Geography Bee.
Awkward Family Photos
is stuck in the sand.
poem for auction
Bonnie and Clyde
remembered at festival.
This is a very cool
picture of the
This is an interesting
Mingering Mike. Itís
this dude that made a bunch of imaginary albums, back in the 60s.
The Winkler Post.
This is incredibly cool.
More Math Methods
Obamas First 100 days
This was an interesting find. Cathy sent this
link to me. I've been there before because I downloaded that
"greatest baseball play in history".
I find intimate details of things in which people are interested,
fascinating. It's incredible that people have this knowledge.
Clear Sky Clock.
Cool dogs. Check out the
National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network.
Eaaakkkk! They are cloning
New State Dinosaur.
Chow Rescue in West Texas.
Swiss using Google Earth to find pot. Isn't technology cool!
LHC will NOT destroy the earth.
Intersting Q&A about companies and hiring employees.
You decide where hubble looks.
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,484926,00.html Zombie Warning.
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,484326,00.html Career Changes.
http://www.krysstal.com/physics.html#quantum Google's new
More crazy news from the
Galileo to be exhumed for eye
Stevo sent me a link to an article about the
West Texas oil bidness.
Holographic images : 2d to 3d imagery
Link to feynmans art.
Hubble sees something weird.
Crayon Physics Game.
Neil Degrass-Tyson is coming to
Arlington in February. It's free!
Pet Names from 2008.
Weird Science Stories.
Magnetic Field Hole Could Cripple Communications
Real-Life 'DaVinci Code' Found on Back of
Water on the moon
Here's a link to a description of
A cool description of the
development of mechanics.
Here's a link to some great recipes.
Garet sent me some cool stuff to see through a telescope.
The Shiba Inu Puppy Cam.
This is a story about Jaguar; a supercomputer from
Absolutely one of the best card tricks I've ever seen.
Sam the Bellhop.
My friend Samir sent me this link to a book about
Garet sent me this link to
Steven Hawking retires.
Dog caught by fishermen.
This is an article about one of my favorite banjo players.
Here's an article about Quantum Encryption.
Nobel Prize in Physics
Here's something interesting.
I like this.
Made in the USA: Spoiled brats
Some information about physicist,
I'm glad someone
other than myself has thought about traffic like this. Due to my
incredibly laziness I never took it this far but I've always intended to
analyze the dynamics of traffic.
Here's some speech to text products.
Research Lab, Inc.
Now this is one cool r/c aircraft.
This is the new Google
Knol which is a rival to wikipedia.
Nature of Law
Variable physical laws
University of Auckland
Richard Feynman Colloquium Ė
The Strong Interaction
Feynman Lectures on Physics
The Open Learning Initiative at Carnegie Mellon
The Net Advance of Physics
Biographies of Mathematicians
This is the root page to the Least Action link I gave on the line
before. A nice overview of the
fundamental concepts of physics.
Principle of Least Action from The University of Texas
Art Forgery 101
Computer Display Technology
something you dont hear of everyday.
Found this while reading about the Zero Point Field.
Leon Hale has been
flying around in one of these.
Legend J3 Cub
Okay, so I'm reading about the Principle of Least Action and I find this
really cool description of how mirrors really work. Its a bit of a
tedious read but well worth the effort.
Why do hurricanes rotate? The Coriolis
Why is the sky blue?
I' tell ya some "what", if a
person wanted to really study the world and all of its strange reality,
this would be a
great reference for google searches.
This is a link to a recording of
the Beatles that is being auctioned off.
reason I think this link may be important to me someday in the future.
This is a cool ecard place. spooky sent me a newspaper card from
here once that was absolutely brilliant.
While reading about The Principle of Least Action I found this link.
Enter your last name and
this site will display the usage of your name in all the states.
Forum page about
Kermit, Texas Look for me. I post there from time to time..
This is an satellite image of
Hilltop, north of Kermit Texas. in our youth. me and Don spent
a bit of time contemplating the mysteries life on numerous occasion late
at nigh at this old abandoned well location. Zoom out and you can
see the town of Kermit.
New Natural Wonders
Native American Press
Symmetry in Physics
Physics - Explain it in 60 Seconds
Sex in Space
West Texas Pets
Wave Theory of Sound
Wave Theory of Light
Two Travel Links...
I may have listed this before...
ZipCodeZoo lists species by zip code
Very cool new R/C 1st Person Camera
More News from CERN lol
Scientific Misconduct (This is just what I'm talking about y'all.)
Exceptionally cool NASA photos
Big Milestone in Computer Science
Interesting Lighthouse story
The double-slit experiment.
This is a cool site of archived Einstein documents.
Einstein site at
A link about the speed of gravity.
equals M C Squared
More about observations changing the thing being observed.
Why Hubble's clear images are challenging quantum theory.
Here's an animation about Phoenix on YouTube:
Phoenix Lander website.
amazing world of the Telectroscope:
More on global warming:
I always said I was waiting for the 9-pin D Connector directly to the
Drawings of apparatuses used in physics experiments.
Java Applets on Physics
UCLA Physics Applets
MIT Open Courseware. Free classes.
This is an interesting link about Feynman with many links at the bottom
of the page.
Open Source Notepad.
Messier's Catalog of Nebulae and Star
from the disk drives on the space shuttle Columbia.
Abby Hoffmann Death
Here's a story about some hurricane dude who's catching hell about his
scientific position on global warming.
...and this update
Here's a link to a youtube video
about Relativity Theory. (And you thought I just made up all that stuff
This is a cool site for a Dallas robot club.
More robot stuff.
I've been looking at controller
boards for robots.
If you were into particle physics
you would know what's special about this. Higgs Boson
The Robot Hall of Fame. I think its very fitting that this comes
to us from Carnegie Mellon.
Weird sex laws. I've got a
friend in Minnesota that has some 'splaining to do.
American Livestock Breeds
This is a cool thing
about how and why the earth has different seasons.
For those of you who
have seen the NAPA commercial where Michael Waltrip is sitting there
signing autographs and the die-cast car collector dumps a bunch of parts
on the table for Mikey to sign, here's a clip of that wreck at Bristol.
The weather channel dude to sue Al Gore?
It seems research
shows that 90% of native Americans can be linked to one of 6 women.
This looks pretty
interesting. Its about audio-illusions. I need to find my
headphones and try them out.
Here's a cool story
white killer whale they found in Alaska.
A new photograph of Helen Keller.
Leon Hale is going to the movies.
This is an old postcard site. I haven't looked
around there a lot but from what I see it looks pretty cool.
And if you are interested in what an attosecond is,
here's another link.
Metacafe has some great how-to videos.
A sink hole that appeared outside of my hometown about
the time I graduated from high school. Me and a friend of mine
climbed down into this sink hole and painted our names on the side of
Classification of Tigers.
High Wheels game. I love the music on this game.
It calms me down.
I'm fascinated by how we all communicate. It
will be my dissertation subject if I ever get a roundtoit.
This is a great body painting site.
Here's a Leon article with a reference to me.
This is a great Leon Hale. Its the annual search for Spring.
Food stuff from Leon. I should steal this recipe ;-)
Here's a cool link to an article about Feynman's
Vote for the new Texas license plate. Apparently
there's so many people in Texas now that they're having to increase the
number of digits on our plates.
Go here and enter your zip code. It will query
up all the demographics about that area:
This weeks Leon Hale.
This was interesting; about how the brain works.
I've been reading Leon Hale for almost 20 years.
I love this dude. I've even been mentioned in a couple of his articles.
Interesting Idea to lock in a buy-back for electronic
gadgets. This may become another option when purchasing gadgets
along with the service plan.
Send a text message question to 242242 (CHACHA), and your answer will
come back within an average of 3 minutes. Starting spring of 2008, the
company plans to begin charging for the service, 5 to 10 dollars a
month. ChaCha is free for now, but the company plans to start
charging $5 to $10 a month, after 10 free queries, starting in the
Fox story about DNA testing. I had to look up some forensics
information. I'd never read much about it.
Banjo Hangout looks like a cool banjo site with lots of tabs available.
A left/right brain thing.