Your post has been processed. Refresh the page to view.
You can get feedback if you sign in or sign up with WebRing!
|Start a New Thread
A sampling from our Member Sites(s) Use the link above to review/visit
Earthquake Pictures from Historical Events
Pictures and descriptions from two major quakes, showcasing the aftermath and resulting features from a Geologic and Geographic perspective.
Fine Structure Constant, alpha
Solution to a 20th century mystery. Feynman's conjecture of a relation between alpha, the fine structure constant, and pi. The formula for alpha and some of its consequences.
Soap Bubbles - Some Squeaky Clean Science Fun!
Visit Soap Bubbles to learn the chemistry involved in the making of soap. Learn about soap additives such as rosin, sodium silicate, borax, naphtha, washing soda, and bleach, and about the fabrics they treat. Get out your chemistry set to test the soaps in your home. And btw, why does that bar of soap float? Complete text on-line with study questions and clickable links%
Executive briefing on Theory of Relativity
Formulated to cut right through the haze, here Einstein's Theory of Relativity is elucidated to net satisfaction on a single page, in regular language, without any math. The essay especially illuminates how the Universe would be reductio ad absurdum without relativity.
YupRocks.com - Mineral, Fossil, and Earthquake Pictures
Hundreds of mineral, fossil, and earthquake pictures. Photographs of beautiful specimens and pictures of the basic rock types and minerals. Browse our galleries and enjoy the aesthetic value of rocks and minerals.
Click here to preview and visit the 11 member sites in
Fun Science Ring.