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Do a WEB search for anything wacky and your site'll always be there! Love the Tesla coil stuff; shame everyone seems to be American, but I'm sure there are some Brits out there!
Gary Metalle <gary.metalle@virgin.net>
Swindon, Wilts, UK - Sunday, October 25, 1998 at 10:32:51 (PST)
Puss och Kram frĺn bara mig... Bye!!! ///////Vickis
Viktoria Svangren <wix_blue_x_tra@hotmail.com>
Hallstahammar, Sverige - Monday, October 19, 1998 at 12:49:58 (PDT)
The end of the world is nigh. Bad things are gonna happen and we are all going to have to eat worms and dirt for months. That is, unless you get culled in the first wave. So everybody should just be cool to everybody else because when theres no food left you might have to ask for some worms from someone you dissed and they won't want to share and you'll go hungry. Nice web sight, sorry if I ruined you day
Linden <fin@hotkey.net.au>
hicksville, v Australia - Saturday, October 17, 1998 at 21:06:04 (PDT)
I realy liked your site I got some neat Ideas of my own. Everyone enjoyed the things I made. I would really like to see more of this site. Thank you.
Arthur Gunn <mail@gunn.co.nz>
Dunedin, Otago New Zealand - Friday, October 16, 1998 at 16:05:31 (PDT)
This didn't help me at all. Man I wish I danced with asia!
garet schinder <hao233@aol.com>
ponte vedra, USA - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 14:33:24 (PDT)
Cool web page!
Silly <bolinn@mediaone.com>
greke, germany - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 14:09:26 (PDT)
Do you have any info on rocks,minerals,&crystals?Can you e-mail me immediately please? Thank you. It will be a big help for my science expo project. Courtney E. Reynolds
Courtney Reynolds <poco46@bellsouth.net>
Panama City, Fl USA - Tuesday, October 06, 1998 at 19:52:13 (PDT)
It's just a great page with great projects... I'm really very happy that i found it. Thanx for helping me and others like me to discover the beneficts and the joys of the science...
Pedro Alves <ee98075@tom.fe.up.pt>
Viana do Castelo, Portugal - Monday, October 05, 1998 at 04:51:00 (PDT)
Does this place give you step to step instructions???? please email me! Thanx Amber
Amber Olivas <crazy_girl_26@hotmail.com>
Lovington, NM USA - Wednesday, September 30, 1998 at 15:13:20 (PDT)
cool page it's helped me a lot!!!!!!BYE
Candace <Dariaszoe@hotmail.com>
SC USA - Wednesday, September 30, 1998 at 13:59:34 (PDT)
Your web page did not really help me, but it is possible that kids in younger grade could find some fantastic project that they will probably ace!!!!
ashlee
G'VILLE, FL USA - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 at 13:33:36 (PDT)
dis page is da dumbest thing... payce..
USA - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 at 08:28:22 (PDT)
Do u have that much time on your hands to make this web page only one thing came to mind when I saw this web page " LOSER"!!!! U Sux
Al Cholalic
Sandwich, Ill USA - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 at 08:09:27 (PDT)
I NEW TO ELECTRONICS, AND I ENJOY IT VERY VERY MUCH. I'M LOOKING FOR A SITE OR A BOOK WITH TONS OF PROJECTS, ANY IDEA'S ????
ANTHONY <DUHBOMB@PRODIGY.NET>
VICTORVILLE, CA USA - Saturday, September 26, 1998 at 18:43:15 (PDT)
This is a fabulous page. It has so much that will be useful for me. Thanks!
Kyle Kaalberg <kaalberg@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu>
Iowa City, IA USA - Saturday, September 26, 1998 at 12:41:23 (PDT)
Wow! Mr. Beaty, your page is absolutely amazing in scope. I've often read and bookmarked pages on the http://www.eskimocom server that talked about cool science experiments and phenomena, but I only recently realized that it was one person behind all of the pages. Great job!
Jason Alderman <jasonald@geocities.com>
San Angelo, TX USA - Saturday, September 26, 1998 at 08:11:19 (PDT)
I love this page, I am very interested in Teslas' experiments, When I was 14 I tried to build a Cyclotron, didnt succeed, but had fun trying, I'll keep looking!!
Rick Sellers <RSellers@Highland.net>
Pine Knot, Ky USA - Tuesday, September 22, 1998 at 21:26:45 (PDT)
WHEN I WAS YOUNGER I HAD A ABOUT 18 INCH WOODGRAINED FIXTURE THAT HAD A FLUORESCENT BLACKLIGHT TUBE, LOOK ORDINARY, THE KNOB ON THE SIDE WOULD CAUSE THE BL TO STROBE / FLASH. THE RATE WAS VARIBLE 1 TO ABOUT 30 OR FLASHES PER SECOND. I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE ONE OR BUILD IT CAN YOU HELP ME? HDAVIDK at AOLcom THANKS FOR ANY HELP. PS LET ME KNOW OF A LINK OR PURCHASE PRICE FOR A UNIT OR PLANS...DAVID
david k. <hdavidk@aol.com>
st louis, mo USA - Monday, September 21, 1998 at 10:31:57 (PDT)
HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! we are from the suburbs of London ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~great ideas!!!! everyone in london absolutely loves science ESPECIALLY US!!!!!!!!!!!! ```````````
emma and victoria <rjy2m!1****gfjsnhr.com>
London, England - Friday, September 18, 1998 at 10:44:49 (PDT)
I wish I had the time to really explore the site, but truly interesting concept and well organized
J. Long <long1@idt.net>
Houston, TX USA - Thursday, September 17, 1998 at 12:50:59 (PDT)
I found your site very interesting. I am plannig to build a tesla coil but i need some advice. Should I use a rotary spark gap or a stationary spark gap? I have been told that a rotary spark gap produces a larger spark but from the pictures i've seen, tesla coils with stationary spark gaps are actually larger than the rotary spark gaps. Also, do I need any oil-burner ignitors? Where do I get them? People just say that you can get them for practicaly nothing, but i just dont know where to ge t some. I know Radio Shack dosn't have them.
Adam Beeler <Knobguy@aol.com>
Bexley, OH USA - Tuesday, September 15, 1998 at 16:45:23 (PDT)
This is not an ad, but this site (see URL) was my science project in 1969-1973. It won 1st at regional and state fairs, HM at the international fair, as well as several Kodak awards and others not to be mentioned. Photography is fair to good. I jus t want kids doing projects to take a look see. They can E-MAIL me if they want to ask any questions.
Michael Sisk <MSisk90895@AOL.COM>
Jacksonville, Fl USA - Monday, September 14, 1998 at 23:01:59 (PDT)
I hate SCIENCE PAGES.. This sucks along with all the rest of themm.... Thanks..
This Sucks..
Canada - Saturday, September 12, 1998 at 11:52:31 (PDT)
Is it dangerous at all to put buring objects such as candels ect. in a operational microwave???
tyler brown <trigger_happy_76@hotmail.com>
USA - Monday, September 07, 1998 at 14:12:01 (PDT)
I have been trying to find information about static electricity in humans. I don't mean the static when you brush your hair. I'm talking about what causes street lights to blink out when a person drives or walks by them, only to come back on after they pass. There are other strange things that happen to family members that we would like to find out if they are associated with static electricity and the cause of this much power emitting from the human body. Any suggestions?
Jane <jstout@xanadu2.net>
USA - Friday, September 04, 1998 at 19:26:41 (PDT)
I have been trying to find the EVGRAY.ASC page the link seem not be working Question Does any one know the page address if it is still up?? Are you aware of any one working with or developing any energy machines?? [yes, go here] Or do you know of any inventors that are looking for funding so they can make and market thier machine?? The reason that I am asking this is because we are looking for such a produt to help make avalible to comsumers. Thank you for any help that you may be able to give me Ron Hammar
Ron Hammar <RHammar860@AOL.com>
Redding , ca USA - Friday, September 04, 1998 at 17:07:50 (PDT)
check out http://library.advanced.org/16132 "Natural Disasters: Destructive Forces of Nature. This site includes information on seven different disasters, as well as many fun interactivity features. Stop by and sign the guestbook. Thanks a lot! David Gunther <GUMPD@worldnet.att.net>
Yorktown, NY USA - Friday, September 04, 1998 at 07:32:07 (PDT)
AWESOME SITE !!! Fun, useless knowledge .... I love it! This is a perfect site for people that just want to know why! Thank you ... Thank you ... Thank you!
Bridgette Yerkes <Byerkes@Ameritech.net>
Chicago, IL USA - Wednesday, September 02, 1998 at 08:37:46 (PDT)
Iam looking for data on the amount of electricty it takes to arc between two 4 inch diameter balls spaced at 1/2 inch marks up to 3 1/2 inches..They are in air. thanks dean thatcher..check out my 180,000 volt mechanical rectifier called the snook rectifier switch..
Dean Thatcher <thatcher@mddc.com>
Creston, Ia USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 09:47:32 (PDT)
NICE WEB PAGE !!!
ford50mus <ford50mus@aol.com>
USA - Thursday, August 20, 1998 at 09:02:41 (PDT)
I loved your site. It was superb. It will really help me with my science project.
(not revealing it :) ) <CALJdays@aol.com>
Indianapolis, IN USA - Wednesday, August 19, 1998 at 18:01:33 (PDT)

K I L L E R S I T E !!

Bill, youre an inspiration to MadSci fans and experimenters everywhere ! The altair.org webpage follows your general theme and principles. We have been up only 4 months, but keep your eye in your rear view mirror ....

Will payne <altair@altair.org>
Atlanta, GA USA - Wednesday, August 19, 1998 at 07:50:51 (PDT)
One of the more fascinating Web pages I have ever run across. Thanks so much for it! I have my doubts you will ever see this, contending as you are with the E-mail jam!
R. G. Spindler, M.D. <spindoc@digital.net>
Sebring, FL USA - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 05:48:49 (PDT)
The URL is for those with an interest in human behavior and an ability to tolerate matrix algebra.
Karl Eklund <karlek@ix.netcom.com>
Berkley, MA USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 04:07:51 (PDT)
My favorite site- visit it very often.
Justin carmichael <curtis@monad.net>
Rindge, NH USA - Saturday, August 15, 1998 at 18:07:44 (PDT)
I have been asked a question by a student for which I do not have sufficient technical expertise. Can anyone please tell me, when is the risk of Electrostatic discharge (ESD) greatest: During Cold dry, Cold wet, Hot dry, Hot wet: Also Just before a thunderstorm or during a thunderstorm. Apparently he was asked these two questions during a multi choice examination. I tried to think this through, but as I am only a Physiologist my logic is bound to be flawed: I thought that the likelihood of a charge arcing through air would most likely occur in cold and wet conditions. Due to the moisture in the air and more closely packed molecules due to the cold reducing the resistance to movement, thus increasing the chance of electrical discharge. As for during or just before a thunder storm. I thought that just prior to a thunderstorm, the residual charge in the air would be greatest due to the nature of storms; as such this would increase the likelihood of static discharge, as only small increases in to the residual charge in the air would be sufficient to produce an arc. None of the literature I have seen addresses this point and I am concerned that i give my student the correct answer. Thanking you in advance. David Brookfield
David Brookfield <brooky@gtspartner.com>
London, UK - Tuesday, August 11, 1998 at 01:29:48 (PDT)
Great site. Anyone know where I can buy a Jacob's Ladder. Preferably from catalog or the Net
Mike Griffith <griffith@nque.com>
Cozad, NE USA - Friday, August 07, 1998 at 15:21:29 (PDT)
I think that the whole "No pointy edges on a capacitor" thing is directly related to the streams of ion wind effect. Is there an easy way to detect this? Smoke? Dry ice in a pan isn't too apealing. I don't have easy access to dry ice. Has anyone looked for one of these "wind beams" on a pointed Tesla Coil? I'd imagine that it would be huge, at least by comparison to the 5kv-off-the-finger-tips variety.
Mark Storer <mstorer@adobe.com>
Kalamazoo, MI USA - Thursday, August 06, 1998 at 13:45:36 (PDT)
I just wanted to say this page ROCKS!!!! I've seen many Other weird science pages and am a regular on keelynet and I must say as far as real info and projects this place rocks.
Sean O'Grady <am926@hwcn.org>
Hamilton, ON Canada - Wednesday, August 05, 1998 at 21:05:03 (PDT)
Brilliant site. I needed resources for a project on aeroplane wings and was running out of time. I found LOADS of interesting stuff here. Especially the common misconceptions bit. The site is bookmarked for futre science use!
Sascha Beaumont <supersnork@conk.com>
ChCh, CANTY New Zealand - Friday, July 31, 1998 at 16:49:55 (PDT)
Thanks for helping me get my daughter interested in Science. The resources are great!
Mona & Victoria Wagner < protv@lcc.net>
Huntsville, Tx USA - Friday, July 31, 1998 at 13:26:37 (PDT)
I was trying to find some information on Sound for an assignment, and I didn't have a lot of time, mabye there is a quicker way to search if so can someone tell me. GREAT SITE
Ali Howe <ahow2@students.bendigo.latrobe.edu.au>
Bendigo, VICTORIA Australia - Thursday, July 30, 1998 at 21:52:04 (PDT)
This is one of the best sites I've ever ran into. I really wish I had access to this information when I was akid. I've created a few links to this site on my page sine I like it so much. It seems as though we bothfeel the same about cynical scepticism!
Randy Lejeune <rlejeune@geocities.com>
Baton Rouge, LA USA - Wednesday, July 29, 1998 at 11:20:20 (PDT)
I'm just surfin', don't mind me!
Sarah Rogers <saucy4@hotmail.com>
Wentzville, MO USA - Friday, July 24, 1998 at 21:02:36 (PDT)
YOUR SHOW IS THE BEST. I WATCH IT EVERYDAY AT 12:30, ON SPACE
CHINBINDER ACHMAD
ASHKJASHD, QZ PAKISTAN - Wednesday, July 22, 1998 at 11:09:42 (PDT)
I only wish there had been a site like yours when I was a kid. I have been a teacher's aid in science and math with special education and "at risk" kids. Some of these "projects" have really let these kids know that science is fun. I have given your address to many of my teachers. As for me, I have just one word to discribe this site. "WOW!!" and thanks.
Neil D. Jones <njones@tir.com>
Flint, MI USA - Wednesday, July 22, 1998 at 05:58:26 (PDT)
Great website,I love the stuff on lasers and unconventional physic. Keep up the good work!
Matthew Curlis <nalec@bigpond.com>
Melbourne, Australia - Tuesday, July 21, 1998 at 23:21:47 (PDT)
I think your articles on electricity are great! Are there similar articles somewhere on magnetism?
gary sn odgrass <snodgrass@nv.doe.gov>
las vegas, nv USA - Tuesday, July 21, 1998 at 15:30:38 (PDT)
LASERS! Could anyone give me some ideas on how to build and demonstrate how a lasers works. Needed for my grade 7 science project. THANKS SO MUCH TO ANY-ONE WHO IS WILLING TO HELP!
David Patterson <joshpat@csolve.net>
Elmvale, Canada - Monday, July 20, 1998 at 03:38:58 (PDT)
BILL SINCE FINDING YOUR PAGE ABOUT A 1 1/2 YEARS AGO I HAVE BUILT A WHIMSHURST GENERATOR AND A HE/NE LASER. I WISH WE HAD THE INTERNET WHEN I WAS GROWNING UP. YOUR PAGE HELPED TO DEVELOPE THE "SCIENTIST" IN ME. REALLY APPRECIATE ALL YOU'VE DONE.
BEST REGARDS, PAUL PEROTTI

PAUL PEROTTI <FIELDSF@MCI.COM>
SAN FRANCISCO, CA USA - Thursday, July 16, 1998 at 09:58:51 (PDT)
My colleague and I wish to develop a Very Simple Maglev train, if anyone has some info on propulsion. Please email me I will trade Cold Fusion Reactor Plans!!!!
Adam Nammari <azn6168@unix.tamu.edu>
USA - Monday, July 13, 1998 at 19:12:51 (PDT)
Interesting website.liked the articles on electricity.good reading
John Osborne <osbornejohn@hotmail.com>
wakefield, Yorkshire United Kingdom - Monday, July 13, 1998 at 13:58:55 (PDT)
Aw, c'mon Bill, say you're not serious with your "simple" cure for traffic jams. Surely you just posted this in order to invite people to poke holes in this preposterous piece of illogic. No doubt your head has become muddled while sitting still, frustrated in that jam on the I-5. My guess is that your scheme would result in traffic coming to a complete standstill, but that everyone would be able to change lanes as often as he wishes, as long as he willing to back up. Of course, this is just a guess, but then so are the results of your proposed scenario. Unless, of course, you have the results of an experiment where you have convinced thousands of people to behave in the manner you prescribe. Naturally, you don't have such experimental results, because the only way to modify the driving habits of this many people would be through the use of somewhat draconian coercion. One must always be suspicious of simple solutions to complex problems of human behaviour, especially when it involves surrendering rational self-interest to "altruistic" methods whose results are doubtful. In reality, what we have here is a simplified model of capitalism versus socialism and I think the experimental results are fairly conclusive when it comes to these two systems. I therefore suggest you put the atruistic traffic on the left and the self-interest traffic on the right on your animated web page. Actually, there are a few experimentally proven methods of reducing traffic jams. I travel a certain section of the 405 freeway, sometimes several times a day, and I noticed a rather dramatic reduction in traffic jamming when they (are you waiting?) RAISED THE SPEED LIMIT! Of course, the speed limit was only increased to 65mph from 55, but the difference was and is quite noticeable. Dare I suggest that raising the speed limit to 75mph would really have a salutory effect? Now, I realize that raising speed limits isn't politically correct and won't give you that warm fuzzy altruistic socialist feeling, but it might actually work. This particular rant aside, Science Hobbyist is my very favorite web site and is an example of the internet at its best. I have spent countless hours reading practically everything here and following the endless trail of links leading away to an incredible array of knowledge and information previously unavailable to most people. THANKS, BILL!
Michael S. Foster <michael.foster @ mailexcite.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Thursday, July 09, 1998 at 01:11:28 (PDT)
Super Seite ! Mein Hobby ist der Teslatrafo. Mailt mir !
Stefan Reissig <Stefan.Reissig@t-online.de>
Tegau, G Thueringen - Wednesday, July 08, 1998 at 12:52:06 (PDT)
Great site Ive read many pages three or four times. I like the idea of having a water analogy to explain electronics, it simplifies it greatly. I have followed all of the links from your site some are quite enlightening. I have found though that people love to talk and write about how they can change the world but few are moved to action, including myself. This site was my first glimpse that there are others in the main streem who are willing to move us into a new reaity.
don smith <dsmith5@gte.com>
salem, or USA - Sunday, July 05, 1998 at 19:23:58 (PDT)
Whoa!!!!, angry surfers.... I simply stated that this term "Levitator" is indeed Trade Marked by Superconductive Components. That is it. Enough with the hate Mail. I am not a Lawyer, I was just surfing one night and saw our product on some else's web page. And indeed Levitator is a product. It is a 1" point to point, 0.8" flat to flat, 0.5" thick, YBCO Melt Textured hexagonal Levitator that sells for $125.00. Indeed this is the same Levitator in which we have recieved Phase One of an SBIR for $70,00 to futher develop said Levitator for NASA's gravity modification research. Phase two could be worth $750,000 so one can see the importance of this Product to a small public company like ourselves (SCCI). I notice that the Product "Levitron" is protected and even mentions the inventor. In fact, though you can't link to the page I was inquiring about, "NASA Large Gap Levitator", this link could very well be talking about our product, "Levitator". So, before the hatemail, just remember that the Levitron Product is protected, as should be the LevitatorTM Produced by SCI. You could say, this product is our Company's break and butter, and the inventor of "Levitators"has the right to be acknowledged. WORDS DO MEAN THINGS and Levitator is not in the Dictionary. And remember, all I said is that "Levitator" is SCI's product. If it was yours, you would mention the fact as well. www.superconductivecomp.com/levitator.html Thank you.
B. Jeffries <bjeffries@superconductivecomp.com>
Cols., Oh USA - Thursday, July 02, 1998 at 06:37:12 (PDT)
You might enjoy associated images and new details in astronomy, plus new physics, plus even associated poetry, in FARSTAR'S UNIVERSE at ACCURA-AVcom.COM/FARSTAR.HTM
Greydon Moore <farstar@storm.ca>
Ottawa, On Canada - Wednesday, July 01, 1998 at 13:31:04 (PDT)
On your home page, as you scroll down and get to Some Maglev Links, Under *NASA LARGE GAP levitator. Please note that the Term Levitator is TRADEMARKED by Superconductive Components Inc. Thank you.
Bryan Jeffries <bjeffries@SuperconductiveComp.com>
Columbus , Oh USA - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 23:06:12 (PDT)
Sweet page! this should get, like, every award available!
Dave Lister <BarnyFife14@yahoo.com>
Seattle, wa USA - Saturday, June 27, 1998 at 19:08:47 (PDT)
Interesting site. I am looking for information on so-called "ghost" radio transmissions. Particularly seeking info (transcripts, freq data) on transmissions monitored by US Army SIGINT activities in Europe. Possible code name VALIANT. Anybody know anything? Will discuss in depth via email.
Leon Perreault <oukid@hotmail.com>
Crescent City, CA USA - Thursday, June 25, 1998 at 17:28:04 (PDT)
Incredible, i was looking for something for detection and a simple radar and with your files I have the answer! =) If you can, please add some info on sound radar and how the radar electromegnetic waves can be easily read (For use with Blind People meaby). Adios Thank you.
Juan Carlos Juárez Angulo <jcjuarez@yahoo.com>
Guadalajara, JAL Mexico - Thursday, June 25, 1998 at 12:55:17 (PDT)
Hehehe. I've wasted about half a day of my life on your page. I did learn though! Do you know how to produce EMP without exploding a nuke? I want a less messy way (and more legal).
Ross Taylor <nhpr@hotmail.com>
Krinopopolis (not really), NH USA - Tuesday, June 23, 1998 at 10:57:58 (PDT)
This is Such a cool site, I have always been interested in electrical science, Especially Tesla Coils!!
Eric Allbutt <eric_a78@yahoo.com>
N/A, N/A Australia - Sunday, June 21, 1998 at 01:10:32 (PDT)
I've learned tons about static electricty from this site. Excellent resource. If you are interested in making big sparks from PVC pipes and tin foil check out my site.
Kelly <kellyheb@yahoo.com>
Anchorage, Ak USA - Thursday, June 18, 1998 at 21:11:37 (PDT)
where can i find information about Joe Champion and his work on Gold transmutation?
brett <leeuwin@wantree.com.au>
perth, wa australia - Tuesday, June 16, 1998 at 01:41:03 (PDT)
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sami abdul saydam <abosalah@yahoo.com>
kobenhagen, denmark - Monday, June 15, 1998 at 10:56:45 (PDT)
PEAR at Princeton University has verified the psychic relativity of space and time through the dreaming function. see web page for details.
todd de laurence <delaurence@reporters.net>
ny, ny USA - Thursday, June 11, 1998 at 10:19:22 (PDT)
Great Site!
William Madison <kolatesla@geocities.com>
Arroyo Grande, CA USA - Monday, June 08, 1998 at 21:20:27 (PDT)
A Great Site! I was looking for info about the Van der Graaf generator I built some years ago - so I can buy parts for it - and found it on your site! Thank you!
Greg Newton <gnewton@identic.com.au>
Sydney, NSW AUSTRALIA - Sunday, May 31, 1998 at 03:58:47 (PDT)
I looking for a way to 'filter' solid impurities from an electrolyte solution. The impurity particles are very minute (.25 microns or even less). The filter must capture impurities and still allow Copper ions to flow freely from anode to cathode. An y ideas or comments would be greatly appreciated
Shamus O'Keefe <seokeefe@hotmail.com>
Butte, MT USA - Friday, May 29, 1998 at 10:54:18 (PDT)
I like science, and I like Miss Talavera, my science teacher!She has helped me learn lots of science things.
Adrianne DiLeva
Lakewood, CA USA - Thursday, May 28, 1998 at 16:03:05 (PDT)
Check out our Teslaweb!
Eddie Lance <webmaster@teslaweb.com>
Omaha, NE USA - Thursday, May 28, 1998 at 14:08:14 (PDT)
I invented a levitator (above type) in 1986 for 6$ and stability was a problem I overcome with reverse feedback to my controll coil.I have levitated many metalic devises with no osilations.I am now using two levitators to suspend an armiture of a gen erator then put in vacume and spin it about 100,000 rpm to produce 120% but only uses 100% to drive armiture.NEED ALL THE HELP I CAN GET.I have enginering degree but need other coments!
David c <cdavis@semo.net>
van buren, mo USA - Tuesday, May 26, 1998 at 08:15:17 (PDT)
Outrageous! Cant get enough. Its great that there are places where one can get info most people just want to ignore or cover up. Q: Has anyone got plans for a magnetic levitator like the one published in Popular electronics in May 1996?(works from above) I'm obsessed with levitation(and Star Wars/Trek!) Fantastic work. Helping us step closer to a better world. Totsiens!
Count Gregory <tt12@kidd.co.za>
Johannesburg, Gt South Africa - Tuesday, May 26, 1998 at 04:22:47 (PDT)
anyone make a PVC pipe generator? I need some help or a picture of one. Thanks!
y7 <fishboy@aiusa.com>
n/a, n/a USA - Thursday, May 21, 1998 at 04:07:01 (PDT)
I need LOTS of help on the Kelvin Generator the Debugging isn't helping please help but I love the ideas! They are a little to technical though cna you make a copy of the technical terms so I know what they are?
Eyas <spunky@macomb.com>
il USA - Monday, May 18, 1998 at 20:47:58 (PDT)
THIS IS A RIGHT PLACE FOR WE(ASIAN LEARNER) TO DEVELOP A GREAT IDEA OF KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH DIRECTION IN SCIENCE.SINCERELY YOURS,OPR888 at MS17.HINET.NET
Steve,YS-Chang <opr888@ms17.hinet.net>
Taipei,Taiwan, R.O.C - Monday, May 18, 1998 at 11:48:54 (PDT)
Just to let you know...you can also buy Neodymium Magnets (and some other cool stuff) through Teacher's Discovery, an educational catalgoue designed for Science Teachers. Call us toll-free 1-888-97-SCIENCE and we can mail you a catalogue! Or e-mail me at knans at sprynetcom and I send you a catalgoue ASAP!
Knansie Beth Griffing <knans@sprynet.com>
Auburn Hills, MI USA - Saturday, May 16, 1998 at 12:58:28 (PDT)
Has anyone built one of Mr Bedini's "free energy generators"? I'd apriciate any info about them.
Emmett Hawkins <Red-Leader@Dabney.com>
Luttrell, TN USA - Saturday, May 16, 1998 at 01:00:51 (PDT)
Fantastic site. An almanac of knowledge and experiments. I had no idea until now that there were people who have thought processes so akin to my own. I have seen it in children but some how most adults seem to loose that intuitive curiousity. Most refr eshing. I will come back often!
Lynn Mills <lmills@worldfront.com>
Bremerton, Wa USA - Friday, May 15, 1998 at 12:52:16 (PDT)
Fantastic site. An almanac of knowledge and experiments. I had no idea until now that there were people who have thought processes so akin to my own. I have seen it in children but some how most adults seem to loose that intuitive curiousity. Most refr eshing. I will come back often!
Lynn Mills <lmills@worldfront.com>
Bremerton, Wa USA - Friday, May 15, 1998 at 12:49:02 (PDT)
I work for the Children's Museum here and have come back to this page again and again for ideas. Thanx ! P.S. I ahve built a circular version of the tornado machine and it is a mindblower!
Russell Mendez <zednem@mindspring.com>
Lexington, Ky USA - Wednesday, May 13, 1998 at 18:20:45 (PDT)
This is my favorite page on the web! It's all true!! ;)
Barry Zahurance <barryz@prairienet.org>
Urbana, IL USA - Monday, May 11, 1998 at 12:27:26 (PDT)
I love this sort of page I thought I was the only one interested in this sort of thing
Andy <pitofdarkness@yahoo.com>
Glasgow, Scotland - Sunday, May 10, 1998 at 10:57:30 (PDT)
this is the best compilation of pretty much every kind of science subject you could think of!
bill perry <wperry3092@worldnet.att.net>
honolulu, hi USA - Friday, May 08, 1998 at 22:52:15 (PDT)
MR. Beaty's high-ampere project is not clear enough. Does he means to do individaul loops and then solder them to a single wire? Would you please provide an schematic? The way the idea is presented lends itself to misinterpretation.
Fernando Guevara <Gman@dock.net>
Port Hueneme, CA USA - Friday, May 08, 1998 at 17:07:17 (PDT)
Really like your web page. Lot's of really interesting projects and information. Keep up the good work.
Emmett Hawkins <Red-Leader@Dabney.com>
USA - Thursday, May 07, 1998 at 23:21:52 (PDT)
This must be the best and longest source of great science projects ever. Thanks Bill.
Colin De Jager <cadja@ihug.co.nz>
onetangi, new zealand - Wednesday, May 06, 1998 at 04:19:15 (PDT)
Grrrrreat page! The section on antibubbles gave me great ideas for my science fair project. I loved the hologram stuff too.. and thanks for the low graphics.. 60mhz here ;D
Cody Raspen <fend@antisocial.com>
Shickshinny, PA USA - Monday, May 04, 1998 at 17:21:56 (PDT)
Great site! I volunteer a science hour in a 3rd-grade class here, and came across the electrostatic motor. Simple, cheap, and a great success. Your pages are just the kind of resource I need.
Hubert van Hecke <hubert@hubwest.com>
Santa Fe, NM USA - Thursday, April 30, 1998 at 21:31:43 (PDT)
What a fantastic website! This one is staying in my "favorites" folder for good, and then some. The amount and quality of the material you have is unbelievable-- keep up the excellent work . Thank you & and good luck with future endeavors.
Warren Rath <wlr@mci2000.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Wednesday, April 29, 1998 at 04:24:16 (PDT)
Excellent page.. tons of useful info! I really like your section on the great visionary Nicola Tesla. I am reconstructing my web site and will most definitely include a link to yours. Cheers!
Mary Heffernan <bridget@interactive.net>
NJ USA - Tuesday, April 28, 1998 at 21:01:10 (PDT)
Yo man!Score man score.Me cornholio,me need tv for me bunghole.HA!HA!
Beavis and Butt-head <Beavis and Butt-head Do America@.com>
Veadifluto, Zulalulu - Monday, April 27, 1998 at 07:23:01 (PDT)
We think your website really sucks ,we didn't get any info.You have to try and improve it.
Nicole and Erica <we don't have one>
USA - Monday, April 27, 1998 at 07:08:06 (PDT)
Congratulation. I like your page and I have the same organization in Venezuela.
Christian Castillo <ch_castillo@usa.net>
Maracaibo, VENEZUELA - Friday, April 24, 1998 at 10:11:56 (PDT)
Help! with Astrobrights Galaxy Gold! btw, your sight is wonderful. Great info, great links! I bought the gold paper for my son but it just does not work. Could they have changed the paper?
Theresa <bradnet@erols.com>
USA - Wednesday, April 22, 1998 at 11:09:54 (PDT)
Hi!! I love your page. It really gave me a lot of info.
Nicole <Unlimpwr@erols.com>
MD USA - Monday, April 20, 1998 at 07:54:52 (PDT)
GREAT WEB SITE !
CARLOS SILVA <au271@osfn.rhilinet.gov>
WARWICK, RI USA - Sunday, April 19, 1998 at 21:21:22 (PDT)
This is what i have been looking for i have a 6 year old tha is in to sience and i have been having a hard time finding things for him to do i will be here to check out your kids links often
Doris <wolfman@ pacifier.com>
or USA - Saturday, April 18, 1998 at 21:32:54 (PDT)
Simply Superb!!!!! An awesome resource.
Allen Tonkin <tonks1@hotmail.com>
Northam, WA Australia - Saturday, April 18, 1998 at 04:18:27 (PDT)
this was my first visit. it won't be my last. thank you for time well spent
James Hill <jkh714@webtv.net>
Brooklyn, ny USA - Friday, April 17, 1998 at 20:27:29 (PDT)
terrific, useful site. Thanks. I'm writing a play about Tesla for a theatre in London, UK. I'd love to hear from anyone with any info about Tesla and his relationships with John Muir, with JP Morgan and Katharine and Robert Johnson. Ta.
Chris Ballance <chrisballance@hotmail.com>
Glasgow , Scotland - Friday, April 17, 1998 at 08:16:01 (PDT)
very good resource
jennifer watson <watsonj@papa.uncp.edu>
fayetteville, nc USA - Thursday, April 16, 1998 at 11:41:03 (PDT)
This is probably the best science page on the net!
Ross Taylor <nhpr@hotmail.com>
New London, NH USA - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 at 14:59:16 (PDT)
This was a very informative site. I love obscure science!
Matthew Booker <booke1@hotmail.com>
Baylis, Il USA - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 at 11:03:20 (PDT)
Your site is cool - I want information on building a hoverboard - or wether it is even possible?
craig doughty <ideation@melbourne.net.au>
melbourne, vic australia - Friday, April 10, 1998 at 01:01:31 (PDT)
From your "...zapped.html" article: An untried high-tech cure: buy an "ionizing blower" from an ESD-abatement company. (Don't mistake these for "negative ion generators", you instead want a "balanced polarity" blower intended for stopping ESD in electronics manufacturing.) These blowers send out large quantities of both + and - polarities of charged air. This makes the air itself be conductive, and the air then silently discharges any charged objects in the room (including "Electric Humans".) ===== I think the air is not really "conductive"; I believe you must have a plasma for that. What I think goes on with the commercial ESD-abaters is they emit alternating clouds of positive and negative ions (at a 60Hz rate). The air is pushed through an ionizing wire grid with a blower. These clouds will try to recombine to "neutralize" their (separated) charges. If, before they recombine, they move across a charged surface, the ions of opposite charge will be attracted to the charged surface -- neutralizing it. Once the surface has been neutralized, the alternating clouds are indifferent. Hence, charged surfaces quickly are neutralized.
John Rhodes <jrhodes@pacifier.com>
Vancouver, WA USA - Thursday, April 09, 1998 at 21:01:36 (PDT)
Alright a big old THANKS to all those who made this page possible, it gave me a lot of good ideas. Hope everyone does well on their own Science project. Chow for now!
DeAnne <annefay@hotmail.com>
Tamarack City, MI USA - Thursday, April 09, 1998 at 11:40:54 (PDT)
Applause, applause, applause... I am the operations director for a small hands-on science museum. We get questions pertaining to physics/experiments, etc. on a regular basis. I will suggest this site as a reference for all who ask. I learned a lot a s well- I see some new exhibits in the future!
Jennifer Petro <focus@arc.net>
Fort Walton Beach, FL USA - Wednesday, April 08, 1998 at 16:37:30 (PDT)
thanks for the viewing. found several topics of intrest. will begin to visit regularly.
paul fletcher <artinnian@webtv.com>
lehigh acres, fl USA - Tuesday, April 07, 1998 at 19:29:47 (PDT)
I'm looking for information (or further information) about the plastic called "Starlite" It was supposed to be completely heat resistant, could only be pitted by an x-ray laser, etc. etc. Seemed like an earthshaking invention, and now, I hear nothing on the topic. What happened to this invention. Was it a hoax? Did it have some fatal flaw? Why don't we hear of this product any more?
Michael McMaster <teethguy@interlog.com>
Toronto, on Canada - Tuesday, April 07, 1998 at 00:40:25 (PDT)
Phaedra was here
Phaedra
USA - Friday, April 03, 1998 at 19:08:00 (PST)
I thought that you're site is really neat!! It taught me a lot! Especially the area with all the misconceptions! I was recently was taught in school that Ben Franklin's kite was hit by lightning. Now I know the truth!
Jade E.Mayer <wagon@baynet.net>
Canada - Friday, April 03, 1998 at 16:46:15 (PST)
This was a very good site. It helped me out a lot.
Alisha Salinas
Yakima, WA USA - Friday, April 03, 1998 at 13:37:22 (PST)
Damn, that's good!
Mike D
Gainesvile, FL USA - Friday, April 03, 1998 at 12:01:35 (PST)
Damn, that's good!
Mike D
Gainesvile, FL USA - Friday, April 03, 1998 at 12:01:05 (PST)
I am a teacher who is teaching a workshop this summer entitled, "Garbage Pail Science." However, I am in dire need of ideas to use for this!! The kids are to bring in bags of garbage. If you can help me out, please e-mail me. Thanks.
Beth Harnetiaux <sbjh1@papadocs.net>
Mulberry Grove, IL USA - Thursday, April 02, 1998 at 13:14:32 (PST)
Your site was great!!! It helped me alot!!! Thanx, Tyler
Tyler <Paxton23@aol.com>
Savannah, GA USA - Tuesday, March 31, 1998 at 15:31:57 (PST)
I am trying to get info on a special device, the Sonic bloom, apparently some ind of coil that is supposed to enhance plant growth. You heard about it, please let me know! Thanks.
Louise <dsdicu@microtec.net>
Sherbrooke, QC Canada - Tuesday, March 31, 1998 at 06:28:28 (PST)
Check Out My New Web Site. It's in BETA form for now. However, It is very graphical. As you know New Energy News, Science Hobbiest, Electric Spacecraft Journal, and KeelyNET are my prime area's for my data on propulsion. http://www.homesteadcom/users/Barondom/Barondom.html Thanks, ---James Hartman
James Hartman <james_hartman@calunet.com>
Griffith, IN USA - Saturday, March 28, 1998 at 12:15:53 (PST)
I am a senior in highschool and I have to do a Physics report on this "Taos Hum." I find it quite interesting, but I would like any extra information that ANYone could send me. If you could sent it to the address listed, I would be EVER greatlful. I have four weeks left to do the report...that gives me until mid-to end of April. Please mail anything that you might have on "Taos Hum."
Khristopher <moats@tbscc.com>
PA USA - Friday, March 27, 1998 at 19:26:27 (PST)
Just was scanning through some stuff on Tesla on your Web page when I cam across the following: The earth is a mere 3000 miles in diameter; in http://www.newphys.se/elektromagnum/physics/KeelyNet/energy/tesla5.asc Now, I realize you're not totally responsible for content, but don't you think someone should correct the authors? Best wishes, --Phil Martel
Phil Martel <pmartel@aol.com>
Salem, NH USA - Friday, March 27, 1998 at 14:31:55 (PST)
I can say that without this web page ,I could not have advance as far in my project as,I have , thank you E>R>P
polyuc45
san antonio, tx USA - Wednesday, March 25, 1998 at 08:38:38 (PST)
You're site is excellent!!! At last a site worth visiting every day. Keep going on this way. I'm looking for science project for primary school kids. Love your Tesla Coil info.
Bert Miermans <Miermans@iaehv.nl>
Netherlands - Monday, March 23, 1998 at 12:38:56 (PST)
I'm looking for the site in Colorado...in a cemetery near Colorado Springs(?) where floating lights have been seen over the headstones. Any ideas? Thanks!
Dan Levit <daniel@sbicc.com>
Crystal Lake, IL USA - Monday, March 23, 1998 at 09:51:18 (PST)
good site, can you give me information on potato batteries, or lemon batteries
doug <doogsedw>
pgh, pa USA - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 21:02:19 (PST)
make a winner
bob <bob>
manchester, tn USA - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 11:09:37 (PST)
Help I was asked by a friend to look up information on electral current conducters. She is doing a progect for sicence fair and does not have the references. I'm new on the net and not good at using it. Thanks for your help.
Pat Hubbard <phubbard@vincennes.net>
Vincennes, IN USA - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 05:55:35 (PST)
Thank you I have been looking for other people doing this kind of research
Eric Slate <slate@iquest>
Summitville, IN USA - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 02:55:33 (PST)
I just happened to come across your page on TAOS Hum. I was completely enthraled! I asked my friend about rather or not he ever heard a hum since he lives in New Mexico, come to find out, HE HAS! I gave him the link to that site because he was unawa re. I do have to add that I feel that it is "above and beyond" scientific proven explaination, if you know what I mean.. ;) It's just a "feeling" I get. VaGrlnBxrs
VaGrlnBxrs <VaGrlnBxrs@usa.net>
Alexandria, VA USA - Thursday, March 19, 1998 at 12:05:10 (PST)
Could a spark from ones finger produce enough static electricity to light up a lightbulb. If so, please give up some ideas on how to build such a circuit board
porker <jandr@fwbnet.com>
USA - Wednesday, March 18, 1998 at 15:30:45 (PST)
Information to live by. Magnifico!
jkirk <jkirk007@sprintmail.com>
TX USA - Wednesday, March 18, 1998 at 06:03:37 (PST)
[THE ALCHEMIST] Just called back to see the site again, excellent! And to say thanks to all the people who visit Young Writers where you could win $1000 and be published in The Alchemist!
Bryan Vickery < bryanv@chemweb.com>
London, UK - Wednesday, March 18, 1998 at 05:34:54 (PST)
HELP! anyone that knows the kingdoms please e mail me because i need to know asap for a science project... i really look like an idiot asking this huh? everyone knows the kingdoms right? WELL I DONT AND ITS PISSING ME OFF!!! sorry
T <JMouge20@aol.com>
no where, ca USA - Monday, March 16, 1998 at 17:46:00 (PST)
Hey wuz up this site could be better if it had more ideas for girls otherwise then that it's alright
Hydee Hopper
Bridgton, ME USA - Saturday, March 14, 1998 at 10:35:13 (PST)
I THINK THIS IS A VERY COOL WEB CITE!!!!!! IT DOES NOT SUCK!!!!!!!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!!!!!!!
RA <rrmlrr@bellsouth.net>
Athens, GGA USA - Sunday, March 08, 1998 at 05:19:39 (PST)
Great site! Kinda long--but very good idea. How about some sort of index? If anybody has ANY questions about hydrogen, e-mail me. Thirty years of research has turned up some real doozies! (answers, that is)
Al Freeman <Aletal@PacBell.net>
Encinitas, CA USA - Sunday, March 08, 1998 at 00:15:38 (PST)
dog> I agree with you. It does suck.
Katie <kdavis@priam.wake.esu1.k12.ne.us>
Wakefield, NE USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 07:39:03 (PST)
dog> I agree with you
Kellie <klarson@priam.wake.esu1.k12.ne.us>
Wakefield, NE USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 07:39:01 (PST)
dog> I agree with you. It does suck.
Katie <kdavis@priam.wake.esu1.k12.ne.us>
Wakefield, NE USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 07:38:55 (PST)
dog> I agree with you. It does suck.
Katie <kdavis@priam.wake.esu1.k12.ne.us>
Wakefield, NE USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 07:38:43 (PST)
This is a boring page. very
Katie <kdavis@priam.wake.esu1.k12.ne.us>
Wakefield, NE USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 07:35:58 (PST)
This place is kinda weird and boring. I don't think that I would ever come back to this crappy page.
Katie <kdavis@priam.wake.esu1.k12.ne.us>
Wakefield, NE USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 07:33:29 (PST)
Page on glowing electric floating balls I managed to produce in my microwave
Hans Hochwald <hochwald@hotmail.com>
Adelaide, S.A. Australia - Thursday, March 05, 1998 at 21:17:54 (PST)
I am looking for a laboratory expirement for my science project (that was due a month ago) on "how much nicotine is really in cigarettes". How should I extract the nicotine in cigarettes? Any help would be appreciated...A.S.A.P
Shelly <sexymamaspanker69@yahoo.com>
USA - Thursday, March 05, 1998 at 13:35:22 (PST)
Does anyone have a good experiment science project Idea? I need one as soon as posible for a grade 8 student me.
Gregory Davis <adavis@sprint.ca>
Halifax, NS Canada - Monday, March 02, 1998 at 13:14:54 (PST)
I'm looking for any information on ultrasonic injectors for gasoline engine.
Joseph <ztkmiec@connect.ab.ca>
USA - Monday, March 02, 1998 at 09:11:33 (PST)
Does anyone have any info on miniature refrigeration devices (i.e., compressors, condenders, pumps)? Thanks
John <mspank@devout.com>
Waukegan, IL USA - Saturday, February 28, 1998 at 10:38:37 (PST)
This is a good page keep up the good work
Jeremy Kruid <Kruidgd@hotmail.com>
Sioux Center, IA USA - Wednesday, February 25, 1998 at 20:30:50 (PST)
Does anyone know of a supplier of small plastic dc pumps (3 to 5 volts) that sells them cheap? I need several of em for a project.
Pablo Liska <liskajp@gusun.georgetown.edu>
Washington, DC USA - Tuesday, February 24, 1998 at 11:23:35 (PST)
I like your website it gave some things to think about. To add ; your site does not suck.
ken
USA - Sunday, February 22, 1998 at 18:59:12 (PST)
tesla folx...thanx 4 dat really amazing breakdown and structure of a complex grid...
dv8r <dv8r@jps.net>
San Francisco, CA USA - Saturday, February 21, 1998 at 22:52:08 (PST)
Q. I wonder: Is there any instrument that measures the force of gravity acting over a specific object? I mean, is there any way to measure the garvity forces on earth? Q. Who discovered the "Graviton"? (Name & country) Could you, by any chance, abound me about the discovery? If it was true, and how it was done?
Edgardo <edgardos@tld.net>
San Juan, PR - Saturday, February 21, 1998 at 22:25:22 (PST)
Thanks, this site helped me with my project
Richard Reed <RAR 3333@AOL.com>
Lisle, IL USA - Saturday, February 21, 1998 at 12:50:13 (PST)
I think your web site sucks.
dog <you2 email.edc>
fresno, ca USA - Friday, February 20, 1998 at 11:28:15 (PST)
I think your web site sucks.
dog <none>
fresno, ca USA - Friday, February 20, 1998 at 11:26:33 (PST)
Warp tech is actually ready to become a mature technology. Of course, once the alien oversight is removed. The basic technology is simply the particle accelerator. The accel electrode conducts no theoritical current, so dissipates no theoritical power. But increasing the energy on it does dramatically increase the heat on the target. And creats gravity in the process. And Warp tech is just using a dynamic graviton/antigraviton field in a linear-motor configuration.
Red <klondyke.pete@worldnet.att.net>
Dallas, TX USA - Monday, February 16, 1998 at 08:52:38 (PST)
I have not yet started home schooling but plan on it i'm most interested in scince. Like finding cures for people and stuff.If any body else has the same kind of interest plase feel free to e-mail me.
Kimberly Anderson <mimmy@lycosmail.net>
washington, in USA - Friday, February 13, 1998 at 18:00:54 (PST)
I'm trying to build a spark chamber for cosmic ray detection. Anyone have any experience with such a project? Thanks! - Peter
Peter Sultan <sultanp@plh.af.mil>
Brookline, MA USA - Friday, February 13, 1998 at 09:45:28 (PST)
I find this webpage very interesting and useful.It has helped me in my science projects alot.Keep up the good work!
Isaac Kwan <isaac.kwan@mailexcite.com>
Singapore - Friday, February 13, 1998 at 05:31:11 (PST)
I am looking for more info on the Electronic Rocket...Capacitor Array Gravity Warp Drive by Thomas F. Kennedy. I would like more specs or drawings. Thanks Oh Great Site!!!!
Greg Williamson <williamg@cyberramp.net>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Thursday, February 12, 1998 at 10:13:31 (PST)
I like this site. It helps us with the physiscs problem we are conducting. We are studieing at TH Rijswijk and our subject Is Physiscs!
Gerald Ebberink <g_ebberink@hotmail.com>
Den Haag, ZH Holland - Wednesday, February 11, 1998 at 11:01:14 (PST)
I like this site. It helps us with the physiscs problem we ar
Gerald Ebberink <g_ebberink@hotmail.com>
Den Haag, ZH Holland - Wednesday, February 11, 1998 at 11:00:49 (PST)
An excelent source of Tesla info for a great mind such as mine. I enjoy the many links; I have visited most of them. Rock on!
a.k.a. Volkov <alex_85blue@hotmail.com>
USA - Tuesday, February 10, 1998 at 07:51:41 (PST)
how do i build a vandegraaf machine? i need to build a vandegraaf maching to run my electrostatic motor. i need some instructions about how to make one at home,,that is fairly simple,,,or tell me how to make a machine similar to it that will work
brandon scott <bscott3624>
southlake, tx USA - Sunday, February 08, 1998 at 13:22:54 (PST)
science was my favorite subject in school and still is.i think everything i do deals with science
Jeff&Tara yablonsky <cliffpalace@webtv.net>
woodsfield, oh USA - Saturday, February 07, 1998 at 20:49:01 (PST)
This site is a wonderful science resource. Plaese continue to develope it! If there is anything we (your audience) can do to help please keep us informed. Non-comercial science is one of the most precious assets we humans have. Venceremos! Joe
Joe Dorsey <technocrat2@juno.com>
San Pablo, ca USA - Friday, February 06, 1998 at 14:48:12 (PST)
Peace! Good information. Very refreshing. Congrats! Keep up the good work.
Najah <NajahNur3@aol.com>
USA - Thursday, February 05, 1998 at 14:23:38 (PST)
hi! i just want to you to know that i think this hopepage is really cool as well as informative. keep it up! Karen
Karen Santos <karens@qinet.net>
Philippines - Sunday, February 01, 1998 at 08:08:55 (PST)
The genius of Tesla shall endure long after the fortunes of the robber barrons has been forgotten. Anyone who is interested in the history of science, or physics, or radio will get a great kick out of the Tesla Bio. by M. Cheney (but you probably already know that). If anyone would care to turn me on to their fave scientific/historical book, drop me a line!
Brian E. Smith <kycol@couriernet.infi.net>
Louisville, KY USA - Saturday, January 31, 1998 at 13:41:53 (PST)
Great site! You have LOTS of cool stuff on here. I am going to add a link to your site on mine at my next revision.o Keep up the fine work!
James Dillon <n0kwa@qsl.net>
Talisheek, LA USA - Saturday, January 31, 1998 at 11:19:20 (PST)
(Appologies if this appears twice. The link was lost!) Nice site. I've just started a Masters degree in Cybernetics. I'm intrested in alternative energy and the possibility of 100%+ efficiency generators. Especially in the use of Tesla's theories on High frequency electricity. If anyone could sugest sites to visit or people to contact. I'd be grateful. cheers Al.
Alex Dodd <shu95acd@Reading.ac.uk>
Reading, UK - Thursday, January 29, 1998 at 07:49:33 (PST)
GREAT SITE! GREAT LIST OF PLACES TO ASK QUESTIONS. I WOULD APPRECIATE IT IF ANYONE COULD ANSWER MY UESTION, THOUGH: For my science project, I would conduct a study on left-handedness. Since there is no real known reason for it, my research paper would include theories, evolutional and genetic, along with the affects caused by left-handedness. For a project, I was thinking of doing a mini study of my entire 8th grade, and/or a model on the human brain and what sides control what actions. I do not think, however, that this would be enough. Do you have any ideas on what else I could do for a project? Thank you for your time and effort.
Bill <wildbill@planet.net>
Byram, NJ USA - Tuesday, January 27, 1998 at 14:22:22 (PST)
The Girl Scouts are going to live this!!!! Could anyone help me out with a rainbow wheel. It was an idea brought up to me. Using magnets a color wheel will spin and create one color. Any ideas on how to work this? I have though of taking a magnet and a ball bearing but have not had any luck. I need this SOON. Any help would be appericated, I'm new into the Science circle, but have always loved it. Thanks in advance :-)
Aletta <aletta@information4u.com>
Gautier, ms USA - Tuesday, January 27, 1998 at 09:29:54 (PST)
HI!! I LOVE THIS SITE! (BECAUSE I LOVE SCIENCE!) I AM 12/F ANY BOYS OUT THERE?
Jullieanne <jullieanne@writeme.com>
Boston, MA USA - Tuesday, January 27, 1998 at 08:30:55 (PST)
ACHIEVING KNOWLEDGE SUPERIORITY !!!!!
DAVID LEARN JOHNSON <djohnson@greater.net>
TITUSVILLE, FL USA - Tuesday, January 27, 1998 at 02:55:45 (PST)
In the section on "Spacecraft heat up during re-entry because of friction" you state that while Apollo capsules heat up because of increased air preasure on their blunt surface, the shuttle doesn't experience this because it meets the air wing-edge fir st. This is false! If the shuttle re-entered wing-edge first, it would burn up because most of it's protective tiles are on the bottom of the wings and fuselage! The shuttle comes in at an angle of (I think) around 35 degrees (in relation of the wing-edge to the direction of flight). The nose is pointed up 35 degrees, therefore the shuttle heats up because of air pressure (not friction) just like the Apollo capsules (and Mercury and Gemini capsules as well). Other than that, you have an exellent site ! Keep up the good work.
Robert Smith <nakedbob@hotmail.com>
Albany, NY USA - Sunday, January 25, 1998 at 20:04:32 (PST)
This is a neat site. But, does anyone have info on NiMH batteries?
Liam Shanahan <loonnest@coil.com>
Columbus, OH USA - Sunday, January 25, 1998 at 08:02:00 (PST)
I think that your web site contains lots of great information, but, maybe you should also have a chat room where people could be walked through the process of creating a science fair project.
Mindy <mindy103@aol.com>
Bangor, ME USA - Saturday, January 24, 1998 at 08:36:31 (PST)
HELP!! I know nothing about electricity, but I have an idea. I want to charge a piece of fabric w/electricity. Then I want to blow bits of paper around in the space so that eventually the fabric will be covered with the small bits of paper. I would want them to either stick permanently to the fabric or somehow discharge the fabric at the end of a period of time and start the process all over again. Ideas?
Linda Lewis <Linda.Lewis@asu.edu>
Tempe, AZ USA - Saturday, January 24, 1998 at 08:00:54 (PST)
cool page could ya get somthin on a hurricane
neal russell <neal2717@hotmail.com>
unknoem, mt USA - Wednesday, January 21, 1998 at 15:14:27 (PST)
Great site! Was wondering if any one could help me with the scalar device that is suppose to enhance a cd. I don't remember where I saw it. I tried it but noticed no difference between cd's.
deasterling <deasterling@oburg.net>
USA - Wednesday, January 21, 1998 at 07:57:21 (PST)
GREAT SITE! I WAS WONDERING IF ANYBODY OUT THERE COULD HELP ME FIND A WAY TO INCORPORATE THE ELECTROSTATIC MOTOR AND/OR THE CHARGE DETECTOR IN A CONTROLLED STUDY FOR A SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT. ANY INFO WOULD BE APRECIATED!!!
Jason Tucciarone <tucc@dreamscape.com>
Clinton, NY USA - Monday, January 19, 1998 at 18:24:37 (PST)
Outstanding! There are no words to describe your site that actually fit the bill. Your method of presentation, content, and scope of your site is fantastic. We are looking forward to further updates. Thank you for your work.
William Howes <bluefire@inetworld.net>
Yucca Valley, CA USA - Monday, January 19, 1998 at 00:39:36 (PST)
I think your page is nice. I am making the electrostatic motor as my science fair project. I am having problems making it run. Thank you for putting your ideas on the internet. Amy
Amy Womack <toothpaste_aim@hotmail.com>
Converse, la USA - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 18:40:57 (PST)
This is a very very VERY good site - it is great ITS KEWL! i'm making all sorts of stuff of this site, at the moment, it is a mini-VDG, approx 12" high Thanx a lot for this good site!!
John Ratcliffe (Jhonbus) <jhonbs@globalnet.co.uk>
Arnside, UK - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 12:17:11 (PST)
Bill: Way cool stuff. I got here looking for a science project my 6 1/2 year old would understand, and I think Lycos did good! We're going to try the steel wool in the baby oil to show magnetic fields. Thanks.
Mike Barbee <mbarbee@kalama.com>
Longview, WA USA - Saturday, January 17, 1998 at 14:10:23 (PST)
THIS PLACE SUCKS!!!!!!!!!
this is a waist of time <you should go home!>
Harrisburg, PA USA - Friday, January 16, 1998 at 18:59:45 (PST)
THIS PLACE SUCKS
GO HOME <DON'T KNOW>
BEIJING, CHINA - Friday, January 16, 1998 at 16:30:54 (PST)
I tried to sign up over a month ago and hav'nt received any info in the mail??
Alan Dundon <adundon@aol.com>
Fallbrook, CA USA - Thursday, January 15, 1998 at 20:07:06 (PST)
Thanks for the interesting info., especially since I need it for a science project I'm doing. Thanks!!!
Sondra <sonjy@aol.com>
Thibodaux, LA USA - Wednesday, January 14, 1998 at 15:39:01 (PST)
Looking forward to checking out your site in more detail later, I'll bookmark you. I have been looking for different projects that I can combine with my train club.
Les Kushner <darnles@erols.com>
Bryn Mawr, PA USA - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 21:15:57 (PST)
INTERESTING SITES THROUGHTOUT, LOVE BROWSING THIS SITE FOR MY OWN KNOWLEDGE AND GETTING IDEAS FOR MY GRANDSON'S PROJECTS FOR SCHOOL..... THANKS FOR BEING HERE. GARY
GARY FENTON <GFredom119@aol.com>
TRENTON, NJ USA - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 19:03:36 (PST)
INTERESTING SITES THROUGHTOUT, LOVE BROWSING THIS SITE FOR MY OWN KNOWLEDGE AND GETTING IDEAS FOR MY GRANDSON'S PROJECTS FOR SCHOOL..... THANKS FOR BEING HERE. GARY
GARY FENTON <gfREDOM119@AOL.COM>
TRENTON, NJ USA - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 19:02:51 (PST)
Love the page. I`m a 12/M and LOVE my life!!!
Alexander A. Osipowicz <tadek@erols.com>
Bethesda, MD USA - Tuesday, January 06, 1998 at 17:08:18 (PST)
It is so nice to see that so many others are keeping the work/word of Tesla alive, it is nice to see that i am not alone.
Feliony Freelance <Riotx@Hotmail.com>
Eugene, OR. USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 21:23:32 (PST)
If any one knows of any killer Tesla sites or worth wild news letters via e-mail feel free to pass along the info.
Feliony Freelance <Riotx@Hotmail.com>
Eugene, OR. USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 21:21:02 (PST)
Mentifex AI is interested in linking to personal homepages of projects in robotics or artificial intelligence (AI).
Arthur T. Murray <mentifex@scn.org>
Seattle, WA USA - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 17:21:54 (PST)
This page has a lot of good info, one of the best. Do you have info on Zero-point experiments that Tesla did? Also my kid brother wants to know if there is a Tesla screen saver out there that someone might have. If so can you write me? Very good page!
Kris <kkd@ix.netcom.com>
Greeley, CO USA - Thursday, January 01, 1998 at 08:30:15 (PST)
This effort is just great! I have been a self taught type for years and I believe that it has left a constant avenue for CLEAR thinking. Thank you again and I believe that this type of research is the wave of the future when many of us find that the large corporations are responsible for suppression of many other things long since put away... Keep it up doc
Dr McRae <docazoid@i-star.com>
West Branch, Mi USA - Monday, December 29, 1997 at 14:32:57 (PST)
LIGHTNING DIRECTIONAL DETECTOR. I am looking for plans, schematics or any information related to building a home detecting system. GREAT SITE! Thanks
Glenn <gmikol@dialnet.net>
Spfld, Mo USA - Sunday, December 28, 1997 at 22:59:17 (PST)
Interested in hoverboard technology? Check out www.hovertechcom
Bill Butler <bill@hovertech.com>
W Palm Beach, FL USA - Sunday, December 28, 1997 at 20:27:31 (PST)
Yo-Yo! You possess some Tesla goodies, no? Excellent. Very nice. Very nice indeed.
Sol Binome Cognosis <sol@psynet.net>
Sanctum, ZN Zencoria - Saturday, December 27, 1997 at 13:58:29 (PST)
I am an electronic teacher in a high school.I have need a project:moving letters for my students.Would you help me how I can have this project?
ismail gurcu <gurcu@egenet.com.tr>
manisa, 45 turkey - Tuesday, December 23, 1997 at 14:32:40 (PST)
Thanks to Bill and the other contributors. as a subscriber to the "Free-nrg" list, I often check here for ideas. Has anyone got the details for Bills' "E-Field visualizer" ? I would like to email-spond with anyone that has tried this and could provide technical details & etc. Thanks - Glenville.
Glenville Sawyer <gsawyer@dove.net.au>
Kapunda, SA Australia - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 05:10:14 (PST)
Wow! What a great site. You've got stuff for everybody. I plan to visit your site many more times.
Andrew Moss <mossnj@mtcnet.net>
Sioux Center, IA USA - Tuesday, December 16, 1997 at 18:26:38 (PST)
You have a great web page with lots of informations and stuff to read and think about. Keep up the good work. Dr. Andre Lewis
Dr. Andre Lewis <tribal-dance@webtv.net>
New Orleans, LA USA - Monday, December 15, 1997 at 22:26:55 (PST)
I thought that yuor site was exceptional! I go to school at Henry Ford Academy in Dearborn Michigan. I am in ninth grade. We were explroing on the net for an exercise in static electricity when I came across your site. It provided me with a good se nse of the concepts and entertained as well. Keep on doing the great work providing something meaningful for us young kids to do on the web.
Jim Duthie
USA - Tuesday, December 09, 1997 at 10:56:37 (PST)
Like the site alot! Anyone visiting who is interested in Chemistry should take a look at ChemWeb - The World Wide Club for the Chemical Community. We have a popular webzine, The Alchemist ...

- bringing its readers the a weekly news roundup, summarised research news form leading journals, website, book and software reviews and topical articles by respected science writers.
Bryan Vickery <bryanv@cursci.co.uk>
London, UK - Monday, December 08, 1997 at 07:34:38 (PST)


Great site! Puts me in the mood to fire up the old electrostatic generator... Check out my new site, "Bizarre stuff you can make in your kitchen", if you get a chance at http://freeweb.pdq.net/headstrong/ (Sorry for the shameless plug...)
Brian Carusella <brianc@pdq.net>
Houston, TX USA - Sunday, December 07, 1997 at 20:06:40 (PST)
First time user..GREAT SITE..Need info on PLANT GROWTH using water,milk,soda pop,juice, for a science fair project. Tried using carrots and potatoes,water was only successful, what went wrong, going to us plants this time. ANY INFO IS APPRECTIVE. (6TH GRADE SCIENCE FAIR) E-MAIL ZACKSNACK at POTTSVILLE.INFI.NET
EAGLE1 <ZACKSNACK@POTTSVILLE.INFI.NET>
POTTSVILLE, PA USA - Monday, December 01, 1997 at 15:47:28 (PST)
can anyone help me with finding info on exploding water high energy pulsers ect..
john coates <jcoates@sopris.net>
glenwoosprings, co USA - Monday, December 01, 1997 at 04:09:57 (PST)
Thank you!!! You are a life saver!!! We have been searching desperately for clear, lucid information on electrostatics to help us with interpreting a "sticky tape" science project. Your site had everything we needed and more. Please keep at it. Yo u have a real gift for explaining the "unexplainable."
Beth & Mary Bowman <fbmbbowman@msn.com>
Knoxville, TN USA - Friday, November 28, 1997 at 20:00:40 (PST)
NICE SITE!
Nick <C_Zero@hotmail.com>
Goleta, CA USA - Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 20:27:55 (PST)
great site, great pictures, these are a lot different than the tesla coils on C&C: Red Alert
Jerry <homeboy894@aol.com>
Ishpeming, MI USA - Tuesday, November 25, 1997 at 16:57:39 (PST)
This is one of the greatest, and most informative sites that I have seen in a long time. As a webmaster, and a surfer, I take my hat off to you.
boygenius <boygenius@mailcity.com>
Scotia, NY USA - Sunday, November 23, 1997 at 13:18:42 (PST)
Just bookmarked you for later use. jiust bookmarked you
Esker f McConnell <ESKERONE@webtv.net>
San Bernardino, CA USA - Thursday, November 20, 1997 at 17:53:39 (PST)
Hiya! You have a lot of creative ideas for your page.....but it needs a little work. Please visit my page sometimes.

-Eagle Eye
Eagle Eye <j_123@hotmail.com>
My Nest, unknown USA - Thursday, November 20, 1997 at 10:50:55 (PST)


I am, as of right now, observing a visual phenomenon on my computer monitor that utterly astounds me. Now, I know very little about holographic phenomenons but I have read Bill B's article on holograms drawn by hand and I find very little resemblence between this and that. Anyway, I'm seeing a pattern of multicolored dots (I'm assuming this is caused by the pixels on the screen)that appear to be "thick" this is the only way I can think of to describe them because they are neither set in to the screen nor out from it. The dots are dust. The most interesting part, however, is that when I move my head side to side, I see a wavy sort of ripple pattern that boggles my mind! The dots also appear to melt together when I move my head as well. Please tell me if I'm a profoundly stupid moron or I'm really observing something worthy of interest. I swear I'm not making this up as I am sure that's what your thinking right now.
Zak <frogman@smashing-pumpkins.com>
USA - Tuesday, November 18, 1997 at 17:52:43 (PST)
What has been the fastest frequency dumped into the tesla coil? And at what VA? My field measurements have shown an almost logrithmic expansion of the electromagnetic field as power increases in the more linear fashion. I've been using old CB equipm ent, a field test meter, and a varible linear amplifier to about 50 watts. ps- remove the "b" in my e-mail address- a spam protective measure. :-)
Tom Patierno <tmpatiernbo@home.com>
Meriden, CT USA - Tuesday, November 18, 1997 at 16:29:06 (PST)
What has been the fastest frequency dumped into the tesla coil? And at what VA? My field measurements have shown an almost logrithmic expansion of the electromagnetic field as power increases in the more linear fashion. I've been using old CB equipm ent, a field test meter, and a varible linear amplifier to about 50 watts.
Tom Patierno <tmpatiernbo@home.com>
Meriden, CT USA - Tuesday, November 18, 1997 at 16:27:40 (PST)
Please send any info on electricaty
Matt Richter <matt@richter-home.net>
Roswell, GA USA - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 at 15:13:22 (PST)
I need help with the Ultra Electric Generator because I can't get it to work. I spin it very fast and it still doesn't work. My light bulb is fine and my wires also. Please someone who got it to work, mail me at NSyrattana at aolcom
Vo Syrattanakoun <NSyrattana@aol.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Tuesday, November 11, 1997 at 16:26:24 (PST)
I need help with the Ultra Electric Generator because I can't get it to work. I spin it very fast and it still doesn't work. My light bulb is fine and my wires also. Please someone who got it to work, mail me at NSyrattana at aolcom
Vo Syrattanakoun <NSyrattana@aol.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Tuesday, November 11, 1997 at 16:25:57 (PST)
This is one of the BEST sites about Tesla I have ever seen! I can't wait to get the chance to read everything there is here!
Richard Pate <rich@texoma.net>
Sherman, Tx USA - Monday, November 10, 1997 at 17:40:19 (PST)
Everything you've every wanted to know about science as a hobby!!
ME <Cincy40@aol.com>
tacoma, wa USA - Sunday, November 09, 1997 at 19:20:58 (PST)
I hope I can Find A lot of information here my Idea is due on Monday!!! I hope if you have any I deas to help me or give me a few tips you could e-mail me!!!------Nicky
Nicky <NickyDA@AOL.com>
Moorpark, ca USA - Saturday, November 08, 1997 at 14:26:17 (PST)
I am an electronics technician intersested in physics and chemistry,as well as a fascination with resonace,natural science,mathematics,quantum mechanics,and fishing I am currently working on Tesla's experiments any input is welcome.Dziekuje Bardzo.
Ron Zima <electron@caninet.com>
Niag.Falls, On Canada - Thursday, November 06, 1997 at 17:19:55 (PST)
I am an electronics technician intersested in physics and chemistry,as well as a fascination with resonace,natural science,mathematics,quantum mechanics,and fishing
Ron Zima <electron@caninet.com>
Niag.Falls, On Canada - Thursday, November 06, 1997 at 17:12:56 (PST)
I was wondering if anyone could help me. I have to make a model of any molecule I want to. I was wondering where I could find the information for this project. I need a lot of pictures as well as text. Thanks!
Jess <jakob@clo.com>
Willowdale, Toronto Canada - Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 20:21:01 (PST)
Right On Good stuff,Keep up the good work!!!
William Horn <whorn@whoi.edu>
Falmouth, Ma USA - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 19:06:19 (PST)
Love this site!!!
grant goldade <grantster@gcentral.com>
bismarck, nd USA - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 08:01:49 (PST)
I thought I was going to be searching the web over and over but you have put every thing under one roof. It will be easer to keep the flow going now that I don't have to stop and search all over the web every time I hit a snag.
John Parks <parks31@ibm.net>
Lakewood, WA USA - Saturday, October 25, 1997 at 00:16:28 (PDT)
Static electricity, the triboelectric series, magnetism, & suchlike are for me, as said Spock, "facinating!" I want to find on the 'Net a FULL,Complete,Detailed,Author- itative,etc.,list/discussion/exposition,etc., of the WHOLE Triboelectric Series! Anyone got more than billb at eskimo,etc.???
Tim Donahue <tdonahue@inreach.com>
Winchester, CA USA - Thursday, October 23, 1997 at 07:10:45 (PDT)
YOU OBVIOUSLY KNOW SOMETHING YOU DONT UNDERSTAND, LIKE IN THE FRONT PAGE, IS HE AFRAID THE ENERGY MAY FEED HIM BY TOSSING THE SPHERE FROM THERE? OR AFRAID TO LET THE ELECTRONS FLOW IN HIS FINGER TIPS AND OUT THE OTHERS TO ANOTHER TARGET FOR FEAR OF ELE CTROCUTION
5212709 <JANC@WEBTV>
USA - Wednesday, October 22, 1997 at 19:03:53 (PDT)
YOU OBVIOUSLY KNOW SOMETHING YOU DONT UNDERSTAND, LIKE IN THE FRONT PAGE, IS HE AFRAID THE ENERGY MAY FEED HIM BY TOSSING THE SPHERE FROM THERE? OR AFRAID TO LET THE ELECTRONS FLOW IN HIS FINGER TIPS AND OUT THE OTHERS TO ANOTHER TARGET FOR FEAR OF ELE CTROCUTION
5212709 <JANC WEB/TV>
USA - Wednesday, October 22, 1997 at 19:00:10 (PDT)
PLC and digital electronics
ismail gurcu <gurcu@egenet.com.tr>
manisa, 45 turkey - Tuesday, October 21, 1997 at 12:48:30 (PDT)
digital electronics ,I am a teacher about electronics and teaching PLC
ismail gurcu <gurcu@egener.com.tr>
manisa, 45 turkey - Tuesday, October 21, 1997 at 12:45:45 (PDT)
NO COMMENTS
DONIECE KROLL <DONIECEKROLL@Webtv.net>
Pasco, WA USA - Sunday, October 19, 1997 at 18:14:03 (PDT)
Hi. I am electronics buff. Here is the right place I am looking for. Thank you.
H.S. Pae <hspae@hotmail.com>
.., .. KOREA - Thursday, October 16, 1997 at 20:48:51 (PDT)
It Doth ROCK!! An excellant site for beginners and amateurs alike. Anybody know if there are sites on Dr. Gerald Bull and H.A.R.P.? Edison was a foolish leach who leached upon Tesla's genuis! Marconi also, Tesla long knew of wavelength before them all. HOWEVER, It is theorized that ALZHIEMERS is directly linked to EMF Exposure. Which would explain Tesla's madness in later years, And the alzhiemers count in older individuals that previously worked in mills with huge 3-phase generators. Watch your EMF count daily.!
The Mighty C-Rush <c-rush@valise.com>
Siktivkar, KO Russian Federation - Thursday, October 16, 1997 at 14:44:41 (PDT)
Hello! Here's The New Civilization Center from Poland! You guys got a cool page. We also work about alternate sciences... including magnocraft theory, microwave brain-controlling, quantum physics etc.
Martin Kaczmarek <mckey@zakus.ita.pwr.wroc.pl>
Piekary Slaskie, Poland - Wednesday, October 15, 1997 at 13:23:03 (PDT)
Interesting site. A good place to test the limits of an 'open' mind!
Robert Allen <rallen@pclink.com>
USA - Tuesday, October 14, 1997 at 08:28:49 (PDT)
Hello Everyone
Jason Dunnewin <jason.dunnewin@usa.net>
Grapevine, Tx USA - Saturday, October 11, 1997 at 10:47:17 (PDT)
good site ----
Bruce Carter <brucec@mindspring.com>
Melbourne, FL USA - Friday, October 10, 1997 at 13:17:27 (PDT)
Love this site!
Ryan Ritchie <rm@fishbowl>
Richwood, Wwv USA - Monday, October 06, 1997 at 07:58:16 (PDT)
Looking for technical minded persons that would like to colaborate on building science and technology related stuff. Have complete metal working shop,including cnc mill that I use to make my own circiut boards. Also have compete electronics lab. Bill WAinwright
Bill WAinwright <billmw@isomedia.com>
Issaquah, wa USA - Tuesday, September 30, 1997 at 12:41:17 (PDT)
great site, but you left us out: To find 4 applied science/consumer science labs which you may copy and use with no obligation, go to . The labs are offered as an ad for the text/lab manual SCIENCE IN THE MARKETPLACE.< /b>
Tiger Publications <teachrpt>
Sarasota, FL USA - Saturday, September 27, 1997 at 13:49:41 (PDT)
Great site! Good materials for projects . Fun projects I can help my kids with . Just what my son ( a 6 grader) needed to excite him for learning more about Science . Keep up the good work . Found you by surfin' . Later
Steve Smith <smith007@tsixroads.com>
Iuka, MS USA - Saturday, September 27, 1997 at 09:43:39 (PDT)
I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR SOMETHING LIKE THIS FOR A LONG TIME !! FANTASTIC!!
FRAN J. BREWSTER ESQ. <fritch211@webtv.net>
Fritch, tx USA - Saturday, September 27, 1997 at 06:23:24 (PDT)
I love men with brains and would like to hook up with someone, as a penpal, who has a MENSA-level I.Q. Write me and stimulate my mind.
Dimple <dimple@rocketmail.com>
Dallas, Tx USA - Thursday, September 25, 1997 at 19:39:15 (PDT)
I find this site very interesteing. I found it by surfing the net. I have found that their is alot of educational value in your web site.
Larry Shimokaji <larry.shimokaji@mailexcite.com>
Gardena, CA USA - Tuesday, September 23, 1997 at 22:08:41 (PDT)
I have plans for an anti-gravity machine. Please e-mail me for details. Merit
Merit Finer <mfiner@uswest.com>
Denver and Outerspace, CO USA - Monday, September 22, 1997 at 17:52:19 (PDT)
You have great science topics and info. Keep it up.
Innocent Xiong
Chicago, Il. USA - Sunday, September 21, 1997 at 13:04:38 (PDT)
This is one fantastic site, and I added a link to it from http://homeschool.base.org Homeschooler or not,visit us for unschooling information, and homeschool web chat.
Melissa Morgan <WiseStewards@sprynet.com>
USA - Sunday, September 21, 1997 at 09:12:18 (PDT)
Absolutely Fabulous!!!! This is a deam site for me! I have bookmarked your site and read in it for hours with the promise of many more to come. BRAVO, Bill! PS include some Biographical info.
David Vario <vdavid@erols.com>
Frederick, MD USA - Saturday, September 20, 1997 at 08:07:25 (PDT)
HEY, THIS IS QUITE INFORMATIVE, BUT IT DIDN'T HAVE WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR, AND THAT IS, WHAT SORT OF EXPERIMENT CAN I USE TO DEMONSTRATE IN CLASS, WHAT KIND OF CHARGE A COMB HAS AFTER YOU COMB THROUGH YOUR HAIR?? BUT ANYWAYS THIS IS STILL A PRETTY GOO D SITE.
SPICE <spice4eva@hotmail.com>
CANADA - Sunday, September 14, 1997 at 13:15:54 (PDT)
You helped my science project heaps! Thanks
Leona
Whyalla, SA Australia - Thursday, September 11, 1997 at 17:18:20 (PDT)
Nikola Tesla IS the father of electricity! He would be truely honored to know he had become this famous. Too bad he could not have been vindicated while he was alive.
Dave Pakulski <dpakulsk@eng.utoledo.edu>
toledo, oh USA - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 at 19:54:40 (PDT)
Why do the continents move? Could it be that the earth's core is rotating faster than the crust, being denser, thus breaking up the crust and taking the pieces along on an equatorial stream? Have a look at my animated gif! http://www.uni-kassel.de/~roehring/mov.gif (1,95mb!) at http://www.uni-kassel.de/~roehring/Welcome.html Who would like to simulate this on a computer? Mail me at: roehring at student.uni-kassel.de
Juergen Hinrichs <roehring@student.uni-kassel.de>
34117 Kassel, Germany - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 at 07:49:48 (PDT)
A friend and I are doing some preliminary design work on a new propulsion system and I have begun researching Tesla's work. I found your sight to be a great resource of links and info. Thanks!
William Hubbard <kwooda@azstarnet.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Thursday, September 04, 1997 at 23:35:56 (PDT)
Your site rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My favorite part is the science projects. I found you in a magazine called Yahoo! Internet Life. Your a great help. I even bookmarked you.
Ryan Pohlner
MD USA - Monday, September 01, 1997 at 08:01:14 (PDT)
Your site rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My favorite part is the science projects. I found you in a magazine called Yahoo! Internet Life. Your a great help. I even book marked
Ryan Pohlner
MD USA - Monday, September 01, 1997 at 08:00:42 (PDT)
Central Calif. can expect a 4.6 to 5.4 quake by the 4th of Sept.
Wayne Havins <Tinker56@aol.com>
or USA - Sunday, August 31, 1997 at 01:29:18 (PDT)
just a brief addeneum to the comments that I sent earlier. I was just checking out uncle chuckjes general store and some of the items on the site cant be found thruogh my server.
chris schur <cschur@bigfoot.com>
jacksonvilee, fl USA - Wednesday, August 27, 1997 at 15:43:15 (PDT)
a very interesting and intriguing site. we need more like this to keep the balance of "main line, traditional science" from totally brainwashing us. "They" say that teleportation doesn't occure like what is shown in Star Trek, but what about the "Philadelphia Experiment" that was under the U.S. Navy's contract with the U. S. government to develope and succeeded to do such during W.W.2? And it's still under denial and secrecy by both the Navy and government.
chris schur <cschur@bigfoot.com>
jacksonville, fl USA - Wednesday, August 27, 1997 at 15:18:25 (PDT)
a very interesting and intriguing site. we need more like this to keep the balance of "main line, traditional science" from totally brainwashing us. "They" say that teleportation doesn't occure like what is shown in Star Trek, but what about the "Philadelphia Experiment" that was under the U.S. Navy's contract with the U. S. government to develope and succeeded to do such during W.W.2? And it's still under denial and secrecy by both the Navy and government.
chris schur <cschur@bigfoot.com>
jacksonville, fl USA - Wednesday, August 27, 1997 at 15:18:15 (PDT)
I have learn how to self float in the air, the problem is its only an illusion, is there any guimice or tool I could use for the same effect,info and links needed thx-U :-) phi. e
Philip Eddolls <eddolls @ aztec.com>
Toronto, Ont Canada - Saturday, August 23, 1997 at 13:49:51 (PDT)
Check out my homepage. It´s cool stuff from out ta space WE ARE NOT ALONE
Almi <almi-gitti@t-online.de>
Hanau, Germany - Friday, August 22, 1997 at 18:02:51 (PDT)
GREAT STUFF. GOOD READING. VERY INTERESTING SEND MORE!!
JIM <ARSN9ESH@JUNO.COM>
ROLLING MEADOWS, ILLINOIS USA - Tuesday, August 19, 1997 at 21:26:54 (PDT)
I have used your page as a resource for my children's science homework and projects. I am now looking for a way to build a simple device with jars that measures barometric pressure. Can you direct me to the right place? Thanks!!!
L. S. B. <abook4u@aol.com>
A city in, OK USA - Tuesday, August 19, 1997 at 19:24:27 (PDT)
great page plenty of info. keep up the good work
Ian Gundrill <gundrill@tech-center.com>
Mackay Qld, Australia - Saturday, August 16, 1997 at 17:56:22 (PDT)
Your site appears t'have great promise!
Tim Donahue <tdonahue@inreach.com>
Winchester, CA USA - Wednesday, August 13, 1997 at 18:03:17 (PDT)
Heard about a guy who did magnetic levitation the easy way. He built a model which used magnetic repulsion. He had 2 magnets repelling each other. Then he added a circular magnet around one of the repelling magnets which he put in a levitating model. The circular magnet was the opposite polarity of the main repulsive magnet in the model, and also the attracting polarity to the magnets in a board. The model therefore centered itself over a board where he had a series of magnets that could be turned on and off, causing the levitating model to move in a circular path. Seems this magnetic levitating model described on the net has no stability. Faster switching would only eject the supported bar faster. How about adding another set of magnets above the bar, only have them wired to oppose the sensor changes in the lower 2 magnetic rows? That is, instead of increasing a N mag field when a N pole comes near, have it produce a weak N pole to cancel some of the oscillations.
David Coldwell <janitord@smartt.com>
Kelowna, ?? Canada - Tuesday, August 12, 1997 at 03:03:15 (PDT)
Excellent work, I must say! Einstein, Tesla, and Newton would be proud of you if they were here today!!! I'll be back soon!!!!
Fu Cherng, Benedict Choo <cfc_2@hotmail.com>
Ipoh, Pk Malaysia - Monday, August 11, 1997 at 02:23:19 (PDT)
Excellent work, I must say! Einstein, Tesla, and Newton would be proud of you if they were here today!!! I'll be back soon!!!!
Fu Cherng, Benedict Choo <cfc_2@hotmail.com>
Ipoh, Pk Malaysia - Monday, August 11, 1997 at 02:23:09 (PDT)
Listened to Art Bell's guest "Steven Gibbs" about building time machines. Plans say I need a 200kv coil with gold or copper pyramids. Anyone can help me (green novice) get started please e-mail!
D.K. Mason <Honolulu_2@hotmail.com>
Honolulu, HI USA - Sunday, August 10, 1997 at 19:40:22 (PDT)
Great stuff. It great to see someone else looking at misconceptions about science. Please visit my site "Correcting anti-environmental myths".
Jim Norton <jimn469897@aol.com>
USA - Saturday, August 09, 1997 at 16:56:07 (PDT)
Hi Bill, great stuff, keep up the good work. I host a work study group in London exploring and promoting New Energy Technologies. We are just about to be incorporated as a not-for-profit trust. Essentially, what we hope to do is lobby for support within the environmental movement for active pioneers. We have members that have worked hands on with an number of systems; Browns, Meyers, Takahashi, Adams etc and would like to connect up with investigators interested in this field. Would anyone be interested in a mIRC conference, perhaps on a regular basis? Best wishes, John Allan
John Allan <esol@backspace.org>
London, UK - Friday, August 08, 1997 at 19:08:27 (PDT)
Hi Bill, great stuff, keep up the good work. I host a work study group in London exploring and promoting New Energy Technologies. We are just about to be incorporated as a not-for-profit trust. Essentially, what we hope to do is lobby for support within the environmental movement for active pioneers. We have members that have worked hands on with an number of systems; Browns, Meyers, Takahashi, Adams etc and are interested in connecting up with investigators interested in this field. Would anyone be interested in a mIRC conference, perhaps on a regular basis? Best wishes, John Allan
John Allan <esol@backspace.org>
London, UK - Friday, August 08, 1997 at 19:06:36 (PDT)
Hi Bill, great stuff, keep up the good work. i host a work study group in London exploring promoting New Energy technologies just about to be incorporated as a not-for-profit trust. Essentially we hope to lobbyfor support within the environmental movement. We have members that have worked hands on with an number of systems. We are interested to connected up with investigators interested in this field. Would anyone be intereseted in a mIRC conference? Besy wishes, John Allan
John Allan <esol@backspace.org>
London, UK - Friday, August 08, 1997 at 19:00:46 (PDT)
a really enjoyable page; the science misconceptions page has sparked some very interesting discussions in my household. It's been fun, and I will encourage my students to check you out.
Claudia
Alameda, CA USA - Wednesday, August 06, 1997 at 10:21:22 (PDT)
From 27 september till 23 november the teyler museum will exhibit a replica of the biggest electrostatic generator on earth who will be actually demonstrated (300.000 volt). The original electrostatic generator is also in the museum and is built in 178 4 bij Van Marum. See our site in english.
Teylers Museum
Haarlem, Holland, Europe - Tuesday, August 05, 1997 at 01:44:13 (PDT)
Mr. Bill you Have the best list of sorces available in the galaxy.
Robert Ellis <REllis7246>
Katy, Tx USA - Sunday, August 03, 1997 at 21:54:20 (PDT)
Ooops, this link should work..=O) V
WIDGET'S WORLD
UK - Sunday, August 03, 1997 at 08:16:11 (PDT)
My my what a fascinating site...one for the bookmark.html fer sure.
WIDGET'S WORLD

Jason <Widget2000@aol.com>
Rhyl, Wales - Sunday, August 03, 1997 at 07:27:44 (PDT)
Good Work! keep this site alive. I'lllllll be back!
Douglas Welch <sdcccact@aol.com>
USA - Thursday, July 31, 1997 at 12:34:58 (PDT)
Exelent.!! What stil puzzles me,i am not off iron and still the gravity works on me.Look at my site Http://www.globalxs. nl/home/w/wteiwsen under the button "inventions".
willy teiwsen <wteiwsen@globalxs.nl>
Asten, Netherlands - Monday, July 28, 1997 at 11:41:44 (PDT)
What a pleasure to find this site!
sulaiman zai <sulai@netspeed.com.au>
canberra, australia - Sunday, July 27, 1997 at 23:14:16 (PDT)
Great site. Visit my homepage.
Jeffery Winkler <Aristotle2@goplay.com>
Hanford, CA USA - Saturday, July 26, 1997 at 04:06:57 (PDT)
Excellent site!
John Tooker <jtooker@usa.net>
Calgary, Ab Canada - Thursday, July 17, 1997 at 00:22:02 (PDT)
I just found your site and I do love it. It's refreshing for an old retired physics and chemistry teacher to see that humor and being serious, being logical and scienctific is still on the air. I'll visit you once more. Thank you. Keep on the track D.Wizun
daniel wizun <dwizun@infonie.fr>
Bry sur Marne, France - Wednesday, July 16, 1997 at 13:08:50 (PDT)
I am doing a master's paper dealing with misconceptions on the particulate nature of matter. I have found some sources on the net that I have not been able to reach from Cornell. If anyone has any good testing questions to identify misconceptions, Pleasee e-mail me. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated!
Sharon <sdmiller@fidnet.com>
USA - Tuesday, July 15, 1997 at 16:39:46 (PDT)
Excellent website! It inspired me, in part, to continue my time travel research!
Dr. John R Tooker <jrtooker@freenet.calgary.ab.ca>
Calgary, Ab Canada - Monday, July 14, 1997 at 01:36:14 (PDT)
A wonderful site. A pity most of this research is suppressed. It will be the next generation. Let's hope some intrepid company takes up the challenge.
Gavin <buddha@icon.co.za>
Johannesburg, GP South Africa - Saturday, July 12, 1997 at 03:23:25 (PDT)
Wow - It's already Saturday here.
Mike <mfinch@iafrica.com>
Cape Town, ZA - Friday, July 11, 1997 at 15:50:41 (PDT)
I think I found what I'm looking for! Cool Site....shot!
Mike <mfinch@iafrica.com>
Cape Town, ZA - Friday, July 11, 1997 at 15:49:26 (PDT)
A site with a sense of humor - thank you! I will be visiting your site many times in the future - for k-5 students. Good luck. Judy
Judy Curtis <sage52@intertex.net>
East Bernard, TX USA - Tuesday, July 08, 1997 at 15:43:12 (PDT)
A site with a sense of humor - thank you! I will be visiting your site many times in the future - for k-5 students. Good luck. Judy
Judy Curtis <sage52@intertex.net>
East Bernard, TX USA - Tuesday, July 08, 1997 at 15:42:23 (PDT)
Have FUN learning about the basics of MATH and TECHNOLOGY while doing INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES with JPL's Pathfinder Sojourner Simulator! Find out how scientists use the remarkable properties of triangles to guide the Sojourner rover.
Kye Ewing <mail@kyes-world.com>
W Palm Beach, FL USA - Monday, July 07, 1997 at 11:26:09 (PDT)
Hi, what's up? I am looking for a good science project idea. If you have any, e-mail me. I am very deesperate. Thanks, bye!
Claire Kosloski <ebeck@carol.net>
Anderson, SC USA - Saturday, July 05, 1997 at 08:07:25 (PDT)
what is the closest science has come to perpetual motion?
brad porter
USA - Friday, July 04, 1997 at 21:50:52 (PDT)
The discussion on electric circuits got me thinking. I've even tried to study my EM textbook and physics book to see how energy can be shown to be a wave moving from the source to a lightbulb(for example)-- no conclusions yet!

On the generation of lightning I found an interesting clue, namely that there is a 400KV potential difference between high-level almosphere and the surface of the Earth -- this gives a good start to the generation of lighting
mike whitney <mikewhitney@worldnet.att.net>
costa mesa, ca USA - Tuesday, July 01, 1997 at 13:28:22 (PDT)


As many substances are heated from a low temperature, they go through a succession of states: solid, liquid, gas, and plasma. At high temperature, all matter is in the plasma state. This state is characterized by the fact that the atoms of the material have broken apart, with at least some of the electrons being freed from their parent atoms. Thus a plasma consists of two populations of electrically charged particles: the liberated electrons which carry a negative charge, and the parent atoms which now carry a positive charge.
Gerald Zani <zani@physics.brown.edu>
Providence, RI USA - Friday, June 27, 1997 at 07:27:15 (PDT)
Great site, I had a lot of fun, Thanks
RodLaRod <FFantin975@aol.com>
Lorain, Oh USA - Thursday, June 26, 1997 at 14:36:18 (PDT)

Simon Jones <simon.jones@usa.net>
Liverpool, UK UK - Wednesday, June 25, 1997 at 04:55:59 (PDT)
"IT'S ALIVE............"
allen(LURCH) dinsmore <MLI5555@aol.com>
butler, pa USA - Saturday, June 21, 1997 at 02:23:23 (PDT)
I enjoy science with a passion. Most guys are obsessed with football -- I'm obsessed with science! (Football sucks!) Your web sight adds so much to my pleasure. I even enjoy some of the way out weird stuff. Good work, Bill!!!!
Mike Gray <mike@win.bright.net>
Amery, WI USA - Friday, June 13, 1997 at 18:32:38 (PDT)
Excellent page. Proof of the benefits of the Internet. " It is better to have tried and failed than never to have tried at all" (author unknown)
Stephane Livolsi <igroup@sos-connect.com>
Williams Lake, BC Canada - Monday, June 09, 1997 at 08:30:19 (PDT)
I'll be back for sure, great reading
Kevin Taylor
usa - Saturday, June 07, 1997 at 00:17:10 (PDT)
They have landed on the moon, so run for the hillz...
z <zillah9@aol.com>
san anselmo, ca USA - Wednesday, June 04, 1997 at 22:54:03 (PDT)
Very Interesting. Maybe I can find a use for the 75 10KV caps under my workbench ;-)
David Byrne <kapnkid@concentric.net>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Wednesday, June 04, 1997 at 22:03:30 (PDT)
Your a damn genius! Keep up the good work. **The Cheese is Life! He who Controls the Cheese Controls Life!**
The Cheese <CalCheese@aol.com>
RPV, CCA USA - Sunday, June 01, 1997 at 20:18:03 (PDT)
nice place
Katie <FLITTLE49@aol.com>
Edina, MN USA - Friday, May 30, 1997 at 15:06:13 (PDT)
Most interesting
Arcullis <wrbiii@attworldnet.com>
Salem, va USA - Wednesday, May 28, 1997 at 14:37:48 (PDT)
This is one of the best web pages I've seen.
Fred Bairn <Mad_Cow81@juno.com>
az USA - Monday, May 26, 1997 at 12:07:28 (PDT)
A really splendid effort! I'll be a regular visitor in future. Keep up the good work
Joe Cummings <joecmn@globalnet.co.uk>
Burnley, UK - Monday, May 26, 1997 at 08:19:49 (PDT)
Exelent site. You give way out, in our creativity, about "fire". This site, proves that science, has somthing to do, with every day life, also that the Knowlege, could be a game. Thanks a lot. Georgios Kasimatis Kythera GREECE
George Kasimatis <kytherios@matrix.kapatel.gr>
GREECE - Saturday, May 24, 1997 at 23:22:20 (PDT)
boreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreingboreing,gee this was more intresting than your web site.
mem <paddylou.com.msn@>
USA - Friday, May 23, 1997 at 19:37:49 (PDT)
Electronics and Science freaks Unite!! Try putting a mirror in a microwave, it makes cool trails. ***I am currently working on a project to send audio over a laser beam***. ANYONE with Ideas or Suggestions E-MAIL ME!!!!!!
John Clark <jrcstudi@magicnet.net>
Orlando, FL USA - Thursday, May 22, 1997 at 22:51:04 (PDT)
Godzilla ate my socks and there are coyotes after me.
brian rogers <dmrogers@customcpu,com>
anchorage, ak USA - Thursday, May 22, 1997 at 18:25:30 (PDT)
Kitchen Lava Lamp. Empty a quart beer bottle and 3/4 fill with 70% rubbing alcohol. Add enough supermarket vegetable cooking oil to cover bottom an inch. Add enough water and Chlorox bleach(prevents the oil from seperating}to hump it up. Add some red flourescent markerpen dye. Gives a green bottom to pink top. The lamp needs time to become stable so you will be fiddling with the small amounts of water and bleach to add. Leave plenty of room at the top for expansion.
Doug Rinck <frede@sl.bet>
Sacramento, Ca USA - Wednesday, May 21, 1997 at 11:33:17 (PDT)
John: BY EXPLAINING THE MOLECULAR STRUCTURE OF YTTERBIUM IT CLARIFIES THE AUTHENTICITY OF YOUR ARGUMENT THAT LIFE BEGAN IN OR AROUND 1932. Suzie: YEAH JOHN, I KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN. IT'S LIKE THE WIND PATTERNS ARE SOMEHOW LINKED TO OUR SLEEPING PATTERNS. WHAT AN AWESOME DISCOVERY! SO, DO YOU CHAT OFTEN? WRITE ME BACK, YOU SOUND CUTE! BYE!
John McLearmonov <John@httl.bui.edu.com>
Primville, WA USA - Tuesday, May 20, 1997 at 09:23:54 (PDT)
I'm a 3rd grade teacher and I wouold like some ideas for science experiements.
Vanessa Harvey <v_harvey@farl-herm.miu4.k12.pa.us>
Farrell, Pa USA - Friday, May 16, 1997 at 04:37:11 (PDT)
If anyone has info on vortex gun/projectors, please SEND ME PLANS!!!
Jonpaul Okal <GOJPO@aol/com>
USA - Thursday, May 15, 1997 at 13:50:27 (PDT)
HI , THIS IS MY FIRST VISIT LOOKING FOWARD TO LEARNING SOME NEW EXPERIMENTS I CAN USE IN SCHOOL. I`M 12 YEARS OLD AND IN 6TH GRADE.
JACKIE PESANTE <FOREVERG@WARWICK.NET>
MONROE, NY USA - Tuesday, May 13, 1997 at 17:06:13 (PDT)
HI , THIS IS MY FIRST VISIT LOOKING FOWARD TO LEARNING SOME NEW EXPERIMENTS I CAN USE IN SCHOOL. I`M 12 YEARS OLD AND IN 6TH GRADE.
JACKIE PESANTE <FOREVERG@WARWICK.NET>
MONROE, NY USA - Tuesday, May 13, 1997 at 17:05:21 (PDT)
HI , THIS IS MY FIRST VISIT LOOKING FOWARD TO LEARNING SOME NEW EXPERIMENTS I CAN USE IN SCHOOL.
JACKIE PESANTE <FOREVERG@WARWICK.NET>
MONROE, NY USA - Tuesday, May 13, 1997 at 16:19:01 (PDT)
i would very much like to see some more high voltage generatoin circuits in these pages. i am a complete enthusiast in high voltage generation and would like to add to my list of some fairly simple circuits, like inverters that run from battery not mai ns and give out a good voltage, these i would prefere more as i have possibly all the transformer circuits . also could you maybe include some high voltage inductor circuits for good measure. i have tried also in the past to make a transformer out of load s of thin wire and a bit of thick wire on a iron former but it did not work very well i think maybe the secondary wire was so thin that i had snaped it. so could you do somthing briefly on this please. At the moment i do a course on electronics at b-tec l evel and its fairly good. also i am interested in fm transmision using crystal occilator i have not yet found any circuits on these so if you wouls be so kind, i'm sure other people would be interested too. if you would like to make a page on this stuff a nd need a few other circuits give me a e-mail and i will send you a mountain of circuits . i'm hoping that i've only scratched the cerface of this subject and await huge lots of info to get though yet
dan the man <hic34057@mail.burton-college.ac.uk>
burton, de england - Tuesday, May 13, 1997 at 01:14:21 (PDT)
Looks great on first visit...keep it up...I'll be back to check things out. Only after you visit my site and sign the guestbook though *grin*
dimension4 <dimension4@hotmail.com>
Mornington, VIC AUSTRALIA - Thursday, May 08, 1997 at 05:41:53 (PDT)

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