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Nice site !! What is the basic difference between 1 phase and 3 phase 240volt power ?? my email is zkoolman(at)yahoo(dot)com
Loren Olson
Fresno, CA USA - Wednesday, December 29, 2004 at 22:02:10 (PST)
why isnt the link to the picture of my girlfriends vision not up? sorry i just want people to see it for you to see it i sent it a bunch of times well twice i`d like it built or any insights as to how it would be built
USA - Wednesday, December 29, 2004 at 10:03:53 (PST)
Dear Sir, I managed to find your web page fm google.

I got this problem in my office or any aircon places... whenever i feel cold, when i touch a door knob, a cabinet or anyone of my colleague... there sure will come a loud spark sound and a bite too. How should i overcome this? Is there any solution to avoid from having the sparks?

Awaiting for your reply.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year~

Thanks/With Warmest Regards

Yvonne Go email add : yvonnegkc at yahoocom.sg
Yvonne Go
Singapore, Singapore - Monday, December 27, 2004 at 22:00:38 (PST)

have a merry christmas and a happy new year. I'm so sorry I'm late say merry christmas because christmas is over.
augusta, geogria USA - Monday, December 27, 2004 at 19:03:23 (PST)
this the link to the vision i want asmanyaspossible to view this
USA - Sunday, December 26, 2004 at 13:01:14 (PST)
We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! New Energy Technologies magazine http://www.faraday.ru
Alexander V. Frolov
St.Petersburg, RU Russia - Friday, December 24, 2004 at 02:04:54 (PST)
I don't have the ability to send out sparks on door knobs BUT I do turn off street lights when I'm stressed, shock people all the time, send out a strange noise on my computer, etc. Had massive brain surgery and have signals when I'm happy, sad, glad, etc. Sometimes it hurts to feel the 'signals' in my head.
Moore, OK USA - Thursday, December 23, 2004 at 16:21:04 (PST)
i wrote about the vision...sorry if f-ed anything up i thought you`d want see it and possibly give it some thought...as might others but it was for you
slocin at hotmailcom
USA - Wednesday, December 22, 2004 at 08:31:40 (PST)
follow the link to my girlfriends vision (seriously, a vision)....figure it out and change the world....
USA - Wednesday, December 22, 2004 at 08:28:25 (PST)
Let me tell you how much I'm enjoying you site, it is something I've been looking for for a long time. I appreciate you doing it. Thank you for your magnificent effort. David
Jefferson, Oh USA - Wednesday, December 22, 2004 at 05:02:21 (PST)

Your site has been selected to receive the Griffith Observatory Star Award for the week of Dec. 26 - Jan. 1 for excellence in promoting astronomy to the public through the World Wide Web.

The Star Award is presented only once a week to a deserving site and is quite exclusive. One award is made each week, and it is permanent. Recipients are acknowledged at the Griffith Observatory?s Star Award page at http://www.GriffithObs.org/StarAward.html. You can view other recipients at that location.

You are invited to announce this award and to post it indefinitely as a graphic at your web site. Contact me for the graphic. -- John Mosley
Griffith Observatory
Los Angeles, CA USA - Tuesday, December 21, 2004 at 09:19:37 (PST)

I just want to say THANKS to all people in this community. You really help me.
NY, NY USA - Monday, December 20, 2004 at 02:42:33 (PST)
Dear AMSCi, Does anyone have interest in a Redpoint Encapsulator? This is a ~50 gallon vac/pressure chamber used to de-gas and dissolve gasses in polymers, followed by thermal cure. I got it for use as a large vac chamber to evaporate Al on large-ish objects such as mirrors, art items, etc. But no room any more, and it goes out! Free to first trailer / truck that shows up, otherwise it will head for recycling and soon! Any interest? Regards, Jim Russell (253) 773-3919 off (425) 802-3713 m
Jim Russell
Bellevue, WA USA - Monday, December 13, 2004 at 11:16:35 (PST)
This is a good website. check out this one. it is abut the bajak flux capacitor.thanks
Jonathan Phillips
Paden City, WV USA - Monday, December 13, 2004 at 09:03:31 (PST)
Does anyone know how I can earn money in internet?
NY, NY USA - Monday, December 13, 2004 at 03:51:43 (PST)
Have you or anyone other "hearers" ever go to Yellowstone National Park if you have did the hum get louder? Maybe it just me but i couldn't even get close to the park my last vaction?Yellowstone is 1 of 10 to 12 Super Volcanos through out the world.
USA - Sunday, December 12, 2004 at 03:31:03 (PST)
I am thinking of making a Bajak Flux Capacitor and I was wondering if anyone had any information about it. If so Please Email me about it. Thanks
Jonathan Phillips
Paden City, WV USA - Friday, December 10, 2004 at 07:22:55 (PST)
I am writing a report on Nikola Tesla and I used your site quite often. The report has to be done in MLA format and I am having a hard time finding publication information. If you could please email me at GaDawgs29955 at aolcom
Chris Davenport
Atlanta, GA USA - Wednesday, December 08, 2004 at 10:03:49 (PST)
We have a Van De Graaff generator that is making tremendous sparks, but we can't get anyone's hair to stand on end. Any suggestions? Please email me at wwwnjacklin at gavc.mornet.org. (subtract the www from the e-mail address.)
Ned Jacklin
Morris, IL USA - Thursday, December 02, 2004 at 10:49:42 (PST)
Hey guys - not a science ? exactly. Have been searching high and low for a something signed by Feynman (manuscript, book) for my boyfriend. Anybody know where I can find one? Thanks
USA - Wednesday, December 01, 2004 at 17:17:03 (PST)
this site is gay
who cares
ny, ny USA - Wednesday, December 01, 2004 at 06:39:13 (PST)
hey guys!! were a group of 15 yr old girls from australia we love this website!!! it really helps us get lots of imformation for r school projects.... uve save r lives like 10 times when weve got things due the next day! because were alawys out surfing and stuff so we dont have time 4 school Luv ya luv us xoxoxoxooxox
ellie alexia and eliza
adelaide, SA Australia - Monday, November 22, 2004 at 15:28:02 (PST)
I'm a physics grad student, composer, and longtime fringe scientist/psychonaut/inventor...love this site. Come check out mine, especially if you like classical music. Done wrote my own. I have a potential fusion reactor design inspired by ball lightning that you should check out, fishing for funding now.
Bill Robinson
Raleigh, NC USA - Sunday, November 21, 2004 at 19:19:31 (PST)
I am amazed by the unusual insight that transistors are devices controlled in fact by base voltage but not current in the article "How Do Transistors Work?". I would like to know if it is possible that the author write another article to explain how FETs and MOSFETs work in the near future? Thanks!
[I'll do one eventually. Short version: in FETs, the insulating depletion regions act like balloons, inflating and deflating according to the voltages applied to the three terminals. Increase the voltage, and these "balloons" move towards each other, squeezing the conducting channel from the side and changing its width and length. A central idea: the term "pinch-off" does not mean that the channel is pinched closed. Instead it means that the insulating "balloons" of depletion-region have pushed flat together but without touching... and the very thin channel that remains between them can start acting extremely weird. For example, during "pinch-off mode," if we increase the voltage between the Source and Drain, the depletion regions change shape and the channel becomes longer. It becomes just exactly long enough to keep the current constant. VERY weird eh? It's a length-changing resistor, controlled by the voltage applied across it, and acting as a constant-current regulator. -billb]
Taipei, R.O.C. Taiwan - Thursday, September 30, 2004 at 20:21:30 (PDT)
I would appreciate any comments on my post at: http://www.physicsforumscom/showthread.php?threadid=9145
San Rafael, Ca USA - Saturday, November 20, 2004 at 06:17:40 (PST)
I have always wanted to build a model maglev train, and now I can because of the informative articles on this site! One question though, in your linear motor article, you have to power the electromagnet on the vehicle with a battery; Why can't you put the permanent magnets on the vehicle and electromagnets on the track so that the vehicle can be propelled indefinitely (until the power is cut)? If you can, what else on your design do you have to change? If you want to email me here it is (minus the B): rkjamesoB at ncsuedu
Ransom Jameson
Raleigh, NC USA - Thursday, November 18, 2004 at 07:59:48 (PST)
Hi, Bill. I asked at MadSci Network about aluminum foil balls, and you were kind enough to respond. I have a bit of a follow up for you. The ball I had been using has finally ceased working, and I need a new one. Apparently, eventually, it does need replacing. And I had already stopped using dryer sheets because my son's skin is too sensitive to the chemicals, so I had full-blown static going before I started using the aluminum foil. Thank you very much for your answer. This has been driving me crazy.
Holli Carr
Columbia, mo USA - Tuesday, November 16, 2004 at 07:45:56 (PST)
Can a penny and a nail dissolve in a can of coke.
Andrew J
Chicago, IL USA - Sunday, November 14, 2004 at 15:39:28 (PST)
I've been hearing what I think is THE HUM for about a month and it's DRIVING ME NUTS. Where/how am I supposed to 'report this'???? To who??? Have had the electric company check things out already. WHAT NEXT??
dunstable, ma USA - Saturday, November 13, 2004 at 05:04:14 (PST)
Just discovered your web site. Great job! My fundamental question concerning em flow in a circuit is this...Since electrons have inertia and electrons have to move to produce current how can the em fields in the space around a circuit move at the speed of light. There has to be a time delay for the electrons to move, unlike the E X B of a wave in free space. Yet, we say that the velocity is the speed of light in both cases. Once the Poynting flow is generated in the space around the wire, say a air or vacuum filled coax, the speed of propagation is the speed of light without any inertial effects due to the electrons.
Jim Downing
USA - Friday, November 12, 2004 at 13:51:13 (PST)
An IDEA, For use with Space Warp Capacitor Do you know that if you put powder on a drum and beat it with certain frequencies (beat at certain locations on the drum) the result is that powder forms patterns on the drum (because of anti/nodes), welllllll How about, one method to create all them very many layers in a space warp capacitor array is to use a similiar method to make electrically conductive material move into layers (pattern formed by waves). This could allow you to create a 50cm long capacitor that has potentially millions of layers!!!!!! and without all that hard work of assembling layers. . . . . Maybe a future version could have a frequenc/ies producing device at an end of the capacitor, AND when the capacitor has a burn out (what ever it is called when the capacitor no longer works because of dielectric breakdown) you simply active the device attached and it makes the layers reform, OR maybe the device could be on all the time during the operation of the capacitor and that way it never breaksdown and the maximum voltage possible is increased!
Sydney, NSW Australia - Thursday, November 11, 2004 at 21:38:35 (PST)
UK - Tuesday, November 02, 2004 at 15:12:41 (PST)
Four eyes see more than two!
alex <alex at hotmailcom>
NY, NY USA - Tuesday, November 02, 2004 at 05:25:29 (PST)
thanks for some very interesting projects.. I built a tesla,and it worked,All made from junk, with the exception of a 3.5kv NST..Built the Vandergraaf this was tougher to get working,but fun to play with .. This is a kinda open question..Why cant i buy leyden jars in the UK..Why is it that a Cheap wimshurst costs just $39.90 in the USA but the cheapest in the UK seems to be around $500. I could almost fly over the pond to collect and still save money..
USA - Thursday, October 21, 2004 at 17:17:54 (PDT)
Hi! Bill, it has been sometime. Things are finally starting to move forward, with my VAWTs and new form of power trans. This is going to be huge. I know that you are truly a busy guy. We have serious problems, The Grid and Nuke Power. You are welcome, to come on board.
John F. Galbraith Jr.
N.Y. USA - Thursday, October 21, 2004 at 15:43:04 (PDT)
Hello, There's nothing like getting the straight story on a subject frought with bad analogies, explainations. So much appreciated, from both a curiosty standpoint, and from a practical standpoint.

I built up a new computer recently, and so was interested in the subject of electricity specifically, because I live in a house without 3 pronged AC recepticals.

Your article, Why Three Prongs -- http://amasci. com/amateur/whygnd.html --goes a long way in explaining the mysteries of the subject, and electricity in general, and I have a couple questions that don't seem to be answered in the article.

If manufacturers ingeniously started connecting ground wire to metal appliance chasis, in case of a short circuit, why did they attach one wire to the chasis before they were doing it for this (short circuit protection) reason? [It was for shielding of low-level signals. I've only seen one device like that: a cheap tube-type guitar amp from the 1950s which had no power transformer, but used 120V to run the tubes. If you plugged it in one way it was safe, but if you turned the power plug the other way, it would make the chassis hot. Since the guitar had no grounded metal parts, the only way you'd ever get shocked was if you touched some grounded metal and then touched the metal back of the wooden amplifier box... or more likely, if you grabbed the metal audio jack (AND the plug happened to be flipped into the dangerous position.) Since there are old stories of people getting bad shocks from metal microphones while standing on wet ground outdoors, I wouldn't be suprised if lots of the cheap audio amps from early "electric guitar" days had their metal chassis "grounded" to one random side of the power plug. -billb]

Also, in the case of three pronged male plug grounding, is one of the other two prongs still attached to "ground" for backward compatablity? [ Yes, one is still grounded. It's called "neutral." We cannot use it as ground because during high currents (2000 watt heaters, also during short circuits!) it may develop many volts in relation to true ground because copper wires are resistors, not ideal conductors. Also, sometimes electricians make mistakes and swap the hot and neutral lines at the outlet, or even get the system wrong at the main junction box. Safety ground MUST be ground; no mistakes allowed. The third pin has a different shape of connection to the wires (helps avoid mistakes), uses different color wire, and in modern setups is connected to grounded metal conduit for redundant safety. Get it wrong, and the breakers blow when power is applied for the first time. -billb] If not, why the different sized eyes? If so, then why is it wrong to use as ground, the wire corresponding to this eye, when converting from a two prong to three prong GFCI?

I'm not sure I've asked the right questions, and certain I've not fully understood. Hopefully you, or someone else understands the essence of my confusion here, and can help clarify this.

Regards, and thanks so much,


bhoover at wecscom
Bryan Hoover
Richmond, VA USA - Wednesday, October 20, 2004 at 18:28:16 (PDT)

i am looking for a experiment to show my kid (science project) how electricty flows through the ground from a power source and how for away the current will travel. similar to when lighting strikes the ground, how far away is it possible to feel the charge
USA - Tuesday, October 19, 2004 at 18:23:47 (PDT)
Good material,,, I tried to find out what you had to say about the Tunguska and the deathray and the page could not be displayed. Still would like to find out as much as I can on the subject..... Thank you,, LeRoy
USA - Saturday, October 16, 2004 at 19:30:45 (PDT)
I'm looking for a 'mirror-like' camera filter. In the latest Esquire magazine there's an article on/by Chuck Close(artist/photographer) where he describes placing a mirror like filter over the lens that allows the portrait sitter to see themselves while looking directly into the lens. I think Spiratone made these ? Do you have or know of a filter like this, or a similar device (two way mirror) that has a hole in it for the lens to stick through ? Optical quality of course. I can be emailed at fh[dot]gross[at]sympatico[dot]ca -Thanks for any pointers.
Canada - Thursday, October 14, 2004 at 08:28:10 (PDT)
I don't know if my search engine stinks or what but your website is the only one with Teslas picture in it!!! it realy helped me get my A+ in science this is worth sharing to friends!
peter okun
davie, FL USA - Wednesday, October 13, 2004 at 13:18:53 (PDT)
Your site is very dull? it had no colours not to mention no info on science fair
........., ..... USA - Tuesday, October 12, 2004 at 13:27:41 (PDT)
I need to know if I can successfully change the color of a daffodil and/or a tulip. I'm asking only to see if it's possible. someone tell me!
Victor, MT USA - Wednesday, September 29, 2004 at 09:56:11 (PDT)
I was recently trying to make a magnet float at least three centimeters and all i want is something to make it float that is magnetic, electromagnetic or anything you can think of, but the peice that is levitating canot be touched by anything around it and it has to be about the size of the quarter, and the base should be ru by beteries or with a cable or something if electro magnetic, and the base has to only be about 4 cm in hight and the size of a hand spread out in with.
USA - Tuesday, September 28, 2004 at 13:46:02 (PDT)
Hi! I bought recently a Kenmoore refrigerator 8.50amps 115volts and 60herz. Now I have to moove back to Switzerland and would like to bring it with me. To make it short I dont know if it's sufficiant to just change the the voltage or do I have to change the herz as well (50herz is used in Switzerland). Also if I do have to change the herz is there a particular part that I could replace. What ever I have to replace where is the best place to get it from? Thanks to anyone who can help Beat beategli at verizonnet
Beat Egli
Florida, FL USA - Monday, September 27, 2004 at 17:53:15 (PDT)
Hi Bill, I stumbled upon your web site while looking for kid-friendly info about kinetic energy. How wonderful it is to know that there are people like you out there in cyberspace who are concerned enough to get accurate science information out to all. As a teacher I am always trying to pass on the most accurate and up to date info I can get. Unfortunately we don't always have access to stuff that is right, so thanks a lot. Don't worry about putting it into lesson format, any teacher worth their salt can do that. JUST KEEP GIVING US THE FACTS... PLEASE!!!!
Margot Wilson
Cairns, Qld Australia - Thursday, September 23, 2004 at 07:01:36 (PDT)
I once had an Expcrton (no spelling mistake) AM+FM pocket radio from Maplin Electronics. It was cheap. It only needed 3 Volts, but one day I put in 12, just for fun. It hummed for a bit, then went BANG!, and there was lots of smoak.
Uk - Saturday, September 18, 2004 at 06:25:17 (PDT)
Great website about science. It's surely worth recommending to others!
Dallas, TX USA - Wednesday, September 15, 2004 at 03:49:03 (PDT)
Saw the description of dousing a duck with a wave-induced fountain. I also remember when I was younger, the Chinese culture exhibition in Seattle, where they had one of these lovelies available to play with: http://www.kleinbottlecom/SpoutingBowls.htm
Keith J. Farmer
Campbell, CA USA - Monday, September 13, 2004 at 22:59:24 (PDT)
Back in 1996 when I first started using e-mail and the web, I found a site about Nikola Tesla. I have had a quote from Tesla on my e-mail for years.. "We are confronted with portentous problems which can not be solved just by providing for our material existence, however abundantly." - Nikola Tesla The only quote I have ever used. Nice site, I will be reading the autobiography you have so kindly posted
jgilbrid at bellsouthnet
Raleigh , NC USA - Friday, September 10, 2004 at 16:12:38 (PDT)
Hi I just want to say this is so boring i dont ever want to go to this web site again...
Mississippi, 8747 HEY THERE - Tuesday, September 07, 2004 at 16:59:17 (PDT)
i think that your site is very boring and silly it needs more colour!!!!!!!
bah, bah bah - Tuesday, September 07, 2004 at 16:58:37 (PDT)
Hey Bill! Here is another surplus electronics link for ya. They have alot of great test equipment and components. http://www.sayalcom/ Toronto, On Canada eh! - Friday, August 27, 2004 at 12:10:00 (PDT)
the ron hill recording at avebury sounds like a radio frequency with static background: meaning it's not the genuine hum. the r. loose recording at chaco canyon, however, appears to be the real deal as i have heard it described: very low level, steady, consistent, clear of static, and indistinguishable (to human ears) of artificiality or naturalism. my question is, how do dogs react in these "hum" environments?
richard demuth
durham, nc USA - Friday, August 06, 2004 at 20:17:11 (PDT)
the ron hill recording at avebury sounds like a radio frequency with static background: meaning it's not the genuine hum. the r. loose recording at chaco canyon, however, appears to be the real deal as i have heard it described: very low level, steady, consistent, clear of static, and indistinguishable (to human ears) of artificiality or naturalism. my question is, how do dogs react in these "hum" environments?
richard demuth
durham, nc USA - Friday, August 06, 2004 at 20:06:59 (PDT)
i dey mugu at guycom
mugu, USA - Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 19:41:06 (PDT)
I found a spider that the abdomen looks like a potato bug but only smaller yet long it has four fangs and two thick front legs its color is redish,light brown and his ab is dark brown and light brown stripes like the potato bug if anyone knows what kind of spider it is let me know
rio linda, CA USA - Tuesday, August 03, 2004 at 09:05:04 (PDT)
place city, ca USA - Friday, July 30, 2004 at 13:20:06 (PDT)
Regarding mutli-mirror sun-focusing furnaces: (http://amasci. com/amateur/mirror.html) Another method would be to get one of those satellite TV dish reflecters. Either paint the surface with a shiny paint, or better yet glue lots of small mirrors in. The focusing is already done! They come in all sizes -- 18 inches which are solid extruded sheet-steel, about 36 inch fiberglass, and about 10 foot with wire screen (The really old TV dishes) -- the focus is already set, and many people are trying to get rid of these older big dishes.
Port Angeles, WA USA - Saturday, July 24, 2004 at 13:47:56 (PDT)
I was wondering with the lift anaology with the balloons, how you would be able to use and apply it to determine: WHY when the angle of attack is increased, why the amount of lift increases. How does this relate to the balloon analogy?
AUS, AUS AUS - Friday, July 23, 2004 at 02:53:29 (PDT)
One of my two Janzen tweeters stopped giving sound. I had it in to a local repair shop, where they replaced a pot and a transformer, but still can't get any sound out of it. This is a very old unit, but has been handled with care. Could the problem be in the plates themselves? Are there any replacement parts available? How should I go about debugging this problem? Any help would be appreciated. This is a model 1-30M Janzen. Sherwin Dubren
sherwin dubren
morton grove, IL USA - Wednesday, July 21, 2004 at 11:00:20 (PDT)
The idea of stopping your car without the jerk really works. I learned how to do it to avoid the painful stops while my dad was in the car (back injury). I got so good at that I failed my first driving test because the examiner accused me of not stopping the car.
Betty Rolph
Phoenix, AZ USA - Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 19:02:32 (PDT)
A very eclectic and quite raw site. It is not obvious what your unifying interest is - even so, I enjoyed seeing it. [The unifying interest? Why... to be weird. But if I'm weird intentionally, then it's false; a mere affectation. Yet if I stop trying, then societal pressure forces me back into normalcy. Instead I must skate the thin edge, allowing the interesting contents of my subconscious to blossom outwards undistorted, while still maintaining enough control that I don't fall of the high wire too often.-billb ] John Hewitt
John Hewitt
UK - Wednesday, June 02, 2004 at 15:52:38 (PDT)
yes you can make a geek light up with that stuff
ms billy
harrisburgh, pa USA - Wednesday, June 02, 2004 at 10:54:21 (PDT)
I love science. Janet Alden was the best teacher i've ever had!!! I beat her every day with steel chairs. Dean Takemori teaches me many Asian techniques of the scientific method. Mrs. Buckley and Utley were also my favorite teachers and i love doing projects on insects and lab reports.
Nick Lathrop
Retardville, RI China - Wednesday, June 02, 2004 at 10:52:43 (PDT)
I was reviewing the page about the Minto wheel and it mentioned that he used a pony brake to measure the torque. In my experiemnts I am in the need of a pony brake. Does anyone know how to make one or where I can get one? Thanks!
David Sattler
Melbourne, VIC Australia - Tuesday, June 01, 2004 at 23:07:35 (PDT)
why doesnt anyone post up something about nickel-titanium (memory metal) its a really cool aloy that u can bend out of shape and dip it in boiling water, and it will return back to its original form
toronto, canada - Monday, May 31, 2004 at 16:33:03 (PDT)
Homopolar ideas for self braking rotors. Just a couple of sketches on this site, but these are worth trying. No need for mercury. http://www.geocitiescom/ling_the_monkey_boy/
Rayong, Thailand - Friday, May 28, 2004 at 01:24:08 (PDT)
If you could submerge say an empty sealed barrel that contained only air, and you could place it at the bottom of a lake or container, and then let it go, the bouncy would shoot that barrel up to the surface very quickly and very powerfully. If you tied or connected the power of that barrel to say a generator, you would produce electricity, etc. now as the barrel reaches the surface of the water, and if possible, you could make a sort of chain effect where the barrel at the bottom of the water is replaced again and again, those barrels would shoot to the surface. In theory you ca replace those barrels at the bottom of the tank, by gravity feed, IOW, enter the tank from the bottom which would enter into the water at the bottom of the tan, the barrels would shoot to the surface, then again fall (gravity) to the bottom of the tank, and so on. The problem is, and I'm sure solved by modern technology, the barrels (or chambers) could replace in a wheel motion, and create a inverse water wheel. Instead of water pushing the wheel, it would be bouncy pushing the water wheel. Good idea in theory, I never really built it. need a crafstman to do so..
Rome, RM Italy - Monday, May 24, 2004 at 09:27:08 (PDT)
Hi. This site is great. However I'm missing an 'about us' page. Or, at least I can't find it (I've got some language issues). Could you please help me? / Larry
Larry <larry>
- Wednesday, May 19, 2004 at 01:48:34 (PDT)
Damn cool site main i dey here!!! mugu Best wishes to you people. mike_maga at yahoo.fr
Mike Maga
Aba, USA - Friday, May 14, 2004 at 05:03:42 (PDT)
For the scratch-holography, McMaster-Carr (www.mcmastercom) has a lot of black polycarbonate and Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene Sheet. the chrapest deal is for a 1/16th inch thick 12"x12" sheet ABS for $3 each. (part #8586K152)
USA - Wednesday, May 12, 2004 at 11:44:35 (PDT)
My respect! Very interesting site - a good resource for everybody! John
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Munich, Bayern Deutschland - Tuesday, May 11, 2004 at 03:33:28 (PDT)
What are the Uses of Electricity in house? Thank
Auckland, New Zealand - Tuesday, May 11, 2004 at 01:56:22 (PDT)
On the web page http://amasci. com/neodemo.html (magnet experiences) I just want to signal the link to John Jan has moved to a new adress, that is http://www.jclahrcom/science/. Regards
Ludovic Angot
Hsin-Chu, Taiwan - Monday, May 10, 2004 at 01:20:26 (PDT)
Hi my spiritual name is Annettah aka Netty. I really like the site. I wish to learn more about your organization. I am an inspiring clairvoyant medium and empath. I am learning and stil am. I have a web page and I am listed on ebay under Angel Card Readings. Light and Love Netty (Tee)
Tee <natyourall at hotmailcom>
- Tuesday, May 04, 2004 at 01:44:14 (PDT)
weird inventions. www.bimpcocom
suasalito, ca USA - Monday, May 03, 2004 at 19:07:55 (PDT)
Hey Bill. I was reading about your hover craft instructions and i think i know a way to propel it. You might could try making another little hovercraft and bolting it to the back and use a couple of hair driers to power it.And to steer it put a swivle bolt instead of just a regular bolt. And they're some good instuctions,too. A friend of mine one tenth place at the science fair. And I'm thinking about making one for a charity funtion..and i need some ways to make it look a little better. So if anyone has any tips e-mail me at Drattit at yahoocom (but please only if you'll be serious no jokes).Thanks.
TN USA - Sunday, May 02, 2004 at 14:23:55 (PDT)
Thanks for the inspiration with the solar furnace. I've made my own furnace 110 5x5cm mirrors and it works fine for heating water, etc. See my page some interesting solutions with pictures (portuguese only).
Porto Alegre, RS Brazil - Wednesday, April 28, 2004 at 07:11:42 (PDT)
yall suck! i hate science freaks~! i was just on this site because i was bored!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
abilene, tx USA - Tuesday, April 27, 2004 at 07:09:27 (PDT)
I have been looking for a copy of Rude Jokes which I once had and inadvertently loaned to someone. I used to keep the book in my desk at work and almost any one joke was enough to get me on an even keel. I would love to get any copy.
new york, us USA - Tuesday, April 27, 2004 at 00:24:25 (PDT)
Thanks for the info--I am a nurse who is just getting her hands on my first biphasic defibrillator with a rectilinear waveform and active compensation for patient impedance. Using less amps over longer time, incorporating both positive and negative current flow. Less damage to the heart when saving lives. Your site is great. Never thought a nurse would need to learn electricity concepts.
Umatilla, FL USA - Monday, April 26, 2004 at 22:35:46 (PDT)
Until finding your site, I figured that when my Martin Logans died, that would be that. Now I know I'll use the power suplies for 3'x4' homebuilts, and get the very bottom with my sub. My next step is to run a 4x34EL/channel tube amp. Great site! Thanxxxxx Wayne E. Symons
Wayne Symons
Hamilton, ON Canada - Monday, April 26, 2004 at 20:38:48 (PDT)
Thanks for the electricity info. I am a substitute teacher who couldn't make sense of the textbook and had 2 days to get ready to teach a chapter on electricity to 9th graders. You saved my sanity! cga
C. Atwood
Jeff City, MO USA - Sunday, April 25, 2004 at 14:12:57 (PDT)
Hi is there a way to calculate the voltage, current, and power output from the simple electric generator.
Atlanta, GA USA - Sunday, April 25, 2004 at 01:08:20 (PDT)
Hi, love your website. Do you know about the book about Tesla and the FBI files? We are fiddling around with machines... just for fun. Would like to have some comments
Nelson, New Zealand - Saturday, April 24, 2004 at 04:03:47 (PDT)
good site, nice album could you ad my favorite ? www.kidsandsciencecom thanks
at nneke
Ghent, - Friday, April 23, 2004 at 09:18:45 (PDT)
GREAT SITE!!!!!!!!!!
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA USA - Friday, April 23, 2004 at 01:32:52 (PDT)
I went thru alot of sites before I found yours. THANK YOU! very much for a very, very informative site. And especially the easy to understand wrap-up, in words, that, I a 67 yr. old could understand. I needed info on this so I knew how big of an inverter I needed to buy for my car, to power an oxygen concentrator, to refill my portable bottles. And also be able to do some traveling. God Bless!
Bev. Cooke
Plymouth, MA USA - Tuesday, April 20, 2004 at 08:40:45 (PDT)
Nioce site
Tom Hayes
Boston, ma USA - Sunday, April 18, 2004 at 20:22:24 (PDT)
does anyone have any pictures of a working Kelvin's Thunderstorm???
Brooklyn, NY USA - Sunday, April 18, 2004 at 06:26:08 (PDT)
Well i was reading your site, specificly about airfoil vs angle of attack, both make sence to me, but as i see it the AoA makes more sence, an airfoil seams realistic only when you have a weightless wing, thus you have infinate wingspan....

But thats not why im writing you ( or rather all of you, as the case maybe) millions of ideas run through my head, on in perticular.........

Why cant we make humanpowerd aircraft i looked at this problem and decided its the weight vs lift, and the lift is speed vs wings

so i came to this conclusion, if we could make a glider to have a stall speed as low as 5 or 10 mph, then it could glide a little more, and even perhaps fly a little more then that ( if this reasong is flawed ( i dont care if its realistic, YET) please let me know why, or how) now i know personaly i could pedle my bicycle up to 27 MPH on the street, with proper gearing, but i figured a person with a propeller should be able to get atleast 15 on level ground.... assuming you have no wind, could get up to 15 mph with a very light glider, light passenger and equipment, then you might be able to fly, i also thought that the wingspan of most gliders would need to be doubled, but i havnt found information eigther way, also, how does AoA theory work with biplanes, it seams like they would interfere with eachother and not provide twice the lift ( which i thought they did) and if they do, then maybe a biplane glider...... its just a thought ild like to pursue....

Thank you all for your help! please respond with what can help me:) you can email me at simy2223 at yahoocom put the subject as "science questions and answers", this is my junk email, so spammers, have at it!
Tampa, Fl USA - Sunday, April 18, 2004 at 03:53:27 (PDT)

on mag feild veiwer/ i want to use 5 gallon poland spring bottle (for sience fair) how much steel wool should be used a magnet? thanks bob
ny, ny USA - Saturday, April 17, 2004 at 14:00:58 (PDT)
Nice site and well presented with some good info...
Ahmedabad, Gujarat India - Thursday, April 15, 2004 at 03:39:23 (PDT)
this is a nice website...ill have to go and find my experiment well just wanna holla at my friends kimmie, janelle, lavershala, claire, shenna, corinnie. and who ever i forgot dont worry i meant you to..haha
angelica datingaling
carson, ca USA - Wednesday, April 14, 2004 at 17:25:03 (PDT)
this is wack. i'm a loser.
Sanford, FL USA - Tuesday, April 13, 2004 at 12:45:53 (PDT)
Durch Zufall bin ich hier auf dieser Seite gelandet und bin wirklich begeistert. Dabei habe ich laengst nicht alles gesehen. Aber was ich sah, gefaellt mir ausnahmslos. Ein dickes Lob an den Webmaster! Weiter so... Liebe Gruesse, Dagmar (die sich jetzt noch ein wenig umsieht...)
tierheim tierheime
Essen, NRW Germany - Monday, April 05, 2004 at 15:14:38 (PDT)
schmidt at esm.esmcity.de
USA - Monday, April 05, 2004 at 06:53:04 (PDT)
Exciting perpetual motion mechanism patented! See compound dual differential for details. Really, it conserves angular displacement rather than momentum--a fact apparently overlooked by the patent examinier. Wish I had the #.
Marty Grogan
Seattle , WA USA - Friday, April 02, 2004 at 14:05:33 (PST)
Hi! I haven't been in touch for a while but I thought I'd sign the guest book to tell you how much we enjoy the website. It's useful in more ways than I can write here and great fun as well. Thanks! Helen.
Helen C <amy>
Uk - Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 00:59:19 (PST)
they have everthing i need
USA - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 09:43:36 (PST)
Hello, just surfed in. I have to say that your website is great. I would like to introduce you to Metagrid Magazine - A small magazine in Kentucky (I work there). Please send me a e-mail if possible. Please let us know if we can be of any help. Take care.
Carol Jeffrey <carol>
Kentucky US - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 01:33:34 (PST)
I built the hovercraft for my science fair. It was great. I am 8 years old and in 3rd grade.
Jake Krakauer
Pleasanton, CA USA - Sunday, March 28, 2004 at 16:16:37 (PST)
Great Site!!!!
J Thomas
Orlando, FL USA - Saturday, March 27, 2004 at 21:30:21 (PST)
Traffic in 2050?!?! Bill,you are a nutty guy! I LOVE YOUR WEBSITE!!! HAHAHAHAHAHA!!
Jason B
Indianapolis, IN USA - Saturday, March 27, 2004 at 10:14:45 (PST)
i would like a simple design for an airplane with a minimum budget.i would be eternally grateful if you could contact me at vheneser at rediffmailcom
chennai, tn INDIA - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 04:08:49 (PST)
Can anyone tell me where to get vdg nylon rollers ive been looking for a long time with no sucess can anyone help me?
Toronto, Canada - Monday, March 22, 2004 at 14:02:55 (PST)
Is it possible to make a geek light up using only fat-free crackers, smoked salmon, chocolate, and a bottle of good Scotch?
USA - Friday, March 19, 2004 at 15:51:35 (PST)
greatings from germany
USA - Monday, March 22, 2004 at 07:14:26 (PST)
URL points to website of amateur scientist who obtained uranium from rocks. An experimental journal.
Norm Alara
- Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 22:35:49 (PST)
Dear Bill, Thanks for a great explanation of transistor operation. Cool site!
k?n, de - Thursday, March 18, 2004 at 23:05:51 (PST)
Yes, at what point does Microwaves go from EHF to Infrared?
The answer my firend is not blowin in the wind"
One Millimeter or 100 GHz, no ! Microwaves blend over at 3.9 millimeters . At that region the EW wave is effectively Photnic Radiation, that can be converted by a semiconductor material(GaAs) directly into a DC voltage(Gunn Diode)- just like a Solar Cell

Woodland Hills, CA USA - Wednesday, March 17, 2004 at 20:10:26 (PST)
>>"incoming EM plane waves and cause these radio waves to bend towards the tiny antenna. This increases the antenna's EA (effective area or effective aperture.) We can alter the coupling between the antenna and the surrounding space, but the total energy still follows the conservation law. The altered fields only change the "virtual size" (EA) of the antenna. "

<< Yes, Ivor Catt of Britain has made a website dedicated to this conundrum, but many at 'Electronic's World' publication think he is a crackpot .
Chad Castagana
Woodland Hills, CA USA - Wednesday, March 17, 2004 at 20:02:32 (PST)

What a great and unusual website! Lots of great resources here for the hobbyperson. I know you mdon't answer questions, but I was wondering if you have heard about that mysterious "schematic" inside a box where the symbol for the battery could be erased and the circuit would cease to function? Likewise, the circuit would operate once the battery was drawn back on the schematic. I have searched everywhere and can not find a reference to it... lc130ch("at sign")hotmailcom
Fast Eddie
TN USA - Monday, March 15, 2004 at 17:02:33 (PST)
I am your normal everyday mad pseudoscientist seeking truth.The wave has brought to this site and,"I LIKE IT!"
Wade Whittaker
Sutherlin , Ore. USA - Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 13:33:52 (PST)
This is a nice site, very informative, enlightning, and just delightful. It would be more popular if there are always up-to-date information here.
China Greatvista Chemicals
China - Thursday, March 11, 2004 at 23:48:31 (PST)
Good site. Unfortunatelly not many photos here :) Viki.
pass any drug test
Phila, Main USA - Thursday, March 11, 2004 at 21:47:50 (PST)
Thankls for the great info!
Gambling <Jake>
Sofia, Bulgaria - Tuesday, March 09, 2004 at 07:08:21 (PST)
Can anyone build this simply maglev vehicle - Patent GB2371033
Norman Hananford
UK - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 12:25:32 (PST)
As we all know,the earth is growing larger.How much difference is the earth now than it was say a 100,000,000 years ago?
Tom Watson
Blackstock, SC USA - Friday, March 05, 2004 at 20:47:13 (PST)
Where are my posts???
[ Posts go to me, and I paste them here every few weeks. If not, the place would be filled with thousands of ads. I have to change the filenames every month as the spammer robots figure out the forms and start trying to post crap here! -billb]

cove <ceive at mailcom>
- Friday, March 05, 2004 at 13:01:56 (PST)
hey cool site
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l.a., Ca USA - Friday, March 05, 2004 at 10:27:23 (PST)
I read the article about unwise microwave experiments, and now I know why my experment is not working Correctly. I took a 1KW megnetron tube out of a microwave oven (Not a good idea unless you know what your doing) and attempted to boil 5 gallons of water over a period of 20 minutes each time the container would explode be it glass or one of those 5 gallon water cooler containers. In theory you should be able to warm up the water from 70 degrees F to 120 degrees F in under 20 minutes, if anyone knows how I can keep the water a consistant temperature please let me know. Kent,
Kent Harris
Houston, TX USA - Saturday, February 28, 2004 at 18:25:40 (PST)
I can only describe your site as AMAZING! I used to be just one of a number of folks responsible for keeping a club website updated, and even that simple task took hours. I do appreciate all of the work you've put into your pages. Let me also say that I have BSEE and a ham radio license, and your site still makes me feel that I don't know a darn thing about science! That's fine with me; I enjoy learning "offbeat" science.
Morristown, NJ USA - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 21:04:06 (PST)
This site is SOO cool. I’m a VERY driven teenager and I am CRAZY about science. You know how kids when they're 4 or so ask why, what, when, who, how constantly? I never grew out of that, nor do I plan to no matter how much it annoys my father. I have a science project that I have the rest of the school year to do, but I’m having trouble finding a project that I’m really interested in. I am interested in astronomy and physics but really, experiments for those are either above or way below sophomore level. If you have any ideas off the top of your head, that would be awesome. I really like the plans for the hovercraft and thought about turning something like that into an experiment like testing out what size holes in the plastic skirt are best. If you have any small things like that you want tested out that are time consuming or you haven't gotten around to and are at least high school level, I would love to do them. If not, do you care if I do the hovercraft one? -Jewels email: coolgirl88cb at hotmailcom
Eburg, WA USA - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 20:51:27 (PST)
This is my favorite physics teacher Mr. Mac's favoritest site! Now that I have visited this site,I am truely amazed by how great this site is!! How refreshing and educational!! Now this site remains as my home page and it has helped me as my stress therapy.. I have been through some hard times and this site has changed my life. Not only does it help me with my education in AP Physics class, but it teaches me many great things about life itself. It has helped me cope with my drug and alcohol problems, as well as my unstable mental problems. Every morning, I start my day with amasci. com, and god forbid if I don't start my day with amasci. com, my body shakes in nervous tensions all throughout the day. There ain't any pills or medications for my addiction for amasci. com, just the pure joy of visiting this site and exploring the wild world of science just gets me goosebumps all over and I shiver with multiple orgasms!!!I'm so serious that I can live without sex but not without amasci. com. SO.. thanks amasci. com!! U are truely an inspiration.
Mr. Mac's favorite student
Mineola, NY USA - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 20:47:26 (PST)
really nice place here.
USA - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 01:20:32 (PST)
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sdgdsfgdsfg, dgdsf USA - Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 08:01:31 (PST)
I think prolly the best thing that i have learned in science is stuff about inertia and Newtons 1st law. I used to watch bill nye when i was like 6 but now i dont see him on tv much. Watching him when i was little made me really smart in scientific careers. We need better kid shows in history. Well thank you bill for everything. You are my hero
Danielle Thomas&Amber Hadberg
Marion, oh USA - Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 07:58:27 (PST)
i love you
urhead, w.e who cares - Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 07:36:33 (PST)
hi, just a note to tell you thankyou for what you have provided. i have been having a terrible time finding belts for my old model vandegraaf and making belts never occured to me. i am looking forward to making some. thanks again. margaret
margaret coombe
fallsburg, ny USA - Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 06:22:57 (PST)
i think this is a very interesting and informative site. sine i found it completely by accident, i have been reading a piece of it each week.
new york, ny USA - Monday, February 23, 2004 at 13:08:57 (PST)
wowsers bj
blackjack <blackjack>
tuscon, AZ - Sunday, February 22, 2004 at 22:08:43 (PST)
is it possible to make a light bulb light up, using only a potato, wire, pennies, and galvanized nails?
[ Nope, here's why -billb]

idabel, ok USA - Sunday, February 22, 2004 at 12:54:25 (PST)
USA - Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 06:08:00 (PST)
Cool newe Cartoon Figures!
German, USA - Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 04:20:18 (PST)
Hello all,about the electro stat,could MDF fibreboard be used for the insulators instead of cp board? [No, since it becomes leaky because of humidity. Avoid any sort of wood, use plastic. -billb] and would a reasonable thicknes of a rubber paint applied to the outside of the stators render them safe to touch? cheers
Copenhagen, Denmark - Thursday, February 19, 2004 at 19:41:03 (PST)
Cool Site Dudes
USA - Wednesday, February 18, 2004 at 13:39:59 (PST)
I have a question for my science fair project: Will grease interfere with the reaction when removing silver tarnish?
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USA - Monday, February 16, 2004 at 10:25:16 (PST)
Great web site! I really enjoyed reading all of you findings. I am a (dreaded) Quality/Regulatory Engineer that speads a lot of time having to disprove a lot of the same things you have on your web site. THank you and keep up the good work! Edward
Edward L. Armstrong
Security, CO USA - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 18:01:29 (PST)
Good site. Unfortunatelly not many photos here :)

Phila, PA USA - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 17:26:19 (PST)
This site is the coolest I have tried several of the projects and liked the results I know where I'm going for my next science project idea!
Agent 0
Falmouth, MA USA - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 11:50:48 (PST)
This is very interesting, good and informative page. I'm delighted with it! Thanks.
Christian Cartoon
Z?ich, ? Swiss - Saturday, February 14, 2004 at 22:44:00 (PST)
We find this website very useful and have added it to our links directory Great site and much information on here intreasting to read. will come back soon Do also visit out occult online store at http://www.bezoarstonescom
Leicester , UK - Saturday, February 14, 2004 at 12:47:23 (PST)
Tesla Coils are AWESOME!!!!
Seann Burgermiester
USA - Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 10:39:56 (PST)
Will you be my valentine?
USA - Wednesday, February 11, 2004 at 09:26:56 (PST)
The concept below is similar to what I have in mind :

a negative ion generator emits a constant and widespread stream of negative ions,

air molecules become negatively charged,

generator emits more ions, which repel the negatively charged air molecules

thereby lowering air pressure.

http://amasci. com/freenrg/iontest.html

Build a low-mass disk-shaped device having negative ion generators around its rim and a large central foil disk on the bottom which is insulated from the rest of the device. Connect power supplies to the ion generators via an umbilical. Connect a large positive potential to the central plate. A region of negative ions will form adjacent to the positive plate, and a pressure gradient will appear. If the total weight of the device is low enough, the device will lift into the air and hover on top of its transparent negative-ion bubble. If a large enough device could be built, the power supplies could be placed onboard!

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674-8537 Mandeville, LA USA - Friday, February 06, 2004 at 21:01:55 (PST)

Thanks a MILLION BUCKS (if I had them, I'd send them to you!!) for all of your expert but easy-(and enjoyable)-to read Q's and A's about electricity. Our daughter and we were ready to give up on her science fair project on static electricity. But, thanks to you, we're able to go on and WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT!!! We can't thank you enough...!
David & Rachel Griess
Loveland, CO USA - Thursday, February 05, 2004 at 08:07:22 (PST)
I think this website is very good. I found many useful resources and I LOVE this site!!!!!! Keep it up guys!!!!
USA - Thursday, February 05, 2004 at 05:28:20 (PST)
Ya i liked this site,but it was also retarted. My friend Lance says this is his favorite site and he stares at it all day.
Cody Frank Lester
)(town, CA USA - Wednesday, February 04, 2004 at 09:57:49 (PST)
Hi all, On the page "How to Make Electrostatic Loudspeakers" there is a small chart that gives driver sizes and I'm a little confused: ESL use total ESL area mid/tweet >2 ft2 full range >4 ft2 Does, for example, "2 ft2" mean 2 square ft or 2 ft squared? I can read it both ways. 2 feet by 2 ft = 4 square ft. 1.414 ft x 1.414 ft = 2 sqft. Thanks in advance for any help, Matt
London, UK - Wednesday, February 04, 2004 at 08:41:40 (PST)
Good Morning, And congratulations on your success at the 2003 Webby Awards. Would you please point me towards press releases or other material published by your organization related to this award? Thanks and best regards, Jeff Parker jparker at ecel.uwaedu.au
Jeff Parker
Australia - Wednesday, February 04, 2004 at 05:20:37 (PST)
when my dad passed away my mom gave me one of his childhood toys. tesla is stamped on base and while holding 2 wires annd turning wheel you can get good shock. what is it?
daddyspaz at yahoocom
upper darby, pa USA - Tuesday, February 03, 2004 at 07:56:22 (PST)
it is a very nice work
chennai, tn india - Monday, February 02, 2004 at 20:58:50 (PST)
cool site. very informative. i'll definatley have to bookmark us.
Orlando, FL USA - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 10:11:05 (PST)
We are impresseed by this site !!
delhi, del India - Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 21:30:02 (PST)
My son did an experiment in 2nd grade with foil, a lightbulb and a battery - he can't remember what the experiment was but he now has to do one for the science fair (he is now in 4th) and wants to do that one again. He was told that its the study of negative and positive energy - can anyone help
OKC, OK USA - Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 18:38:22 (PST)
Very nice website, you have great resources.
Grand Junction, CO USA - Friday, January 23, 2004 at 15:20:42 (PST)
You are great!! wish there were more people like you!! Have a great life!!!
chicago, IL USA - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 17:57:37 (PST)
In the section with antigravity articles, there is one entitled "Space Warp 1," written by Charles R. Morton. Near the end of this article he writes, "In theory, a full-scale craft could be built, which could develop several tons of thrust and exceed SEVERAL TIMES THE SPEED OF LIGHT." Who was/is this guy? Did he know nothing about Einstein's special relativity, which states that NOTHING CAN EXCEED THE SPEED OF LIGHT? How could he have written THAT based on the apparent knowledge he displayed earlier in the article?!?!
Stephen Kreiger
Bellevue, WA USA - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 17:57:20 (PST)
Super Seite! Wollte schnell einen Eintrag hinterlassen, bevor ich weitersurfe. Cu
Germany - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 00:18:00 (PST)
nice site you have! bookmarked it and hope you keep it up! cu
Germany - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 00:17:18 (PST)
Did you ever find out if the Amature IR goggles http://amasci. com/amateur/irgoggl.html were safe. i jsut ask beause you seem to have a pretty big warning there.
USA - Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at 23:36:16 (PST)
3 research students, John Obik, Matthew Urquhart, and William Kalvinek are studying the S.F. contamination and are looking for possible environmental causes for the individuals that are contaminated by S.F. to display high anarchy particularly with motor vehicles. The 3 Project Probe 2003 members have their own vehicle they built in the research project called the PROJECT PROBE 2003 VEHICLE that they travel together in and the Project Probe 2003 vehicle has special 'S.F.L. MONITORS' inside each of the 3 members' personal compartments that measure the anarchy levels. Data is compiled daily. The graph printout from the Project Probe 2003 vehicle is updated periodicly online at this site. Possible environmental conditions Matt, John, and William are looking at is weather, temperature, atmospheric pressure changes, lunar cycles, planetary orintation, solar activity and time of year/intensity of solar energy as possible explainations for why the contamination is worse on some days and lower on other days.
Project Probe 2003
Southington, Ct USA - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 09:40:40 (PST)
Great site, i got tons of stuff i needed for my science project. thanks
Tuscan, AZ USA - Friday, January 16, 2004 at 02:06:53 (PST)
Are there any science fair type events held around the Seattle area?
Eric Schmiedl
Bellevue, WA USA - Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 23:07:12 (PST)
NYC, ny USA - Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 13:38:39 (PST)
Unto lfpresscom said of writeup "Firm wins space satellite deal" hath a wee phrase within "if the satellite is able to detect tiny fluctuations in the radiation, it will help confirm the theories of renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking" whereabout speaking of clinical audiologists testing for ears that fluctuating of orgres and gods hollers out loud shall there be in any such thing of invention "calibrated microphones" that audiodictating the hollering of orgres and gods either thru the ear canals or thru environmental microphones as something is in the air thereafter since then eh, thanks, ttyl...PS: see also a book about "God said "Move!" go where He leads" eh, thanks, ttyl.. bye...
John David Locking
Brussel, ON Canada - Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 13:33:07 (PST)
I'm getting body sparks more often lately and I wonder if it's medically dangerous for me. How could I get rid of them? Thanks. Tassie
Vienna, Austria - Thursday, January 08, 2004 at 02:23:21 (PST)
This site is so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love science so this site is for me!!!!!!!!!!! Keep making it better!!!!!! Happy Holidays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Claire Wright
Suffolk , Va USA - Tuesday, January 06, 2004 at 11:47:05 (PST)
This site is so cool!!!!! I really love science so this is the site for me! Keep making it better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Claire Wright
Suffolk , Va USA - Tuesday, January 06, 2004 at 11:42:25 (PST)
Used to be curious about ELF hum and uW hazards; these days I simply sleep on an iron plate, wear a foil cap, and smile!
Scott Andrew Klabis
Phoenix, AZ USA - Monday, January 05, 2004 at 17:53:17 (PST)
I origionally entered your website via a web search query about one of the greatest scientific minds of the 20th Century, Dr. Richard Feynman. Looks like you're doing a great job trying to explain science and math and debunking the 'educRATS.' Thank you for the time and effort you've dedicated to this website! Sincerely! Bill Bryan Master Electrician II (Unlimited) 770-487-4305
William J. Bryan III
Peachtree City, GA USA - Wednesday, December 31, 2003 at 11:16:52 (PST)

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