public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from jlesage with tags science & space

01 December 2006

Proceedings of the Athanasius Kircher Society

by 2 others
"Our interests extend to the wondrous, the curious, the singular, the esoteric, the arcane, and the sometimes hazy frontier between the plausible and the implausible." a whacky collection

Orion Magazine

ideas of sustainability and its cultural contexts; many notable writers and artists here

Plants In Motion

"Time-lapse photography allows us to easily see the movements of plants and clearly demonstrates that plants are living organisms capable of some extraordinary things." various phases of plant life, both on cellular and external level

Gene Pool

by 2 others
a science game: "a virtual Darwinian aquarium .. you initiate a primordial soup, and .. check up on what Virtual Mother Nature is up to - about every 15 min. (or every few days)"

28 November 2006

Naturesongs Digital Recordings and Photos from Nature!

insects, animals, weather, water, birds, etc. and their sounds

20 November 2006

16 November 2006

The Eye Page

an exploration of eye structures in nature

Seeing Is Believing?

another page of visual illusions with explanations


a page of links to visual illusions and their explanations; kids love these

13 November 2006

Anthro.Net Research Engine: Anthropology and Archaeology

by 2 others
large portal, includes cultural geography, ethnic studies, visual arts, postmodern anthropology

11 November 2006

07 November 2006

NOVA | Mars | Mars Up Close | PBS

audio/slideshow of what Mars Rover discovers and sees

06 November 2006

visual encyclopedia that documents manufacturing processes, labor conditions and environmental impacts involved in the production of contemporary products.--summative photo essays produced by students guided by faculty

18 October 2006

Bruno Latour: ARTICLES

most of these works are in English and have full text version online

16 October 2006

15 October 2006

11 October 2006

atomic blast photos

photos of an atomic test taken at one-millionth of a second

05 October 2006