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Zim mathematics

by borsky23
"My Creative Math and Math Art site explores many new Math approaches, styles and applied Zim Mathematics through a large variety of creative mediums. This includes: Mathematical Stories – such as“I don’t want to be just a Sub System”, Expression / Formula and their new Mathematical Logic derivations, Systems Axioms / Algebra, Theorem Art, Poems highlighting new approaches to Physical Science such as “System Components in Phi Time”, several experiments in Math such as a “Debate between and Apple and an Orange” and a “Conversation between a System and a Sub System”, numerous Maths or God Maths derived from Biblical Judeo / Christian and existential principles. .....The Bible is one of the resources used in the analytical Mathematics of this site. Much of these new knowledge/axioms are substantiated by art proofs and examples. A Creativity Test is outlined in this site. Zim Olson’s biography and life story are included. Hopefully some inspiration can be found in this and the many creative exercises found in this web site. This website should be useful to Science and Mathematics educators, teachers at all levels. This includes some Grade / Elementary school students, and thru Graduate level studies. Theoretical Scientists and Mathematicians should have a field day here also. I feel it is not the Knowledge of Science, Theology, Medicine, Business, Journalism, Government, that is inadequate or lacking. It is our Theories of Knowledge or Knowledge of Knowledge that is causing problems. "

crank dot net

by borsky23
"Crank Dot Net is devoted to presenting Web sites by and about cranks, crankism, crankishness, and crankosity. All cranks, all the time. Every day at midnight, a new Crank o' the Day is chosen! "

Swallowing the camel

by borsky23
"Examining hoaxes, scams, controversies, rumours, schemes, bizarre ideas, bogus products, disinformation, misinformation, impractical jokes, literary fraud, and anything else that smells bad." Excellent.

Spectacles - Harry Stephen Keeler Homepage

by borsky23
"HARRY STEPHEN KEELER (1890-1967) is one of the strangest writers who ever lived. In his time, he was pegged as a mystery novelist who also wrote some science fiction. Today, if you've heard of him at all, it's as the Ed Wood of mystery novelists, a writer reputed to be so bad he's good. Actually, no genre, nor "camp," can much suggest what Keeler is all about. Take some typical Keeler situations: A man is found strangled to death in the middle of a lawn, yet there are no footprints other than his own. Police suspect the "Flying Strangler-Baby," a killer midget who disguises himself as a baby and stalks victims by helicopter. (X. Jones of Scotland Yard, 1936) Someone killed an antique dealer just so he could steal the face -- only the face -- from a surrealist painting of "The Man from Saturn." (The Face of the Man from Saturn, 1933) A woman's body disappears while taking a steam bath. Only her head and toes, sticking out of the steam cabinet, remain. (The Case of the Transparent Nude, 1958) Because of a clause in a will, a character has to wear a pair of hideous blue glasses constantly for a whole year. This is so that he will eventually see a secret message that is visible only with the glasses. (The Spectacles of Mr. Cagliostro, 1929)"

Harry Stephen Keeler

by borsky23
"Never heard of Harry Stephen Keeler? Don't feel alone. He's America's most forgotten author, victim of a plot by publishers to weed out all writers who don't write swift, easy-to-read, dumbed-down prose for the masses. Harry wrote because he enjoyed it and early on developed a style all his own. He devised incredibly convoluted plots involving ethnic characters (who speak in outrageous dialect), pop culture of the 30s and 40s, and his favorite MacGuffin: skulls. Modern-day writers have their DNA evidence; Harry preferred skulls. Once you read a Keeler, you're never quite the same, and now -- thanks to Ramble House -- you can read all you want. And more! Ramble House Keelers are handprinted, A6-sized paperbacks (4.125" x 5.75") with dust jackets by Gavin L. O'Keefe and cost $22.00. Not all titles are available in the RH editions. But all of the titles are available in a professional 6" x9" trade paperback edition with beautiful picture covers by Gavin O'Keefe and an easy-to-read, large type. Most trade paperbacks are $18.00. A few of the more gargantuan Keelers are more."


by borsky23
"Quackwatch has grown considerably. To help visitors with special areas of interest, we maintain 23 additional sites for autism, chiropractic, dentistry, multilevel marketing, and many other hot topics. We are also closely affiliated with the National Council Against Health Fraud, which cosponsors our free weekly newsletter, and with Bioethics Watch, which highlights issues of questionable research on humans. Our Internet Health Pilot site provides links to hundreds of reliable health sites. Our Casewatch site contains a large library of legal cases, licensing board actions, government sanctions, and regulatory actions against questionable medical products. "

August 2011

Garrett Scott bookseller

by borsky23
"Welcome to Garrett Scott, Bookseller, a specialist since 1998 in rare works of obscure Americana, literature and religious thought of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. You can also come see my inventory in my commercial warehouse space at 1924 Packard Street (Rear) in Ann Arbor, adjacent to Morgan and York Fine Wines and Specialty Foods. My stock is available for viewing by chance or appointment, under central Washtenaw county's most semi-pleasant conditions for the casual browser of uncommon 19th and early 20th century books, pamphlets and ephemera."

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