Physical Science Resources
The Great Web of Science
USGS science on the internet
An index of science topics that will require further searching.
Any of the "Science Try Its" make good experiments
The Exploratoriam in San Francisco is a hand-on science museum.
A science question and answer data base covering all aspects of physical and biological science
A magazine avalable also in print has good up to date and general articles about all areas of science.
A good, but more technical general scienfe magazine. Also available in print.
Einstein: Image and Impact
St. Thomas Aquinas
A brief but enlightening history of one of historyÕs more formidable women.
Leonardo Da Vinci
Annenberg/CPB Exhibits. 02 Dec 2000. 02 July 2001
Artist and Inventor, Leonardo da Vinci. Lucidcafe, Biographies Archive 24 June 1999. 02 July 2001
Biographical Notes. The Leonardo Museum, Vinci, Italy 23 April 1999. 02 July 2001
Codex Arundel. A Notebook of Leonardo da Vinci 18 Jan 1998. 02 July 2001
Da Vinci Glider. Speed 2 Work 2001. 02 July 2001
Fairbanks North Star Borough School District
Inventors Workshop. Museum of Science Boston 28 July 1999. 02 July 2001
Island of Freedom. Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia 1996. 02 July 2001
Kausal, Martin. Leonardo da Vinci 27 May 2001. 2 July 2001
"Leonardo da Vinci." Microsoft® Encarta® Online Encyclopedia 2001. 02 July 2001
MacTutor History of Mathematic Archive. 27 July 2001. 2 July 2001
Mechanical Calculator, Leonardo da VinciÕs. Maxfield & Motrose Interactive, Inc.
Mex Plaza Web Museum, Paris 20 May 1996. 02 July 2001
Online, Leonardo. National Museum of Science and Technology 27 Jan 2000. 02 July 2001
Renaissance Man. Museum of Science Boston 28 July 1999. 02 July 2001
Walter J. Freeman Neurophysiology. University of California at Berkeley Lab
James Prescott Joule
Galileo's Life (University of Virginia)
The Galileo Project (Rice University)
University of Tennessee, Astronomy 161
Aranon, H. "Galileo"
The trial of Gallileo by Douglas Linder (c) 2002
Hawaii Astronomical Society
Bishop Museum Planetariumm
UH Institute for Astronomy
NASA has information on various space related projects including the Hubble telescope and the Mars mission
The Solar System
A complete information guide to the solar system. Everything you ever wanted to know and more.
Here's another one that also gives a great view of our solar neighborhood
Another one with slightly different viewpoint
PBS. Deep space questions
Strobel, Nick. Telescope. (July 2,2001)
Invention of the Telescope
Use http://www.google.com. Go to advanced search and enter "Stonehenge Archeology" in the 'with all of the words' field. Below where it says'Domain' select 'only' and enter .edu in the field blank. This will select sites only from universities.
Here are a couple of other good sites:
A brief but useful summary of the history of the cosmic art.
Periodic Table of the Elements
Two versions of the periodic table of the elements. Useful to see the organization and use of the table
Los Alamos Lab
A good periodic table. Clicking on the image mapped table give a page on each elements which includes its history, uses, sources, properties.
An Index of physics topics
Galileo & Einstein
The alchemy web site and virtual library
McLean, Adam (1995) Introduction to Alchemy.
Abraxas Tarot (1998) Alchemy and Alchemical Practices URL:
History of Science
Museum of the History of Science
Links to many history of physics, chemistry, and scientists
A Physics Course (Phys 109n) From University of Virginia with similar material to our course
A start for topics in the history of science
History of Astronomy
A list of topics in the history of astronomy.
The Mesopotamian site gives good insight to the connection between mysticism and astronomy.
The British Museum has a great site to learn about history, culture, and astronomy of Assyria, Babylon, Sumer
The Noble Dane: Images of Tycho Brahe. From the History of Science Museum, Oxford
Rube Goldberg Machines
Delightful cartoons depicting clever and complicated machines that accomplish very little
Make your own fractals
Like all personality tests, the results may be slightly variable from day to day. This test is most useful when the results are applied to learning. More specifically, it is the approach to learning. If you have more questions you might want tosee your college counselor or other professional.
A good description of the sixteen basic personality types can be found at:
This site has all sorts of things relating to mathematics, such as "Dealing With Math Anxiety.
Art of M.C. Escher
Here youÕll find a selection of Escher's work.
updated 07/02/07 by RCBrill