In the upper left hand corner of each page on this site (except
this one, Resumé and
which are intended to be printable)
you'll see Home. There's always your
browser's back button.
This is a link back to this page. On some pages, there is more than
one link. Each link after Home is a
subsection of the site.
In the second section of the navigation bar, you'll see references
off site. Well, I guess the actual
bring you off site, but the links are on site. Does that make
Expect lots of cross linking, and even
links that take you elsewhere. Does anyone need to be told that
this site is not responsible for content at other sites? It
seems redundant. There's a
at the bottom of the navigation column on the left if you want to
answer this all important question. If I get any responses, I'll post
the results of the poll. There are zero
responses so far. But, hey, it's only been up for a year or so.
I'm patient. These are directions, and no one reads directions.
Project Blue Book SETI
is actually hosted on site, within this home directory, it does not
have links back to this page. So, despite being local, it's, uhm, global.
That's my version of "Think globally, act locally".
Birthday, your license and registration
Life may have no
-- or even worse, it may have a meaning of
which I disapprove.
What has been is what will be,
and what has been done is what will be done;
there is nothing new under the sun.
And tomorrow will be like today, only more so.
Isaiah 56:12, New Standard Version
The amount of weight an evangelist carries with the almighty is measured
Evolution is as much a fact as the earth turning on its axis and going around
the sun. At one time this was called the Copernican theory; but, when
evidence for a theory becomes so overwhelming that no informed person can
doubt it, it is customary for scientists to call it a fact. That all present
life descended from earlier forms, over vast stretches of geologic time, is
as firmly established as Copernican cosmology. Biologists differ only with
respect to theories about how the process operates.
Martin Gardner, Irving Kristol and the Facts of Life