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Here you shall find links to places that you really oughta go. Good wastes of time, interesting info, shameless promotion of my friends' own pages, and all that good stuff.

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Friends Pages

Better Living Through Chemistry Matfei's chemically inspired ramble in html. Entertaining and interesting. Full of useful *cough* *cough* information and whatnot. Jen's Page of, er, stuff.

What The... Trevor's page of finite wisdom, but it's funny and on it I'm an evil Saint Nick smoking a j. Obscurity run by someone I sorta know out at Umass Amherst.

Um and Shrug Two pages maintained by Matt Barry, also from Umass Amherst. Weirdness abounds. I'm not sure which is current, but they're both entertaining. Matt Walczak's domain of madness. All your dork cravings will be fulfilled. Discuss, download and just be a dork.

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                                    ShroomeryThe Shroomery - All your fungus information needs in one place. Excellent source for methods of cultivation and harvesting. (enjoy s.b.)
The Lycaeum - Chemical Awareness site host. Has many sub-pages of things legal in Amsterdam.

The Patterns in the Static
I want you to go to your television, and unplug all the cables and wires and antennas. Leave nothing but the power cord. Then turn it on, flip to a channel you don't receive and watch. Turn the sound up until it almost hurts. Sit in a dark room and stare. You'll see and hear the patterns in the static. It's the music of the universe. A song echoing through every corner of every galaxy. It is the echo of creation. And it's beautiful.

Actually, if you're thinking I'm crazy, I do have a reasoning. Scientifically speaking, the static really IS the echo of the universe. It is the radiation left over from the Big Bang creation of all that exists. First discovered in the 1960's by a Bell Labs scientist,
the study of it continues even to today when special probes are being designed to measure the subtle fluctuations in the residual heat to map out the shape of the universe, the geometry of our existence.

BUT, if you really want musical type stuff, you should go to my Music section.

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