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I have enjoyed your site! I would like to know is there anyway to calculate the distance to the sun using measurements of a shadow from a post outside our school? Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. We would even be interested in experiments or data collection with schools anywhere in the world. Thanks again.
William B. Polston - Polston@bullitt.net - High School Science Teacher - Reading, Bicycling - Lebanon Junction - KY - USA - Mon, 21 Dec 1998


Bravo! Vous faites un très bon travail et super intéressant.
Pierre Hudon - phudon@sympatico.ca - Ingénieur en géologie  biologiste/Environnement - Biologie,jazz,géologie,entomologie - Montréal - Canada - Sun, 20 Dec 1998


I am always looking for new ways to teach science. I teach Life Earth and Physical so anything is welcome. I am currently doing a unit on Environmental %28any good sites%3F%29.%0D%0A  I am also a Scout Leader and we are looking for hiking and canoeing sites within 2-4 hours of Cincinnati.
Chuck Wolf - cwolf52698@aol.com - http://members.aol.com/Troop415 - Educator 7 %26 8th grade science - hiking, camping, science, nature - Cincinnati - Oh - USA - Sun, 6 Dec 1998


We need help on a science experiment
Christopher DeSutter - desutter@hotmail.com - Calgary - AB - Canada - Tue, 01 Dec 1998


I love this man
taryan s. - students - projects - chicago - ill - usa - Mon, 30 Nov 1998


If you have any good science fair projects, email me at TweetyD984@aol.com I'm desperate!
Rachelle - TweetyD984@aol.com - Student - Math and Science, Reading Books - Dresdan - TN - USA - Mon, 23 Nov 1998


HI, I'm a high schooler (9th grade) and I'm doing a science fair... I have no clue what to do. Can you give me some nice options?
deanna - Sun, 22 Nov 1998


K-Beth Scholze - Karriebscholze@yahoo.com - Children's librarian, full time college student, computer tech (basic), Resident assistant - reading, pottery, horseback riding, children - sparta - mn - USA - Thu, 19 Nov 1998


Commited to putting thr fun back into science teaching
David McCullough - djmcc@belb.dnet.co.uk - Educational Adviser - polymath - Belfast - N.Ireland - Thu, 19 Nov 1998


This is a good Home Page. All of stuffs are really useful and fun. Science is fun (before I visit it, I got difficulty think about science and I really hate it.). I hope the stuffs will be more.
Fakih Tri Ardhie - superfluid@technologist.com - student - science - Depox - 21 - Indonesia - Sun, 15 Nov 1998


YOU HAVE A NICE WEB SITE FOR MY KIDS TO DO THERE HOMEWORK ON
HUMZA - HUMZ@ACRONET.COM - FARMER - COWS - KENOSHA - WI - USA - Mon, 02 Nov 1998


KEVIN J. MURPHY - MURPHY@A-ZNET.COM - HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICS TEACHER - PHYSICS OF TOYS   PHYSICS OF SPORTS - LIVERPOOL - NY - USA - Wed, 14 Oct 1998


I'm looking for some tried and true electrical/electronic projects to share with my high school students.
Victor Rioux - vrioux@message.nmc.edu - Teacher - Electronics - Traverse City - Mi - USA - Mon, 05 Oct 1998


THANK YOU IT'S A COOL SITE.
lito thomas - thoomps@emirates.net.ae - student - science experiments - AL AIN - ABU DHABI,UAE - Thu, 01 Oct 1998


This is my first visit to your sites.  I look forward to finding fun and exciting ideas.  Thank you for being here.
Cris Munguia Otero - Tpring2@aol.com - 4th grade teacher - Science and Math - Los Angeles - CA - USA - Mon, 14 Sep 1998


I teach four sections (105 students total) of a course entitled Science in the Elementary School. This is a required course college students majoring in elementary education. I also have one section of a remedial science course (68 students) required of students with a low science ACT score. I enjoy this web site very much. Perhaps I can find the time to contribute to it sometime.
Seldon (or Don) Bowman - bowman@cherokee.nsuok.edu - Ass't. Prof. of Science at Northeastern Oklahoma State University - All areas of science and science education. I also collect old weighing devices (balances and scales) and old standard weights (i.e., masses). - Tahlequah - OK - USA - Fri, 11 Sep 1998


I found your homepage by surfing on the net and am very interested which objects you can realize by simple means.
Jan Hamer - janfreak@xs4all.nl - http://www.xs4all.nl/~janfrea - retired - computers, astronomy, electronics, physics - kDidam - gld - The Netherlands - Tue, 01 Sep 1998


Very good page, you have a new guest.
Manuel de J. Velez - vellac@prtc.net - Manager - Astrology, Astronomy   Biology - Carolina - PR - USA - Sun, 30 Aug 1998


Recently acquired internet, am amazed at the amount of information available, looked into your web site for information for up coming unit ideas. Was able to take a trip down many interesting areas and have come away with alsorts of possiblities!
Donna Rea - mrea@ihug.co.nz - Teacher - Science,Maths,Social Studies - Auckland - New Zealand - Tue, 4 Aug 1998


Thank you for your wonderful site.
Nicholas Fanella - nfanella@adisfwb.com - retired - amatuer science - Fort walton Beach - FL - USA - Thu, 30 Jul 1998


This is the first time of my visiting.I think it is very useful for the kids and also the teachers. I'll use it for promote science appreciation in my science camp (for the primary school students). You will get the result from me later.
WANWALAI ATHIVASPONG - WANWALAI@UBU.AC.TH - UNIVERSITY LECTURER - SCIENCE EDUCATION - UBONRATCHATANI - THAILAND -  Mon, 27 Jul 1998


Good Site.  Will return often. Thanks for all the good stuff.
Werner Lennartz - werlen@aol.com - None- Photography - Computers - Tacoma - WA - US - Thu, 16 Jul 1998


Good site. Keep working, this is a good way to keep people in contact with science. With these articles we can do some "research" and keep our curiosity. Thank you for your good articles.
Alexandre Gonçalves - nop47530@mail.telepac.pt - http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Nebula/5227/
Biology Student - Biology and some physics - Lisbon - Portugal - Tue, 14 Jul 1998


This site really help me to find the information I was looking for.
Lynn - west haven - ct - usa - Sun, 12 Jul 1998


Thanks very much for the access to your site - "Fun Science" was referred to in a homeschool study loop I am a member of so I am sure you will have other homeschoolers visiting. I look forward to using your experiments/activities/information in my science class. Thanks again.
D. Cusson - gcusson@telusplanet.net - Calgary - AB - Canada - Sat, 20 Jun 1998


I'm very excited to find this site!!
Susan Cunningham - chms2828@bellsouth.net - http://bellsouth.net - 8th Grade Science Teacher - Geology, Astronomy, Dinosaurs - Birmingham - AL - USA - Wed, 03 Jun 1998


Enjoyed the site. Always looking for new and innovative ways to present material.
Kathy Shelton - sheltonk@msn.com - teacher 6th grade science - Carrollton - TX - US - 30 May 1998


It's very good!
Alicia - Food - Cannberra - act - Australia - Sun, 24 May 1998


Allow me to get to know your site first, you bet that I'll sent my idea in the near future. My best regards.
steve,y-s Chang - opr888@ms17.hinet.net - http://www.hinet.net - electrical technician group (controller) - basic science in nature, astronomy - Taipei -Taiwan - Rep.of China - Tue, 19 May 1998


Interesting Page, Keep it up, Good Job. Best Regards
Tan Hiong Hiang - steric@pacific.net.sg - http://web.singnet.com.sg/~steric - Superintendent - Computer, Music - Singapore - Singapore - Mon, 18 May 1998


I enjoy this site, and I hope you keep on constructing it!
Yosuke Masuda - masuda@rmplc.co.uk - http://www.caldicott.com - Head Boy at Caldicott school - maths, chemistry, physics - bucks - UK -  Wed, 13 May 1998


No comments for now, I am just begining to explore the site
Raquel Mourao - jmmourao@ibm.net - student - scouts, rollerblading, iguanas - Lisbon - Portugal - Tue, 12 May 1998


thank you for what you have in your site. It's great.
Zohar guri - Zoher@netvision.net.il - science education - resources for the above - Sat, 09 May 1998


I enjoyed your site based on the organized ease and summarization of these experiments. I would like to endeavour more sites that cut the useless "internet redtape" of information like this one... -Thank You-
Joel Vanco - jvanco@aurocom.com - http://www.aurocom.com - student in OAC level - reading, collecting unique things, play with things... - Chatham  - Ont. - Canada - Tue, 28 Apr 1998


GREAT !!!! The construcion articles are EXCELLENT !!!! - Look forward to seing more and more
AL COLLINS - ALCOLLINS@COMPUSERVE.COM - ENGINEERING CONSULTANT - OPTICS PRECISION CLOCKS HEAT ENGINES - SAN DEIGO - CA - USA - 27 Apr 1998


Excellent site, very informative. Keep up the good work!!!
William Horn - whorn@whoi.com - metrologist - science,chemistry,invention - Falmouth - Ma - USA - Thu, 23 Apr 1998


What an interesting site! I'll be making use of some of the materials since you so kindly made them available. Thanks!!!
Richard Greco - richgrec@valleytel.net - High School science teacher - Science especially medicine and dinosaurs - Eureka - SD - USA - Sat, 11 Apr 1998


This is an interesting website. I have been looking for sites for my son to explore. I am trying to help him see that education can be fun and exciting. Thank you for your site.
Nancyjean Paris - orbison@landmarknet.net - Student of Early Childhood Education - Currently homeschooling an eighth grader - Thu, 09 Apr 1998


Hi, I'm taking a break from my income taxes, and I'm day-dreaming about next year, which will be my first year to teach at this little school. I'm looking forward to it; so I'm surfing around seeing what's here. I can't wait to get into your ideas. Thanks for the work you've put into making this site.
Peggy Spitzenberger - spitz575@wcnet.net - I teach middle school science in a small private academy - Science ideas for the kids - East Bernard - TX - USA - Wed, 08 Apr 1998


I love this site. It just saved my life.
Jose Cabral - Student - Science in general -- inventions - Lawrence - Ma.- Thu, 19 Feb 1998


Awesome site... Mr.Carboni's articles are impressive
Michael Allan Cashion - Physics teacher - nature walks, optical instruments, precision machining - Williamstown - Ontario - Mon, 16 Feb 98


This is really cool how you help us kids.
Cavemun - student - reading and swimming - Boston - MA. - Tue, 10 Feb 1998


I am a college graduate, I like electrophysics and I used to be a lawyer.
neil mathis - electrophysis - electrophysics - concord - california - Sun, 08 Feb 1998


Just bumped into this site today, looks like it will be great for myself and my students
Paul Stagner - Physics Teacher - All physical science, Farming - Springfield - VT - Fri, 06 Feb 1998.


I HATE THE INTERNET
DENISE FURBEE - NONE - LISTENING TO THE RADIO - TEMPE - ARIZONA - Tue, 3 Feb 1998


this site is fun
michael - student - science, space - newberry - florida - Sun, 1 Feb 1998


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