Primal Prey Demo It's dinosaur hunting time! Imagine travelling back in time to trackdown and bring back these feared and legendary beasts. The http://www.gamesdomain.com/demos/demo/1442.html
Extractions: It's dinosaur hunting time! Imagine travelling back in time to track down and bring back these feared and legendary beasts. The missions increase in both difficulty and danger as you progress - fortunately so does your firepower. Many different missions to conquer and very realistic dinosaur movement and behavior means you'll have to bag your prey before it bags you! Includes the RealArcade.
Vaux Le Vicomte Discover Vaux le Vicomte as if you were travelling back in time thanksto a small leaflet and learn about the history of Vaux le Vicomte. http://www.vaux-le-vicomte.com/eng/vv_actua_list.htm
Ic Thewharf - Competitions The Whitehall Theatre will be the travelling back in time to the decade of purekitsch. the 1970's. When Swedish pop exploded on to worldwide stage. http://icthewharf.icnetwork.co.uk/thisweek/competition/
Extractions: Made exclusively in 3D for IMAX cinemas, James Cameron returns to the site of his greatest inspiration, the wreck of the Titanic. Taking audiences to the ocean bed and up close to the wreck of the ship which sank 90 years ago, he explores why the vessel continues to intrigue and fascinate us still. This 3D experience is both eerie and thrilling as we explore the murky depths and move closer to an experience that our imaginations can't help but feast upon. Showing from 14th April! at the bfi London IMAX Cinema, Waterloo on London's South Bank www.bfi.org.uk Book Now: 020 7902 1234 To win a pair of tickets to see Ghosts of the Abyss simply answer the following question: What is the nearest underground station to the bfi London IMAX? All correct answers will be placed in a draw and the first 10 correct answers drawn will receive a voucher for two people to see 'Ghosts of the Abyss'. Call: 0901 380 1210 with your answer.
Canaima unique in the world. Rising up through the clouds, the beholder cannothelp but feel he is travelling back in time. Principal rivers. http://theory.lcs.mit.edu/~amedina/canaima.html
Extractions: This page was developed by the Venezuelan Embassy in Japan Canaima National Park was decreed as such by the National Government on June 12th, 1962, with an area of one million hectares (1,000,00 Ha), which was increased to three million hectares on October 10th, 1975, making it one of the largest national parks in the world. By its very size and because of its spectacular scenery and vast natural resources, Canaima National Park is truly one of the world's greatest natural wonders. It is crossed by huge rapids as well as slow, majestic rivers, which flow in marked contrast to thick jungle of this paradise, reflecting the variety of green hues as they blend with the water. In the plains, the rivers weave across the open grasslands, interrupting their course at any of the many indescribable waterfalls that are a common feature of Guayana. The rolling scenery meets the legendary "tepuys" (table-top mountains), transporting the spectator back over thousands of years and showing the Earth's physiochronology as if in an open book. Exuberant wildlife and flowers join in a polychromatic concert of living beings, with intense colour and light in harmonious natural surroundings. This daily spectacle includes jungles, forest, grasslands, mountains, strong winds and torrential rains, which give way to wide, blue skies. Canaima National Park has valleys as low as 400m above sea level, while some 'tepuys' rise to over 2,400m above sea level. Roraima, for example, has an altitude of 2,763m at its table-top.
Extractions: This bibliography lists items (books, plays, films, etc.) that represent historical Romantic figures in fictional contexts, and takes as its starting point a thread which began as a query about current (twentieth-century) works of science fiction that feature Romantic figures. The thread soon spread to include the representation of Romantic figures in non-SF works from the twentieth century and earlier. Annotations appear on the page; links lead to related comments or sites. Thanks to contributors Rick Albright, Bryan N. Alexander, Robert Frost Anderson, Amanda Berry, Jay Clayton, Tom Dillingham, Bruce Graver, Ann Hawkins, Mary Lynn Johnson, Ken Johnston, Steve Jones, Jack Kolb, Beth Lau, John W. Leys, Alan Liu, Jack Lynch, Anne Mellor, Carole F. Meyers, Richard A. Nanian, Rebecca Nesvet, Megan O'Neill, Morton Paley, Alan Richardson, Daniel M. Riess, Michele Sharp, Atara Stein (who started the thread), Nan Sweet, and Julia Wright. Special thanks to all those who sent in annotations and to William Jewett for his especially long list of related works. See also our bibliography on Frankenstein : an annotated chronological selection of works adapted from or responding to Mary Shelley's novel. Along the same lines, see our bibliography of
Extractions: "NO!" screamed Spike, his scream was met with a small amount of surprise and a club to the head as well. Spike should have lost consciousness too but for some reason he didn't, but one could never call Spike a slow learner, he decided to play along so he faked unconsciousness and let his body go limp as the minions dragged them away.
LAID BACK IN TIME Laid back in time. Choreographer. Brian Bambury 248-1999 Left, Right, Left, Right Shuffles travelling down L.O.D. http://www.arjjazedance.free-online.co.uk/laidback.htm
Extractions: Laid Back in Time Choreographer Brian Bambury Description 56 Step, Partner: Side by Side (Same Footwork) Music The Heart That You Own - Dwight Yoakam Out Of Your Shoes - Lorrie Morgan Old Country - Mark Chestnut Any Good Slow / Med 4/4 time Music Left Vine, Side Rocks Step left : Right behind Left : Step left doing 1/2 turn left: Right rock right Rock Left: Rock Right: Rock Left: Rock Right. (Hands: release hands on vine : pick up Gents Left and Ladies Right on the rock counts) Left Vine, Side Rocks Step left : Right behind Left : Step left doing 1/2 turn left : Right rock right Rock Left: Rock Right: Rock Left: Rock Right. (Hands: release hands on vine, resume side by side position) Step, Touch, Step, Lock, Step, Toe, Heel, Toe Left Fwd : Touch Right beside Left: Right fwd / Diag right: Left behind Right Right fwd / Diag right :Touch Left toe by Right -Touch Left heel Fwd -
Travelling Through Time... Another example of time travelling completing the past A young ambitious, not successfulinventor is On a certain day he travels back in time and hands the http://users.pandora.be/vannoppen/science5.htm
Extractions: V) The tunnel effect Two professors, not related to each other, claim that they have sent a wave with a speed faster than light. According to Raymond Chiao from the university of Berkeley, who claims to have reached a speed of 1,7c it's impossible to send some information with the signal. Gunter Nimtz of the university of Koln (Germany) says his wave travelled at 4,7c and carried Mozart 40. The question here is not if it's possible to send something with that wave, it's interesting to know that something (an electro-magnetic wave) can move faster than light. If such a signal is able to do it under certain circumstances, maybe an object or a person can too. And maybe that object or that person can travel in time... Chiao and Nimtz call it the 'tunnelling' of an electro-magnetic signal. It comes down to sending an electro-magnetic signal through a special wave conductor. Although some scientists are sceptical about the results of these professors, nobody has proven their wrong yet. Whether they're right or wrong, when it could be technically possible to travel through time or send messages at a higher speed than c, some terrible problems would arise: the paradoxes! VI) Paradoxes In this chapter we assume that time travelling is possible.
Back In Time Name Kerry Email firstname.lastname@example.org Location Australia Title back in time? Type OBE Date Monday, April worry because I was just astrotravelling. This time I was lying http://www.wirenot.net/X/Stories/obe/OBE%2000-F/Backintime.shtml
Extractions: Home Name: Kerry Email: email@example.com Location: Australia Title: Back in time? Type: OBE Date: Monday, April 10, 2000 Time: 09:14 PM All my life I have had the experience of feeling like I had suddenly fallen back into the bed when I had been resting or just before falling asleep. My Dad had said not to worry because I was just astro-travelling. This time I was lying on the couch meditating feeling completely relaxed, but not asleep, when suddenly I was sitting on a chair in front of open French doors. My legs were stretched out in front of me and I could feel the warmth of the sun on them. The house had sturdy wooden furniture with heavy fabric. The table was set with silver service and china plates and the floor was made out of sandstone. There was also sandstone slabs on the floor where the French doors were. I was dressed in a pale blue old fashioned dress and I looked differently to what I do today. My coloring was similar but my face was narrower. The one thing I noticed was that there were no children there (I have 6 children). Suddenly it felt like I had fallen back into the couch. I had not been asleep. I had been there, where ever there was. Even now I can still feel the warmth of the sun on my feet when I think about the experience.
Travelling Through Time... travelling through time(3 when a speed, bigger than c is permitted, in certain referencesystems these fast particles can travel back in time, relative to http://users.pandora.be/vannoppen/science3.htm
Extractions: Because the time-bending factor on the surface of the earth is almost 1, time on earth passes almost as slow/fast as on places where no gravitation field exists. When we look at the formula for the time-bending factor by gravity , we notice that it becomes smaller when M is bigger or r is smaller. If M becomes that big and/or r that small, the time-bending factor would be = 0. So seen from the outside, it appears that time stands still. Someone in such a place would probably become mad (if possible there to live), because he would see time pass infinitely fast on the outside of his place (where there 's NO infinite gravity). In reality you can never pass the radius of Schwarzschild. If you would come that close to a black hole, you would be attracted with an enormous power and you'd be resolved molecularly. However, the image of your body would be seen forever on the edge of the black hole by an outsider, 'cause on the radius of Schwarzschild time stands still. Although you're resolved a long time ago, your image stays forever in the radius of Schwarzschild! This means we can look at ourselves in another way. Because time-bending is caused by gravity, we could see ourselves as time travellers. After all we are in the gravitation field of the earth. It's easy for us to travel to the future, it happens all the time! Going back in the past is a little bit more difficult....
Extractions: Rome 26 Apr 00 An international team of cosmologists has released the first detailed images of the universe in its infancy. The images reveal the structure that existed in the universe when it was a tiny fraction of its current age and 1,000 times smaller and hotter than it is today. In Europe, the University of Rome La Sapienza is involved in the project called BOOMERANG. For the calculations, NERSC's 696-node Cray T3E supercomputer was used. Total computing time was less than three weeks on this machine. Detailed analysis of the images is already shedding light on some of cosmology's outstanding mysteries the nature of the matter and energy that dominate intergalactic space and whether space is "curved" or "flat." The project, dubbed BOOMERANG (Balloon Observations of Millimetric Extragalactic Radiation and Geophysics), obtained the images using an extremely sensitive telescope suspended from a balloon that circumnavigated the Antarctic in late 1998. The balloon carried the telescope at an altitude of almost 37 kilometers (120,000 feet) for 10-1/2 days. The results were published in the April 27 issue of Nature Today, the universe is filled with galaxies and clusters of galaxies. But 12-15 billion years ago, following the Big Bang, the universe was very smooth, incredibly hot and dense. The intense heat that filled the embryonic universe is still detectable today as a faint glow of microwave radiation that is visible in all directions. This radiation is known as the cosmic microwave background (CMB).
Travelling Back Into Time travelling back Into time time travel is not as absurd a conceptas we believe it to be, says Girish Menon. From the time we are http://www.freshlimesoda.com/features/girish.htm
Extractions: From the time we are little, we come across various tales of mad scientists who claim that they can devise a machine that can take us back into time. They are shown as to spend their entire life trying to come up with the 'Time Machine', and if not all of them, most of them fail and the world just laughs at them. I have come up with a theory that can take us back into time! A Physics student myself, I do not like the idea of spending so much time in classrooms listening to those long, boring lectures. But it so happened that the department warned me about my poor attendance. As a result, I was forced to make up some of the lost attendance. One fine day, in the lecture of the Theory of Relativity (we have a full 50 mark paper on that) our Professor told us that the Earth revolves around the sun at a rate of 36 kilometres per second! The very next lecture (that of Mechanics) I was really bored and there were 20 minutes left for the bell. I wondered how many kilometres the earth would travel in the space of those 20 minutes. So I borrowed a calculator and did the calculations. The following were my observations on the distance the earth travelled in a fixed period of time:
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Schoolzone History Learning Games time! a step back in time! A lively cartoon adventure travelling backin time to the Victorian era with Josie and Gloop. ancient http://www.schoolzone.co.uk/students/learninggame/historylearninggames.htm