In general, science always comes from the New Scientist weekly
magazine, online at http://www.newscientist.com/,
but the following are interesting :
is amazing - it is an animation which starts with a picture of
the galaxy and then, increasing the magnification by x10 every
step, finally gets down to a picture of sub-atomic stuff, taking
39 steps !!
is quite strange (pseudo)'scientific' stuff at the furthest reaches
of the human mind
Most scienctists don't like radionics and so on, but 'vibrational
medecine' (homoeopathy and the like) works well for me, and I
think it is interesting :-
is the main UK organisation for radionics and for training
The White Mountain radionics site is at http://www.remedydevices.com
- they seem to have invented all sorts of wonderful devices based
on vibrational techniques
has also english pages, and they are offering the ETRE Computerised
Healing System, which is computer radionic software with "hand
www.svpvril.com is THE site for
Sympathetic Vibrational Physics, and basically tries to go on
from the works of Keely and Tesla. Dale Pond runs the site, and
he has an article called "It really is a musical universe"
complete with tables of harmonics, which looks very impressive
but a bit beyond me at the moment.