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Discordianism ~ In 2005, a dwarf planet was discovered that looked about the size of Pluto, leading to a huge shake-up of science’s take on our solar system. Named Eris after the ancient Greek goddess of chaos, strife and discord there are people who not only relished the upheaval that followed, but who have developed a belief system around these classical references…
Distance Between Coordinates ~ Those engaged in looking at our circumstances on a worldwide scale, will sooner or later have questions that only a dedicated calculator, based on GPS (Global Positioning System) coordinates or so-called satellite navigation, can address. Bash in two sets of coordinates for the distance between them. Say it isn’t rocket science? Oh yes, it is…
Duke & Duchess of Sussex ~ Home for me is East Sussex on the south coast of England. Many people were upset and angry that Henry Windsor and his wife were foisted on us as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, when they share no connection with this location. If you can help bring these concerns to the notice of those supporting archaic titles in the UK, we’d all be very grateful.
Dynamic Periodic Table ~ The only tenuous connection of this website to astrology, is the traditional association of each zodiac sign with certain metals in particular. But this tabular arrangement of the chemical elements has always fascinated me, while this interactive offering from Michael Dayah must be hard to beat. If only the instructions were a little clearer for the novice…
Earthpages ~ Actively maintained by Michael Clark, who has qualifications like most of us have cups of coffee, Earthpages is a growing link resource for the concerns of this New Age from spirituality to the environment, astrology to the art of drinking. Great design and use of Flash too, at the moment this site seems to be in a state of some transition…
Earth’s Atmosphere Top to Bottom ~ You’ll doubtless find this both useful and informative, if like me you’d previously imagined the stratosphere was where the Earth’s atmosphere finished. Seems that’s only the 50km mark, after which you have the mesosphere, the ionosphere, thermosphere and finally the exosphere, otherwise popularly called outer space…
Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) ~ The Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) is an Internet institution, so consider its younger up-and-coming sibling, with a more terrestrial slant. Don’t imagine there isn’t plenty of great celestial imagery lurking in the archives here too, with the backing of NASA and the Goddard Space Flight Center, would anything less suit?
Encyclopedia Mythica ~ A broad knowledge of classical mythology is often important for astrologers, especially when it comes to understanding some of the more recent astronomical discoveries from an interpretation point of view. So if you don’t know your Hestia from your Hercules or your Juno from your Jupiter, then this is undoubtedly the place to go…
End Of The Internet ~ Congratulations! You’ve reached the end of the Internet, designed using Windows 95. There are no more links left to visit and nothing more for you to see. You have arrived in the online equivalent of northern Manitoba. You can now switch off your device to read a book, plant a tree or introduce yourself to those people in your home, otherwise called your family.
Experience ~ Believe it or not, this is really an advertisement. It publicises a shop with a postal address in Camden, NJ that currently only ships within the United States. So, I am not promoting their products as I have no idea, but I’m recommending you to check out their site, albeit with the numerous recommendations and restrictions that often accompany, such ambitious designs.
Eye Colour & Personality ~ This is an advert for a certain brand of coloured contact lenses. In fairness, I must point out there are other manufacturers. Still I loved this quiz, that tries to correlate your mood and personality with your eye colour. Here in Europe, it is humbling to learn that 55% of people worldwide have brown eyes. Green is the rarest colour, matching 2% of humanity.
Facade ~ I'm a professional astrologer and that’s what I do, not tarot cards, staring into my crystal ball, eyeballing your tea leaves or feeling the bumps on your head either. Still I’m always happy to find a good free source of other types of reading online, with a great selection of tarot spreads for instance and no registration necessary.
Famous Birthdays.com ~ Not an astrological site, but a valuable and extensive resource for all those interested in the correlation between birth data and personality characteristics. Discover who else was born on your birthday. It’s fascinating reading, with links to lots and lots of further information for each specific day.
FatefulDay.eu ~ There are a number of sites around the Web that claim to calculate your life expectancy and how many years you have left to live. They take your age and lifestyle into account, along with your family history and current state of health. This one caught my eye, since it has me down as dying last year. Know what? I have been that busy I hadn’t even noticed…
FBI: Cyber’s Most Wanted ~ With the pervasive nature of modern computing and the Internet, cybersecurity is more vital than ever. Ponder for instance this list of cybercriminals compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Disregarding members of the Chinese military, bounties of US$4.2 million are offered for intelligence leading to the conviction of just five men.