FREQUENTER LIST 2006: JUSTIN KAHN

- PART I: A HAIKU -

The Grand Unification Theory on an Index Card

The Universe That
Simple is Easier than
Writing good Haiku

- PART II: TEN LINKS -

While one of the great science web pages is The Big Jewel, they also publish less serious stuff.

That second article is by Justin Warner who people frequently confuse with me. I guess they do that because we both have the same first name.

Anyway, the danger of all of this comedy fun is that it can obscure scientific work like figuring out the Hutchison effect. I live on the third floor of a building without an elevator and if someone could help me utilize the Hutchison effect it would help me get out of my pedestrian activity and spend more time reading George Saunders.

While this page can no longer be found, I believe in my heart of hearts that it had been a great page and would have been a greater if given a chance.

There is so much good information on the web that I feel like my list is five or six links short of being completely comprehensive.

So if you are looking for more good writing not mentioned here, I highly recommend a website called www.google.com.

- PART III: TWO PICTURES -

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(Pictures of Scientific Equipment I own. Left: Self Contained, Portable, Compression Differentiating Mechanism, Modified for Vehicular Support System (Silver); Right: Rabbit Ears, Standard)