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Link of the week archive

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Sept. 27, 2015 Eclipse Links

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocWgSgMGxOc&feature=youtu.be 

 

check out these amazing snowflake photographs!

 

figure out how old you would be on other planets.

 

 

Here's a fun site full of science and math games.  Try the "Who's That" game.  Select the "famous scientists and mathematicians" button, read the clues and then take a guess!  Go to the site!

 

 

this link takes you to a film teaser entitled “Landfill Harmonic,”  features “The Recycled Orchestra,”  the creation of Favio Chávez, a landfill worker and musician. The film will feature Chávez and an inspiring group of children beating the odds in poverty stricken Cateura, Paraguay.

Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/430560/landfill-harmonic-the-recycled-orchestra-of-paraguay/#AvA423agGAhYQRzf.99

 

 

This week's link takes you to a "near-live, "overhead" view of the winds in the continental United States.  It is updated hourly from the Nation Weather Service.  You can observe wind patterns and speed in different parts of the country.  Note how the patterns are constantly changing.  Check it over a couple of different days and see what differences you observe on the map.   As the site says wind is "an invisible, ancient source of energy that surrounds us—energy that powered the first explorations of the world, and that may be a key to the future. This map shows you the delicate tracery of wind flowing over the US."

Here is a global wind map

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