|My son Jed observes his freshly-minted sister Rebecca in the Seibo Byoin Hospital in Tokyo where she was born.||My sisters Lisa (left) and Carla (right) and me (middle) at Aunt Treen's house in Waco, TX.|
|My friend Peter Ballin took this picture of me and Jed as we were climbing Black Tusk in Garibaldi Park, BC.||Here's Peter (on the left), my wife Pat Sparkes and me attempting to make music. Peter's wife Shirley is taking the picture (in their kitchen).|
|For a price I will reveal the secrets of||the ancient folk wisdom!|
For those who doubt its existence, here is a certified NMR * image of my brain. [ *Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, the proper name for the zeugmatographic imaging technique usually called "MRI" by wimps who are afraid to terrify morons with the N-word. Nuclear, nuclear, nuclear! Nyaah, nyaah! My brain has nuclei in it! So does yours, and it isn't because of Chernobyl or weapons testing.]
In Spring 1997 I also put parts of Physics 455 (Statistical Mechanics for Engineering Physics) on WebCT. As for PHYS 200, there is also a public P455 Home Page if you're interested.
As of 1998-99, there is also a Web site for the Physics part of Science 1.
If you imagine that my personal tastes in Web sites hold any interest for you, feel free to have a look at the ones I have organized by topic (my own idiosyncratic list) in Jess Brewer's Web Map. You'd probably do better to go straight to DEC's AltaVista search engine, though. Better yet, try google.com !
If you are fond of elementary particle physics, you may also want to peek at my diagrams of Pion Decay and P-violation or maybe Muon Decay. Enjoy.
- Last updated 1 April 2001 -