my Cybergalaxy which is a part of my Cyberuniverse system of home
pages. Choose your vehicle and come and take a fantastic journey.
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page and choose from the variety of original content in the areas of
astronomy, radio astronomy, biology, evolution, radiation physics,
SETI, religion, weather, memetics, photography and education. Also
see related topics in the various links. Visit the Cyberuniverse Book
Store and Amazon.Com below and explore the latest best-selling books.
See a Salesian Cybermeme and look at the "Thought for Today" from the
Daily Motivator. Search this site with Freefind or search 350 million
web sites at Allthesites.Com. See the latest weather and Astronomy
data anywhere in the world and have the opportunity to donate a meal
to the hungry. Be sure to bookmark this site now because you may lose
it or run out of time while checking out all of the interesting
"stars" in my Cybergalaxy.
Go to cybermeme.net
,the newest addition to the Cyberuniverse Websites System of James A.
Updated on April 12,
cosmic ray particles called muons are constantly hitting the surface
of the earth. Read about my project using geiger counters and a
coincidence box to observe and study muons by going to
Muons on the Surface of the Earth.
is one of the first stars that were found to have a planet located
near it. There are radio signals coming from the area of 70 Virginis.
These are natural radio signals that have been picked up by the
NRAO-VLA First Sky Survey. You can find many interesting
natural radio sources in the sky by using the NRAO-VLA First Sky
Survey online data. See the data of the 70 Virginis signals that I
collected and find out how you can access radio data from the
universe by going to Radio
Sources at 70 Virginis.
that I wrote shortly after Hurricane Hugo on St. Croix were placed in
the U.S. Congressional Record (February 29, 1990) by the VI
Representative, Hon. Ron de Lugo. The articles begin with comments by
Hon. Ron de Lugo. Hurricane Hugo started during the evening of
September 17, 1989. Go to Hurricane
Hugo Articles from the Congressional Record
View some of my best photos by
clicking on the small photo of flowers
Read about a hurricane in
Paradise. Teachers can use the article in their lesson plans by
having their students graph and interpret the barometric data. Go to
LENNY HITS ST.CROIX
Check out the current weather and
astronomy data for St. Croix, Virgin Islands by clicking on the
weather box towards the end of this page. You can also check out the
same for your location from the weather site. Keep on scrolling you
will find much more interesting content.
A WORLD CLASS SYSTEM OF WEB
VISITORS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE!
Thanks to the many visitors from all over
the world that have made my Cyberuniverse Websites System (which
includes my Cybergalaxy) a world class one. Be sure to visit all of
the sites and come back as often as you like and send me an email
regarding what sites interested you the most. During the last several
years the counters have indicated that this system of websites had
visitors from these countries in addition to the United States:
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Belgium, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria,
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logged in from the U.S.Military and, the U.S. Government. If you
logged on to this website and don't see your country listed, please
send an email with the name of your country.
I made some observations using the 40-foot
radio telescope at the NRAO facility at Greenbank, WV on July 16 and
17, 1997. I may have found a radio signal from the area of the star,
70 Virginis. You can link to this article, A SIGNAL FROM THE AREA OF
70 VIRGINIS, by clicking on the moving 40-foot radio telescope
And if you want to check out my
closeup photo of the particles in a Murchison meteorite sample then
take a look at MICROSCOPIC
In my Cybergalaxy you can read some of the
sayings of St.Francis de Sales at the SALESIAN
CYBERMEMES site, explore my
scientific pursuits, and find out about the latest news from St.
Joseph High School of St.Croix. You may also link to the other home
pages in my Cyberuniverse System and to my file of over 100 selected
sites from my bookmarks. Let me know that you visited by sending an
email to me.
You can go to the links in my
bookmark file from the book logo. You can also link to some of them
from the list below.
I am a member of the SETI League.
You can link to that organization from their
As you go through this website, you may
wish to learn more about the different subjects. You can browse
through the list of recommended books by clicking on the
Cyberuniverse Book Corner graphic below. You will also find some
current best sellers and other interesting books. Then if you wish
you may order the books of your choice from Amazon.Com. You may order
a diversity of items from Amazon.Com from the form below the the
Cyberuniverse Book Corner graphic.
GO DIRECTLY TO AMAZON.COM FROM THE
BOX ON THE LEFT. CHOOSE FROM THE VARIETY OF PRODUCTS THAT ARE
View a short movie from the film logo. I made the movie using a color
quick cam on a microscope in the biology lab of St.Joseph High
School. Let me know if you can see and hear it. It opens with "simple
player" on a MAC and has a .mov ending. The file is 872 kbytes and
may take several minutes to download. It should also run on a PC
See the latest from Cydonia on Mars, take
a look at my interpretation of THE
1998 FACE ON MARS. There is a
See 19 of the fantastic astronomical
photos that were taken by me and other members of the 1998 AASTRA+
Leadership Group at the McDonald Observatory by going to
HURRICANE GEORGES HITS ST.
Read about a hurricane in Paradise.
Teachers can use the article in their lesson plans by having their
students graph and interpret the data. The first graph to be
submitted according to the given instructions will be posted on the
Cyberuniverse website. Go to
HURRICANE GEORGES HITS ST.CROIX
Read the story of what Christmas means to
me, MOM'S LAST
CHRISTMAS PRESENT. I wrote the
article after my mother passed away on Christmas Day,
Read a story of intercessary prayer to St.
DAD'S LAST NEW YEAR'S EVE. I
wrote the article after my father passed away on New Year's Eve,
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