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  1. Shalini says:

    I really liked the “Photon” article (http://cronodon.com/Atomic/Photon.html).
    Thank you so much for setting up this incredible, free site. I only discovered Cronodon today, and I made a bookmark for it 🙂

  2. Lisa says:

    As an educator (Biology teacher) I really like your photos and the content. If I am preparing a lab manual is there any way to cite your work or use your photo’s???

  3. Dr. Mani Arora says:

    I really like the photos. I am writing a book chapter on green algae. Can I use your photos for this? Also In the book format we cannot mention the links/URL. So If I write picture courtesy…kindly mention the name as well.
    Thank you.

  4. Elizabeth Donley says:

    I really admire the Pov Ray graphics of the Stern Gerlach experiment on your pages. I would like to use them in a talk. Is there any chance I can get the examples of the source code?
    I am a government scientist without a big budget.
    Thanks!

  5. Soujanya says:

    Hi, can you please confirm/clarify that the picture at http://cronodon.com/images/Chlamydomonas_2.jpg is an original creation? Or let me know what the original source is? I’d really like to use and properly cite it in my dissertation. Thank you!

  6. Mon says:

    Dalek Sprites.
    Like 59 has a typo

    59 FOR N=0 TO 62:READQ:POKE8256_N,Q:NEXT

    It should be +N, not _N

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  8. Hamza says:

    Hi,
    Thanks for the great and well-presented content. My specific question is what are the references that you used for the material in your blog?(http://cronodon.com/Atomic/Nucleus.html)

    Thank you and best regards,
    Hamza Ayyash

  9. Karim says:

    RE: Programming the Commodore 64 (Sprite Animation)

    Hi, thanks for this. Great little piece of basic code to illustrate the principle. There is a typo in Line 59:

    59 FOR N=0 TO 62:READQ:POKE8256_N,Q:NEXT

    Should read:
    59 FOR N=0 TO 62:READQ:POKE8256+N,Q:NEXT

    Thanks

  10. John David Best has his web site Vida Ä°nstitute. He put my articles page in ‘Timeflow Theory’ ‘http://vidainstitute.org/?page_id=656’. Vida Institute is intersting site. And my web site is http://www.timeflow.org

    In addition,
    I think that, my mathematical formula ‘Time Flow’ explains mind with time relationship. Do I right ? Can you delve in this ?
    In your opinion, discovery of a planet is more exciting. Or, as I’ve presented in the attached article, whether observing ‘A very tiniest mass in the space, having completed its life, have been turning into energy’ would be more exciting or not ? It is my belief that, this observation will be the proof of the General and the Special Theory of Relativity. This observation can be made only by NASA or ESA. I hope that I will be able to see this consequence while I’m still alive.

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