This week’s newest set of googled links are to variety of sites that make great use of visuals to further the understanding of scales of magnitude, some great educational resources lie within…

This Google Link takes you on a tour from the very tiny to the unimaganiably large:

First off the lucky link is the Florida State University Molecular Expressions site, an educational site on microscopy that uses Java effectively to demonstrate the natural world from the scale of the Milky Way down to the sub atomic scale of protons and electrons. A good set of student and teacher resources for activities and lessons.

Next is the official Powersof10.com site based on the works of the books original authors Charles and Ray Eames. Quick links take you from 10-18 (a quark) to 103 (Chicago) to 1025 (super clusters of Galaxy). Explore dimensions of time and space on this site. Lot’s more to see.

The post "Google of the Week (google**10)" was originally squeezed out of the bottom of an old rusted tube of toothpaste at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2003/04/google-of/) on April 30, 2003.

Part of (maybe) a regular feature here is a preset “Google-link” that produces results relevant to CDB… Coming soon will be a simple guide site to doing this for yourself, but it is just about the easiest, simplest, and most effective way to share external information without researching yourself…
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The post "Google of the Week" was originally cracked open and scrambled from a rotten egg at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2003/04/google-of/) on April 20, 2003.

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