Extractions: Jesus gave his life as a payment for our sins, dying on the cross. Like the substitute that had been given in place of Isaac 2,000 years before, He died for us and we owe Him our love and faithfulness. Kid Explorers Coloring Book, www.KidExplorers.com Eden Communications , PO Box 200, Gilbert AZ 85299, USA.
DiveNews.Com The R.E.N. is a collection of SCUBA Diving publications. http://www.reefexplorers.com
MY HERO - EXPLORERS Short studentfriendly biographies of 10 men and women who ventured into new worlds during the 19th and 20th centuries. http://www.myhero.com/explorers/explorers_content.asp
Extractions: explore the Channel Islands Ellison S. Onizuka has a legacy that continues to live on after the Challenger disaster. John Glenn was a hero in 1962 and again in 1998. John Wesley Powell is an internationally venerated advocate for preserving biodiversity. Libby Riddles won the Iditarod dog sled race in 1985. Mae Jemison dreamed of going to space since childhood. Marco Polo a Venetian explorer was born in 1251. Robert Ballard Founder of the Jason Project Sacajawea guided Lewis and Clark across the northwestern territories. Sally Ride was the first American woman to go into space. Sergei Vladimir Ilyushin, Jr. : the first man in space? Sir Douglas Mawson led the first research expedition into Antarctica. Steve Fossett circum- navigated the earth in a balloon. Sylvia Earle is a marine biologist and ambassador of the oceans.
Extractions: By Luke Bonavia Introduction Dutch, French and British Explorers have been discovering pieces of Australia since the 16th century until the first fleet arrived in 1788. If it wasn't for the great explorers such as Abel Tasman and Capt. James Cook, Australia would not exist on the world map. This web page focuses on the great achievements of the Australian explorers and their problems during the journey. Select the desired page you would like to view: British Explorers Matthew Flinders George Bass Captain James Cook Dutch and French Explorers Abel Tasman Nicholas Baudin Previous Maps of Australia Home ... Bibliography
Brighton Explorers Club - Home Page Pursuits include canoeing, climbing, hill walking, surfing, sailing, and caving. Site offers membership information, schedule, an FAQ, and photos. (Brighton) http://www.brightonexplorers.org
Extractions: This is the English - German version of our Picture Dictionary with links. Click on a letter above and you'll see words that start with that letter. The word on the top is in English, the word directly under it is in German. Click on a picture or an underlined word, and you'll link to a great web site related to it. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Little Explorers is by the authors of Busy Little Brains , an educational game on CD-ROM for children. See our Easy Web Tips to Teach Children Educator's Guide Sign our Guest Book How to Link to our Pages Please bookmark this page and come back often.
World Book Not Found - DiscoverySchool.com For our newsletter and special teacher promotions. We re sorry, but DiscoverySchool.comis no longer offering the world Book Ato-Z Encyclopedias. http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/explorationstation/
Extractions: Dive club ... Dive club ... Dive club ... Dive club .... Dive club .... Dive club ... Dive club ... Dive club Underwater Explorers Club of Western Australia LATEST DIVE NEWS ..... Sat 29 - 20 divers on board for two fantastic dives at the West End, some divers spotted another Grey Nurse Shark ..... Sun 30 - 20 on board once again, dived at the UEC mooring in Mosman Park due to poor conditions at sea ...... who we are what we offer more about us what we do ... newsletter Click here for the Calendar Underwater Explorer Site of the month Pic of the Month webmaster
Extractions: This page is part of the Discoverers Web A B C ... Z These have now been moved to separate, enhanced pages. Use the list above to go there. I intend through time to do so with the whole alphabet. Tafa'i Abel Janszoon Tasman Alternative sites: Het Abel Tasman Kabinet (in Dutch) site in Dutch Pinkerton: Early Australian voyages Pedro de Teixeira alternative site ... in French Thorstein Eriksson: See Irish and Vikings Henri de Tonti (in French) alternative site Luis Vaez de Torres The coast of Africa Pierre de Troyes Gunnbjorn Ulfsson: see Irish and Vikings alternative site site in German Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont d'Urville (in French) alternative site Cayetano Valdes George Vancouver alternative site Ludovico di Varthema (see also The Portuguese Empire alternative site (in French) Giovanni da Verrazzano Amerigo Vespucci by German Arciniegas by Jeffrey Butch (undergraduate paper) by James Canaday (undergraduate paper) by Ethel Carrillo (in Spanish) by Jonathan Cohen by the Encyclopedia Britannica (in German) by Jennifer Jury (undergraduate paper) by mining.co
Hall Of Explorers Biographical articles on several explorers. Students can submit content. http://www.virtualology.com/virtualmuseumofhistory/hallofexplorers/
Ars Subterranea Comprised of artists, historians, architects, and urban explorers wishing to create an intersection between art and architectural relics in New York City. http://www.creativepreservation.org/
Extractions: We like to play inside ruins. Ars Subterranea is comprised of artists, historians, architects, and urban explorers wishing to create an intersection between art and architectural relics in the New York City area. Our aim is to instigate unique perceptions of New York's history by constructing narratives around the city's forgotten relics. Ars Subterranea encourages its audiences to interact with the city's neglected and ruinous locations by recreating obscure but fascinating aspects of its urban development. Our plans include art installations, unusual preservation campaigns, public treasure hunts, and much more. We invite you to find out more about our past and future projects and to contact us if you would like to know more. News: We have begun our documentation of the hidden and abandoned sections of the Jersey City Medical Center, a massive medical complex that will close its doors forever in mid-May. For more information, please read our press release . And an article on Ars Subterranea founder Julia Solis can be found in the April issue of Smithsonian Magazine
ISS World 2004 Dear Executive, ISS world is a unique gathering of telecommunications serviceproviders, government executives and law enforcement agents responsible for http://www.telestrategies.com/iss_2004/
Extractions: To protect our network infrastructure, service providers, government executives and law enforcement agents have to deal with the bad guys who are hacking our networks, stealing network secrets or customer identity information and planning terrorist attacks over the Internet, wireless networks and the PSTN. From a service providers perspective, the same staff members often have to deal with network security, fraud control and lawful interception. Intelligence Support Systems (ISS) are tools that help telecommunications service providers protect their network as well as their customers networks from hackers and fraudmeisters as well as support lawful interception requests from law enforcement. Often the same ISS tools address all three areas of concern.
Mrs. Mitchell's Fifth Grade Class 1 A fifth grade class shares the poems they wrote about the lives of famous explorers. http://www.concord.k12.nh.us/schools/kimball/classes/mitchell/explpoe.htm
Extractions: Virtual Exploration Society Welcome to the Virtual Exploration Society. Go over to the bar and get a root beer, then have a seat by the fire. Listen while the older members recount exciting true stories of explorers who have risked life and limb in the persuit of knowledge. Paddle down the Amazon with Percy Fawcett. Drive a dogsled to the North Pole with Peary and Henson. Go to a mysterious isolated island with the Burden Expedition to capture a living dragon. Risk an ancient Egyptian curse with Howard Carter as he opens the Tomb of King Tut. The Incredible Automobile Race of 1907 In 1907 eleven men set out to take the newly born automobile on an adventure across two continents and over deserts and through swamps. Would it be up to the challenge? Crossing the Atlantic By Air On July 25th, 1909, Louis Bleriot stunned the world by using an airplane to cross the English Channel. Only ten years later the first men to fly the Atlantic would tackle a distance of over one-hundred times greater than that of the Channel flight and incalculably more dangerous. Roy Chapman Andrews Was this adventurer/scientist the model for Hollywood's Indiana Jones?