The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

… 1500 webpages be reviewed for futher understanding and contextual perspective of the primary documents presented.

For academics, researchers, students and others who may wish to get to the “gist of the matter” immediately, there is a SHORTCUT MENU to the Primary Documents on this website located just below on this Opening Page. It is, however, recommended that the entire website's 1500+ webpages be reviewed for further understanding and contextual perspective of the primary documents presented.

The OPENING PAGE: QUFD: Einstein's Legacy!

I just love Crank Dot Net, a site that links to a slew of crankpot websites, tags them (the one above is tagged “grand unification,” “quantum mechanics,” “philosophy,” “consciousness,” “new age” and “religion”) and ranks them (the above: “crankiest”).

What caught me above was the bit about reviewing the 1500+ pages to understand what the site is about, but the site as a whole only ranks as “crankiest.” The best sites are those labeled “illucid” (and yes, the site being linked is … well … the individual words are in English but I can't quite say I understand what they mean in conjunction with each other, which pretty much defines the word “illucid”).

1500 pages.


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