Antimatter: Mirror of the Universe
This site was created by CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) and offers an introduction to antimatter aimed at the general reader.Einstein Light
"The new tutorial Einstein Light, hosted by physicist Joseph Wolfe of the University of New South Wales in Australia, offers help...in a 10-minute multimedia program, Wolfe and a pair of animated assistants explore the intellectual background for special relativity and its counterintuitive consequences, such as that a spaceship traveling near the speed of light would seem to shorten to an observer on Earth. Visitors hungry for more can tuck into more than 30 pages of additional explanation."Fear of Physics
“shows you physics in action. This site is an interactive, highly visual, and non-technical way for you to see the laws of physics in action."Invention Dimension
Information about inventors and their discoveries.The Physics Zone
presents introductory level physics concepts in a multimedia format that is engaging as well as informative.The Weather Channel
Offers forecasts for cities worldwide as well as radar and satellite maps. Also includes news stories.