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Scientific Star Trek Web Pages

The Particles of Star Trek
This site of coolness, http://www.hyperion.com/~koreth/particles/, lists all known Star Trek particles. The information given includes the particle name, its source, the episode(s) where it appeared, and its importance. It has a very fun feature which is both its biggest asset and its greatest flaw, the Particle Generation Form. As new particles are introduced or old ones noticed, visitors may update the list themselves. The only problem with this is that the list is unedited, or at least insufficiently edited. The best example is "anyon", which was wrongly listed as "amnion", and my attempted correction didn't come out right. This is especially unfortunate since the anyon was one of Star Trek's closest brushes with cutting edge 20th century physics.

Joshua Bell's Star Trek Page
This page, http://www.ucalgary.ca/~jsbell/star_trek.html, takes a relatively technical look at Star Trek. It features:

Reviewer: Rob Reid