Thank you for the awesome resources you've shared here: ( http://www.virtualteacher.com.au/disasters.html ) ! I'm very grateful for your work to try to keep your community safe. I'm putting together material for our local workshops on disaster safety, and I feel like I've found a kindred spirit by way of your page :)
Here are some other pieces I've found extremely useful, which you might be interested in as well:
CDC Guide to Extreme Heat
Disaster Preparedness at Home: Filter Out the Damage
Disaster Prep & Self Storage - What You Need to Know
PA DMV Emergency Driving Tips
Emergency Preparedness for Seniors & the Disabled
Humane Society - Protect Your Pets
Disaster Safety for Renters
Ready for Anything: First Aid for Pets
Please do keep up the great work!
Thanks for this I will include them in the next newsletter. Glad you like the resource but you are not subscribed to the newsletter - so I have subscribed hope that's OK.
When the stress of life got overwhelming, I used to just clear my head and stare up at the stars...
...Until my inner science nerd wouldn’t stop asking questions. Which constellation is that? Is that bright one a star or a planet? Which part of the sky is Mars in?
It seemed like the perfect chance to dip my toes into astronomy—and it’s been one of the best hobbies I’ve ever picked up! I’ve even managed to recruit a few fellow stargazers in my wife and kids, and it’s brought us closer than ever before.
I’d love to inspire others to embrace astronomy, but a guy can only do so much social media posting. I thought your site seemed like a great place to share some of the cool resources I’ve found in my endeavor—any chance you’d add them here: http://www.virtualteacher.com.au/astrophysics.html?
Astronomy at Home: A Guide for Exploring Outer Space from Your Backyard
Urban astronomy 101: Stargazing for beginners
Spot the International Space Station
Ten tips to minimise light pollution
Useful Filters For Viewing Deep-Sky Objects
What to Bring for a Night of Stargazing: The Ultimate Guide
There’s something kind of cool about realizing we’re all just tiny little specks of stardust—it certainly gives you perspective!
Michael Bourke | email@example.com
Thanks for the resources Michael some great ideas for the amateur astronomer.
I came across a broken link on one of your pages and thought you’d want to know.
It’s this page - http://www.virtualteacher.com.au/classroom/mouse.html and the broken link is the Internet Society page covering the history of the Internet (http://www.isoc.org/internet-history/brief.html).
Perhaps you could update your page with a link to us instead?
I don't upgrade the archival part of the site but I liked your link, very comprehensive, so I will include it in the next newsletter and on the science page of my site.
Thanks for the link.