How to make a website in HTML?

How to make a site in HTML? How Is a Homepage Made and What Is HTML?

A homepage is a file made by HTML, hypertext mark up language. It is a type of code. The code looks like text, but it is put between < > brackets. For example “body text=”#000066″ is the code for dark blue lettering such as you see on this page. To create a homepage you do NOT need to learn HTML coding any more. You can obtain an HTML editor… some of them are free… which will create the HTML code for you. Knowing a little HTML is handy so you can change the code but there is absolutely no reason to buy a big thick book. Contine reading

Earthly Roots of Aurora Borealis

In ancient times man considered celestial phenomena to be signals from supernatural forces and signs of forthcoming calamitous or unusual events. Science has removed the mystical shroud from many natural phenomena, and the modern educated man can only wonder at the naivety of his forebears. He who has seen, if only once, the shimmering colors of the northern lights will say that there is no other atmospheric phenomenon that is as beautiful and impressive. But in what way is aurora borealis related to the structure of the Earth? Contine reading

Shock Waves Can Break Renal Stones

Shock Waves Can Break Renal Stones. One important problem facing medical science today is the development of new methods of treatment of patients with kidney stones. It usually takes more than one serious operation to remove large and recurrent kidney stones, and there are still no effective medicines for dissolving them. That is why scientists worldwide are looking for new methods of treating this grave and debilitating disease. Contine reading

Integers in Terms of Grouping Operators

Using Recursive Prime Factorization and Prime Indexes to Represent Integers in Terms of Grouping Operators

The idea of this program is to represent any integer purely in terms of grouping operators “(” and “)”. These 2 symbols will give a binary representation of the integers. Since the grouping operators will be balanced, we are guaranteed that the density of (‘s and )’s will be equal. Also, since the ) that matches the first ( indicates the end of a number, arbitrary length integers can be strung together without any special “record separator” indicator.
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