Greetings Lifeform. Welcome to my humble page. I'm Jeffery Winkler. I live in Hanford, CA. Here are some things that I've written.
Read my interactive novel.
Read my screenplay.
Here is a short story I wrote. Here you can read my idea for a Shakespearean comedy.
I wrote haiku and a sonnet.
I draw fantasy art.
Finally, here you can look at various other stuff.
Here you can read issues of Physical Review D.
I wrote trivia questions, mostly about science and history, for Uproar. I wrote weekly articles on advanced physics for Suite 101. I wrote articles for Fitnessheaven. I have submitted and reviewed sites about advanced physics and nanotechnology for Study Web. I answer questions about science submitted by the public to Expert Central. I have had articles accepted by FolksOnline and Computer Credible. I have had articles and artwork published by Purple Pentacle. I wrote a business report on chiral technology for Business Communications Company. I wrote a textbook on particle physics which was published by Self Help Guides.
This is the Crab Nebula which is 6000 light years away. It is the result of a supernovae which was witnessed on Earth on July 4, 1054. The supernovae was actually recorded by the Anasazi in New Mexico. It's portrayed in a rock painting on the lower face of an overhanging ledge in the badlands of New Mexico. It was also recorded by the Chinese. The nebula was discovered by Charles Messier in 1758 while looking for comets. When it didn't move, he started a catalog of "things not to be mistaken for comets". Thus the Crab Nebula is honored with the designation "M1". At it's center is a neutron star which rotates about 30 times a second.
My name is on a CD-ROM on board the Pathfinder probe on Mars.
I am the (great)30 grandson of William the Conqueror (1027 - 1087) who in 1066 became the last person to successfully invade Britain. Here you can read about how I used the internet to do genealogy.