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Vol. 10 - July 2000 - English Edition The Magazine from Skydive World


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If your brain is longing for more than simply adrenaline, then you'll find it here! Since there is a life beyond skydiving [at least sometimes] we like to show you some great non-skydiving sites - kinda "food for the brain".


The Cancer Page

From leukemia to breast cancer to skin cancer, this ultra comprehensive site is a tremendous resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about cancer. It provides the latest information, news, and research relating to cancer prevention, detection, and treatments. A glossary demystifies medical terms with easy-to-understand explanations. An extensive cancer FAQ answers most general questions.


The Cancer Page
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But if you can't find an answer there, just go to the "Ask a Nurse" feature, which lets you email a cancer-related question to a certified Oncology nurse, who will reply within 24 hours. This site also serves as an online community for cancer survivors linked by chat rooms and message boards.

Virtual Museum of Arts
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Virtual Museum of Arts El Pais

The Virtual Museum of Arts El Pais isn't anywhere, in the physical world that is. In English or Spanish, this is a cyberspace-museum you can tour. The Virtual Museum of Art, has been conceived as a dynamic, interactive museum bringing together the most renowned works of contemporary Uruguayan art, a very important contributor to Latin American art.

MUVA makes it possible to get to know little-explored, often almost inaccessible areas. It allows viewers to reach works in artists’ studios and in private collections, including from the youngest artists to the masters. It likewise makes available a broad spectrum of Uruguay’s artistic creativity. Get ready for a true virtual tour. The museum, designed to house the best of art, is also a viewer-friendly architectural destination. A surprise awaits you at every turn.


A Mystery of Space: Stars

Two teens wanted to help other students learn about the stars, so they whipped up "A Mystery of Space: Stars". This wonderful site has versions for older and younger kids and contains snappy flash animations and some very impressive graphic and design work. We were very impressed by the wonderful achievement in web site design, both in appearance and in the excellent quality of the content. This is an excellent addition to the web!


A Mystery of Space: Stars
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The animations are pure fun and very interesting, the navigation is easy, and you feel like you have a little palm pilot all your own that comes for free with this cyberhome. Note: Check out the awards this site has won (link found at bottom of start page). We think you'll find "A Mystery of Space: Stars" a delight to explore!

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