Adventure Links - and more
Updated 4 August 2003
but interesting subjects - some of it adventurous.
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|Pynchon's Mason and Dixon http://www.swarthmore.edu/Humanities/pschmid1/essays/pynchon/mason.html
REMOTE VIEWING http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/
david turgeon: discography http://www.notype.com/camp/dtdiscog.html
Camp | Its the same thing over and over! http://www.fallt.com/fodder/camp/
"Geologists and Professional Tourists Volume 2" http://www.nbresearchdigest.com/releases.html
Lets make some Sliding Pads for your gloves http://www.hugh308.homestead.com/tutor_sliding_gloves.html
Indivisible Cities > Puzzle Dialogues http://glowlab.blogs.com/puzzle_dialogues/
Skateboard science http://www.exploratorium.edu/skateboarding/
Ambient mp3 http://www.iuma.com/IUMA/Bands/inerex/
APOLLO OVER THE MOON A View From Orbit http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/SP-362/contents.htm
Strange Things on the Moon http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa030899.htm
THE LUNASCAN PROJECT (TLP) http://members.evansville.net/slk/lunascan.html
"LINEAR Z" was ingeniously created by any detail by Olivier Monné http://www.almaleh.com/es20-e.htm
De UFO-fascisten Marcel Hulspas http://www.skepsis.nl/complot.html
Essential Loop (and Loop Related) Recordings http://www.loopers-delight.com/loopography/Records.html#70-1
Alvin Lucier List of Works http://alucier.web.wesleyan.edu/works.html
Music ! http://www.raster-noton.de
Even If They're Not True, They Look Interesting http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/listmania/list-browse/-/P3JQ1XIN5G7Q/ref=cm_lm_dp_l_1/104-8293856-0121502
Paranormal Phenomena: It All Happened, Baby! http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/listmania/list-browse/-/39XU7DJFFHLB1/ref=cm_lm_lists/104-8293856-0121502
Holy MP3: A Downloadable Bible http://www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,36936,00.html
The King James Version Bible http://www.audiotreasure.com/indexKJV.htm
Music links http://www.geiger.dk/english/links/
MP3 files http://www.datamusik.dk/
ein akustischer weltatlas http://www.kunstradio.at/PROJECTS/CROSSWALKS/
LIVE TECHNO RADIO Technomusic.com
RADIO 100 WEBCAST http://www.radio100.nl/_ned/live_stream/index.html
Computer Music Links http://www.softsynth.com/musiclinks.html
"Open Source Sampling Project" http://www.kunstradio.at/2003A/05_01_03.html
Walk - Including Croydon (Hi Andrew!)
AEROSOL OPERATION CRIMES & COVER-UP
Astronomy: taking pictures with a videocamera
BOLIDES AND OTHER INFRASOUND EVENTS
Astronomy: taking pictures with a videocamera
Experiments with a webcam for photomicrography
Mercury Transit on May 7, 2003
AstroStack takes a series of images and combines them
into one. The resulting image will be more detailed and
Royal Road Test
Intriguing site - don't click the erotics link !
Horizons - Ephemerides - Solar System Dynamics - Jet
Sun or Moon Rise/Set Table for One Year
The Low Cost Cruise Missile
The Argus V1 Pulsejet
But is it art ?
Stupid Adventures: Dominant Paradigm Subversion
Stupid. Naked. People.
TOTALLY PSYCHED DATA!!!!!!!!
Bottles with poems inside are being placed around London; on buses, pavements, in parks, on shop shelves, in libraries, on public monuments, in art galleries, everywhere! http://www.furtherfield.org/cmyrth/bottled_poetry/index.html
Botic - biggest Prague drain - assorted info
Beh po strechách aneb at zije kyberpunk! http://www.eldar.cz/kangaroo/clanecky/strechy.html
Airsoft - Cheap plastic pistols leaves trail of eye
Climb on Paris scaffolding
istanbul / under_archeological_museum
Fence climbing techniques
Fence climbing pictures - some quite dangerous ones
guide to urban underground (Bristol)
Longboard Videos - good ones
HISTORY OF PRAGUE SEWER SYSTEM AND WASTEWATER
Armchair Handstand = one hand on each arm of the chair, body straight and fully extended onto wall behind chair (get people to hold the chair). http://www.housegymnastics.com/
quicksort.vbs - A VBScript Implementation of QuickSort
vi Command Help
De geschiedenis van de schepping, feit of verhaal? Een
bespreking van Genesis 1 - 3 door M.Paasse
Jesus Seminar Premises and Rules of Evidence
Spinoza's bijbeluitleg Peter van Rooden
Orange Alert for planet Botlek
VBScript Editor 1.30.a - Visual Basic Script text
editor. For .VBS files editing with WSH (Windows
Bible Audio Files
Draw the paths generated by generative psychogeographical algorithms
when executed on a perfect grid in a Design by Numbers script
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell Addresses the
U.N. Security Council
Praha (Prague in English and French, Prag in German) http://www.ctg.cz/general.html
P s y c h o g e o g r a f i c k á - p r o c h á z k
At Last, The Truth Revealed
These Weapons of Mass Destruction cannot be displayed
Super Profesionalni Psychogeografove = SPP
Spiderman slaat weer toe Alain Robert en de kunst van
Nuke Lab Can't Keep Snoops Out
Los Alamos: Nuke Storage Snafu
Italian SAUCES and DRESSINGS - http://www.italianmade.com/recipes/bycourse2.cfm
The TEXTFILES.COM Historical BBS List http://bbslist.textfiles.com/
Tour of City Road and Angel Disused Stations. http://www.gorge.org/tube/
Electricity Pylons around the world. http://www.gorge.org/pylons/page2.shtml
Iraq's Scud Ballistic Missiles http://www.iraqwatch.org/government/US/Pentagon/dodscud.htm
The accuracy of a ballistic (or cruise) missile. http://www.cdiss.org/bmaccur.htm
Secret Weapons Technology http://www.rense.com/political/weapons/weapons.htm
What You Need to Know About... Electronic Voice Phenomena http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa020303a.htm http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa020303b.htm http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa020303c.htm
The search for strange quark matter. http://www.geology.smu.edu/~dpa-www/dpa.html http://www.geology.smu.edu/~dpa-www/sqm/index.html http://www.geology.smu.edu/~vineyard/herrin.html
Finnish Urban Exploders (FUE) - "Someone could call as explorers, but we like cool spelling errors." http://www.angelfire.com/weird2/urbanexp/
Saucer Smear - http://www.martiansgohome.com/smear
http://www.redzero.demon.co.uk/moonhoax/ - This site examines the theories that suggest the NASA Apollo moon landings were faked. It hopes to prove, without any doubt, that these theories are wrong and a combination of a poor understanding of basic science and a desire to make a fast buck.
Long Saga Of Lunar Anomalies - http://www.tje.net/para/documents/lunar.htm
Voynich Manuscript-photo gallery - http://voynich.no-ip.com/folios/
http://www.levity.com/alchemy/home.html - This site is organised by Adam McLean, the well known authority on alchemical texts and symbolism, author and publisher of over 40 books on alchemical and Hermetic ideas.
http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/ - EAC is a new audio grabber for CD-ROM drives.
Scientists Find Faint Objects with Hubble that May Have Ended the Universe's 'Dark Ages' - http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/2003/05/
http://www.irfanview.com/ - ...one of the most popular viewers worldwide!
http://www.math.bas.bg/~iad/serafin.html - Codex Seraphinianus: Some Observations
VOYNICH MANUSCRIPT - (the one he never wrote and nobody can read) - http://rhea.tci.uni-hannover.de/hurontaria/1999/C996a.htm
The Voynich Manuscript - http://www.voynich.nu/
The TEXTFILES.COM Historical BBS List A Collection of BBS Numbers from the past 20 Years http://bbslist.textfiles.com/
http://www.duncancumming.co.uk/ This website showcases graffiti photos from Scotland (especially Glasgow and Edinburgh graffiti), and anywhere else I can get to. So far that includes London, Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Brussels and Barcelona.
http://home.planet.nl/~veenhh/borderland.htm I have great interest in borders, frontiers, boundaries and their markers. I find it a great hobby, not only to study and read about these things, also discovering, searching, finding, visiting and touching, having been there, is what I like.
http://husk.org/lndn/walk/ - London Constrained Walk
What is Psychogeography? http://art.ntu.ac.uk/mental/whatisps.htm
Boijmans Museum Rotterdam http://boijmans.kennisnet.nl/
Freeware Hex Editor XVI32 - http://www.chmaas.handshake.de/delphi/freeware/xvi32/xvi32.htm
THE MAN OF THE CROWD by Edgar Allan Poe http://eserver.org/books/poe/man_of_the_crowd.html
http://grenzen.150m.com/indx.htm Een kijk op de Nederlands-Duitse grens, de grens met België en andere rijksgrenzen in Europa.
US/Canada Border: Lake of the Woods to the Continental Divide http://jidanni.org/geo/us_can1994/
[ Ik winkel, dus ik besta ] - http://www.maarwatishet.com/iwdib1.html
http://www.robvanderwoude.com/index.html Rob van der Woude's Scripting pages: Batch Files for DOS, Windows (all flavours) and OS/2; Rexx;
CV, Security, Cryptanalysis, cipher, Voynich manuscript and DNA
U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications
Into the Ithaca Gun Factory, Jan '01 - http://www.people.cornell.edu/pages/apb18/gun/gun.html
Osama Bin Ufo - From Wilfried - In Japanese but interesting pictures http://www2.justnet.ne.jp/~kiti/Ufo/wtc/wtc.htm
Subject: disused stations on the london underground - some good pics, enjoy http://www.starfury.demon.co.uk/uground/
Psychogeographic - combined - map of london and the west bank - http://www.c6.org/evol/anticolony/
Jim Hollison writes: Front page article in the local
Sometimes you can find nifty stuff under gratings (but watch out for those needles and other nasty stuff!) and there's always the fun of yelling at people or leaving interesting things for future explorers. http://drainfreak.virtualave.net/protected/drainx2.jpg Also: http://www.goldengatetunnel.com/ ;-)
college-exploration site > http://aberrant.org/brown/
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/11/09/arts/09TILD.html?searchpv=nytToday "....Run by the National Park Service, Fort Tilden was a secret slice of paradise. And it was even more fantastic because it was filled with mysterious abandoned structures....."
From heath bunting: a report about a paris expedition - very good - http://www.theyesmen.org/urban/
The book called Entrances to Subterranean Tunnels "Underground Alien
Bases" (UAB) ISBN: 0-938294-92-X
I have found this site, and I find it very
Guide to Ghost Photography by Barak and Chris Cowling http://www.paranormalresearchonline.com/articles_02.html
Many more ghost (orb) pictures. http://clix.to/orbs
The "St. Louis Light" or the "St. Louis Ghost Light" http://www.geocities.com/louislight/louis_light.htm
Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, GA by David M. McVey http://www.paranormalresearchonline.com/articles_05.html
From: Tim.Flaherty - a link to this interesting artist: http://www.space-invaders.com/sominv.html
The guys from http://www.dierinbedrijf.nl/ have published a couple of interesting reports on their website. They visited, and published pictures of the Easternmost and Southernmost spots in the Netherlands. And on another day they swam in all three major rivers of the Netherlands. You can find the reports - mostly pictures - here:
The Bureau of Public Secrets website features Ken Knabb's translations from the Situationist International, the notorious avant-garde group that began with urban "psychogeographical" experiments in the 1950s and ended up triggering the May 1968 revolt in France. BUREAU OF PUBLIC SECRETS PO Box 1044, Berkeley CA 94701, USA - http://www.slip.net/~knabb - email@example.com - Situationist texts on urban psychogeography at the BPS site:
Jim Hollison: A couple good websites on Germany: http://www.jinxed.de/
Plenty of places, mostly old forts.
A site on German bunkart: http://home.hetnet.nl/~thirdreich-bunkers/ by Jan Bueninck, Rotterdam.
Two sites where you can find a myriad of further links to Urban Adventure sites:
<predator>: The Ildraino Archive is also online. First fifty editions available in messy jpg format. http://www.cat.org.au/~predator/ildraino_form.html
For those of you who may have noticed that my website is down, it's been moved to another server. I've also given it password protection, so if you want to check it out here's the new address and info: http://drainfreak.virtualave.net/ username: explorer password: underground
Expedition reports by Ben van der Ploeg (Wilton-Feyenoord and Beneluxtunnel) http://freespeech.org/benjamin/snapshots/benelux/benelux.html
There's an article on infiltrating on Salon.com today that has some features on Julia Dark Passage and the Jinx boys, among other things: http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2001/01/16/infiltration/index.html
A nice mix of serious research, nice photography and adventure. I was inspired to raise my quality standards: http://www.stormchasing.nl/
Strange lanes, creeks, unexpected places etc. in New York: http://www.forgotten-ny.com/Home%20page/index.html
Geocaching is a new treasure hunting game. Armed with a Global Positioning System (GPS) device and coordinates, you can locate treasures that others have hidden in unusual places. http://www.geocaching.com/ There are some caches in Belgium, but not in the Netherlands.
Letterboxing - Thousands of letterboxes are hidden throughout the wild country of Dartmoor National Park in southwestern England. Letterboxing is a combination of orienteering and treasure hunting that consists of using maps, clues and compasses to find the hidden containers:
Pyroball, throwing burning rags around - http://www.ishiboo.com/~nirva/Pyroball Something that reminds me of Panic's "Death Star" pictures.
Thai hot air balloons: www.geocities.com/euroglide_2000/ballon/ballon.html (Kom Lok Thai)
These guys tested the limits of the postal service by sending many unusual objects by mail, like a football. http://www.improbable.com/airchives/paperair/volume6/v6i4/postal-6-4.html
The famous Lawn Chair Pilot - Larry Walters went to the local Army-Navy surplus store and purchased 45 weather balloons and several tanks of helium. He strapped the balloons to his lawn chair and inflated the balloons with helium. http://formen.ign.com/news/23772.html
PRANKS - http://www.xs4all.nl/~jcdverha/scijokes/12.html Learning to burn skin with a magnifying glass. Also learned that chalk, when heated with a magnifying glass, will explode.
If you build a trebuchet (whats that?) you can shoot small pices of cheese, and stones, but also dead cows, pianos and barrels of burning gasoline:
Funny Things To Do With Your Microwave Oven
Faking UFOs - Several Ways Of Letting People Believe They Have Seen An UFO: http://www.strw.leidenuniv.nl/~vdmeulen/deeper/Articles/UFOfake.html
Mini Air: We are happy to report that three of the world's longest-running scientific experiments are indeed still running. http://www.improbable.com/airchives/paperair/volume7/v7i3/long-run-7-3.html
Optical phenomena in the atmosphere http://www.volny.cz/trzicky/atmos/index.htm
Driving along a forested British Columbia road on a warm August night, A.B. Fraser noticed that some trees in the dark woods glowed spectacularly in the car's headlights -- almost as if they were covered with snow:
The WEIRD SCIENCE PAGE database of UNUSUAL WEATHER PHENOMENA http://www.amasci.com/weird/unusual/weath.html
The WEIRD SCIENCE PAGE database of BALL LIGHTNING REPORTS http://www.amasci.com/weird/unusual/bl.html
Urban Exploring combined with paranormal research: http://www.homestead.com/UrbanTimes/index.html I can't take it seriously, but it's a good idea. Watch the orbs: http://www.homestead.com/UrbanTimes/oceanviewmaddorbs.html
The Taos hum page - http://www.amasci.com/hum/hum.html The 'Taos Hum' is a low-pitched sound heard in numerous places world-wide, especially in the USA, UK, and northern Europe. It is usually heard only in quiet environments, and is often described as sounding like a distant diesel engine. Nice, spooky reading: http://www.eskimo.com/~billb/hum/lofst1.txt
The WEIRD SCIENCE PAGE database of MISC. UNEXPLAINED EVENTS http://www.amasci.com/weird/unusual/unexpl.html
A lot of people are charmed by ruins and abandoned buildings. Some people explore them. Other people try to save them. All make interesting websites:
All those here interested in abandoned buildings, click here: http://oboylephoto.com/ruins/ Modern Ruins Photographic Essays is by far the best photographic site of abandoned modern ruins that I have ever seen.
Heyplaat power-station: Look at: http://photos.yahoo.com/tgviguurs under "factory".
The Rochester industrial and rapid transit railway - very beautiful pictures http://www.kittyempire.org/viewy/roch/entrance.html
Everything you wanted to know about the old fortresses around Amsterdam: http://www.rgaros.nl/sva/
Julia Solis is also the owner of the Dark Passage website. You can see her in action on this Forgotten New York page: http://www.forgotten-ny.com/STREET%20SCENES/Seaview/seaview.html
And a nice article about a deserted railway-line in http://www.forgotten-ny.com/SUBWAYS/Rockaway%20Line/rockline.html Another great story from the Forgotten New York website.
Phillip Buehler: Modern Ruins - a classic site
DM-98 Gang - I like the cool attitude
The fabulous ruins of Detroit - still getting better, a classic website
Historical landmarks - a curious website showing some desert locations
Modern Ruins Photo Essays - artful pictures of abandoned places
Urban Dialectics - artful pictures of deserted places
http://www.lostamerica.com/lostframe.html - artful pictures of roadside ruins
Jim Hollison: Found a couple of great web pages with
locations, descriptions, and maps of the forts and
ouvrages along the Maginot Line:
A Calgarian explorer Mr. Sable has a web site showing some of the things I've done or will be doing when I get back. The site is a bit clunky but has some good pics of the transit tunnels and the entrance to Kaos Kaverns (unexplored due to icy conditions, blast!). There are some other pics of interest as well as mission reports. http://www.geocities.com/corrosionia/
Has anyone visit the small railway under Chicago? http://www.ameritech.net/users/chicagotunnel/tunnel1.html One entrance is from the cellar of the Field Museum.
The Vanderbilt steam tunnels site at http://www.angelfire.com/tn2/subterra/ has been updated with commentary, tips, and published articles.
What's happening in Brittain? - Well, there's Subterranea Britannica at http://www.subbrit.org.uk/ who appear to be all legit and above-board.
Remember the Kazil story about braking in and entering a fort? This is Torenfort Asperen; much larger in size than the facility I wrote about. http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/Cabana/2973/Nederland/Asperen.html (writes Joost Hageman)
Minneapolis Drain Archive http://www.aberrant.org/~sand/drain/archive98.html
Impressions of the Antwerp metro, by Ben van der Ploeg: http://freespeech.org/benjamin/Snapshots_gallery.html and http://freespeech.org/benjamin/snapshots/foto/Antwerp/tunnel.html
I lived in Naples and have been on some fascinating explorations with my speologist friends I hope you will look at my site, http://www.larryray.com/ and the section on the "sottosuolo" or underground of Naples, Italy: http://www.larryray.com/napolibelow.htm
More Underground Moscow
In the Spirit of Adventure - This caveclan page has been temporarily zapped, pending legal advice.
Jan van der Meulen's latest climb: http://freespeech.org/benjamin/jvdm.html http://www.rnw.nl/lifestylenl/html/klimmen010502.html
Rob Hofstra, Dutch abseiling team: http://www.rapid-descending.nl/
Allan Bo Jensen. Denmark - tree-surgeon, tree-climber an sculptor http://www.skulpturvaerkstedet.dk/
Some treeclimbing tips and techniques http://www.stanford.edu/~matthewk/blake.html
And then there's this (off subject) curiosity http://www.magick.net/arborstu/treecircus.html
Or this one from Denmark. It has tree-climbing but also many other ideas to have fun with with ropes.
Or this one from Germany. With interesting links and nice pictures.
High-rise building in Rotterdam - policies
Hoogbouwlijst - list of high rise buildings
A very good Rotterdam Website http://www.rotterdammers.nl/index.html with among others:
Aeriak Photography http://www.rotterdammers.nl/luchtfotos/start.htm
Other website that are maintained by Rotterdammers:
All the unused terrains around highway A20 near Rotterdam have been mapped and documented. The site is in Dutch, but the clickable map (click the numbers) shows it all. Beautiful. http://www.restruimten.nl/start.html
Biemans Concern a hand-drawn webpage + original art
Rotterdam City Safari an original idea to discover the city
Dodorama alternative musics
http://paranormal.about.com/science/paranormal/library/weekly/aa051401b.htm A nice story about trash-dump exploration. Never thought it might be interesting to explore these places, but it has made me curious.
Sam Perkins-Harbin: The Detroit Free Press had an awesome story today about trees, bushes and the like growing on top of buildings abandoned in downtown. Two really cool pictures, and a neat article can be found at http://www.freep.com/, and the URL of the story is here: http://www.freep.com/news/locway/journ15_20010515.htm
Xenu's nice link checker - It worked easily and immediately! - http://www.snafu.de/~tilman/#xenu
Train Hopping - well written and dangerous
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