Greetings all and happy holidays! I thought it would be nice if we could generate a list of the best science websites for 2006. I hope you all can add some and we can have a very nice list to explore in 2007! Here are a few that I've found. I'm trying to include only the creme de la creme since there are many wonderful sites Also, I'll leave a short blurb about the site's extra special features that make it so great. This will make it nice and easy for people to browse them efficiently. ***BEST PHYSICS SITES OF 2006*** 1) Best science Forums - Physics forums Hands down the best out there. Best experts, best interface, best topics. www.hereyousillygoose.com[/URL] 2) Best physics resource - Hyperphysics Its unique bubble tree structure means you can find any answer to almost all areas of physics in under 10 seconds. Fully referenced. Always adding updates as discoveries are made.[url]http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html[/url] 3) Best site on Vision - Webvision A project by the University of Utah to put all the leading research on vision in one simple site. Amazing photographs of the retina, cones, rods, axons and dendrites. Learn about the most (perhaps) complicated system in the human body. [url]http://webvision.med.utah.edu/[/url] 4) Best site on optics for beginners - Molecular Expressions Built by Nikon, this site has tons of interactive java tutorials, mindboggling STM, EM, and other microscope photographs.[url]http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/primer/java/scienceopticsu/microscopy/simplemagnification/index.html[/url] 5) Best scientific paper reference site - Arxiv The jewel of researching white papers online. Simple, fast, accurate.[url]http://arxiv.org/[/url] 6) Best astronomical body database - Nasa's Extragalactic Database Millions of heavenly body's catalogued with photographs. Amazing search filters. Fully referenced.[url]http://nedwww.ipac.caltech.edu/[/url] 7) Best cosmology tutorial - Ned Wright's Cosmology Tutorial Amazing for beginners and experts alike. Simple, concise, accurate information on the universe and recent discoveries.[url]http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmolog.htm[/url] Those are the best one's I can think of, PLEASE ADD MORE!! Have a nice night cuddling up to your mrs. and your eggnog!