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  1. Audio - RealAudio National Public Radio (Requires RealAudio Player)

  2. Audio - Radio 4 (BBC)
      Calls itself "the best channel of the spoken word in the world."

  3. Radioisotopes and Nuclear Energy (Uranium Information Centre)
      Provides information about how radioisotopes can help with sterilization, insect control, fertilization, therapy, diagnosis, measurement, and other uses.

  4. Radios - Building an AM Radio (Xtal Set Society)
      Provides instructions and diagrams for building a complete crystal radio in a Quaker Oats box. 9-99

  5. Music - By Artist, Song, or Radio Station (NewRadio.com)
      Provides a search engine to find artists, songs, and music radio stations. 4-00

  6. Radio's Media Mess (Salon.com - Boehlert)
      According to the essay, deregulation in radio has caused such a mess by consolidating power into one company, that it is creating barriers to deregulation of other broadcast media. 4-03

  7. 01-26-04 Human Rights Watch Decries Iraq War (Radio Free Europe)
      "International-rights monitor Human Rights Watch says there are special circumstances that warrant humanitarian intervention across the borders of sovereign states. But conditions in Iraq last year, the group says, did not meet these criteria."

      "The organization has exhaustively chronicled the abuses of Saddam Hussein's regime dating back to the 1980s, estimating it was responsible for as many as 250,000 deaths. But it says in a lead article in its annual survey of human rights that at the time of the U.S.-led invasion last March, there was no crisis in Iraq that justified a massive military intervention." 1-04

  8. Air America Radio (AirAmericaRadio.com)
      Provides news from a progressive view.

  9. Murrow, Edward R. (Radio Hall of Fame)
      "Determined that CBSís voice of authority should belong to a true authority, Murrow assembled a news staff that included Charles Collingwood, Eric Severeid, William L. Shirer and Howard K. Smith. Each was selected not because of radio experience, but because of his knowledge of the European political battlefields."

      "Edward R. Murrow was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1988." Includes an audio file of Murrow's voice. 11-05

  10. Murrow, Edward R. (National Public Radio)
      Provides stories of Murrow's early life and career, including stories about his resourcefulness and courage. 11-05

  11. -11-23-12 data transfer, Wi-Fi, is transmitted through radio wave signals. However, radio waves represent only a small fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum and so, as demand for wireless connectivity grows, the supply of available bandwidth diminishes."

    "Meanwhile, the number of bytes we transmit through mobile devices is doubling every year, according to a report from networking equipment giant Cisco Systems."

    "Haas and his team at the UK's University of Edinburgh, are the brains behind a new patented technology that uses beams of flickering light to transmit digital information wirelessly, a process known as Visible Light Communication (VLC)."

    " 'The visible light spectrum is 10,000 times larger than the radio frequency spectrum,' he explains." 11-12

  12. The Mystery of the Intergalactic Radio Bursts (Time.com)
      "Using the giant Parkes radio telescope in Australia, astronomers have recorded four more of these mysterious bursts, and when the scientists extrapolated across the entire sky, they concluded that perhaps 10,000 of these blasts are popping off every day, all over the heavens. 'Itís still a mystery what they are,' says lead author Dan Thornton, of the University of Manchester, in the U.K. 'But at least itís not a mystery that they exist.' In fact, Thornton and his co-authors claim that the observations reveal what he calls a 'new cosmological population' of energy blasts, whose true nature is unknown." 07-13

  13. -08-03-14 ALMA Radio Telescope to Peer Deepest into Space (CBS News)
      "Right now the antennas are spread out on the plateau over a distance of a mile. But they're moveable, and eventually, they could spread out over 10 miles. That will mimic a single telescope dish 10 miles wide."

      "Then, ALMA will be able to see far off objects with greater detail than ever before." 08-14

  14. Oregon Radio (Oregon Public Broadcasting)
      Provides information from OPB, Public Broadcasting System (PBS), and National Public Radio (NPR). 10-00

  15. Diagnosis and Treatment for Scoliosis (University of Washington Department of Radiology - Richardson)
      Provides numerous drawings to describe various conditions and treatments. "Most curves can be treated nonoperatively if they are detected before they become too severe. However, 60 % of curvatures in rapidly growing prepubertal children will progress. Therefore, scoliosis screening is done in schools across America and several other countries. This screening is probably not necessary until the fifth grade." "Currently, scoliosis is treated successfully by special braces, electrical stimulation, surgery, or by combinations of these three techniques." 4-02

  16. Flashlights, Radios, and Emergency Supplies (WindUpRadio.com)
      Electricity is generated by a hand crank. Devices cost between $45 and $100. Thirty seconds of cranking are supposed to give 30 minutes of light. Use LED bulbs. Also carry solar powered flashlights and multiple energy source radios with flashlights. Awesome Library does not endorse this product, but provides it as an example. 12-02

  17. Flashlight and Radio Without Batteries (EmergencyPro.com)
      Electricity is generated by a hand crank. For emergencies or disasters. Costs around $20. Also includes siren and a phone charger. Awesome Library does not endorse this product, but provides it as an example. 11-06

  18. Flashlight and Radio Without Batteries (HeartlandAmeridca.com)
      Electricity for the Wind N Go UltraBright flashlight and radio is generated by a hand crank. "With 1 minute of winding you will get up to 90 minutes of light, 45 minutes of radio, and 10 minutes of cell phone talk time!" "It may be charged with an AC adapter for up to 20 hours of operation (not included)." Costs around $35. Awesome Library does not endorse this product, but provides it as an example. 11-06

  19. Flashlight With Radio (ViatekProducts.com)
      Electricity for the Emergency Hand Crank LED Flashlight is generated by a hand crank or built-in AC charging. Costs around $50. Awesome Library does not endorse this product, but provides it as an example. 11-06

  20. Emergency Preparation: Shortwave Radio (Amazon.com)
      "Synchronous detector! It enables the radio to lock onto signals with tenacity. It reduces fading and noise and enables you to eliminate interference by selecting a sideband on the other side of the interfering signal. On the SW7600GR it works very well. No other radio at this price has sync detector. "

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