It also has a handy HTML tutorial appended to show you how such tables are created without having to hit the "source" button on your browser. What more can you ask for such fun?
See Mr. Van Dyke's paper dealing with suspended animation by means of formaldehyde, and it's use as a possible anti-cancer drug.
For a list of Papers, monographs and books available from Hartford Van Dyke:
* Terrance Hodgins * * Willamette Web Weavers * * firstname.lastname@example.org * * http://www.navi.net/~weave/ *http://www.navi.net/~weave/hfract00.html
Depending on how well you can go wall-eyed, or cross eyed, these links may be of interest:
From my own files:(There's a lot more, just need to organise..soon:)
The RCRS 3-D Page.
(Current Location: http://www.navi.net/~rsc/misc.htm)