We present links to websites that many Unixplorians frequent regularly.
Friends with whom we share interests created these sites, second only to Unixplorian curiosity.
We will add more links shortly. If you think you have a website of interest to us, please drop us a line and tell us a bit about yourself, your site, and your interests. We want to be friends!
N.B. These pages are unrelated to our micronational endeavors, although the Friends of Unixploria often share our visions and interests.
Are you someone who loves to explore various subjects, ranging from archaeology to zoology? Do you have an interest in steampunk and enjoy creating things from scratch? If you consider yourself a Unixplorian at heart, we invite you to become a Friend of Unixploria by contacting us.
We would be glad to hear from you if you have a website and feel we share common interests. Doing so lets you connect with curious, friendly, and knowledgeable individuals in all areas of interest. We will add a link to your website and promote it whenever possible.
All texts and images are the intellectual properties of the owners of each website.
THE COSMIC POLYMATH by Michael Hardcastle
"I got inspired to create my website after studying several 18th and 19th-century scientists or polymaths who had an encyclopedic outlook in their study of the natural world and many other fields of science. I also love the art and craftsmanship of those two periods, especially the Victorian era. What was created back then was created to last, unlike today's 'throw-away' creations. My interest in Cryptozoology has been lifelong, as my father has always been interested in the subject. He knew people who had seen thylacines here on the mainland."
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