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Ardley, Neil. The World of the Atom. Gloucester Press: New York. 1989.

Basford, Leslie, and Philip Kogan. (Eds.) Lightning in Harness: Foundation of Electricity. Sampson Low, Marson and Co.: London. 1966

Berger, Franklin. Our Atomic World. Franklin Watts: New York. 1989.

Biel, Timothy. Atoms: Building Blocks of Matter. Lucent Books: San Diego, California. 1990.

Couper, Heather and Nigel Henbest. Space Scientist: The Sun. Franklin Watts: London. 1986.

Darling, David J. The Sun: Our Neighborhood Star. Dillon Press, Inc.: Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1984.

Department of Energy. (Fossil Energy). "Energy from the Past for our Future." (online) www.fe.doe.gov/education/main.html. January 10, 2002.

Page, Deborah. "Energy Timeline." For the Geothermal Education Office. (online) http://geothermal.marin.org/escrap.html#time. January 10, 2002.

Silverstein, Alvin, et al. Energy. Twenty-First Century Books: Brookfield Connecticut. 1998.