I recently received this e-mail from the coordinator of space programs for teachers in Pennsylvania. It told about this free web site with free videos for teachers on science to download and I was wondering if it is legitimate or not? it is called "The Cassiopeia Project" and the link can be found at http://www.cassiopeiaproject.com/ The website claims that "No science teacher left behind." but with a claim that the site is supported by a physicist who's name is not given, I wonder how good it is. After seeing the two page glossy ads in Astronomy, Sky & Telescope, Smithsonian, Discover and Scientific American for the "Null Physics" textbook. I am wondering if there is big money into promoting "bad science"? Am I just being biased about the web site coming from Mobile, AL? Surely there is good science coming from the South, or am I prejudiced? Anyone have any answers or comments? I would love to have some discussion on this. Is this a plot to sneak bad science into the classroom or am I just paranoid?