is the list of all web pages which should
be available at this address (i.e. from this
server), arranged by language (in 8 languages).
It represents a more frequently updated version
of "Menu 1". Choose below the page that interests
you by dragging scroll bars, then click on this
web page to run it:
(The same list can also be displayed
from "Menu 1" by clicking
Here is the list of addresses of all
totaliztic web sites that still worked
at the date of the most recent update
of this web page. At each of these addresses
should be available all totaliztic web pages
listed in "Menu 1" or
including also their different language versions
(i.e. versions in languages:
Polish, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian,
Greek or Russian.) Thus firstly select
the address which you wish to open by dragging
scroll bars in small window below, then click on
this address to run it. When opens the web
page which represents this address, then choose
from its "Manu 1" or
the web page which interests you and click on it
to view that page:
(The above list can also be displayed
from "Menu 1" by clicking
#1. Welcome to the procedure of replication of HTML web pages,
explained on the example of Dr Jan Pajak's web pages:
#2. What is "source-code replica" and why it is better from "image replica":
When you photocopy a document, or make
another reprint from a photo, you prepare an "image replica" of it.
But if you duplicate a source code of a computer program (in a given programming
language), you prepare a "source-code replica" of it. Web pages you can
replicate in two ways. Namely, you can make their "source replicas", or their
"image replicas". (In spite that almost every browser allows you to make "image
replicas" of web pages in quite a simple way, making source replicas of these
web pages is a much more difficult task.)
Note that "source-code replicas" are
much better than "image replicas". For example, source replicas allow to find,
add, and complete missing components of given web pages (e.g. missing
illustrations or missing text files) from other servers and/or other
web pages. They also allow us to learn principles of web page
design and programming.
#3. Advantages and disadvantages of preparing "source-code replicas" of my web pages:
For some readers that work
on problems addressed on my web pages, it would be highly
beneficial to have in their own computers replicas of
selected such pages, together with all their illustrations,
texts, links, etc. After all, in case of having such replicas,
one can later view given web pages, or print them, directly from
his/her own computer, not from the Internet. Thus, one becomes
independent from the access to Internet in each situation
when he/she wishes to have a good look at my web pages, or
at illustrations that my web pages display. Waiting for
opening given web pages is then also incomparably shorter
than waiting for opening an Internet page. Then also it is
NOT needed to put up with all these subtle obstructions
which seem to plague my web pages almost as it these are
continually sabotaged by "little green UFOnauts" of some sort.
So for these readers, who wish to make a "source replica"
of any my web page in their own computer, below I am describing
step-by-step how to accomplish this. This description reveals
thoroughly how to prepare the so-called "source replica" of
the web page, means a replica prepared in the programming
language called "HTML" in which my web pages are originally
coded. Note that such a "source replica" is much better than
an "image replica" (which almost every browser allows to make
in quite a simple way). For example, it allows to gradually
complete all missing components of a given web page (e.g.
missing illustrations or text files) from other servers.
It alows to update separately each selected component of
the web page as soon as we meet in Internet their better
versions. It also allows us to learn principles of web
page programming, thus it can be for us a first step towards
later making our own web pages. Here are instructions for
producing such "source replicas" from my web pages.
#4. How to begin, means how to open in our computer a new folder for storing my web pages and their enclosures:
Create a folder named "a_pajak"
(or "archives_pajak") on your hard disk "c:". This folder is to hold all
the web pages that you may wish to replicate in your computer. To create
such a folder, run a utility program named "Windows Explorer" or "My Computer",
choose "Local Disk (C:)" for the "Address" in this utility program, then
click on "File" in the pull-down menu from this "Windows Explorer", then
click "New", finally choose the command "folder". Type the name "a_pajak"
to be the name of a new folder that you created on you hard disk. Later
you are to use this folder "a_pajak" for storing all my web pages that
you wish to keep in you own computer.
#5. Creation of new subfolders (also called "sub-directories") for subsequent groups of ilustrations and texts:
These need to be placed inside
of this main folder named "a_pajak". These sub-folders are
to contain subsequent kinds of texts and illustrations displayed
or accessed through this web page. Here is the list of sub-folders
that are used by this web page:
14 - it contains all the illustrations which are used by
this web page and also are used in monograph [1/4].
54 - it contains illustrations that originally are used
in my monographs [5/3e] and [5/4p].
1e - it contains illustrations that originally are used
in my monograph [1e].
2e - it contains illustrations that originally are used
in my monograph [2e].
4c - it contains illustrations that originally are used
in my Polish monograph [4c].
cr - it contains illustrations that ilustrate landscaspes
and curiosities of New Zealand.
malbork - it contains illustrations that ilustrate views
and curiosities of the Malbork Castle of Teutonic Knights from
milicz - it contains illustrations that ilustrate views
and curiosities of the Milicz township in Poland.
... - there is much more such folders containing
illustrations or texts devoted to specific subjects.
flags - it contains images of flags (i.e. German, Spanish,
French, Italian, Polish, and English) used in my web pages. These
images of flags are contained in files named de_flag.gif, es_flag.gif,
fr_flag.gif, it_flag.gif, pl_flag.gif, uk_flag.gif. Any flags
scanned into "*.gif" files with the above names, can be used for
In order to create such sub-folders, again it is enough to shift
the "Windows Explorer" inside of the folder "a_pajak" and then
generate them one by one.
#6. Saving the source code of a given web page:
These need to land in your folder "a_pajak".
For this, "right click" on your mouse while pointing
it any text area of this web page (e.g. pointing right here). A small menu
should appear, which is to have the option "View Source". Click on this menu
option, and the source code of complete this web page appears in your text
editor named "Notepad". Click on the "File" pull-down menu from this "Notepad"
and choose the option "Save As...". Save the source code from your "Notepad"
using the "replicate.htm" for "File name" of the code of this web page, while
for the "Save in" pointing at the folder "c:\a_pajak" that you created earlier.
Notice that pages called via links from this page, should be saved
under slightly different names assigned to them, namely: "oscillatory_chamber.htm"
for the web page on the "Oscillatory Chamber", "magnocraft_pl.htm" for the Polish
version of this web page, etc.
#7. Saving illustrations:
separately on each illustration from this web page, then choose the option
"Save Picture As". The majority of illustrations you need to save in the
subfolder "54", the remaining ones in the subfolder "14".
Notice that each illustration indicates at the bottom of
the screen the subfolder in which it is to be saved.
#8. Run web pages that are replicated in your own computer:
After you save this web page,
you can run it in your own computer whenever
you wish, by simple pointing at the file "magnocraft.htm" (i.e. the one with
the source code of this web page) using the "Windows Explorer" for this pointing,
and then double clicking at this file. (You can also run this file by pointing
the "Windows Explorer" at it, and then pressing "Enter".) Pages linked with this
one via hyperlinks can also be displayed through clicking on these hyperlinks
while viewing this page, or can be displayed through clicking via the "Windows
Explorer" at their names, means e.g. at "oscillatory_chamber.htm", or "pajak_jan_uk.htm".
#9. (Conditional) removal of banners:
servers on which for the understandable reasons I display all my web sites,
usually insert codes of banners to the source code of web pages that are
displayed on them (frequently codes of these banners contain various irritating
errors which try to make viewing my web pages quite difficult). If these banners
irritate you, you can optionally cut them out from
the source code of this web page, after you save this code in your own computer.
To cut the banners out you need to identify their code (either by addresses
referred in this code and starting from "http://...", or by seeking the
comment type "banner insertion ..." which appears at the beginning and
at the end of the banners' code).
#10. Updating and extending the own archive of such web pages:
If someone is especially interested in descriptions contained on this
web page, then it would be desirable to check in Internet every let say couple of
months, whether description from this web page are updated and improved. If so, then
it is worth to replace the old version of this web page with this improved version.
For this, it is enough to rename the old replica kept in your computer by adding
the word "old_" in front of it, and then copy from the internet a new version
to store it under the original name that it has.
#11. How to download to your own computer ready-made source replicas of my web pages:
Selected out of my web pages
already have a source replica prepared by myself, and awayting
for you download it to your computer. You can find their source
replicas store at some addresses listed in their "Menu 3". Such
source replicas of these web pages already include all files,
folders, subfolders, illustrations, etc., needed for their run.
In addition, they do NOT have advertising banners. They await
to be downloaded in the ZIP format. All what it takes to make
them work for you, is to download them to your own computer
and then UNZIP them.
In order to download them
to your own computer, you need to click in "Menu 1" on the
menu item marked
"Source replica of this page".
So try to click, because such a source replica may be available here
(i.e. at this address) and it would be handy to have it in your
own computer, or at least handy to try how you manage to download it.
After such a ZIPped source replica downloads to your computer,
all what you need to do is UNZIP it onto your hard disk. After
UNZIPing, it forms a separate folder in which you will find a
folder named "a_pajak" with all files, subfolders and illustrations
inside, ready for the running and displaying a given web page.
(In case you already have on your hard disk a folder named "c:\a_pajak"
with my other source web pages, it is enough if you transfer
all files and subfolders from this new folder "a_pajak" to the
already existing one named "c:\a_pajak".)
#12. Legal issues:
The copyright that
is imposed onto all my intellectual properties, including
my monographs and my web pages, reads, quote:
"All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
database or retrieval system, transmitted, or distributed
in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,
photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior
written permission from the author or a person legally
authorized to act on his behalf. From the obligation of
getting such a written permission are only released those
who would like to prepare a single copy of this publication
for their personal use oriented towards the increase of
their knowledge and who fulfil the condition that they
will not use the copy prepared for any professional purpose
or for accomplishing material gains, and also that they
copy the entire publication - including the title page,
the content pages, all chapters, all illustrations,
and all enclosures, etc."
In order to express the above in other words,
in cases when you do NOT intend to earn money from
my work, but only wish to use it for the increase of your own knowledge,
then you are welcome to prepare copies of my publications as you wish.
And you do not even need to tell me that you copied my publications.
The only limitation that I imposed on copies that you make
to increase your knowledge, is that you are NOT allowed to
cut them into parts or alter them. This means that you need
to read and to use my publications in their original content,
extend, size, and form, i.e. exactly as I designed and wrote
How with the web page named
one can find totaliztic descriptions
of topics in which he is interested:
A whole array of topics equally interesting
as these from the above web page, is also
discussed from the angle that is unique to
the philosophy of totalizm. All these related
topics can be found and identified with the use of
prepared especially to make easier finding
these web pages and topics. The name "index"
means a list of "key words" usually provided
at the end of textbooks, which allows to find
fast the description or the topic in which we
are interested. My web pages also has such
a content "index" - only that it is additionally
supplied in green
which after "clicking" at them with a mouse
immediately open the web page with the topic
that interest the reader. This content "index"
is provided on the web page named
It can be called from the "organising" part of
"Menu 1" of every totaliztic web page. I would
recommend to look at it and to begin using it
systematically - after all it brings closer hundreds
of totaliztic topics which can be of interest to
Emails and contact details to the
of this web page:
Current email addresses to the author of
this web page, i.e. officially to
Dr Eng. Jan Pajak
while courteously to Prof. Dr Eng. Jan Pajak,
at which readers can post possible comments,
inquiries, or replies to questions which I ask on
my web pages, are provided on the web page
about me (Dr Eng. Jan Pajak).
That page also provides other commonly used
contact details to the author.
The author's right for the use of courteous
title of "Professor" stems from the custom that
"with professors is like with generals", namely
when someone is
once a professor, than he or she courteously
remains a professor forever. In
turn the author of this web page was a professor
at 4 different universities, i.e. at 3 of them,
from 1 September 1992 untill 31 October 1998,
as an "Associate Professor" from English-based
educational system, while on one university as
a (Full) "Professor" (since 1 March 2007 till
31 December 2007 - means at the last place
of employment in his professional life).
However, please notice that because of my
rather chronic lack of time, I reluctantly
reply to emails which contain JUST time
consuming requests, while simultaneously
they document a complete ignorance of their
author in the topic area which I am researching.
Therefore, if the reader sends a request to me,
I suggest to let me know somehow that he or
she actually went through the trouble of reading
my web pages and learning what these pages
try to say.