In the Steinhart Aquarium.
Hasn't the hockey stick graph been completely and thoroughly debunked? Why yes, it has :-)
View of the Golden Gate Bridge from near the former artillery emplacements at the Presidio of San Francisco.
Another shot of the Bridge and the Marin Headlands, future home of Starfleet Command Headquarters.
A view from the artillery emplacements towards Alcatraz Island.
Update, 3/7/10: Here are the other pictures I promised--clearly much better than with my cell phone!
click to enlarge, these look good!Again, from the artillery emplacements.
A nicer shot. You can make out part of Fort Point, a Sumter-like Civil War-era brick fort, under the arch at the south (left) side of the bridge.
A better shot of Fort Point and the bridge over it. The original designs for the bridge called for Fort Point to be demolished. When the designer saw the actual fort, though, he redesigned the south end of the bridge by adding the arch going over the fort, in order to preserve a most interesting piece of history.
I went with my son and my pilot friend, who also sent me this picture he'd taken previously. The SF-Oakland Bay Bridge is in the background, along with the edge of Treasure Island (a former navy base).
Yours truly at the south tower of the bridge, with SF in the background. This was my first time out on the bridge.
A view from Treasure Island on our way home. The arch over Fort Point is clearly visible, as is the south tower.
A view of the City from Treasure Island.