How Noise Improves Computing and Digitized Audio

How Noise Improves Computing and Digitized Audio

Having removed measures from direct human perception, They can now beguile by changing time, distance, weight — NIST and CERN and Fundamental Units and Measures — “There is a fight [over] time; they’re trying to change time” – Dr Astrid Stuckelberger

NIST and CERN and Fundamental Units and Measures

History of Electricity with Kathy Joseph (Kathy Loves Physics) — EEVblog 1506

3-phase motor history.  Tesla.  AC power.  Alternating current.  Power grid. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EcQYK_no5M   a general overview of the history of electricity: Ancient Discoveries: The concept of electricity has been known since ancient times, with early civilizations observing phenomena such as static electricity through rubbing certain materials together. Benjamin Franklin and Lightning: In the 18th century, Benjamin … Read more

When “high-end audio” jumps the shark — $250 beeswax filled AC mains / line fuses: “not a subtle upgrade”

https://www.audiogon.com/listings/lisag4eh-audio-magic-ultimate-premier-beeswax-shd-fuse-new-version-tweaks “This fuse will give you tighter bass and yet sound relaxed – very natural sounding. The sound stage will become bigger and deeper, more detailed, better layering, better micro detail but with a relaxed musical presentation. This is not a subtle upgrade from the Ultimate Beeswax SHD fuse which will stay in the line … Read more

160,000 watts of RUSH — how loud is that, really? Turns out, only about 8 times louder than a 300 watt amp! And only about 16 times louder than a 30 watt amp!

The mention of one-hundred sixty thousand watts, holy cow, that’s huge! actually breaks down this way: Every doubling of power is represented as 3 dB, but it takes 10 dB difference to make something sound (to most humans) “twice as loud” or “twice as quiet”. So 160,000 watts sounds only about twice as loud as … Read more

The Power of the Aether as Related to Music and Electricity – Eric Dollard

Abstract   “Originally, mankind was on a path that is in alignment with the harmonic natural laws of the universe. This was from the time of Pythagoreas up to Johann Sebastian Bach. Then, the big shift came. This divergence basically turned everything inside out. All of this understanding has become denied and despised. There has … Read more

Radio Below 22 kHz – Listening to Earth, Schumann Resonance

Website with numerous articles, schematics, sound samples, technical information on DC- to ultra-ultra low radio and energy below 22 kHz. http://www.vlf.it/ The Schumann Resonance refers to a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth’s electromagnetic field spectrum. Discovered in 1952 by physicist Winfried Otto Schumann, these resonances are … Read more

Audi started with a ‘virtual cockpit,’ now it wants a ‘virtual dashboard’

Abstract   Audi unveiled its “virtual cockpit” display at CES in 2014, and this year the German carmaker said its planning a “virtual dashboard” for future models, with “seamless” device integration.   Content   Two years ago, Audi rocked CES with the “virtual cockpit” display that eventually went into production, starting with the recently redesigned … Read more

Digital Carjackers Show Off New Attacks – Remote Controlled Cars

Published on Jul 24, 2013 A couple of hackers show off a series of nasty new attacks on cars–with Forbes’ Andy Greenberg behind the wheel. “Stomping on the brakes of a 3,500-pound Ford Escape that refuses to stop–or even slow down–produces a unique feeling of anxiety. In this case it also produces a deep groaning … Read more

The Truth About Magnetism – Ken Wheeler, Angry Photographer, Theoria Apophosis

Ken Wheeler, also known as the Angry Photographer or under the moniker Theoria Apophasis, is a controversial figure who has gained a following for his unconventional views on physics, magnetism, and other scientific topics. However, it’s important to note that many of his ideas are not widely accepted by mainstream science, and some of his … Read more

DIY Electric Car – DEFCON 20

At DEFCON 20, an annual hacker conference focused on cybersecurity and hacking, there was a presentation titled “DIY Electric Car.” DEFCON conferences often feature talks and workshops covering a wide range of topics related to technology, hacking, privacy, and innovation. The “DIY Electric Car” presentation likely focused on the process of building and modifying electric … Read more

Hack Your Car for Boost and Power – DEFCON 15

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0I2tudyFYI     At DEFCON 15, an annual hacker conference focused on cybersecurity and hacking, there was a presentation titled “Hack Your Car for Boost and Power.” DEFCON conferences often feature talks and workshops covering a wide range of topics related to technology, cybersecurity, privacy, and innovation. The “Hack Your Car for Boost and Power” … Read more

Hacking Driverless Vehicles – DEFCON 21

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMViIM4I7TE   At DEFCON 21, an annual hacker conference focused on cybersecurity and hacking, there was a presentation titled “Hacking Driverless Vehicles.” DEFCON conferences often feature talks and workshops covering a wide range of topics related to technology, cybersecurity, privacy, and innovation. The “Hacking Driverless Vehicles” presentation likely explored the security vulnerabilities and potential risks … Read more

WTF is in my car (analysis of technologies) – DEFCON 21

“WTF is in my car” was a presentation given at the Defcon 21 conference in 2013, this time by security researchers Jesse Michael and Corey Thuen. In their presentation, Michael and Thuen discussed their analysis of the various technologies and electronic systems present in modern vehicles and the potential security implications associated with them. The … Read more

Adventures in Automotive Networks and Control Units – Defcon 21

“Adventures in Automotive Networks and Control Units” was a presentation given at the Defcon 21 conference in 2013 by Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, two prominent security researchers. In their presentation, Miller and Valasek discussed their research into the security vulnerabilities present in modern automotive systems, particularly in the context of onboard networks and electronic … Read more

Musical Mathematical Ratios and the Engineering of Consciousness – Alexandre Tannous – Free Your Mind Conference 3 (2015-04)

Half-step has 100 cents. Western octave is 12 half-steps (tones, notes: C, C#, D, etc. Black and white keys on keyboard) Indian octave has 22 tones Persian and Arabic octave has 24 tones Turkish octave has 53 steps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-rIRML75_I&list=PLfi4BBtYUMKz36guaSbV8F0I8gosT7eIw Alexandre Tannous is a musician, educator, and sound therapist known for his work exploring the intersections … Read more

The Power of the Aether as Related to Music and Electricity – Eric Dollard

Abstract   “Originally, mankind was on a path that is in alignment with the harmonic natural laws of the universe. This was from the time of Pythagoreas up to Johann Sebastian Bach. Then, the big shift came. This divergence basically turned everything inside out. All of this understanding has become denied and despised. There has … Read more

Automakers Seek to Outlaw Car Owners From Modifying Their Own Vehicles

Abstract   The Association of Global Automakers, a lobbying firm for 12 manufacturers, is asking the U.S. Copyright Office to prevent car owners from accessing “computer programs that control the functioning of a motorized land vehicle, including personal automobiles, commercial motor vehicles, and agricultural machinery, for purposes of lawful diagnosis and repair, or aftermarket personalization, … Read more

Insight into why the musical magic of Muscle Shoals / FAME, stellar at first, then “faded”

Spot-on, I think, Comment from the video — “It’s funny that it starts out mentioning that the engineer knew and made (or at least serviced) all the equipment, and the sound quality was great. But then, technology moved in, and the engineer became disconnected, and there hasn’t been “that sound” or any true hit ever … Read more

US Military ‘air optical fiber’ (using femto-second pulsed sound waves) Increases Power of Laser Weapons

Abstract   Allows for much better transmission of lasers through free space.   Content   Researchers in the US, funded by the US Air Force, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), and the National Science Foundation, have managed to turn air into an “optical fiber.” This breakthrough allows the scientists to create an air waveguide, allowing … Read more

Cardas ‘223’ Guitar Cable

As seen at NAMM 2014. The all new Cardas ‘223’ Guitar Cable with Cardas ‘223 Plugs’ is a small diameter, high performance instrument cable. Medium capacitance, and high propagation velocity. Silver clad conductors and Foam PTFE dielectric. Very quiet, with low microphonics. Ideal for lead guitar. http://www.cardas.com/guitar_cable.php     The Cardas “223” guitar cable is … Read more

Cardas Golden Ratio Guitar Pickups

Custom made body & hardware to George’s specifications by Borealis Guitars, then hotrodded with George’s own Golden Ratio Pickups and non-capacitive Golden Ratio tone control (ie, a tone control you’ll actually use). http://www.cardas.com/cardas_guitar.php        

The 49 Octaves of Sound and Light – aetherforce

Light & Color Healing presented by Thomas Joseph Brown – intro to Royal Raymond Rife and Dinshah Ghadiali work, and understand even more how biogeometry works.   https://keychests.com/item.php?v=creglicegyxvzlhwixnziypz The concept of the “49 Octaves of Sound and Light” is a metaphysical theory that explores the relationship between sound, light, and consciousness. It is often associated … Read more

Sensible, Clear Truth About Pyramids — Christopher Dunn, Giza Power Plant

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1Zg_UFKptM   Christopher Dunn is an engineer and author known for his unconventional theories about the construction and purpose of the Egyptian pyramids, particularly the Great Pyramid of Giza. In his book “The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt,” Dunn proposes the idea that the Great Pyramid was not merely a tomb for a … Read more