NGA wants a global map for ambient sound

BY SUSAN MILLER APR 30, 2018 The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants to map the world’s ambient sounds. The NGA Research Directorate’s Environment and Culture pod wants to “leverage new and emerging technologies to characterize spatial-temporal patterns in sounds and develop corresponding foundational geospatial datasets,” the agency said in a request for information. The same way technology … Read more

Maurice Cotterell – FutureScience

In 1989, Maurice Cotterell found a way of calculating the duration of long-term magnetic reversals of the Sun. Using this information he was able to break the codes of ancient sun-worshipping civilizations, fisrt the Mayas of Central America, those of Tutankhamun of Egypt, and the Viracochas of South America, before cracking the codes of the … Read more

Sounds of Power Meters are similar to sounds of Bosnian Pyramids

power meter sounds are similar to Bosnian Pyramid sounds power meter sound 3:10 into https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW2AsO6  Z-Uo bosnian pyramid sound 2:02:20 into https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPNVQD5  TSYU  

PLANT SONIFICATION — DATA GARDEN — MIDI SPROUT — using tropical plants to control midi synths in real-time, and getting excellent, soothing music

Beginning the global DIY-Biofeedback movement. PLANT BONGOS http://www.kpkaiser.com/programming/plant  -controlled-robot-bongos/ http://datagarden.org/7940/midisprout/  

Alberta Solar – Maximum VLF Radio Expedition – August 2000 by Stephen P. McGreevy

August 2000 Solar-Maximum Natural VLF Radio Stereo-Recording Expedition to Alberta, Canada. Between 06 and 14 August 2000 during a period of high solar-activity, I set-up two delta-loop-antenna stereo cross-azimuth recording systems to capture the magnetosphere’s spectacular natural VLF radio reception in north-western Alberta near the Whitemud River to the west of Dixonville, Alberta. “The Music … Read more

Embers of society: Firelight talk among Bushmen

Abstract   Much attention has been focused on control of fire in human evolution and the impact of cooking on anatomy, social, and residential arrangements. However, little is known about what transpired when firelight extended the day, creating effective time for social activities that did not conflict with productive time for subsistence activities. Comparison of … Read more