El 03/04/2015, a les 18:44, ciencia pirata <email@example.com> va escriure:
> Good point. I agree with this. Even i liked the video (even i like old
> music !!), i agree that there is no reason to use different music to push
> for a more interactive video. This, as you say, could be a deformation from
> scientific community. In fact, we are trying to deal with different
> scenario, with art/sci interactions, and the video is not a good example of
> a deeply colaboration. Yes, it is true. I think this is a kind of political
> decision. Even the video is good, could be extremly better if there were
> some political decision to colaborate between artists.
> 2015-04-03 15:23 GMT+02:00 roger malina <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> yes the images of the sun are fascinating- but its always disturbing to see
>> scientists use musical styles from a 100 years ago to accompany the most
>> contemporary of contemporary images !
>> why didnt they commission a contemporary composer to write dramatic
>> music using todays musical idioms !
>> there is a huge literature on the connections of science and music
>> and the musical avocations of scientists- but somehow there is
>> a 'decalage" !!
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Guillermo Muñoz <email@example.com>
>> Date: Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 5:00 AM
>> Subject: Re: [Yasmin_discussions] Announcing YASMIN discussion on LIGHT
>> To: YASMIN DISCUSSIONS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Dear Yasminers,
>> We spend one week on this "Light is my business" discussion. We are prety
>> happy to see thta there are many contributions from the whole planet.
>> Tocelebrate this first week i would like to share this short film about
>> our, may be, most important source of light: the sun. The film is made by
>> the Goddard Space Flight Center, from NASA. I guess that this extremly
>> beautiful images, are science, are data traveling from the sun in kind of
>> infrared, visible or UV waves, translated may be to some radio waves, or
>> carried by 1,55 microns light throught fiber optics up to our computers.
>> Really, i do not exactly all this amazing route of light from Sun up to our
>> eyes. But i know that it is fascinating. Is science, i´m sure. But is art,
>> i´m sure too. This kinds of fascinations pull us to the adventures. And,
>> for sure, to share ou
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