Sunday, April 26, 2015

Re: [Yasmin_discussions] sound and science

Sorry, George O Squier
George O. Squier ~ Trees as Antennas ( Scientific American, June 14, 1919 &
British Pat... Page 1 of 12
"With Trees For Ears" A Wireless Station Within the Reach of Everybody With
a pair of receives to his ears, an amazed visitor to a certain radio
station heard a hightoned hum which changed to a low growl, then skied to
the upper reaches of the musical scale in a faint, very faint buzz, as if
some microscopic mosquito had had his song made audible. The operator
rapidly rapidly turning the knobs on his couplers and condensers, raised
his hand: suddenly, through the changing radio signals which were clamoring
for attention together in the receivers came his voice; "There --- the
loud, easily heard one is New Brunswick; the fainter, lower one is Nauen,
in Germany". Leif

On Sun, Apr 26, 2015 at 4:08 PM, Leif Brush <> wrote:

> I like viewing realtime-streamewd helical cosmic imaging Roger, But, the
> appended no-stair-step sound was conflicting, asynchronous.
> evolving terrestrial and cosmic mysteries should be sync-monitored and
> thus s*onified realtime, contextual** data should be sought, **w/ AtoD
> phenomena sampling processes, **w/cogent input information, *
> *syncing/time/space, ** multiplexing **and the demultiplexing output of
> sound's/imaging packets* .
> Terrestrially... re John Collings *Squire*'s selff broadcasting trees *
> Donald Gurnett's 1972 Jupiter space recordings.
> trees as co-authors in audible constructions
> 1972 Graspable Atmospheres Uranus table top winds
> Tree dynamics require dither signals
> Time, Context, Gray Matter out of Sync
> LIGHT as performance Conceptal Drawing: Anticipating Audio/imaging
> Sonogram
> 1974
> dithered image transformations rendered realtime holography
> scroll down to Uranus winds, LED spectral scan
> 1976
> Scanning Electron Microscope
> *
> Leif Brush

Leif Brush
Professor Emeritus
Research Specialty: Environmental Sound
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