Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Modified ecstasy 'attacks cancer'

Scientists believe a modified version of the drug ecstasy could help fight some blood cancers, including leukaemia.

Researchers at the University of Birmingham tweaked the chemical structure of the drug to make it more effective, but say any treatment is at least a decade away.

Professor John Gordon from the university's School of Immunity and Infection is the lead of author of the study and told Radio 5 live Breakfast more about his findings. Click here for BBC Article.

13-Year-Old Makes Solar Power Breakthrough by Harnessing the Fibonacci Sequence

While most 13-year-olds spend their free time playing video games or cruising Facebook, one 7th grader was trekking through the woods uncovering a mystery of science. After studying how trees branch in a very specific way, Aidan Dwyer created a solar cell tree that produces 20-50% more power than a uniform array of photovoltaic panels. His impressive results show that using a specific formula for distributing solar cells can drastically improve energy generation. The study earned Aidan a provisional U.S patent - it's a rare find in the field of technology and a fantastic example of how biomimicry can drastically improve design

Read more: 13-Year-Old Makes Solar Power Breakthrough by Harnessing the Fibonacci Sequence

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Melodyne DNA editor UB (k)

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

ViVa Pirate Radio

Catch some of the tunes from the SoundBringer vaults..
If you have a PC, install Streamer p2p Radio (350Kb) and once you've got it then tune into The SoundBringer Station for some new and live sounds for 2009!! Get in the chat room for requests.

If you have a Mac all is not lost follow this guide to install streamer on OS X.

Streamer - Pirate radio for the digital age. Streamer: A low bandwidth, peer to peer audio streaming is internet radio with a twist. Streamer allows a user to broadcast streaming MP3 or OGG audio to an unlimited number of listeners with a low bandwidth home internet connection. Each listener helps the broadcaster by passing a copy of the stream to the next listener in line, like gnutella or Kaza or torrents. Distributed computing for pirate radio - download now, and join the revolution!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Today a Bible quote I just came across

In later times, some shall...speak lies in hypocrisy...commanding to abstain from that which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth. Paul: 1 Tim. 4:1

Referring to Cannabis, Mushrooms and all the other plants mother nature gave us.
Found it here.

Friday, February 06, 2009

Laser taggers on the loose..

Laser Tagging has now become a reality and is being used by activists around the world thanks to this open source software from Graffiti Research Lab.
Read an Article in French.
To begin all you need is a mac of PC, a video projector, a simple webcam and of course a good laser pointer.
Download the software here for free:
Laser Tag 2.002 Mac 0S X 10.4 + 10.5 - (Feb 2008)
Laser Tag 2002 PC App - XP and Vista - (Feb 2008)
Here is the How-to step by step guide.
An example of possible application: Laser tagging Champagne Perrier-Jouet buildings.

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Green Micro Machines..

Check Mr Micro and his home made earth friendly PC.

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

PirateBay doing well..

Swedish file sharing site the PirateBay strikes back at Hollywood and at those who want to censor our internet by saying they can encrypt the whole internet going in and out of any computer. This makes any control from the authorities impossible. So long live the PirateBay and may Artists like me use it to distribute their music, it´s way better than putting it on MySpace and generating ad money for Rupert who is way richer and owns most of the media anyway...

The PirateBay even gave a diploma to the King of Sweden recently
The Diploma is a congratulatory diploma about our joint efforts in making Sweden famous globally when it comes to technology and culture.

The diploma is mostly in Swedish so here's the translation for the ones who do not speak swedish:

"To the King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf,
We hearby give you this diploma as a sign of our appreciation.

We have in a great cooperation made remarkable progress in the fight for positioning Sweden as a prosperous nation regarding technology and culture.

In these progressive days we've spread more files than ever. We've made history.
We now have the honour to report that The Pirate Bay now archives 200 000, by the citizens donated, documents of culture and we're tracking more then 500 000 cultural treasures globally.

This is a new world record."

We hope the King will appreciate our efforts and we have asked for an audience with the King or preferably the princess Madeleine.
here is the Princess!

Link here.

Improving humans?

All these people in thinktanks in California or in Cambridge are trying to put forward arguments to "sex-up" the technology that could annihilate all of us.. check Extrobrittania.
There are some people at the IEET are also concerned with bioethics in research especially when led by religious fanatics in the U.S. Dr. J. chats with Ron Lindsay Ph.D., J.D., author of Future Bioethics, and director of the Center for Inquiry, a humanist thinktank. We talk about stem cells, biopolitics under the Obama administration, and whether we should be able to torture aliens. Listen (MP3) (click on the green arrow).

Friday, October 03, 2008

Get rid of ALL WEB ADVERTS!!

On a PC running Firefox, simply download add-Art, it will replace all those adverts on myspace and everywhere else with pretty pictures and un-obtrusive images (just to annoy rupert murdoch).
Add-Art website.

If you use a mac running OS X, you can download a program that blocks all the adverts, pretty useful on big brother controlled sites such as myspace.com..
Get PitHelmet

Saturday, July 05, 2008

S60 Apps

For those of you who own an S60 phone such as the n95 or n80.
Play quake 3D on your mobile.
Find out about new apps using motion sensor/accelerometer built into the phone.

Do time-lapse photography
Have fun!

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Swedish gov't to vote on allowing downloads, e-mail, phone monitoring

Sweden is about to vote on a bill that will allow local authorities to monitor all types of wired traffic, including e-mails, fax messages and telephone calls.

This week, the Swedish Parliamentary Committee on Defense approved the bill, which was published last year. The Committee also said more safeguards are needed, including additional details on when the data can be used, how it should be destroyed and who can access it.

On June 17 the bill will be debated and finally voted on in the Swedish Parliament.

Its detractors see the vote in the Parliament as a watershed moment.

"We are about to give up an important right, not to be monitored by the state unless there are suspicions of serious crimes," said Maria Rankka, head of Swedish think thank Timbro.

One problem is that the lawmakers assume people in charge always have good intentions, and history has shown that is simply not the case, according to Rankka.

If parliament approves the bill, the law goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2009. The Defense Radio Establishment will get access to the data from Oct. 1, according to the Parliamentary Committee on Defense.

Read the full article.

Monday, June 09, 2008

Art not Ads

Remove all ads from the web and replace the blank spaces with Art..
Great idea, download the Firefox Plugin here.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Why WiFi isn't so Fly..

You think you have the latest gadjets and gizmos in your hands as you're holding a mobile phone equipped with bluetooth and WiFi. Well, I've just realised we have just been conned for years by these companies offering us technology bit by bit (sic).
Nikola Tesla, alongside AC electricity and the lightbulb and pretty much everything else that makes our world "modern", invented back in the 1930s, a way to transfer electricity wirelessly (forget those ugly cables) and also to send sound and pictures wirelessly from one place to another on this planet.
So why the hell do we only get access to this technology now, over 70 years later?
This, just like the engines that don't run on petrol (by explosion) but with water (by implosion) is just the best way the industrials that had access to this technology found to exploit us (the dumb people) and make us pay over the odds for something that should be free.
Nikola Tesla, this great mind, wanted us to work with nature and not against it but sadly his great inventions ended up in the hands of people that were not so happy with giving free electricity to the whole planet (as was already possible in 1930!).
Same for the mobile telecommunications, this "revolution" could have happened 70 years ago but some people decided to wait until they could monitor the whole planet before giving you (the dumb people) access to any of this magic.
Watch this movie and you will understand more: Secret of Nikola Tesla

Monday, May 12, 2008

Use Scroogle to search the web!!!!!

There are two reasons why an ad-free scraper of Google's main search results is important. One reason is personal, and the other is political.

On a personal level, your support for Scroogle says that search engines should not be tracking you and retaining this information indefinitely. Not only does Google scrape much of the web, but they keep records of who searches for what. If information about your searching is accessible by cookie ID or by your IP address, it is subject to subpoena. This is a violation of your privacy. Someday Google's data retention practices will be regulated, because Google is too arrogant to do the right thing voluntarily. In the meantime, you should not be leaving your fingerprints in Google's databases.

There are other proxies that can protect your privacy on the web. Almost all are general-purpose proxies that cloak all of your web activity behind an IP address that is not easily traced to your service provider. One is Anonymizer.com. A possible problem with this one is that the founder, Lance Cottrell, has connections with the FBI and the Voice of America. It also costs money for a reasonable level of service. Another is Tor, which is much more secure. But it is also slow, because Tor is a complicated system that needs networks of volunteers to run server software. Juvenile surfers from video pirates to rogue Wikipedia editors tend to clog free services such as Tor, which slows them down even more.

Since Scroogle does just one thing, it is fairly fast and simple. But because it does only one thing, it is vulnerable to action by Google. They could block our IP address, which would require that we relay requests to other servers that are more difficult for them to locate. They could also centralize their system more in order to better detect and throttle any outside address that does too many searches per minute. Finally, they could make minor changes in their output format on a regular basis, which would break our scraper and require frequent reprogramming. Any of the above might quickly get too complex and expensive for us, and that would be the end of Scroogle.

One action that Google is less likely to take is to serve Scroogle with a cease and desist letter. This introduces the second reason why Scroogle deserves support. As a nonprofit with a history of activism on privacy issues, it would be difficult for Google to sue us on the grounds that their search results and rankings are copyrighted. The main reason for this is that we are noncommercial. None of our sites has ever carried ads, we have zero employees, and our gross annual income is about $10,000. Our lack of commercial intent strengthens our claim that we have the right to scrape Google. It's obvious that we are doing it in the public interest.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Download all nokia maps without the downloader

Yes, at last someone has figured out how to download all maps for the N95 and so on..
Look here to download all nokia maps for free.

Friday, November 02, 2007

TV LINKS shutdown for sharing links?!

Owner, 26 is behind bars..
It's a pity the Gloucestershire Police started with such small fry. There are a couple of multibillionaires called Larry Page and Sergey Brin -- the founders of Google -- who provide vast numbers of links to content that is being illegally distributed. Indeed, as everyone knows, they actually host plenty of illegal content on their own video site, YouTube, which has a UK operation.Read this funny article.
Spot on mate..

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Being Robin Hood..

Do you recall a certain Robin Hood, who generously shared his loot thieved from the influent landowners. Well, in our new cyberworld, we can become that sort of hero very cheaply, telco's being the landowners. The whole issue is opening your personal wireless network.
There is a huge amount of anti-sharing propaganda going out everyday on all information and internet channels. Today I came accross such a movie on a so called "science channel" (http://www.discovery.com/radio/xml/sciencevideo.xml, the presenter was showing how easy it is to snoop on someone's computer. The reality behind these scaremongering films is that: If everyone of us opens their personal network, we would collectively be able to bypass mobile phone operators and telcos by having our own networks, this would mean a huge loss of profits for the small pack of these greedy hyenas of the business world and totally FREE mobile calls and internet for all the people who could afford a recent phone. So bring back the Robin Hood in you n open your network, solidarity can change the world.
As for victims of hacking, well, you're a grown up, you know if they really wanted your holiday pictures they would break the encryption easily..

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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

VLC is free and so amazing!

If you need just one piece of software, it has to be VLC (video lan client). This magical, open-source video swiss army knife will play all you movies, divx and stream but also converts them to .mp4 for use on your portable devices (phone, psp..). So don't pay $29.99 for a shit piece of converting software..


Sunday, June 17, 2007

Glastonbury Stone Circle VR

In 2004, SoundBringer after much effort (considering the condition he was in as well..) managed to climb on top of one of the stones with a tripod to capture the atmosphere of the Glastonbury stone circle by night, it was saturday night and everyone was so relaxed and off their heads, some playing drums, chilling by fires, singing away, a guy playing trumpet, people runing accross the glastonbury stone cirlcle with flares. Magic!

Check out the 3DVR of the Glastonbury stone circle by night that was voted best link about glastonbury on the whole internet and visited by hundreds of thousands of people.

See more of my work on http://www.SoundBringer.com

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Monday, May 21, 2007

VOIP/SKYPE on Nokia N Series

Hey hey!

Bye bye telcos, we don't need you for much longer.
I have now successfully managed to call over wi-fi using a skype client (fring) from my symbian phone (n95) to another phone (n91) with no sim cards in either of the devices, this a great step forward in our fight against horrible companies forcing extortionate contracts upon us (vodafone are you listening?).

See how to do the same thing: Download fring for you phone

The great thing is that this program even works with branded phones which have been tampered with by the operators!

If you would like to get in touch with me for free once you have installed the program: SKYPE MY PHONE! by adding me as a contact: sdbn91


Open Source! Free music making software for mac/pc/linux

Sounds like a Revolution

Ardour is a digital audio workstation. You can use it to record, edit and mix multi-track audio. You can produce your own CDs, mix video soundtracks, or just experiment with new ideas about music and sound.

Ardour capabilities include: multichannel recording, non-destructive editing with unlimited undo/redo, full automation support, a powerful mixer, unlimited tracks/busses/plugins, timecode synchronization, and hardware control from surfaces like the Mackie Control Universal. If you've been looking for a tool similar to ProTools, Nuendo, Pyramix, or Sequoia, you might have found it.

Above all, Ardour strives to meet the needs of professional users. This means implementing all the "hard stuff" that other DAWs ( even some leading commercial apps ) handle incorrectly or not at all. Ardour has a completely flexible "anything to anywhere" routing system, and will allow as many physical I/O ports as your system allows. Ardour supports a wide range of audio-for-video features such as video-synced playback and pullup/pulldown sample rates. You will also find powerful features such as "persistent undo", multi-language support, and destructive track punching modes that aren't available on other platforms.

Download Ardour

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Music and the Nazi party

In fact, A=440 has never been the international standard pitch, and the first international conference to impose A=440, which failed, was organized by Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels in 1939. Throughout the seventeeth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, and in fact into the 1940s, all standard U.S. and European text books on physics, sound, and music took as a given the ``physical pitch'' or ``scientific pitch'' of C=256, including Helmholtz's own texts themselves. Figures 13 and 14 show pages from two standard modern American textbooks, a 1931 standard phonetics text, and the official 1944 physics manual of the U.S. War Department, which begin with the standard definition of musical pitch as C=256.[1]

Regarding composers, all ``early music'' scholars agree that Mozart tuned at precisely at C=256, as his A was in the range of A=427-430. Christopher Hogwood, Roger Norrington, and dozens of other directors of orginal-instrument orchestras' established the practice during the 1980's of recording all Mozart works at precisely A=430, as well as most of Beethoven's symphonies and piano concertos. Hogwood, Norrington, and others have stated in dozens of interviews and record jackets, the pragmatic reason: German instruments of the period 1780-1827, and even replicas of those instruments, can only be tuned at A=430.

The demand by Czar Alexander, at the 1815 Congress of Vienna, for a ``brighter'' sound, began the demand for a higher pitch from all the crowned heads of Europe. While Cclassical musicians resisted, the Romantic school, led by Friedrich Liszt and his son-in law Richard Wagner, championed the higher pitch during the 1830's and 1840's. Wagner even had the bassoon and many other instruments redesigned so as to be able to play only at A=440 and above. By 1850, chaos reigned, with major European theatres at pitches varying from A=420 to A=460, and even higher at Venice.

In the late 1850's, the French government, under the influence of a committee of composers led by bel canto proponent Giacomo Rossini, called for the first standardization of the pitch in modern times. France consequently passed a law in 1859 establishing A at 435, the lowest of the ranges of pitches (from A=434 to A=456) then in common use in France, and the highest possible pitch at which the soprano register shifts may be maintained close to their disposition at C=256. It was this French A to which Verdi later referred, in objecting to higher tunings then prevalent in Italy, under which circumstance ``we call A in Rome, what is B-flat in Paris.''

Following Verdi's 1884 efforts to insitutitionalize A=432 in Italy, a British-dominated conference in Vienna in 1885 ruled that no such pitch could be standardized. The French, the New York Metropolitan Opera, and many theatres in Europe and the U.S., continued to maintain their A at 432-435, until World War II.

The first effort to institutionalize A=440 in fact was a conference organized by Joseph Goebbels in 1939, who had standardized A=440 as the official German pitch. Professor Robert Dussaut of the National Conservatory of Paris told the French press that: ``By September 1938, the Accoustic Committee of Radio Berlin requested the British Standard Association to organize a congress in London to adopt internationally the German Radio tuning of 440 periods. This congress did in fact occur in London, a very short time before the war, in May-June 1939. No French composer was invited. The decision to raise the pitch was thus taken without consulting French musicians, and against their will.'' The Anglo-Nazi agreement, given the outbreak of war, did not last, so that still A=440 did not stick as a standard pitch.

A second congress in London of the International Standardizing Organization met in October 1953, to again attempt to impose A=440 internationally. This conference passed such a resolution; again no Continental musicians who opposed the rise in pitch were invited, and the resolution was widely ignored. Professor Dussaut of the Paris Conservatory wrote that British instrument makers catering to the U.S. jazz trade, which played at A=440 and above, had demanded the higher pitch, ``and it is shocking to me that our orchestra members and singers should thus be dependent upon jazz players.'' A referendum by Professor Dussaut of 23,000 French musicians voted overwhelmingly for A=432.

As recently as 1971, the European Community passed a recommendation calling for the still non-existent international pitch standard. The action was reported in ``The Pitch Game,'' Time magazine, Aug. 9, 1971. The article states that A=440, ``this supposedly international standard, is widely ignored.'' Lower tuning is common, including in Moscow, Time reported, ``where orchestras revel in a plushy, warm tone achieved by a larynx-relaxing A=435 cycles,'' and at a performance in London ``a few years ago,'' British church organs were still tuned a half-tone lower, about A=425, than the visiting Vienna Philharmonic, at A=450.

1. Charles E. Dull, {Physics Course 2: Heat, Sound, and Light: Education Manual 402} (New York: Henry Holt, April 1944).

Thursday, May 10, 2007



A long, long time ago, fractal god Benoit Mandelbrot posed a simple question: How long is the coastline of Britain? His mathematical colleagues were miffed, to say the least, at such an annoying waste of their time on such insignifigant problems. They told him to look it up.

Of course, Madelbrot had a reason for his peculiar question. Quite an interesting reason. Look up the coastline of Britain yourself, in some encyclopedia. Whatever figure you get, it is wrong. Quite simply, the coastline of Briutain is infinite.

You protest that this is impossible. Well, consider this. Consider looking at Britain on a very large-scale map. Draw the simplest two-dimensional shape possible, a triangle, which circumscribes Britain as closely as possible. The perimeter of this shape approximates the perimeter of Britain.

However, this area is of course highly inaccurate. Increasing the amount of vertices of the shape going around the coastline, and the area will become closer. The more vertices there are, the closer the circumscribing line will be able to conform to the dips and the protrusions of Britain's rugged coast.

There is one problem, however. Each time the number of vertices increases, the perimeter increases. It must increase, because of the triangle inequality. Moreover, the number of vertices never reaches a maximum. There is no point at which one can say that a shape defines the coastline of Britain. After all, exactly circumscribing the coast of Britain would entail encircling every rock, every tide pool, every pebble which happens to lie on the edge of Britain.

Thus, the coastline of Britain is infinite.


Tuesday, May 08, 2007

About an Appletree

Extract from The Apple Tree
The Apple tree has close links with the shaman, the wisewoman and the magician. It is used when undergoing magical transformation or otherworld journeys. Celtic/Arthurian myth names one of these otherworlds as Avalon, the Apple Vale, the mythical paradise where hills were clothed with trees bearing flowers and fruit together. The word "Avalon" is derived from the old Iris "Avaloch" meaning "a place of apples". The old Irish name for the Isles of Arran in the Scottish Firth of Clyde was "Eamain Abhlach (Evain Avaloch) which means Holy Hill of the Apple Trees. Eventually, avaloch became the more easily pronounced Avalon. The Isle of Arran was believed by the Celts to be a physical manifestation of an otherworld paradise. From the Welsh poem "Avellenau", the bard Merlin reveals to his lord the existence of his orchard. It was borne from place to place by the enchanter on all his journeys. Other legends tell of Otherworld visitors to our world who appear in the same guise as the shaman, carrying an apple branch with bells on it. The Apple tree also represents Shelter, either in this world or as a place to rest when making otherworld journeys.

Using an apple wood wand would be the appropriate magical tool to use if you wanted to make shamanic journeys to the Otherworld. It is said that the Apple is used as a calling sign to the Otherworld that you wish to enter their realm. The wand will help you physically, mentally and spiritually connect to the Apple tree.The Apple tree has close links with the shaman, the wisewoman and the magician. It is used when undergoing magical transformation or otherworld journeys. Celtic/Arthurian myth names one of these otherworlds as Avalon, the Apple Vale, the mythical paradise where hills were clothed with trees bearing flowers and fruit together. The word "Avalon" is derived from the old Iris "Avaloch" meaning "a place of apples". The old Irish name for the Isles of Arran in the Scottish Firth of Clyde was "Eamain Abhlach (Evain Avaloch) which means Holy Hill of the Apple Trees. Eventually, avaloch became the more easily pronounced Avalon. The Isle of Arran was believed by the Celts to be a physical manifestation of an otherworld paradise. From the Welsh poem "Avellenau", the bard Merlin reveals to his lord the existence of his orchard. It was borne from place to place by the enchanter on all his journeys. Other legends tell of Otherworld visitors to our world who appear in the same guise as the shaman, carrying an apple branch with bells on it. The Apple tree also represents Shelter, either in this world or as a place to rest when making otherworld journeys.

Using an apple wood wand would be the appropriate magical tool to use if you wanted to make shamanic journeys to the Otherworld. It is said that the Apple is used as a calling sign to the Otherworld that you wish to enter their realm. The wand will help you physically, mentally and spiritually connect to the Apple tree.
And so, there is so much more to the humble Apple tree than first meets the eye. It has a power beyond its stature, and enhances abilities beyond the everyday, despite it being an "everyday" fruit in our society. Nowadays we buy our apples from a shop, and have lost contact with the tree and the process of enjoying the sight of trees in full bloom, of sitting in an orchard on a quiet summer's evening, and picking basketfuls of perfect, crisp fruit in the Autumn. Opening your heart to the spirit of the Apple tree is the first step in making this journey to gain the hidden knowledge it holds for you.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

"Steal this Film"

Download and watch "Steal this Film", a documentary about the file-sharing movement and the Hollywood repression. (you may need a bit torrent client to download or "steal" the film!)

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Are u really dumb?

My god this company has no quiver about fleecing poor dumb american citizens, check this out they offre all the solutions to the specific problems that apple and other companies create in the first place, they surely must be working together to make more cash, don't you think?
check this super evil ZELEK.You and ROKU can kiss you kazahk posteriors I'm not buying into your lies.

A nice knob..

Did I just dream what this is all about.Talking about a cult of the knob (think about all the oblelisks such as the ones in washington, paris, london, yes see the shape of the canary wharf building, israel and strangely alnwick in northumberland, could they be antennas or speakers, yes lookup pyramid speaker design as it creates a perfect point source, could that be used to control the vibrations? and is that why those things were stolen from Egypt?..)

Vodafone makes life hard to users to earn more money!


see this video

Monday, January 22, 2007

Isohunt are back online!! Community wins..

Following the recent heroic return from their swedish brothers at http://www.piratebay.org, the bittorent filesharing isohunt team managed to restore service after an attack from the music and film evil coalition. This is what they say today after coming back online thanks to user donations and support:

* With this upgrade, we now have multi-homed connectivity. It means once we get everything running smoothly, we can guarantee close to 100% uptime.
* We accepted about $6700 (NET after Paypal fees) in donations since we went down on Jan. 16. That's over $1300 averaged, with about $2000 for the last day alone. Indeed, people like you is the power of the internet, and I'll remember to call for help more in the future.

Community feeling!

Friday, November 03, 2006

Dan Winter's research..

Click to see a 3D model
DNA, the Golden ration, sacred geometry and the origins of Alphabets..
Read more here

The ideal world of open-source software

An interesting essai on commercial/open source software.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Ralph Metzner on the decline of our civilization

Click on Ralph to read his great arguments..

Friday, July 07, 2006

WIgle WIgle, WiFi for all.. FON for all too..

From HackAday.com, how to locate Wireless access points from Google Earth
Click on the picture below to see the article.

WiGLE is a massive user contributed database of WiFi access points and GPS coordinates. IronGeek decided to take that data and parse it into a KML file that Google Earth can understand. It uses cached data from WiGLE’s Java interface, JiGLE. One reader has been playing around with the script so that it will indicate the quality of service in addition to IronGeek’s showing whether or not WEP is being used.

Also check out Martin Varsavsky new venture, FON a kind of socialist way to spread internet access for everyone, he'll go far that man.. click below:
FON WiFi Sharing

Sunday, June 25, 2006


The American congress is pushing a law that would abandon the Internet's First Amendment -- a principle called Network Neutrality that prevents companies like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast from deciding which Web sites work best for you -- based on what site pays them the most. If the public doesn't speak up now, our elected officials will cave to a multi-million dollar lobbying campaign.

Full Size | Videos about this..

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

ASCII, Cymatics and the physics of sacred sound..

Is there a connection between sound, vibrations and physical reality? Do sound and vibrations have the potential to create? In this article we will see what various researchers in this field, which has been given the name of Cymatics, have concluded.
Nada Brahma, the world is Sound!

I alo found this page which seems to confirms a lot of the links between cymatics, philosophy, religion and political change. As if the way music and language scientifically and magically affect our surroundings and shape our world and who we are,
Extract from what follows:
: "Plato observed that changes in government are
brought about by changes in music. In "Timaeus" he said that
"the sight of night and day, of months and the revolving
years, of equinox and sunset, have caused the invention
of number...whence we have derived all philosophy".
Dr. Ernest McClain, the Pythagorean musicologist, believes
that 5040 is the top note of the musical scale that Plato
conceals in the structure of "Laws"

Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Balance, Harmony and the sound of the universe..

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Does the Hulme Arch control the weather? I think so..

Click on the picture to see a similar arch used to control weather patterns in America.
This is proof!.
Funny, I just found an article from my friend Aidan O'Rourque from 1997 which says: "Hulme Arch inaugurated this week..and later..The weather has been exceptionally changeable this week, and on Wednesday morning snow fell as people were making their way to work." but then again this is Manchester anyway..
Article here.

Sunday, May 07, 2006

The Sleeper must awaken - We must become one fire..

Glastonbury stone circle by night 2004
SIMPLICITY SOUND SYSTEM SAID "QUAND VA TU TE REVEILLER?" (When are you gonna wake up?) Global counsciouness must rise and the children must become one and resonate or like bob marley said: "Emancipate yourself from mental slavery"
Listen to DJ Shadow "The Devil's Advocate" you will get it too..

See the spin at Glastonbury

Feel the spin

See why? and
tune into the energy..
How to make it happen..

Friday, May 05, 2006

Great Balls of Fire

A very interesting and uncommon phenomenon called "feu-follet" in French or Fireball lightning recreated at last. It is originally thought that Elijah (like Thor) could produce these things at will. Check those latter-day Israelis who recreated the phenomenon in their lab. See Article or better make your own!!


Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Video Blogging

You can start your own interactive video blog using this great tool Rhizome, it lets the user load two clips and play and allows interactive movies to be created.
To compress the videos see this link.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Mac's best kept secret A/V.. free software HYPER ENGINE

A non-linear video editing software that lets you capture, import, edit, arrange together and process video, photos, audio and text to create DV quality movies and slide shows.
It combines an extensive set of features with a streamlined user-interface. It gives you an unprecedented ease of use while retaining the power of real time compositing and real time video and audio effects.
Click on the link below and download this FREE gem..

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Leave the WEED alone (let me explain..)

Big record companies recently came to realise they would disappear because they were parasites to start with. So they started to find ways to make people go through them to get music, especially young influencable kids that would love to spend their parents hard earnt cash. Normally they bought sweets or drugs with the money so they decided to launch http://www.weedshare.com/ cleverly using the WEED reference to make them come to them to get to the music.
This is such a disgrace and really bugs me especially coming from responsible adults.
So check this site out to see for yourself and please warn your little friends and tell them to avoid that useless format of music delivery like the plague.
Spread the word and the LOve X B.

Monday, April 04, 2005

Nokia 6230 + 1 Gb MMC card = mini iPod

I just got my 6230 a 1Gb carb, a truly great mp3 player phone..
You just need to format the MMC on a PC in Dos using command line and format the drive (i:/) and format using FAT.

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

A psychedelic experience without the LSD?

Bob Monroe, author of many books on Out of Body experiences, has long and close ties with the C.I.A. James Monroe, Bob's father was involved with the Human Ecology Society, a C.I.A. front organization of the late 50's and 60's. The Monroe Institute has done research on accelerated learning and foreign language learning through the use of altered states of consciousness for the C.I.A. and other government organizations.
His research and the Hemi-Sync (Monroe Institute Products) allow you to leave your body and talk to Aliens? anyway it's certainly powerful enough for companies like "PSI-TECH" to exist, they have received several government contracts. For example, during the Gulf War crisis the Department for Defense asked it to use remote viewing to locate Saddam's Scud missiles sites. Last year (1992) the FBI sought PSI-TECH's assistance to locate a kidnapped Exxon executive.

Try it for yourself, look for those sounds on bittorrent and get a good pair of headphones and relax..

Great Article on Sound Technology and Mind Control and the Military

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Centrino no no no...

Hey you kids out there, if you're thinkink wireless please don't get a centrino.

Basically what they want you to believe is that it works better than anything else (oh yeah, and thanks apple for inventing the Airport and making it work for us like five years ago..).
But in reality Centrino just means you are opening your computer to Big Brother (no drug induced paranoia being involved here, I can reassure you).
Due to the fact that you will be forever online (if you are near a hotspot), the special centrino chip which is soldered to the wireless card (so you can't remove it, ever!) chip will allow BB or Bill Gtes to directly intrude your computer and remove anything they deem suspicious, this could be your secret love emails to Osama Bin Laden, your not so legal mp3s and of course your illegally downloaded software.

Great news if you want to support the music industry and let them keep the music they release so damn boring whilst making huge profits and giving back an absolutely ridiculous amount to the bulk of their artists..

For the software issue well I guess you should support the poeple that create and sell their Intellectual property at decent prices because they are disappearing fast..

So remenber kids, it's a big CENTRINO..NO..NO..NO...

Nokia 6630 Tip

If you have a nokia 6630 music phone, first you a lucky man, but not on Vodafone UK as they strongly restrict their devices. For example they don't let you use MP3 as ringtones unless you downloaded them from their expensive service.

Just rename the mp3 you want to use as a ringtone on your computer to have the extension.g2c instead of .mp3, et voila you're really a happy (but a bit sad at the same time) man now..

Monday, March 07, 2005

Let's get loose..

Ok, this is the 3rd blog I've started today, it's 7am, I haven't slept and it's getting really light outside...

Sounds familiar? Maybe I'm bloggin' mad but you tekies will know that a man's gotta get time with his toys, so let's get loose and I hope this info will be useful to you..