Saturday, December 8, 2007

MutantSounds Message to enviromental and earth protection

Friends of the blog
This is Mutant Sounds blog contribution to enviromental and earth protection.The need of new energy resources is urgent:climate changes,earth is burning,temperature rises,people die...no more music to be done.We have to stop this.The blog's suggestion to new energy recouces is energy from music!Since music is finally nothing else than mathematics,we can possibly transform the energy of "music" itself to useful types of energy.This is possibly a challenge ,for open minded scientists , to research.Imagine cars moving with music,planes flying with music ,cooking with music....THIS IS A DREAMWORLD!
Anyway...just giving my litle contribution(possibly mutant one) to enviromental matters....
PS:collage shown above made by Jim Mutantsounds under the influence of so many things heard today about our "dying" planet.

9 comments:

TymexPyres said...

First off, I love this blogg. It has systematically let me hear ,almost, every single minimal wave/electro band I have ever wanted to hear. Second, Iam a first year Geology student, but Iam going for my masters. We have had the technology to get off our hydrocarbon kick for many years. I did a research paper on renewables' and it's rediculous the way we present information in the U.S. We act like we are maybe thinkin' about hydrogen cells or something. Man, let's for starters look at just a percentage of Nikola Tesla's work. That was like almost a hudred years ago! I have seen the plans for an electro-magnetic motor that damn near runs itself. There is even something called a Joe cell going on in Aussieland.So we know how, but it doesnt make the lucre.And the idea about the music running stuff is interesting.Maybe someday, if we are not all dead, we can make energy from music. Third, sorry such a long post, I would like to make some humble request. I would like to hear maybe some Sudeten Creche, Los inciados, Oppenheimer analysis, an actual album, instead of demos of 'A Blaze colour' or anything else that may fit into that scene. Love that stuff. Or the fast set,the missing Das Kabinette work, or whatever. Thank you for this blog. It has given me a reason to turn on music again. Ciao!!!

Bob Hopeless said...

I second the above, this blog has allowed me access to worlds of music, some of which I scarcely imagined existed. Bravo! Unlike the writer above, I have nothing to contribute in terms of ideas re the environment...except that I am encouraged that there seems to be a new acknowledgment (from almost everybody but the U.S. government in it's current Bush-tainted state) that we are all in this together and this is serious business.

Thanks again for everything.

jAy @ jApAn said...

my friend...what are you smoking?

Jeff said...

First off, global warming is quite likely a hoax. Even MIT scientists have been saying this for years. Global warming is a way for politicians to scare people into giving money (or create new taxes) for something which isn't a dire or urgent issue.

Look at the global warming summits in the United States. Half the time it SNOWS on the day of these "global warming" summits. What a joke.

Graham said...

Jeff, wake up mate. The Ice caps are melting, you can see it from space. This is not a hoax. Scientists have been aware of global warming since the mid sixties, politicians and big business have ignored it until now, when hey! they've found ways to market it and sell it to us. It's probably too late. Let the music play....

Ellaguru said...

mutant-sounds maximum respect!
viva la libertà!
ciao

Psyence Guy said...

Finally people are starting to wake up on this issue. I like the Native American view of the environment in that it's something we're a part of and whose resources we must use in a sustainable manner; rather than as a frontier to plunder for the sake of a short term profit. Case in point the Great Plains Buffalo. Just my 5 cents worth.

Y.E. Vulva said...

a small easily performed experiment for the death hungry religious freaks...

1. piss and shit in a box every day for the next month and keep it in your bedroom. Do you notice any ill side-effects of this?

2. Change your name to George W. Bush; Monsanto; General Motors or Osama Bin Laden. Go stand in the middle of the Sahara Desert. Scream your new name at top of your lungs. Does anyone notice?

3. Every time you take something from the earth which benefits you, give something back which benefits the earth. Do you find yourself inexplicably sexually attractive to others?

4. Eat less meat and exercise more. Holy fuck! I'm like this weird lifeform that's like, weirdly aware of planetary change and shit... wow! the universe is so fucking amazing beyond anything I've ever seen in a multiplex (or freak-out arthouse video pirate) or ever imagined... why would I ever want to fuck this place up when I'm aware of the fact that space (as far as we know) is way way bigtime huge and we can't breathe out there without masks and jip and so, just like my formica clad leopard skin bedroom experiment... shitting and pissing and not cleaning up just makes for one big horrible stink of a mess...

5. I hate the planet I live on

6. wake up. wake up. wake up... for starters: try waving your hands in front of your face when you are dreaming... beware though, nice things lurk in these monstorous shallows...

7. 7. 7.

personally, I love this planet... that said, it's the only one I've ever known but I'm learning every day

PS> Jeff, I am your mother!

Anonymous said...

You're a genius. Al Gore loves you.