Guide has the best music.
This is insane. A dancer generates music for himself to dance to through his body movements as measured by the Kinect controller. Can’t wait for the next decade or two of performance art, shit is going to get wild.
AH! I really hope this is another one of those lies foisted upon the American people by the gov’t, because I don’t know if I can ever go in the ocean again if that’s real.
Image description: This picture of a deep-sea chimaera was captured as part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Explorer program. Chimaera’s are most closely related to sharks, although their evolutionary lineage branched off from sharks nearly 400 million years ago, and they have remained an isolated group ever since.
Like sharks, chimaeras have no real bones. The lateral lines running across this chimaera are mechano-receptors that detect pressure waves (just like ears). The dotted-looking lines on the front of the face, near the mouth, are ampullae de lorenzini, and they detect electrical signals generated by living organisms.
Photo by the NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program
India, 1956, shot by Norman Parkinson
Saturn Radio Waves
In this audio clip, Saturn’s radio waves sound like music playing in a haunted house.
Sound clip from NASA