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Biological Audio: Tokyo Musician Masaki Batoh Makes Music From His Brain Waves

Tokyo musician Masaki Batoh, former frontman of 1980′s Japanese experimental rock band Ghost, is promoting a new device called the BPM Machine that transforms brain waves into music. The headpiece has a sensor that monitors a person’s EEG [electroencephalography] more commonly known as brainwaves.

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Could Tokyo Be Evacuated? Fukushima 6 Months After

Is there a crisis in Japan that’s being ignored? Experts are saying that the radiation levels from the Fukushima nuclear disasters are exceeding that of the 1986 Chernobyl incident which is widely known to have caused massive destructive effecs to human health including widespread cancer deaths, genetic mutations, birth defects and irreversible damage to the environment.

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Weather Warfare: Are We Weaponizing Weather?

It has been proven that ELF [extremely low frequency] or subfrequency radio waves can be manipulated to vibrate the earth’s ionosphere. Translation: these low frequency signals can be broadcast into the atmosphere to trigger changes in weather patterns.

In the U.S., HAARP [The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program] has set up shop in Alaska.
At one of the facilities, 180, 72-foot tall antennas are aiming 3.6 million watts of intense energy into the ionosphere. There are at least 5 research stations like this set up around the globe including two in Alaska, one in Puerto Rico, one in Norway and one in Russia. These transmitters could potentially alter the weather anywhere in the world.

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What Does An Earthquake Sound Like? Take a Listen

NYC’s own Micah Frank started his Tectonic Sonification Project in 2009. It’s a sound synthesis program he created that takes real time earthquake data from the USGS [U.S. Geological Survey] and interprets it into sound.

Seismic activity or earthquakes are constantly taking place all over the earth, we just don’t actually feel them most of the time because the depth and/or intensity of the quake may not be significant for us to feel at ground level.

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Tragic Destruction: Photos of Earthquake in Japan + How You Can Help

Devastating images are quickly surfacing of the situation in Japan following the 8.9 earthquake that struck the north east coast March 11, 2011. The epicenter has been estimated to have been 230 miles north east of Tokyo.

Tsunami waves as high as 10 meters [33 Ft.] hit Japan causing a second wave of destruction to the coastlines quickly following the earthquake. Alerts have been issued for Russia, the pacific rim, Hawaii and west coast of North America.

The images look like scenes out of a hollywood film but sadly, this is all very real and a reminder that we’re all vulnerable to natural disasters on this planet no matter your location or status. Let’s send these people positive thoughts and help out however we can.

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