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Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Rich Wakley - Level Up (Original Mix) [Kenja Records]

you knew, i had to give you, one more, right?, and now it's time for me to, "level up ", and go to the place, where the dreams are made, up and out, second star to the right, and straight on, 'till morning, and with that, I AM out as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio
end transmission :) peace

Clouded Judgement - Rock The House (Original Mix) [In The Loop]

well peep's, I've crammed what seems like, an impossible amount, into my bag, and i'm ready to, "rock the house", but seeing as i've got to make, the London loony dash, (5am), and negotiate the fuckery of, t.f.l, and do around 250 miles, and do what needs be done, and secure myself, some temporary lodgings, i'm going on my own, solo journey, earlier than planned, so i hope you, enjoyed all the track's, as much as me as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Ende - Hexagon (Original mix)

you know, there are quite a few, geometric shapes and patterns, that can be found throughout nature, like the honeycomb, "Hexagon", (a plane figure with six straight sides and angles), just how do bees do it? The honeycombs in which they store their amber nectar are marvels of precision engineering, an array of prism-shaped cells with a perfectly hexagonal cross-section. The wax walls are made with a very precise thickness, the cells are gently tilted from the horizontal to prevent the viscous honey from running out, and the entire comb is aligned with the Earth’s magnetic field. Yet this structure is made without any blueprint or foresight, by many bees working simultaneously and somehow coordinating their efforts to avoid mismatched cells, Why hexagons, though? It’s a simple matter of geometry. If you want to pack together cells that are identical in shape and size so that they fill all of a flat plane, only three regular shapes (with all sides and angles identical) will work: equilateral triangles, squares, and hexagons. Of these, hexagonal cells require the least total length of wall, compared with triangles or squares of the same area. So it makes sense that bees would choose hexagons, since making wax costs them energy, and they will want to use up as little as possible—just as builders might want to save on the cost of bricks. This was understood in the 18th century, and Darwin declared that the hexagonal honeycomb is absolutely perfect in economising labour and wax. Darwin thought that natural selection had endowed bees with instincts for making these wax chambers, which had the advantage of requiring less energy and time than those with other shapes. But even though bees do seem to possess specialised abilities to measure angles and wall thickness, not everyone agrees about how much they have to rely on them. That’s because making hexagonal arrays of cells is something that nature does anyway. if you blow a layer of bubbles on the surface of water—a so-called “bubble raft”—the bubbles become hexagonal, or almost so. You’ll never find a raft of square bubbles: If four bubble walls come together, they instantly rearrange into three-wall junctions with more or less equal angles of 120 degrees between them, like the centre of the Mercedes-Benz symbol. Evidently there are no agents shaping these rafts as bees do with their combs. All that’s guiding the pattern are the laws of physics. Those laws evidently have definite preferences, such as the bias toward three-way junctions of bubble walls. The same is true of more complicated foams. If you pile up bubbles in three dimensions by blowing through a straw into a bowl of soapy water you’ll see that when bubble walls meet at a vertex, it’s always a four-way union with angles between the intersecting films roughly equal to about 109 degrees—an angle related to the four-faceted geometric tetrahedron. What determines these rules of soap-film junctions and bubble shapes? Nature is even more concerned about economy than the bees are. Bubbles and soap films are made of water (with a skin of soap molecules) and surface tension pulls at the liquid surface to give it as small an area as possible. That’s why raindrops are spherical (more or less) as they fall: A sphere has less surface area than any other shape with the same volume. On a waxy leaf, droplets of water retract into little beads for the same reason, This surface tension explains the patterns of bubble rafts and foams. The foam will seek to find the structure that has the lowest total surface tension, which means the least area of soap-film wall. But the configuration of bubble walls also has to be mechanically stable: The tugs in different directions at a junction have to balance perfectly, just as the forces must be balanced in the walls of a cathedral if the building is going to stand up. The three-way junction in a bubble raft, and the four-way junctions in foam, are the configurations that achieve this balance. But those who think (as some do) that the honeycomb is just a solidified bubble raft of soft wax might have trouble explaining how the same hexagonal array of cells is found in the nests of paper wasps, who build not with wax but with chewed-up wads of fibrous wood and plant stem, from which they make a kind of paper. Not only can surface tension have little effect here, but it also seems clear that different types of wasp have different inherited instincts for their architectural designs, which can vary significantly from one species to another.Although the geometry of soap-film junctions is dictated by this interplay of mechanical forces, it doesn’t tell us what the shape of the foam will be. A typical foam contains polyhedral cells of many different shapes and sizes. Look closely and you’ll see that their edges are rarely perfectly straight; they’re a little curved. That’s because the pressure of the gas inside a cell or bubble gets bigger as the bubble gets smaller, so the wall of a small bubble next to a larger one will bulge outward slightly. What’s more, some facets have five sides, some six, and some just four or even three. With a little bending of the walls, all of these shapes can acquire four-way junctions close to the “tetrahedral” arrangement needed for mechanical stability. So there’s a fair bit of flexibility (literally) in the shapes of the cells. Foams, while subject to geometrical rules, are rather disorderly. Suppose that you could make a “perfect” foam in which all the bubbles are the same size. What then is the ideal cell shape that makes the total bubble wall area as small as possible while satisfying the demands for the angles at the junctions? That has been debated for many years, and for a long time it was thought that the ideal cell shape was a 14-sided polyhedron with square and hexagonal faces. But in 1993 a slightly more economical—although less orderly—structure was discovered, consisting of a repeating group of eight different cell shapes. This more complex pattern was used as the inspiration for the foam-like design of the swimming stadium of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. The rules of cell shapes in foams also control some of the patterns seen in living cells. Not only does a fly’s compound eye show the same hexagonal packing of facets as a bubble raft, but the light-sensitive cells within each of the individual lenses are also clustered in groups of four that look just like soap bubbles. In mutant flies with more than four of these cells per cluster, the arrangements are also more or less identical to those bubbles that would adopt or be the cause of surface tension, a soap film stretching across a loop of wire is pulled flat like the springy membrane of a trampoline. If the wire frame is bent, the film also bends with an elegant contour that automatically tells you the most economical way, in terms of material, to cover over the space enclosed by the frame. That can show an architect how to make a roof for a complicated structure using the least amount of material. However, it’s as much because of the beauty and elegance of these so-called minimal surfaces, as because of their economy that architects such as Frei Otto have used them in their buildings. These surfaces minimise not only their surface area, but also their total curvature. The tighter the bend, the greater the curvature. Curvature can be positive (bulges) or negative (dips, depressions, and saddles). A curved surface can therefore have zero mean curvature so long as the positives and negatives cancel each other out. So a sheet can be full of curvature and yet have very little or even no mean curvature. Such a minimally curved surface can divide up space into an orderly labyrinth of passageways and channels, a network. These are called periodic minimal surfaces. (Periodic just means a structure that repeats identically again and again, or in other words, a regular pattern.) When such patterns were discovered in the 19th century, they seemed to be just a mathematical curiosity. But now we know that nature makes use of them. The cells of many different types of organisms, from plants to lampreys to rats, contain membranes with microscopic structures like this. No one knows what they are for, but they are so widespread that it’s fair to assume they have some sort of useful role. Perhaps they isolate one biochemical process from another, avoiding cross talk and interference. Or maybe they are just an efficient way of creating lots of work surface, since many biochemical processes take place at the surface of membranes, where enzymes and other active molecules may be embedded. Whatever its function, you don’t need complicated genetic instructions to create such a labyrinth: The laws of physics will do it for you. Some butterflies, such as the European green hairstreak and the emerald-patched cattleheart, have wing scales containing an orderly labyrinth of the tough material called chitin, shaped like a particular periodic minimal surface called the gyroid. Interference between light waves bouncing regular arrays of ridges and other structures on the wing-scale surface causes some wavelengths—that is, some colours—to disappear while others reinforce each other. So here the patterns offer a means of producing animal colour. the skeleton of the sea urchin Cidaris rugosa is a porous mesh with the shape of another kind of periodic minimal surface. It’s actually an exoskeleton, sitting outside the organism’s soft tissue, a protective shell that sprouts dangerous-looking spines made from the same mineral as chalk and marble. The open lattice structure means that the material is strong without being too heavy, rather like the metal foams used for building aircraft. To make orderly networks from hard, stiff mineral, these organisms apparently make a mold from soft, flexible membranes and then crystallise the hard material inside one of the interpenetrating networks. Other creatures may cast orderly mineral foams this way for more sophisticated purposes. Because of the way that light bounces off the elements of the patterned structure, such trellises can act rather like mirrors to confine and guide light. A honeycomb arrangement of hollow microscopic channels within the chitin spines of a peculiar marine worm known as the sea mouse turns these hair-like structures into natural optical fibres that can channel light, making the creature change from red to bluish green depending on the direction of the illumination. This colour change might serve to deter predators. This principle of using soft tissues and membranes as moulds for forming patterned mineral exoskeletons is widely used in the sea. Some sponges have exoskeletons made of bars of mineral linked like climbing frames, which look remarkably similar to the patterns formed by the edges and junctions of soap films in foam—no coincidence, if surface tension dictates the architecture. Such processes, known as biomineralisation, generate spectacular results in marine organisms called radiolarians and diatoms. Some of these have delicately patterned exoskeletons made from a mesh of mineral hexagons and pentagons: You might call them the honeycombs of the sea. When the German biologist (and talented artist) Ernst Haeckel first saw their shapes in a microscope in the late 19th century, he made them the star attraction of a portfolio of drawings called Art Forms in Nature, which were very influential among artists of the early 20th century and still inspire admiration today. To Haeckel, they seemed to offer evidence of a fundamental creativity and artistry in the natural world—a preference for order and pattern built into the very laws of nature. Even if we don’t subscribe to that notion now, there’s something in Haeckel’s conviction that patterns are an irrepressible impulse, of the natural world, one that we have every right to find beautiful and wondrous as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Francesco Dinoia & Anton Jay - Time To Jump (Original Mix) [Defined Music]

well peep's, it's just about."time to jump", to jump to the beat, so get on down, and move your feet as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Paride Saraceni - One Last Chance (Original Mix) [Suara]

you know peep's, you should really take a look around you, and be thankful and embrace each other for it is all we have, i don't think the non-peep's, get it, that all the peep's you know, all the famz and friends, that you ever have met, and talked to, and shared moments, all the faces you ever saw, or could hope to see, every quiet intimate, tiny little joy experienced, and every great moment, of pure happiness and laughter, it could all be gone in the blink of an eye, it's happened before, and will again if their plan, is aloud to succeed, there won't be any great harrumphs, or cries of, how can they, or how could they, allow this to happen?, when all around them, they are turning blind eyes, to injustice and the suffering of others, they make me, feel pity for them, so there is still, "one last chance", to make it right, to step away, from the edge of insanity, instead of encouraging each other, to bungee jump off the edge to certain doom, theres not much time left, the vanguard is already here as, standardz, hahahahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Donny Carr - Unbelievable (Original Mix)

you know what is really, "Unbelievable ", I've finally caught up, with the video's and new drop's, (practically), and tomorrow, i have to begin the journey, north again. oh joy!, (not), but with a bit of luck, i should be all settled in, by mid afternoon, i hope as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Montel - Revolution (Original Mix) [Misfit Music]

ammmmmmmmmm back mo fo's, for part 2, of our epic journey, into the unknown realms, of rhythm and bass, and you know it's time to say, vive la, "revolution", as we begin the ascent, once again, into the higher plane as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Aratzh - Diurno (Original Mix) [Red Drum Music]

well peep's, our little, "Diurno", (daytime), groove is at the intermission, but don't worry, we'll be right back as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Frankyeffe, Loco & Jam - Oscillator (Original Mix) [Yoshitoshi Recordings]

well peep's, my energy readout, from the primary munch, "oscillator", (a device for generating, oscillating electric currents or voltages, by non-mechanical means), is almost out of current, so i will shortly be off, to renew my supply, nom, nom, nom as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Paride Saraceni - Choices (Original Mix)

you know, the problem is there are so many, "choices", to be made, and not all of them, are as they seem, sometimes you can make a choice, but what you get, is not as advertised as, standardz, hahahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Matan Caspi - Shiny Coral Reefs (Alex Vidal Remix)

time for a little dip, down in the, "shiny coral reefs", of the mind as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Dave Seaman - Voodoo Disarray (Original Mix)

you know, they use energies frequencies against us, to alter our perceptions, and the ways in which we respond, like some sort of, "Voodoo Disarray", and they have most of the world covered, in their means of deployment, you see most people, walk around with their blinders on, staring at their digital devices, too busy to notice whats happening, right in front of their faces, i see them all the time, did you know, in suburban areas, cell towers are commonly spaced 1–2 miles, 2–3 km apart, and in dense urban areas, masts may be as close as ¼-½ mile, 400–800 m, apart, which is very strange, as a typical cellphone tower, has enough power to reach a cell phone, up to 45 miles away. Depending on the technology of the cellphone network, the maximum distance, may be as low as 22 miles, because the signal otherwise takes too long, for the highly accurate timing, of the cellphone protocol to work reliably, and yet, there are millions of them, some are in great banks of them, and it only takes one transmitter, to cover a minimum of 22 miles square, or The maximum range of a mast, where it is not limited by interference with other masts nearby, such as GSM, normally have a fixed maximum range of 35 kilometres (22 mi), which is imposed by technical limitations. CDMA and IDEN have no built-in limit, but the limiting factor is the ability of a low-powered personal cell phone, to transmit back to the mast. As a rough guide, based on a tall mast and flat terrain, it is possible to get between 50 and 70 km (30–45 miles). When the terrain is hilly, the maximum distance can vary from as little as 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) due to encroachment of intermediate objects, into the wide centre fresnel zone of the signal, Depending on terrain and other circumstances, a GSM Tower can replace between 2 and 50 miles (80 km) of cabling, for fixed wireless networks, and that covers all the networks, so why are there hundreds, in any one mile square, i'll tell you, because they have weaponized the network, you can tell which ones are actually used, for this means, by looking at the gauge, (thickness of the cables which are are called jumpers. They create an environment for the radio waves, to travel up to the amplifier, at the top. Alpha, Beta, and Gamma. The jumpers are made of a copper line, and should only be about 3 cm thick, surrounding by foam, and then a rubber outside, not like the really thick ones, capable of transmitting 3 megawatts), of the power lines leading up, to the box, to transmit the power, the one's that have really thick cables are the weapons, and i'll explain why, a communications satellite uses 2,400 watts of power (about the same as used by 2 hair dryers). A microwave oven uses 1,000 watts (1 kilowatt) of energy. The satellite gets the energy from solar panels, and the microwave gets it from your electric utility (the electrical power grid). A microwave oven’s internal magnetron, which is virtually the same as that of a radar- or cellphone tower, transforms that electrical energy into microwaves, a typical cellphone tower, is a giant microwave oven on a stick, capable of releasing 3,000,000 watts (3 megawatts) of output power, to the tower’s magnetron – or even more megawatts, if there is an amplifier at the top. To put this into perspective, one (1) watt from your cellphone can go 25 miles to the nearest cellphone tower, to relay your call’s signal to the person on the other end of the line. The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) limits the amount of energy that a cellphone tower can release to 400 watts. These megawatts of extra power are NOT for data transfer – nothing close to that amount of energy, is required for data transfer, which is an important point, because this suggests, that cellphone towers, are easily capable of being switched to Weaponized Mode. cellphone towers, are wired with the capability, to release millions of watts of microwave radiation, making them veritable of towers of death, the perfect weapons against any, so called invasion, or the mega-slaughter and genocide, of the domestic population. they will even probably try to sell the idea to you, as it being good for you, like a Last Line of Defence weapon, or a Anti-Foreign Invasion weapon,or even a Anti-Zombie Apocalypse Network, but in short it is ready at a moments notice, to to cook the entire population, of the so called civilised world, within an hour, day or night and we should be removing them asap as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Uriah Persie - Help (Original Mix) [1994 Music]

maybe i could, send out a s.o.s, and ask for, "help", by finding a naturally occurring energy vortex, (mini black hole), and send a mono filament nano particle strand through, with a note etched into a photon, or maybe i could just shout really loud through it, a conscious minded sentient being, will answer a call to help, or just see what it means, out of curiosity as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Tiger Stripes - Body Trip (Original Mix)

maybe i'll have to take a, "body trip", outside the confines, of this artificially constructed reality, within this fleshy skinvelope, or maybe it cannot pass beyond the great barrier, in this form, maybe it has to be a pure energy form, but how would i, then reassemble the constituent matter, and the sum of my parts, in the right order as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Stan Kolev & Matan Caspi - Enigma (Original Mix)

you know, the very meaning of life, has been a bit of a, "Enigma ", (a person or thing, that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult to understand), its a very old chestnut, it's been very hard to crack, but i believe i'm most of the way, to a full answer, i know that we and everything you see, is a means of generating inter-dimensional energy, via a self sustaining feed back loop, this much i know, but to do what with?, i'm not 100% there yet!, and how do i access, the whole of it, if indeed it can be?, and how can it be used, for the greater good?, now thats the real question as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

David Herrero - Better Days (Zlatnichi Remix)

you know, i dream of, "better days", and better ways, for us all as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, ;) #edio

Stan Kolev & Matan Caspi - Eternity (Original Mix)

we all have access, to the realm of, "Eternity ", (an infinite or unending time), full of infinite knowledge, if you can picture it deep, within your mind, you can take it, and know it as, standardz, hahahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Hott Like Detroit - Ranaura (Original Mix) [ON IT Recordings]

and he's off, on the summit dash, like the mad boxing, "Ranaura", (runner), don't get mad at my rhymes, if it hit's, like a stunner as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Rafa Moros - This Is My Funky (Original Mix)

you know, i don't make the titles, it's just , "this is my funky", so have a pop, at the organ grinder, i'm just the monkey as, standardz, hahahahahaha :) #edio

Mason Maynard - Ejaculate (Original Mix) [Sola]

sometimes i sit and muse, upon random thoughts, like i wonder if a wizard, is mean to shout the Expelliarmus charm as they, "ejaculate", (say something quickly and suddenly), the fire and the magic spells, from their wands as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Hassio (COL), Andres Blows - The Machine (Original Mix)

you know, i dont stop just like, "the machine", i told you, i'll be back as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Andrew Mina - Loving (Marco C. Remix)

you know, that i'm, "loving", you it's easy, cos your beautiful as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Tim Sheridan v Jon Carter feat Ferank Manseed - Freakshow

ladies and gentle germs, step right up, see my, "freakshow", starring me, the man that never sleeps, (except when i'm asleep{not often enough}), come one, come all, see the fun of the fair Dave as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Jon Carter - Go Down (A Side)

ammmmmmmmmm back, mo fo's, with a little pre-flight entertainment, so if you would like, to make your way, to the v.i.p lounge, and i can, "go down", to the control room, and press that, big red launch button as, standardz, hahahahahaha, ;) #edio

Noir feat. Richard Judge - Keep Up (Club Mix)

you knew, i had to give you, one more, right?, after all, i have to, "keep up", the the already established parameters, or it just wouldn't feel right, and now, it's time for me to go, up and out, to the place where the dreams are made, second star to the right, and straight on, 'till morning, and with that, I AM out as , standardz, hahahahahahahahahahaha, :) #edio
end transmission  :) #peace