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These Vibes are Too Cosmic

Jun 22, 2022 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

With DJ AskTheQuestion

Sink into the Forest

These Vibes are Too Cosmic
10:00 AM
Muslimgauze - Caste the First Stone
Muslimgauze Caste the First Stone Muslimgauze
Salaam Alekum, Bastard Soleilmoon Recordings 1995
10:07 AM
Set Break: Show Intro
10:09 AM
Scott Byrne & I Buried Paul - New World Tyranny
Scott Byrne & I Buried Paul New World Tyranny
The Thorazine Stretch Factor V/A Well-Primed Records 1991
New Brunswick, NJ
10:13 AM
Throwing Muses - Devil's Roof
Throwing Muses Devil's Roof Throwing Muses
Hunkpapa Woah Dad! 1989
10:17 AM
Basil Gabbidon - Get on the Ball
Basil Gabbidon Get on the Ball Basil Gabbidon
Scandal Ska V/A Mango 1989
10:20 AM
Set Break: Pumpkin toadlets have a horrible sense of balance
10:27 AM
New Order - Love Vigilantes
New Order Love Vigilantes New Order
Low-Life WM UK 1985
10:32 AM
Ben Hudson Begay - Yeibichei Song - Talking God's Song
Ben Hudson Begay Yeibichei Song - Talking God's Song
Navajo Songs Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 1992
Recorded in 1940 by Laura Boulton
10:36 AM
Mice Parade - Galileo
Mice Parade Galileo Mice Parade
Music for Listening To V/A Bubblecore 1999
10:43 AM
Set Break: Mismatching life cycles of predators and preys cause problems
and mismatches are more common due to climate change!

https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10...

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10:51 AM
The Dogs - Teen Slime
The Dogs Teen Slime The Dogs
Teen Slime Rave Up 1977
10:54 AM
Johnny Haastrup - Greetings
Johnny Haastrup Greetings
Nigeria Disco Funk Special! V/A Soundway 2008
11:01 AM
The Ladybug Transistor - Puis-je?
The Ladybug Transistor Puis-je? The Ladybug Transistor
Pop Romantique: French Pop Classics V/A Emperor Norton 1999
11:03 AM
T-Tops - Equally Annoyed
T-Tops Equally Annoyed T-Tops
T-Tops Big Neck Records 2014
11:07 AM
Set Break: Sonic booms in urban environments

Are way too loud!!! Sounds bounce off of buildings and resonate, causing more loudness and problems

https://www.sciencenews.org/article/supersonic-son...


11:15 AM
Plaster Saints - I Can't Reach You
Plaster Saints I Can't Reach You
Freak the Sheep V/A Flying Nun 1991
11:20 AM
M. Said & Les Remaja - Temasah Ria
M. Said & Les Remaja Temasah Ria
Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysiaw, 1964-1970 V/A Sublime Frequencies 2013
11:22 AM
Nous Non Plus - L'amant
Nous Non Plus L'amant Nous Non Plus
Nous Non Plus Aeronaut Records 2005
11:26 AM
Shizuo - Sweat
Shizuo Sweat Shizuo
Infinite Beat Vol. 1 V/A Geffen 1997
11:31 AM
Set Break: The jury is still out exactly why Long Covid happens
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3 main theories:

  • Persistent blood clots
  • Long-lived pockets of virus in the body
  • Immune system gone haywire

https://www.science.org/content/article/what-causes-long-covid-three-leading-theories

11:42 AM
Dälek - Lest We Forget
Dälek Lest We Forget N
Precipice Ipecac Recordings 2022
11:47 AM
Mudhoney - Pokin' Around
Mudhoney Pokin' Around Mudhoney N
Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) Sub Pop Records 1991
11:50 AM
ohbliv - Chokmah
ohbliv Chokmah ohbliv
Retrospective Paxico Records 2018
11:53 AM
Set Break: A giant sinkhole with an ancient forest inside was just discovered
11:58 AM
Doldrums - Weird Orbits
Doldrums Weird Orbits Doldrums
Secret Life of Machines - EP VHF 1995
Chat is archived.
Brian (host) 10:02:36 AM
Best of good mornings to all my fellow radioleans! Thanks for joining today!
Li Maria 10:13:34 AM
Hello, DJ ATQ! Great tracks! Ready to sink into the forest w you
Brian D 10:25:13 AM
Late great Scott Byrne! Also in Instant Death (with Dave Dreiwitz of Ween, JRAD, Chris Harford and many others). Instant Death was quite a 2 person spectacle! So fun!
Brian (host) 10:32:24 AM
Into the forest we go!! Thanks for the history, Brian, I will go digging in the stacks to see if I can find that
Brian D 10:51:18 AM
Would love to hear more information about radio bursts in space. Subject that is appearing in the news articles lately.
Brian (host) 10:52:43 AM
Sounds like fun Brian! I appreciate the suggestion. Let me take a look!
Colin 10:56:34 AM
Re habitat preservation, I'm not a rich man by any means, but I choose to spend money belonging to a wildlife trust/ preserve vs a gym membership. I get plenty of exercise hiking there several times a week plus I feel like it is managed much better than a government funded park. Over the years I have seen species return to the area like beaver, bluebirds and even coyote within this trust.
Brian (host) 11:01:01 AM
Phenomenal Colin! We all have some small but significant power to donate where we can. You're right that a concerted team of dedicated individuals can make a big difference. I guess the expanding biodiversity makes the hikes better too!
Colin 11:05:01 AM
expanding biodiversity also means an increase in biting insects. I had a bad reaction to horse or deer fly bites last week that had me driving myself to the urgent care with a ridiculously and comically swollen face. I'm fine now, but have been avoiding those extra damp areas of the trust!
Uncle Guelo 11:11:32 AM
I’ve heard a sonic bloom…
Brian (host) 11:18:20 AM
Yesss to sonic booms! Nooo to shattering our earthly possessions!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ 11:19:00 AM
Is thunder in any way analogous to sonic booms?
Brian (host) 11:19:20 AM
Maybe working towards biodiversity means acknowledging our own mortal position on the food chain, above the domesticated cattle and below the mosquitoes of our wild swamps
Brian (host) 11:19:54 AM
Great question Dave! Let me think about that:
Brian (host) 11:21:10 AM
A sonic boom is a "pile up" of sound, where you're hearing the sounds from many moments all at once, because they reach your ear simultaneously. You can see the two points of a sonic boom on the GIF I posted, but in 3D that would expand into something like a cone
Brian (host) 11:21:57 AM
Thunder is not a pile up, but rather whiplash from a bunch of air getting violently knocked out of place by superhot ionized gas
Brian (host) 11:23:18 AM
Imagine a scenario where many lightning strikes happened at different distances from you, but all the thunder reached you at once. Maybe that's a bit like a sonic boom
Brian (host) 11:24:54 AM
(speaking as an absolute non-expert, of course - the science of acoustics may be more complicated than I am putting it here)
Colin 11:25:50 AM
Dj atq, Don't know if it is my chat settings but I'm not seeing the gif links you shared.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ 11:26:07 AM
Thanks, DJATQ! That clarifies things in my mind.
Brian (host) 11:26:24 AM
I tried putting it in the playlist but here's the GIF: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e4/Dopplereffectsourcemovingrightatmach1.4.gif/220px-Dopplereffectsourcemovingrightatmach1.4.gif
Colin 11:26:40 AM
that was a great question DTO.
Colin 11:27:09 AM
oops. yeah they are in the playlist. I had not refreshed in some time.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ 11:29:10 AM
Like Brian says, we have to ask those questions.
jimmy jam and the shim sham 11:40:16 AM
side effects of vaccine
jimmy jam and the shim sham 11:40:53 AM
they are studying all the side effects people were originally saying about " vaccine"
Brian (host) 11:45:21 AM
The science is quite clear that long Covid doesn't have anything to do with vaccines! People have been suffering from long covid since the beginning of the pandemic, since before vaccines were in play, and nowadays people of all vaccination statuses can still have these problems. Viruses are dangerous and extremely hard to understand!
Li Maria 11:58:48 AM
Wow--sinkhole ecosystem!
Li Maria 12:00:06 PM
Thanks for all the cool music and science info, DJ ATQ
Brian (host) 12:00:14 PM
It's been a blast, everybody - nice to see you all here! See you in a couple weeks!
Brian (host) 12:00:56 PM
It's amazing - imagine a mouse family, separated by their very own impenetrable Berlin Wall
Brian (host) 12:01:19 PM
All that remains of former relatives are myths and legends
Brian (host) 12:01:34 PM
Enjoy a stellar lineup of DJs for the remainder of this Wednesday!
Li Maria 12:02:36 PM
Love Wednesdays--catch you in two weeks!