1. A rat cell sends out multiple "feelers," one of which ultimately connects to form a tunneling nanotube.

    Found in "Live Wires" at http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id/41637/title/Live_Wires

    Credit: Rustom et al./Science/AAAS 2004

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  2. "Math" The Opening piece from "Obsolete?"

    For more information visit http://www.pixelh8.co.uk

    Pixelh8’s most recent work “Obsolete?” is a audio and visual study of the people, machines, history of The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park and looks closely at the themes of mathematics, logic, code-breaking and enciphering. The project was funded by the PRS Foundations new music award and commissioned by The National Museum of Computing.

    The music itself is composed using some of the oldest and rarest computers in the world such as the WWII code-breaking machine Colossus Mark 2 Rebuild, and the 1960’s Elliott 803 largely used for mathematics and some of the more commonplace machines such as the BBC Micro. With over thirty machines studied and utilised within the music, it is a combination of both sounds from the internal sound chips and the external electro-mechanical sounds. In addition to this, the piece also utilises such items as the early non-electrical mechanical adding machines.

    The project was comprised of twelves pieces of music and accompanying visuals and culminated in two performances at the prestigious Bletchley Park Mansion on March 20th and 21st, 2009.

    All imagery and music © & (P) Hidden Youth Records UK 2009

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