067: No one has the answers, but everyone has the answers

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This week on the program – listening to the the science of glacier change, Greenland, a lecture on Truman’s choice, a hypothetical nuclear attack, accompanied by digital signal processing – stopGOstop presents an audio collage entitled No one has the answer, but everyone has the answer. 

 

066: A bike ride back from Orchard Beach

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A stereo recording of a bike ride from Orchard Beach to our house in Mount Vernon. This is a photo of my old bike. I have upgraded to a matte black single speed. I have not tricked it out with reflective tape… yet.

065: Conococheague Creek

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A recording of Conococheague Creek in Michaux State Forest, Pennsylvania. I used a couple contact mics on a piece of aluminum, on a copper pipe and an old speaker wired as a mic in a Ziploc bag.

064: Farmers of the Fields of Stars

20150721_072604This week on the program – on earth and in outer space, an audio collage about technology, family and foodstuff.  Featuring interviews and audio about the history of farming, 1970s tractors, learning to drive a tractor, backyard gardening, lettuce in near earth orbit, the year 3001, and Dead Space 2 in conjunction with digital signal processing.

 

 

063: The Context of a Finite Planet

601232main_X1.2-flare-20111103-001This week on the program – listening to the last men on the moon, a field recording from hyde park, lectures and presentations on climate change, accompanied by digital signal processing, pipe organ and a marching band- stopGOstop presents an audio collage entitled The Context of a Finite Planet.

 

 

062: Walk in Pennsylvania

20161013_090300Episode 62 of the podcast, a walk in Michaux State Forest.

From wikipeadia… “Michaux State Forest was formed as a direct result of the depletion of the forests of Pennsylvania that took place during the mid-to-late 19th century. Conservationists like Joseph Rothrock became concerned that the forests would not regrow if they were not managed properly. Lumber and iron companies had harvested the old-growth forests for various reasons.”

061: Cutting down two small apple trees

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Episode 61 of the podcast- On October 26, 2016 I recorded cutting down two small apple trees in our backyard. I changed the mic set-up about half way through the recording.

060: The Use of Reading and Recording

20141229_134505This week on the podcast: 70s and 80s computers, memory tricks, and the social history of a self-selecting clan of gamers- an audio collage entitled The Use of Reading and Recording.