Cosmic Rays - Murkbox - Binary Drift (File, MP3)


2007
Label: Bad Taste - Bad Taste #22 • Format: File MP3 • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Non-Music • Style: Abstract, Noise, Ambient
Cosmic Rays - Murkbox - Binary Drift (File, MP3)

 · Cosmic Rays. Cosmic rays provide one of our few direct samples of matter from outside the solar system. They are high energy particles that move through space at nearly the speed of cosmic rays are atomic nuclei stripped of their atoms with protons (hydrogen nuclei) being the most abundant type but nuclei of elements as heavy as lead have been g: Murkbox · Binary Drift.

 · Cosmic rays hit computer RAM all the time. If your RAM is not ECC protected, it will likely flip a random bit. A single bit in billions of bits. Does it matter? Yes. Yes it does. Bit flips manifest in many ways - computer clusters suddenly dying, data silently being corrupted, and even squatting on Missing: Murkbox.

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Cosmic - evolved from Cosmic Jerry Band - is a NJ based jam band that has skyrocketed to the forefront of the East Coast music scene. With Michael Jaskewicz on guitar and vocals, John "Jelly Roll" Nemeth on bass and vocals, Billy Siegel on keys and vocals, and Dan Donovan on drums and percussion, this band consistently delivers a high-energy performance full of heartfelt songs and Missing: Murkbox · Binary Drift.

 · Cosmic Rays. Cosmic rays provide one of our few direct samples of matter from outside the solar system. They are high energy particles that move through space at nearly the speed of cosmic rays are atomic nuclei stripped of their atoms with protons (hydrogen nuclei) being the most abundant type but nuclei of elements as heavy as lead have been g: Murkbox · Binary Drift.


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 · Cosmic rays hit computer RAM all the time. If your RAM is not ECC protected, it will likely flip a random bit. A single bit in billions of bits. Does it matter? Yes. Yes it does. Bit flips manifest in many ways - computer clusters suddenly dying, data silently being corrupted, and even squatting on Missing: Murkbox.

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