Monday, 30 June 2008

Tuesday, 20 May 2008

Thursday, 15 May 2008

hello waiting

Wednesday, 23 April 2008

Sunday, 20 April 2008

A solid rock stores electrical impulses for later play back. Magnetic tape can record and store for many years, sound and even video images as well as data. Devices are made with oxide metals; iron oxide was the first for cassette tapes, then chromium oxide. A magnetic field applied to the surface of the oxide metal coating, re-arranging the molecular structure into a pattern matching the source magnetic field. A magnet that mirrors the original energy, like a photograph does with physical objects. All is needed is a receiver that is capable of “reading” or “receiving” what has been recorded. A thin film of oxide metal and not a solid rock though. Metals are also crystals and have a crystalline structure. If a bar of iron (or a bar containing iron) is struck sharply upon concrete while facing north, the crystalline structure is shifted to match the Earth’s magnetic field, becoming a magnet itself. The impact is the sudden pressure forced upon the crystalline structure.

Saturday, 29 March 2008

The architecture of fathers arms.

Wednesday, 26 March 2008

Sunday, 23 March 2008

Monday, 17 March 2008

black and white photograph of a rainbow

Saturday, 15 March 2008

Sunday, 2 March 2008

Saturday, 1 March 2008

Missing you Tony.

Friday, 29 February 2008

Thursday, 28 February 2008

Wednesday, 27 February 2008

Saturday, 23 February 2008

Friday, 22 February 2008

Thursday, 21 February 2008

Sunday, 17 February 2008

Friday, 15 February 2008

Thursday, 14 February 2008

Tuesday, 12 February 2008

patterned self similarity and patterns of self similarity

Monday, 11 February 2008

Sunday, 10 February 2008

Natural diamonds have formed naturally within the earth. Synthetic diamonds are purely manufactured. A diamond simulant is defined as a non-diamond material that is used to simulate the appearance of a diamond.

Friday, 8 February 2008

Thursday, 7 February 2008

Wednesday, 6 February 2008

Tuesday, 5 February 2008

Monday, 4 February 2008

Sunday, 3 February 2008

Camouflage, also known to me as cryptic colouration or concealing colouration, allows the otherwise visible organism or object to remain indiscernible from the surrounding environment. Examples include tiger's stripes and battle dresses of the modern soldier. Camouflage is the form of deception.

A pattern of imitation and strategies of invisibility.

Saturday, 2 February 2008

Friday, 1 February 2008

towards a poor theatre

Thursday, 31 January 2008

Monday, 28 January 2008

Saturday, 26 January 2008

Friday, 25 January 2008