[quote="oleg8888"]Hey, great idea
it's just, not everyone have a fuckbook account or even want one[/quote]
good point! Here is what is posted there:
I'm looking for people to help me out with a project: I'm building a radio transmitter to bring to Burning Man, with the intention of broadcasting a variation of a 'numbers station' (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Numbers_station
The idea is to broadcast part of the dna code (say, about 18,000 characters of it), as the art theme this year is evolution. What I need is people to participate in this 'artistic endeavor' by recording themselves saying the different parts of the dna code.
You can record yourself saying it in as many different ways as you want, I just need each one in a separate file so I can arrange them properly. You can yell it. You can yawn it. You can whisper it. You can say it in ecstasy, or agony, or even in your everyday voice. You can do all of them, or find some other way of pronouncing it. The more recordings of yourself that you make and the people that help out with this, the less repetitive the broadcast will be, as it is going to be at least 18000 characters long.
The following are what I need sound files of (each thing in quotations being its own file):
It is better if these are in .wav format, but any type will do. If you want to help out with this just send me a message or email
[mitch_brost (at) hotmail (dot) com]
I've gotten alot of enthusiastic emails from people in the past few days asking me about this, and wanting to contribute. Because there has been this much interest, I feel obligated to make sure it works so all of your efforts don't go to waste. And so instead of building a cheap AM transmitter out of parts I have sitting around and hoping for the best, I've bought the parts I need to build a more expensive and longer range FM transmitter. So this is definately happening, I've spent the money so now I have to do it.
I've decided that the DNA sequence we'll be broadcasting will be that of mitochondria, as it's a good piece of evidence for evolution. So in addition to the sound files from before, I'm going to be including one of the following longer ones after every few hundred nucleotides (feel free to record one or two of these!):
â€œWhat you are listening to is the nucleotide sequence of mitochondrial DNA.â€