[NetBehaviour] Aletsch

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Tue Oct 31 19:22:45 CET 2006




Aletsch


At Belalp and Aletsch Glacier, Foofwa with VLF radio.
European Indians I will see you on the other side of the world.
It's all in the overtones.
To my right: a book about two hands.
Climb up from Egga with 1887 guide and horseback or walk.
Perhaps walk from Blatten or Brig, around 4 1/2 - 5 hours.
We walk from Egga. At the top: Alpine Chough.
In my estimation animals sense transformations of EMF.
Look around the edge of the universe - there's the slightest bit.
There, la.
Really one might fall forever seven hundred meters to the base.
The largest glacier in the Alps, Aletsch has retreated 3 km since 1865.
Earlier, glacial levels were close to the lower peaks.
It is not the fault of the glaciers that will inundate our cities.
Their skin dries, hardens; attacked by plants and animals, they
continue their retreat.
Foofwa talks to universal sound.
O! Unmeasured howling of the mountains!

http://www.asondheim.org/vvllff.mp4




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