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Talk about your resonating frequencies of bodies, spirits and minds into a new paradigm-shifting reality pulse...
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A giant didgeridoo suspended from a blimp, extending to the ground, played by a wind machine - paradigm shift a whole continent of bodies and spirits with a massive resonating frequency.
globaltourniquet, Aug 20 2007

hang it from my hammock helium_20hammock
[xandram, Aug 20 2007]

(?) some other aeolian instruments http://www.drachen....21/no21-Aeolian.pdf
[xandram, Aug 20 2007]

didgeridoo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Didgeridoo
The didgeridoo (or didjeridu) is a wind instrument of the Indigenous Australians of northern Australia. [ed, Aug 21 2007]

This thing might sound like the sun http://soi.stanford...results/sounds.html
Solar sounds, speeded up 42 thousand times [ldischler, Aug 21 2007]


       You've invented a doomsday machine!
zen_tom, Aug 20 2007

       All you need do now is roof over the Grand Canyon, play it at one end, and listen to it at the other.
xenzag, Aug 20 2007

       Best title I ever read (or tried to read sveral times)   

       Big, giant, floating crossiant to you [gt]
evilpenguin, Aug 20 2007

       I think zen_tom may be right. With reference to bodies and massive resonating frequencies, has globaltourniquet stumbled onto the source of the infamous brown note?
Canuck, Aug 20 2007

       (+) Great gonflaboriginal ghosts man, what have you done?   

       + I like it and I'll hang it from my helium hammock.
xandram, Aug 20 2007

       Fun to read, fun to watch, fun to hear. Bun
elhigh, Aug 21 2007

       Moooeeowwwwmmmm... bwaabwaaabwaa... bwaaaaaooooommmm....
wagster, Aug 21 2007

       Sun Arise   

       She bring in the morning!   

       Sun Arise bring in the morning   

       Fluttering the skirts all around
Dub, Aug 22 2007

       The Australian's answer to the hullaballoon, in style.
RayfordSteele, Aug 22 2007

       Triggering seizures and earthquakes. Bun!
baconbrain, Feb 25 2012

       Could it be propelled using wobble-boards?
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 25 2012


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