On September 15th 2010, in Irkoutsk, in Eastern Siberia, the Russians designed a sophisticated device combining a satellite with a superconducting "Y" junction particle accelerator. This satellite embarked a secret technological device which can detect BEYIONS, a subatomic particle beyond time/space which travels in one of the 11 dimensions of the String theory. Beyions are ubiquitous and, in this supra-dimension, they send instantaneous information to photons about their future positions.
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Words like "inspiring," "expansive," and "moving" are regularly used to describe Sigur Rós's ( ), and yet the only words heard on the record itself are a handful of meaningless nonsense syllables. The album has no title-or rather, its title is no title: just an empty pair of parentheses. The intention being that listeners will fill in the…
John is a young and bored London lawyer married to Diane who is an agent with WFP (World Food Program). At a party, John meets a commodity trader who offers him a very highly paid position and, in order to gamble on the commodity market, John uses information his wife innocently gives him about farmers’ situation on the field.
Recently, she has been experimenting with the power of thoughts and its impact on even such mundane facts as the price of grain. A true miracle happens, the price of corn goes down, traders in London get crazy, and, in space, next to the Russian satellite, the Beyion “sends” powerful light beams to the City, to Wall Street, to Zurich and to all the main commodity market places.