iTunes and Massive Molecular Moments

Massive Molecular Moments,” was created on the go. Influenced by nature, quantum physics and the emotions I felt finding all the broken plastic through my nature hikes or the broken bottles found on the beach.  It makes you wonder about the future of our ecosystem and trying to find ways to support natural wildlife,  manatees, and marine life. Most of the synthetic plastic that has ever existed was made in the last 13 years. We are all affected by the status of the natural environment. We only have one earth and it seems politics, profits and bad management always gets in the way of protecting her. Like always, I make music because it is quite fun, this time my guitar and a violin played a major part, along with summoning electronic synth like distortion from an old cyborg Digitech  pedal and a Space Station XP300 Modulation Pedal! Check it out on iTunes

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Autumn Mine

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Advance: That decade of stony discovery
Angle dip with a smile made from golden appetites
The backfill waste of energy loss
The last of the green eyes with combustible claws hides:
…..in the last of the wilderness
Beneficiation running black diamonds and somber fuel pumps
A franchise made of pure crop coal,
but remember eventually the black suits will fade
Shrubs, timbers, and ferns will rise from concrete wastelands
The conveyors will be solar and the wind will guide them.

The Forgotten Reactors

 

Optivion - The Forgotten Reactor (Japan)
Japan’s cabinet approved an energy policy reversing the previous government’s plans to slowly retire nuclear power plants, Total amnesia forgetting the 2011 Fukushima disaster.

 Optivion - Forgotten Reactors

~At times the future seems blighted!

Android 22

Android 22 by Optivion

(Watercolor and Ink)

The ninja manager of Japan’s tsunami-radioactive Fukushima nuclear plant is quite sad about another hidden leak of fresh radioactive water spilling on October 2013.

The untouchable Tokyo Electric Power Company spoke on the news about the 430 liters of toxic water spilled into the near by land and the Pacific Ocean, seems that workers did not keep an eye on the amount inside a water storage tank.

TEPCO says it did the best to store rainwater from recent typhoons. The main tank was primitive, it was constructed poorly and had no measuring gauge.

The Android was let in by the side door down the dark plant by my imagination and it was allowed a moment to scan for the responsible parties.

Muahahahaha!