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Torstein Wjiik / Animal Machine - Balance Of Disorder, 3.5 Billion Years Resistance To Evolution / Good Day To You Sir. How's It Going? download album

  • Performer: Torstein Wjiik
  • Album: Balance Of Disorder, 3.5 Billion Years Resistance To Evolution / Good Day To You Sir. How's It Going?
  • FLAC: 1829 mb | MP3: 1277 mb
  • Released: 2008
  • Country: Norway
  • Style: Noise, Breakcore, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 454
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Torstein Wjiik / Animal Machine  - Balance Of Disorder, 3.5 Billion Years Resistance To Evolution / Good Day To You Sir. How's It Going? download album

This is an evolution sequence that begins at the dawn of life on Earth, 350 million years ago, from coacervate droplet to worm, to fish, to amphibian, to reptile, to mammal, to primate, and on to modern day humans.

Yo Mate, What's That In The Face (Of Yours)? 0:20. Space! In Tha Face! 0:16. 7. –Animal Machine (2). Oxiourus Hibernating In An Old Mammalian Hardware. 8. Hymen & Micro Bikini's, Adrenal-stress Charge In The Sphincter Stretching. 9.

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1 –Torstein Wjiik Bass In Tha Face. 2 –Torstein Wjiik Gazolin In Tha Face

It may be accompanied by feelings of giddiness, or wooziness, or having a sensation of movement, spinning, or floating. Balance is the result of several body systems working together: the visual system (eyes), vestibular system (ears) and proprioception (the body's sense of where it is in space). Degeneration or loss of function in any of these systems can lead to balance deficits.

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A low level of atmospheric oxygen in Earth's middle ages held back evolution for 2 billion years, raising fresh questions about the origins of life on this planet. Professor Lenton said: "This time in Earth's history was a bit of a catch-22 situation. It wasn't possible to evolve complex life forms because there was not enough oxygen in the atmosphere, and there wasn't enough oxygen because complex plants hadn't evolved - It was only when land plants came about did we see a more significant rise in atmospheric oxygen.

Free 5-8 business-day shipping within the . Prices may vary for AK and H. Learn more about free shipping. Shubin takes us back 375 million years, to a time when a strange fish-like creature swam (or crawled) in shallow streams.

Obviously there are a lot of hypotheticals-it's totally uncertain how much longer humanity will survive, for one. But a lot of these facts are indisputable by science. For example, in one million years, the star Betelgeuse (which yes, is pronounced "Beetlejuice") will explode into a supernova that anyone remaining on Earth will be able to see with the naked eye, even during the daytime. In two million years, if we've successfully colonized other planets, the former humans living on those planets will have evolved into species that are totally distinct from each other. In a way, its nice to know that on a geological time frame, nothing we do is of any consequence. Even if we as a species wind up wiping ourselves out in one way or another, Earth will live on, continuing to change and evolve, with or without us. Source: RealLifeLore.

So how far away can we see? You might think, in a Universe limited by the speed of light, that would be 1. billion light years: the age of the Universe multiplied by the speed of light. But 1. billion light years is far too small to be the right answer. In actuality, we can see for 46 billion light years in all directions, for a total diameter of 92 billion light years. The relativistic derivation of that figure, that R 3ct, ought to be a familiar result to those who took General Relativity in graduate school. But in a Universe with dark energy, that gets pushed out to an even greater number: 46 billion light years for the observed dark energy our cosmos possesses.

Tracklist

1 Torstein Wjiik Bass In Tha Face 0:31
2 Torstein Wjiik Gazolin In Tha Face 0:20
3 Torstein Wjiik Yo Mate, What's That In The Face (Of Yours)? 0:20
4 Torstein Wjiik Space! In Tha Face! 0:16
5 Torstein Wjiik Good Day To You Sir. How's It Going? 1:06
6 Animal Machine Balance Of Disorder 3.5 Billion Years Resistance To Evolution 0:35
7 Animal Machine Oxiourus Hibernating In An Old Mammalian Hardware 0:33
8 Animal Machine Hymen & Micro Bikini's, Adrenal-stress Charge In The Sphincter Stretching 0:30
9 Animal Machine Priapism, Physical Aeon Extending From The Internal To The External Urethral Orifice 0:35
10 Animal Machine Trichinella Spiralis, Multi-discipline Approach To Fitness American Porky's 0:20

Notes

Limited edition of 30 copies.

Also released on Ambolthue Records with different artwork.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AMBOLT-48 Torstein Wjiik / Animal Machine Torstein Wjiik / Animal Machine - Balance Of Disorder, 3.5 Billion Years Resistance To Evolution / Good Day To You Sir. How's It Going? ‎(CDr, MiniAlbum, Ltd, Num) Ambolthue Records AMBOLT-48 Norway 2008