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Thursday, July 9, 2009

The Rampler #337 (7/9/09) 14.9

The Rampler #337 (7/9/09) 14.9 (1:35:41 / 87.8 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – July 2009 – Track 9

“Your Late Night Broadcast” online at
Created by Frank Edward Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
1:35:41 / 87.8 MB Frank in NJ and NYC in the morning. Olives, vitamins, and coffee, buzzwords, yesterday’s show, the people living under the ground, dwelling on conspiracy theories, living a happy life, my grandparents, living the American dream, 9/11, gated community, a blue funk, Tortoise “Beacons of Ancestorship”, Trembling Bells “Carbeth”, Muji, the G train, Inakaya, death by chocolate, Willy Wonka, G. I. Joe Liquid Artillery Slurpee, fake berry flavor, watching the filming of a movie (possibly called “Safia”) in Times Square, Dire Straits, breasts, marijuana legalization efforts, drugs, a giant duct, the mysteries of evaporation, homeless cat exploiter, Repo Man, Olivemins, druggy enunciation, Pret A Manger, pain au chocolat, “Mutiny Aboard the Cutty Sark” at the LAB Gallery, Glenn Miller, and the rock star survival guide.
License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States ( Attribution: by Frank Edward Nora – more info at

posted by Frank at 8:52 am filed in Jul09,rampler  


  1. hey fen why do you think its hot in space? i think the temperatures is generally considered below freezing?

    Comment by eddie — July 29, 2009 @ 2:15 am

  2. If you were in outer space, between the Earth and Moon, you would be in direct sunlight constantly, heating up your spaceship. Space is not cold like cold air – it can’t cool you off. Heat can radiate off – and that is the question – what is the rate of heat loss through radiant heat transfer in space?

    Comment by Frank — July 29, 2009 @ 3:42 am

  3. Ya I guess your right.'s_surface

    Comment by Eddie — July 30, 2009 @ 4:27 am

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