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January 31, 2002


Spinning off with the soundtrack to Craig Baldwin’s film, “Spectres Of The Spectrum,” this is a 5-hour extension of that theme, the exotic and mesmerizing history of electronical invention and intuition. Tesla, Edison, and Marconi join Hemlock Stones and X-Minus One in illuminating all the ghosts who flew and fly the electro-magnetic spectrum, from Ben Franklin to HARP. Music for electricians, including secret coded girl groups from 1957 right up to Emperor and Opeth. The death ray, from Tesla’s conception to ’50s science fiction about science fiction during World War II, right up to us. Is it? Only Science in Action knows for sure.

5 Hours