• Entropy

    Video by Ey@el & music by Muse

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    In an isolated system
    Entropy can only increase.

    ♫ "Isolated System", Muse (2012)

    Every year as you know it, my neighbours and I are treated to a firework display right on our doorstep. Which may sound wonderful to some of you is actually more a curse than a blessing. Since I've already detailed the reasons why on top of the obvious waste of public money at the expense of the actual needs of citizens, please refer to my previous post (see Related articles).

    This year, I've decided to stop playing the Matrix's undermining game and raise my vibrations instead by seeing the glass half-full rather than half-empty, focusing exclusively on the bright side of the matter. Which didn't prevent me from remaining fully aware and taking adequate precautions such as wearing a protective mask and glasses against toxic fumes and dust as well as some repellent against the winged vampires from the nearby pond (for whom this type of event is a feast from heaven). And I must say the pyrotechnicians have done a brilliant job this time. I feel so frustrated that my video display is far from rendering the beauty of what my always marvelling eyes saw last night.

    As for my ears, it's another story with the never-ending tributes to our national Elvis who died last year and will probably never cease to haunt us from hereafter to the great despair of all the nonplussed such as yours truly. Wouldn't want to offend anyone who might like him, so I won't call him by name. So if you think you know who I'm talking about, just remember that there is only one slip of the tongue to take you from casually to casualty. Always resourceful, I simply called upon Muse to offer you an ad hoc soundtrack while the whole video is being hosted by Radiohead's WASTE network. Thank you guys!

    Entropy: a measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system's disorder, that is a property of the system's state, and that varies directly with any reversible change in heat in the system and inversely with the temperature of the system; broadly : the degree of disorder or uncertainty in a system (source)


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