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<sup>stream:</sup> <em>And You Were The Hunter</em>, by T. E. Morris

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<sup>stream:</sup> "My Mind Is Going," by Clearside

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What is the mass of the digital copy of La Valeur Du Vide?


Good question. Given that 1KB of data is made up of 160 million electrons, and that one electron weighs about 2×10-31 pounds, and that Esther Burns’ — quite mental — debut La Valeur Du Vide claims some 79,000KB of disk space, Microsoft Excel tells us the result is 2.5×10-18 pounds. At about this point in any scientifically-minded article is where you’d find mass comparisons between the quantifiable (read: meaningless figures like “2.5×10-18 pounds”) and the qualifiable (read: “some bacon”). But really, we have no way how to express such a figure in everyday objects. We didn’t even realize that the digital world had a mass at all until reading this article some ten minutes ago.

A much easier question (and we’re talking a Grant’s Tomb Level of Easy, here) would be something like, “How much will the 180-gram vinyl LP weigh?”

Let’s agree that what La Valeur Du Vide lacks in mass, it makes up in gravity. Fluid Radio has posted my review here. Executive summary? Sure: La Valeur Du Vide is that girl-next-door type who buries herself in tattoos and body piercings. Some of the pretty still shows through, but mostly now, she’s just sexy. And a little freaky. (Maybe that only comes to mind because the name Esther Burns sounds like a Suicide Girl alias.)

Read the review at Fluid Radio and learn more about Esther Burns at the links below:

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