DaDa tuRns 100 thIs july.
So do some thing abSurd.
The enzymatic condition for producing the anti-obesity hydrolysates from fish water-soluble protein was optimized with the aid of response surface methodology, which also derived a statistical model for experimental validation. Compared with neutral protease, papain and protamex, the porcine pancreas lipase inhibitory rate of hydrolysates from fish water-soluble protein was higher with alkaline protease. Results...
(I'm pretty sure this is a restatement of Breton's work.)
But not being presented in French, it must be an incomplete translation done posthumously or at least under great protest, from Brenton, or his estate.
La condition enzymatique pour la production d' hydrolysats anti-obésité de la protéine soluble dans l'eau du poisson a été optimisé à l'aide de la méthodologie de surface de réponse , qui dérive également d'un modèle statistique pour la validation expérimentale. En comparaison avec la protéase neutre, la papaïne et Protamex , le pancréas de porc taux d'inhibition de la lipase à partir d'hydrolysats de protéines solubles dans l' eau des poissons était plus élevée avec une protéase alcaline. Résultats...
Google Translate just makes it more Dada.
Dada turns 100? We should all go to Dizz Knee Land.
Thanks for the link and the idea for a challenge, @pipewrench67.
I think Hugo Ball is musically very interesting:http://www.ubu.com/sound/ball.html
"On July 14th, 1916, writes the New York Times‘ Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, “the poet Hugo Ball proclaimed the manifesto for a new movement. Its name: Dada."
However, on the wikipedia page: "Dada in Zürich, Switzerland, began in 1916 at Cabaret Voltaire, spreading to Berlin shortly thereafter, but the height of New York Dada was the year before, in 1915."
But let's stick with July 14th.
Interesting that they have New York Dada predating Zurich when Zurich was the birthplace of Dada.
Here is some added inspiration;http://www.openculture.com/2016/07/download-all-8-issues-of-dada.html
"What?!" he exclaimed as the duck went off the rails, 'we're out of chips!?"
C'mon, @TomS, everyone knows that duck rails are installed just after they hatch so the ducklings have plenty of time to get used to using them. There hasn't been a duck rail incident of note for several turns, especially one involving potato, wood, stone, or other types of chips.
Duck chips have long been a tradition in our family, friend Fuzzy, especially the granite flavor. Or is that "flavour"?
The only time I've ever chipped a duck is when I dropped it by accident.
Thread backwards causation the this is?
Accidental duck droppings have ruined many deliberate wood chips.
This would never have happened if they had bought Endep Massachusetts.
abuse of endep check overnight
You should have known @Stephen Wordsmith
Deliberate chaos....wow. I've never heard of DADA before but I've seen it in here....now I know what it's called! I think the idea is to take something art and warp or change that into something chaotic or outrageously opposite. I make plenty of weird mismatches over here without even trying. That's DADA dudu.
I think a lot like that man on the piano when I get to pounding. chaos with musical tones...spare no unused notes to the very last key.
I thought the guy on the piano was really getting into it with girls doing some weird movement. At the time they made that video it must have been oddly radical.
Hugo Ball At the piano Emmy Hennings a dancer eventually his wife
Here is a link to some of the concepts of Dada poetryhttp://radionouspace.net/index.php/tag/hugo-ball/
@pipewrench67 Thank you for the Interesting page! I did read and listen to the audio...the first one with the player on the page. I'm going to make something weird tonight....pretty sure. I get this way sometimes and you think I'm gonna sing a country song and WTF is this, who did that no way? Wow it must be a split personality. I make a lot of noises when I free form. I think I can maybe collect some weird sounds (make samples) and mash that into something backwards, maybe throw in a some wind, some screams, some animals. DADA, jeez....um, is that like singing two different versions of the same song at the same time (multitrack)? Or three different poems that tonally match, at the same time? Thanks....and if I still don't get it I'll give it more thought.
Happy 19th birthday of Dada, y'all! Hugo have a ball with it! With any luck we will discover the musical equivalent of sound poems!
Wow, I came here for alternate guitar tuning!
Ah, I came here to post the song I wrote about Tristan Tzara in 50/90 2011 but it's not quite as good as I remember it being So now I feel obliged to write a new one ...
"There is a literature that does not reach the voracious mass. It is the work of creators, issued from a real necessity in the author, produced for himself. It expresses the knowledge of a supreme egoism ... every page must explode, either by profound heavy seriousness, the whirlwind, poetic frenzy, the new, the eternal, the crushing joke, enthusiasm for principles ..." pretty much sums up everything I do creatively - though these days I'm more Fluxus
Alt. Uke, mandolin or violin tuning, do it.
Were the lyrics Romanian, will the Fluxus update include rope soup?
I'm really sad this is in the past now.
It's still here, just evolved in to different forms.
...still no one here who dares a musical DADA contribution? C'mon people, don't be shy!
I did mine, @reklov, but then I deleted it!
Is this Dada? http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/17125
According to one video, DADA was a revolt against not only art, but also politics and the horrors of WWI. If that is the case then would Jimi's Star Spangled Banner performance at Woodstock be considered DADA?
@Fuzzy I suspect you are Dada incarnate.
Well thank you, @TomS, I try my best to carry the torch in all aspects of my life.
Brilliant.. So much to get engaged with .. looking forward to doing something..