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Ray Thomas
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Atheist, Liberal, Music Lover :)
Atheist, Liberal, Music Lover :)

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Did a guest post for 7BitArcade on my band tips for 2014 ;)

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Here's my Xmas mix for this year! Hope you like :) x

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new google page for my band since youtube made us do it. old one is now deleted

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at the end of each month i put together a mix cd of the new music i've been listening to that month. finally got round to putting them online, well august anyway. 

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My lovely dog trainer girlfriend is trying to raise money so that she can train her service dog, which will allow her to do things she cannot. She will also be adopting a puppy from an animal shelter to train which once fully trained will she will donate to someone in need.

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Mentioned in the @Guardian review of T in the Park!!! :O x #titp #BBCIntroducing 

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Get yourselves comfortable Adelovers!

Step 1: Watch videos of 'Alleyways' and new song 'Jigsaw' from our set at T in the Park on our BBC page. You can also look at some pretty pictures of us ;)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/events/egfrbp/acts/ap8hzc#p01cqfxq

Step 2: Listen to Jen's chat with Bethan Elfyn from Saturday evening after we'd played and we were by then a little drunk...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b036vxlf (about 2h18mins in)

Step 3: Listen to the BBC Introducing T in the Park special show from last night. We're about 20mins in but listen to it all because all the bands were wicked!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b036mspn

Step 4: Share & Repeat.

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'Alleyways' is at 4000 plays on Soundcloud! :D x 

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This is a great illustration of collective phenomena. If you look closely, each dot is just moving around in a regular circle; but because the different circles are out of phase with each other, when you back away you see waves steadily moving across the screen. It's a simple demonstration of how large-scale, collective phenomena can emerge from very simple small-scale behavior. Things like this happen all over the place: water waves and sound waves, for example, work in basically the same way, with the small back-and-forth motions of individual molecules leading to compression patterns moving through the air. 

Originally from http://i.imgur.com/ckxfccq.gif , and found via +Jane Shevtsov and +W Younes.
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