Kṿ⅃♰, s▲⎳ṿặƓξ ႼUɴK, ◍ccữ⅃✞ⅉƨ✞, ⍹ⅉ✞cƕ ƕ◍ữƨℯ, ặ♏ℬⅉℯɲ✞, ⅉ⅃⅃ℬⅉℯɲ✞, ℬ⅃ặck ♏ℯ✞ặ⅃, ▲♰ლ●sႼӉξᴙI☾, ♏ץ✞ⅉcặ⅃, ɲ◍ⅉƨℯ, đặℾkƨ✞ℯ⍴, ⨑ữɲℯℾặ⅃, ƕặữɲ✞◍⅃◍ℊⅉcặ⅃, ξႼI☾, ƨ⅃◍⍹, ↁᴙ▲Ɠ, Ɠ●♰Ӊ,ƨƕ◍⍹ℊặzℯ, ƨcℾℯ⍹ℊặzℯ, ƨ⍴ℯ⅃⅃ƨ, ♏ặℊⅉc ặɲđ ♏◍ℾℯ...... ℬặƨⅉcặ⅃⅃ץ ژữƨ✞ ặ đữ♏⍴ⅉɲℊ ℊℾ◍ữɲđ ⨑◍ℾ ặ⅃⅃ ✞ƕℯ ℾℯ⍴ℯ✞ⅉ✞ⅉ◍ữƨ, ℾℯṿℯℾℬℯℾặ✞ⅉɲℊ, đℾặℊℊℯđ, cƕ◍⍴⍴ℯđ, ƨcℾℯ⍹ℯđ ặɲđ ⍹ặℾ⍴ℯđ ♏ữƨⅉc ⅉ ⅃ⅉkℯ - I ƕ◍⍴ℯ ץ◍ữ ⅃ⅉkℯ ⅉ✞ ✞◍◍
Feynmans Echo, is a blog devoted to neither π or Greek Mythology. The shared theme is that of repetition, space and infinity. Repetition forms structure and pattern. Sonically a repetition could be percussive but on a microphonic level would become a drone. Music, in all forms harbours varied degrees of repetition, either physically, sonically or compositionally ( leit-motives etc ). Feynman's Point, is a series of five 9's. Spoken or shouted, this phrase could be misinterpreted germanically, as 'no, no, no, no, no' or as an ominous echo of an isolated cry for help.