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Published on Oct 5, 2009
This is the simultaneous readout of the Binary Champernowne Number and sending it out to a serial port directly to analog amplified speaker. The number is defined as infinitely long and made as if by counting, so that is the way it is shown, because it looks random otherwise. When the number is all 1's then it pauses so you can see, and then gets another bit and continues playing the next order of magnitude. The number has inherent musical qualities other than the fact that it contains all possible (including sound) files in self-enumerated order. It has many beats and bell sounds. It is a better demo than the computerless one. This demonstration proves the theory that if you teach a monkey a way to count, then he has a 100% probability of typing Shakespeare, and between zero and a memory full of ones are all possible data, none missed, and by arithmetic it can be pulled out of nothing. Binary Champernowne Number is the simplest to understand example of how to play all possible music without a copy of it and even without memory and even without a computer. It also proves that there is no such thing as an original file. To create everything from nothing... It's all ready in this number.