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Welcome to program 175 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia USA.

Here is the lineup for today's prgram, in modes as noted:

  1:41 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  3:15 DominoEX22: Lesotho proposes social media limits**
  9:30 MFSK64: Shortest event ever measured
11:44 This week's images*
28:34 MFSK32: Closing announcements

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correction (FEC). The final 3:32 of the DominoEX22 is with FEC.
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From the Voice of America:

Southern African Nation of Lesotho Proposes Social Media Limits

Anita Powell
October 15, 2020

JOHANNESBERG, SOUTH AFRICA - Journalists and media freedom
activists are objecting to a government proposal in the African
nation of Lesotho to restrict social media, saying it amounts to
stifling speech for everyone in the nation of 2 million people.

The set of regulations, introduced for debate by lawmakers this
week, would require all social media users with more than 100
followers to register as "internet broadcasters" -- a move that
would, in turn, require them to abide by the same rules that
govern broadcast media houses. It would also allow regulators to
investigate social media users' posts and even order them to
remove them.

"Lesotho is following in the footsteps of Tanzania in seeking to
regulate online content creators," the Media Institute of
Southern Africa, a media monitoring group, said in a statement,
adding that this "could be a pretext to curb freedom of
expression and digital rights."

Journalist Rapeland Radebe covers Lesotho from neighboring South
Africa, for South Africa's state broadcaster and others. When VOA
spoke to him on Thursday, he had more than 8,300 Twitter

"The law itself, it's really, draconian, for lack of a better
word, to try and say you need to regulate anyone who has more
than 100 participants," he told VOA. "… I think it's nothing
short of absurd, really."

African governments are regularly accused of trying to police
social media. For years, different governments have been accused
of cutting access to the internet during times of unrest.
Internet freedom monitors say that is precisely what the
government of Guinea is planning to do ahead of a contentious
election this weekend.

But other nations have used their laws to limit social media,
like Tanzania, which recently passed a set of regulations that
seek to punish social media users who "ridicule, abuse or harm
the reputation, prestige or status of the United Republic of
Tanzania." Last year, Kenya passed a similar law, sparking
outrage from journalists and academics.

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"It is difficult to understand what problem the bill seeks to
cure other than to try and introduce online censorship," John
Walubengo, a lecturer at the Multimedia University of Kenya,
wrote in an editorial in one of the country's most prominent

VOA asked Lesotho's prime minister, Moeketsi Majoro, to comment
on the proposed law. He did not respond to several requests
seeking comment, and has not directly addressed the matter on
Twitter, where his official account has about 7,100 followers.

And, Radebe noted the regulations could be impossible to enforce.
Lesotho is an enclave nation surrounded on all sides by South
Africa, and the affairs of both countries are intimately
entwined. So, he said, anyone using a South African SIM card or
network to post on social media would technically be subject to
South Africa's looser regulations.

But, he notes, the proposed restrictions pose a unique problem
for many of the nation's small broadcasters, which use the
internet to reach out to listeners beyond the mountainous nation
that in recent years has struggled with political instability.

Radebe predicts that most Lesotho residents will continue to
tweet, post and live their online lives as normal. ...

"These are the tools that ordinary poor people use to organize
their businesses, their social groupings, for funerals, for
family -- many other reasons," he says. "And to implement some
sort of regulation towards that -- what is the intention?"


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From New Atlas:

Shortest event ever measured lasts mere sextillionths of a second

Michael Irving
October 18, 2020

Physicists in Germany have measured the shortest timespan ever
recorded. The team measured the time it takes for a photon of
light to travel the length of a hydrogen molecule, and found it
to occur in just trillionths of a billionth of a second.

The microscopic world contains many mysteries, not just because
everything is so tiny but because it all happens incredibly fast.
At this scale, one second can seem like an eternity - chemical
bonds form and break in mere femtoseconds, which are
quadrillionths of a second. Over the last few decades we've been
able to use femtosecond laser pulses to measure these ultrashort

But the new measurement zooms in much further, making a
femtosecond seem sluggish in comparison. The researchers found
that a photon will cross a hydrogen molecule in around 247

For reference, a zeptosecond is a million times shorter than a
femtosecond, or one sextillionth of a second. That's
0.0000000000000000000001 seconds. There are the same number of
zeptoseconds in one second as there are seconds in 31.7 trillion
years, which is 2,365 times longer than the universe has even
existed. There's just no way to overstate how short a zeptosecond

This groundbreaking measurement was made by researchers at Goethe
University Frankfurt, the DESY accelerator, and the Fritz-Haber
Institute. It's not actually the first measurement made on the
zeptosecond scale – that honor belongs to a team in 2016 that
found that after a helium atom is struck by a photon it takes 850
zeptoseconds to eject an electron. That means the new measurement
is about 3.4 times shorter than the previous record.

The new experiment was similar. The team irradiated a hydrogen
(H2) molecule with X-rays at a particular energy level that sent
both electrons flying out of the molecule. By measuring the
interference patterns of the two electrons, the researchers were
able to precisely calculate how long it took the photon to reach
the first hydrogen atom, then the second, in the molecule. The
answer, it turns out, is up to 247 zeptoseconds.

"We observed for the first time that the electron shell in a
molecule does not react to light everywhere at the same time,"
says Reinhard Dörner, lead author of the study. "The time delay
occurs because information within the molecule only spreads at
the speed of light."

The research was published in the journal Science.

Source: Goethe University Frankfurt


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This week's images ...

The Embassy of the Netherlands in Japan officially named a new
lily variety "Kodaira" after Japanese speed skater Nao Kodaira,
the 2018 Olympic women's 500-meters champion, in hopes the flower
will serve as a bridge between the two countries. From ...

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Green jays in Texas. From ...

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Trams go through a park on a cold autumn day in Moscow. From ...

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Aerial view of a chrysanthemum garden in Nanjing, China. From ...

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A man walks along a pathway on the shores in County Down,
Northern Ireland. From ...

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The Forest of Lamps, a room with hanging lamps that illuminate as
visitors near them, at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum,
Tokyo. From ...

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"Hedges Brae" between Nairn and Cawdor in the Highlands of
Scotland. From ...

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A fisherman against the rising sun at Sandy Point State Park,
near Annapolis, Maryland, 18 October. From ...

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Colorful fall leaves reflect into the pond at Constitution
Gardens, near the Washington Monument in Washington DC. From ...

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Our painting of the week is "Single Autumn Leaf" by
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    Ending music:

   The Spencer Davis Group - Keep On Running     (Keep On Running • 2008)..






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This Is A Music Show #086
21 Oct 2020

2100-2200UTC Wednesday on 7780 kHz
0200-0300UTC Thursday on 5850 kHz

via WRMI, Okeechobee USA

Rebroadcast on Unique Radio, Australia
1000-1100UTC Friday on 5045 or 3210 kHz USB
Check for schedule!
(Temporarily Offline)


TIAExpressMS w/ Radio Northern Europe International
via Channel 292 in Germany, on 6070 kHz.

Broadcast various dates/times. Check the schedule here:



Cannonball Adderley - The Uptown



Dave "Baby" Cortez - Cat Nip
Jørgen Ingmann And His Guitar - Echo Boogie
Derek Morgan and Busters Group - Terrible Headache



Les Lutins - Je Suis De Bois
Brenda And The Tabulations - Little Bit Of Love
The Thrills - Bring It On Home To Me


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Dimensional Sounds - Dazz
Rock Master Scott And The Dyanmic Three - Request Line





Led Zepplin - Whole Lotta Love (3:10 mono version)
The Stooges - 1969




Aman Folk Ensemble - Highlife



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THIS DATA w/ Bert Kaempfert - Tahitian Sunset




Junior Mervin - Closer Together




Link of note:

None this week :(


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Thank you for listening to RNEI9
1. Jasmin Rose - Human (feat. RoxorLoops) 🇩🇰
2. Klara & Jag - Aska 🇸🇪
3. Evelina - Liian vähän, liian myöhään 🇫🇮
4. Zupermaria - Ingenting er lenger som det var 🇳🇴
5. Kóboykex - Midnight Gale 🇫🇴
6. Annbjørg Hætta - Mun Dárbbasan Du *Sami*
7. Þrjú á palli - Krummavísur 🇮🇸
8. Inger Lise Rypdal - Jeg Fant Min Frihet 🇳🇴
9. Lumevärv - Milline Päev (feat. Inga) 🇪🇪
10. Belmin Kuburas - Till I'm Sorry 🇩🇰
Ha Det!





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This Is An Express Music Show
October 2020

Channel 292 on 6070 kHz



The Four Randers - Hippy Hippy Shake


Silver Apples - Ocsillations


The Lost Generation - The Sly, Slick, And The Wicked
Byron Lee And The Dragoneers - Black On
101 Strings - Karma Sitar
Franek Kimono - Pozeganie Franka
Paula Anderson - Four Year Battle Instrumental (EDIT)




Tsilla Dagan - Stars In The Pail


Be sure to tune in to "This Is A Music Show" hour-long program
every Wednesday at 2100UTC on 7780 kHz via WRMI (Europe beam)


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Radio Northern Europe International


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Nauen 6080 kHz 1900-2100z  +  6145 kHz 2100-2300z   ===> 250°

Atlantic - North


       24.12.2019  = 24.12.2020


 6030 kHz 1900-2100z 27,28,29          ERV 100 kW  305°  241219 ARM  2018:  6030 kHz 2017:  6010 kHz
 6080 kHz 1900-2100z
27,80,36,81,11    NAU 125 kW  250°  241219 D    2018:  6080 kHz 2017:  6080 kHz

 9740 kHz 1900-2100z 48,53,41,79       NAU 125 kW  130°  241219 D    2018:  9740 kHz 2017:  9740 kHz

 9570 kHz 1900-2100z 41,49,54,79,58    MOS 100 kW  115°  241219 AUT  2018:  9570 kHz 2017:  9790 kHz

 9800 kHz 1900-2100z 57,53,48,79       ISS 250 kW  148°  241219 F    2018:  9800 kHz 2017:  9800 kHz 

11650 kHz 1900-2100z 13,46,15,66,52,57 ISS 250 kW  195°  241219 F    2018: 11650 kHz 2017: 11650 kHz 



 6145 kHz 2100-2300z 27,80,36,81,11    NAU 125 kW  250°  241219 D    2018:  6145 kHz 2017:  5930 kHz

 6155 kHz 2100-2300z 27,28,29          ERV 100 kW  305°  241219 ARM  2018:  6155 kHz 2017:  6155 kHz

 9590 kHz 2100-2300z 57,53,48,79       ISS 250 kW  148°  241219 F    2018:  9590 kHz 2017:  9590 kHz
 9675 kHz 2100-2300z
41,49,54,79,58    MOS 100 kW  115°  241219 AUT  2018:  9650 kHz 2017:  9650 kHz

 9740 kHz 2100-2300z 48,53,41,79       NAU 125 kW  130°  241219 D    2018:  9720 kHz 2017:  9765 kHz
 9830 kHz 2100-2300z
13,46,15,66,52,57 ISS 250 kW  195°  241219 F    2018:  9830 kHz 2017:  9830 kHz





Issoudun  11650 kHz 1900-2100z    +   9830 kHz 2100-2300z    ===> 195°

Atlantic - South   

Issoudun  9800 kHz 1900-2100z  +   9590 kHz 2100-2300z   ===>  148°

Atlantic / Indian Ocean (South Africa)





Nauen  9740 kHz 1900-2100z  +   9740 kHz 2100-2300z   ===> 130°

Indian Ocean - West

Moosbrunn  9570 kHz 1900-2100z    +   9675 kHz 2100-2300z   ===>  115°

Indian Ocean - East



Noratus  6030 kHz 1900-2100z Europe  +   6155 kHz 2100-2300z  Europe + Parts of North America   ===> 305°