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Freezepop is an indie synthpop band composed of Liz Enthusiasm, the Duke of Pannekoeken (originally the Duke of Candied Apples), and the Other Sean T. Drinkwater (who claimed to be a clone of the "original" Sean T. Drinkwater). They are from Boston, Massachusetts.


They have gained a number of fans through their work in video games, and several of their songs can be found on titles such as Frequency, Amplitude, Karaoke Revolution, and Downhill Domination.


Their better known songs include Science Genius Girl, Super Sprode, and Bike Thief. Their songs often include themes of emotions and science.


Members of this band also do solo or combination work under various names, including DJ HMX, Komputer Kontroller, Symbion Project, Cosmonaut Zero and Lifestyle.


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The Arts Catalyst (2029 words)
While art in zero gravity is still a new concept, the GCTC team has hosted artists previously for Projekt Atol and Arts Catalyst (Projekt Atol's flight for Slovenian theatre director Dragan Zivadinov and Arts Catalyst's flight for French microgravity choreographer Kitsou Dubois) and they are welcoming of the ideas and interested in discussing them.
Zero gravity instructors, Volodya and Boris, take the group through a training session on parabolic flying: its mechanism and the effects on the body(see www.artscatalyst.org/htm/parabolic.htm).
The first parabola is always a surprise to those new to zero gravity and the speed of the flight is also surprising and extremely demanding on the body and the ability to undertake good projects.
The Arts Catalyst (708 words)
One of the outcomes was our first parabolic 'zero gravity' flight, organised for choreographer Kitsou Dubois in September 2000 with the Yuri Gagarin Centre in Star City, Russia, in collaboration with Projekt Atol Flight Operations, Slovenia.
To train cosmonauts to perform experiments and investigations in real conditions of space flight - zero gravity - in Earth conditions, the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre in Russia uses a special flying laboratory on a parabolic trajectory.
The onset of zero gravity is sudden and the state of weightlessness is either exhilarating or alarming.
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