Hm, isn't that this whole 'sun-will-have-a-big-flare-that-kills-the-routers' thing?
Except... that isn't as much about man's impact on the climate as the sun's impact on the earth in general. Or maybe our over-dependance upon the information super-highway.
Isn't this the reason why TCP/IP over Avian carrier was created?
I was supporting a local government, and actually started to write up TCP/IP over Cervidae at one point. We were trying to figure out how to provide Wifi in a fairly large park.
Hmm... TCP/IP over a solfeggio...
"Do, a deer, a female deer..."
Now I want to stop everything and write a program that does this encoding and then sings it for you.
Hrm... how does one introduce base 11 in solfeggio? Were there alternative syllables for the 'black' notes?
*tappity tip tap tap*
Basically, for the sharpened note, change the vowel portion to 'i'. So:
do di re ri mi fa fi sol si la li ti do
But if you're doing 'minor' solfeggio, it changes, and the 'flattened' note gets an 'e' for the vowel:
do di re me mi fa fi sol le la te ti do
Ugh. This system feels convoluted, although I guess I see where they're coming from. But it wouldn't be very straightforward for solfeggio-encoding software. And there's already precedent for base 7 encoding in software engineering (where the 8th bit might have been used for parity, so only 7 bits were available), so I'd go with the straightforward non-chromatic solfeggio encoding.
Maybe when I get home, I'll write some utterly pointless software to solfeggio-encode binary files so you can literally sing to an executable you've compiled in whatever key you want.
I need to remember to do this.
Then sing an encoded message to my vocal instructor, who will torture me with instructions to use the next octave up or something.