Chieftan Mews Tweets “The atom had a positive, a negative & a neutral”

Chieftan Mews sent out the following tweets around 1:10 am EST:

“#6/10: Which artist of today reminds you of the John Heartfield of yestercentury? (#7 expires Sept 1, #6 expires Sept 8) #rigid #tkol”

“I’m still banished: “ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va0w5pxFkAM&t=3m48s ” ?”

“#7/10: No more hiding: “The atom had a positive, a negative & a neutral” & “Later for the date than the hadron collider” & “I am open.” ??”

@ChieftanMews

 

The link takes you to a YouTube video of PJ Harvey- “The Words That Maketh Murder” (The link takes you to the 3:46 point in the video)

“The atom had a positive, a negative & a neutral” = Atoms For Peace??

“Later for the date than the hadron collider” = Supercollider??

“I am open.” ?? = Open The Floodgates??

 

 UPDATE August 27th: 

“Gazillion Ear” by MF Doom

“Monkey hustle, man on fire
Later for the date than the Hadron Collider
And cost more, it be singin’ like a style”

“Dimethyltriptamine” by Jay Electronica

“Just let him think that the feelin’ is mutual,
’cause if he found out that you already knew
the atom had a positive, a negative, and a neutral,
he’ll probably salute you.”
And The Most Gigantic Lying Mouth of All Time is named after a collage by German artist John Heartfield.

 

Here are the previous questions he has asked:

Aug 18th: “#8 of 10: http://t.co/IAEHtG1 Have you really considered that you have been lied to constantly since you were born? (Expires Aug 25 or so)”

Aug 11th: “#9 of 10: What is your personal definition of: ‘freedom’? (exp. 18-Aug)”

Aug 4th: “#10: Please @ 1 song that makes you feel energetic & write about it in 1 sentence. (1 answer only, #10 expires August 11, 2011 at 00:00 GMT)”