"451 ̊F" takes place in a dystopian future not too far away and not too close to the present. Nothing is left, everything is deserted and left in a waste land where in a single empty room, free from all human traces, one radio remains in existence, doomed to repeat through whatever signal is left, the same news over and over again. This cycle continues until a signal is inserted and triggers an unknown pro- gram with the sole purpose of a confession, a testimony of what happened, perhaps years ago. A desperate cry to nothing and then silence. This fantastic dystopia stems from our times. The gloomy aura of news, the authoritarian policies, the targeting of young people and the resolutions to the detriment of education. The project's title refers to the exact temperature at which a page of a book catches fire and is, as one can understand, sym- bolic. The project includes "testimonies" that I have written based on events I experienced and thoughts I had during the last year of the pandemic. The project ends with the text from which it caught its primary spark: "The num- ber of Fireflies that can be seen at night", Plague Diaries, Gonzalo M. Tavares. This composition was made for the purposes of the Sonic Art and Radio class.