This work focuses on some of the elements within society that cause history to repeat itself. As for an explanation of the title, one could think of history as a Mobius strip, where if you begin drawing a line on one side and continue drawing, you would end up back where you started. One example emphasized in this piece (listen to audio) is society's insistence on targeting specific "ethnic groups" as inherently criminal, with the intent that this practice will yield a lower crime rate or an improved economy. Labeling certain groups of people as inherently bad, barring their access to certain cultural privileges, pushing them into poverty or shooting someone for being outside while black doesn't seem to have benefitted society yet.
The "mobiosity" of the history transmitter is further emphasized by the repeating audio loop. Be sure to click on the speaker button.