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This Might Be The Sound The Universe Makes — Shocklee Entertainment Universe ● The Future Frequency

This Might Be The Sound The Universe Makes

Most of what we understand about the physical universe comes from light and vision but we are learning new information that leads scientists to believe that the universe isn’t silent. Although we haven’t had the technology yet to hear the actual sounds of space, scientists project that we’ll be able to hear actual audio from the universe within the next few years.

In this intereresting TED video, Barnard University Professor and author Janna Levin discusses theories on the universe from Einstein’s Theory of Relativity to the big bang and black holes and in the end plays audio created with data projections of what she and others believe to be what the universe sounds like.

We think of space as a silent place. But physicist Janna Levin says the universe has a soundtrack — a sonic composition that records some of the most dramatic events in outer space. (Black holes, for instance, bang on spacetime like a drum.) An accessible and mind-expanding soundwalk through the universe.

photo: Domiriel

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  1. Richard East says:

    You can learn and hear from a spinning penny. Try it. I’m 80% deaf but the constant ringing in my ear picks up sound waves from great distances. Everything you want to know about space can be learned from earth. After all, we were made from it.

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