NASA’s audio recording of a black hole will scare you

NASA’s audio recording of a black hole will scare you

To note: Many people reply that it is an audio recording generated from the image of a black hole taken by NASA, and therefore our message is inaccurate. Luckily, we’re a metals site, not a science journal. We specialize in scary sounds, and wherever they come from, it’s scary. That said, please do not quote this message as part of your graduation thesis.

Never seen the movie Event horizon? Shit, son, if you haven’t done it, you gotta get on it. The basic premise is that a revolutionary spacecraft containing black hole-based teleportation technology returns after fifteen years and a crew is sent to examine it. Of course, they find that when the ship first used its dark matter transporter, it opened a portal into the dimension we call Hell, and returned as a living conduit from darkness and darkness. eternal agony of this unholy place. It’s a rare example of a horror film from the late 90s. and a space horror film that achieves everything it set out to do (of course, it bombed at the box office). And it could also be a harbinger of things to come, because NASA has released an audio recording of what a black hole looks like, and as you can imagine, it’s not exactly heartwarming.

As you will hear in the clip included below via a reporter Alex Ecclestonaudio recording of a black hole made by NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory could looks like a lot of things. Maybe it’s a motorcycle engine heard by someone at the bottom of a swimming pool, or a refrigerator fan on its last legs screaming for someone to pull it out of its misery. But sure, hell sounds like a choir of ghosts to us! It’s like someone sampled that murky noise at the start of the cover of Marilyn Manson’s “Sweet Dreams” and then looped it back to itself in perpetuity. What generates the actual sound is unclear – is this space rubbing against itself as it is sucked into the singularity? Is this… is this space nut? – but it definitely affirms our desire to never leave this planet. I can sleep easy dying without having visited Science Hell.

Listen to the recording below and try to suppress a thrill of Lovecraftian hatred.

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