I was just reading about this, it's very cool. Although it's in such a high pitch we would never hear it, it's good to know that there's
something besides us making all the noise out there. It's a shame it's tone death though.
Originally posted by observer
Interesting find. My only question would be how does sound escape if light cannot? Physics and myself do not get along very well, so if this is a
stupid question my apologies.
maybe the sound is the sound that is emmited from sucking in all that matter? i know this has nuttin to do with physics but it's the thought which
came to mind. So anyone wanna tell em the physics of this so i can know i'm wrong?
firtly you have to understand EVERYTHING emmits a frequency. either through sound (need a medium like air) and/or light (ultraviolet throught visible
to infra) and/orgravitational ....lets round it up as electromagnetic frequencys(look it up if y dont know)
when they say "b flat" and "sound" its an analogy to the frequency wave-shape (electromagnetic raido style i guess since NOTHING escapes a black
hole) that it emits. the frequency is so low that it ceaces to be audible (somthin like 50 billion !!!!!times lower than audible) if we could "tune
in" with a radio telescope we would here a bflat.
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