What Does It Sound Like When a Star Gets Consumed By a Black Hole ?
410 ♥ / 20 August, 2012 / Source: theatlantic
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    What Does It Sound Like When a Star Gets Consumed By a Black Hole ? (theatlantic)
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  20. oldladyhats answered: Everything and nothing. A start and finish. The Alpha and the Omega. It sounds like God.
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  22. almost-tothe-precipice answered: Probably nothing, since space is a vacuum & sound doesn’t go anywhere
  23. omearican answered: chirps.
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  25. moonofthedog answered: Soundless
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