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Physicist at University of Washington has recreated the sound of the Big Bang
Physicist at the University of Washington has recreated the sound of the Big Bang
Over the years, various artists and animators each in its own tried to convey to us the idea of how to actually could look like the Big Bang , in which our universe was formed. But until now, no one really has made serious attempts to demonstrate how the Big Bang could sound.
Unfortunately, no recording devices, 13.8 billion years ago (namely this time that the Big Bang) did not exist, but that did not stop physicist John Cramer of the University of Washington to perform the calculations and re-create the sound of the birth of the universe. Based on his findings, he created a 100-second audio recording in which, according to him, was formed being.
In order to get the ultra-precise temperature data space , Cramer used indicators of the level of cosmic microwave background radiation received by the satellite, “Plank” of the European Space Agency. Thanks to the information received, he was able to create a map of the cosmic microwave and inexplicably managed to determine what sounded like the space at the time.
The thing is that in the 100-second audio file is described in the whole span of 380,000 years. That is the sound in fact incredibly accelerated. Every second record captures nearly 3,000 years. Therefore, the general background noise similar to the one that we can hear in the AM-radio range.
In general, include loud speakers and enjoy the music of origin of the universe .
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