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Space "Music"

posted Feb 22, 2016 19:27:32 by RyanScotts
You can't really hear much of it in the video, but it's still pretty cool.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjLZBrQ-Oq4&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjLZBrQ-Oq4&feature=youtu.be

So what do you think? Can what happened on the dark side of the moon be explained one day like it has been explained for the Saturn noises?

Let this monkey go. Let the senses go. Let desires go. Let conflicts go. Let ideas go. Let the fiction of life and death go. Just remain in the center, watching. And then forget that you are there.

~Lao Tzu
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Mike Standin said Feb 22, 2016 19:43:43
I'm sure it will be. For now though, I'm going with the "space ghosts singing to our astronauts" theory. The same ones who inspired Pink Floyd to write their classic album about that same section of space. LOL
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Jenny Vance said Feb 23, 2016 11:46:12
I, too, will go with the scientific explanation of this "music." However, if we are to assume we are the only living beings in the universe then we are indeed fools.
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RedSeol said Mar 03, 2016 14:37:55
I am actually annoyed that I can't really hear much of this "outer space music" in the videos; the back sound is kind of distracting. It's hard for me to believe what I can't see, so I choose to believe that there is a scientific explanation for the noise. I read the theory behind Saturn's noises and I feel that it may apply to the moon's noises as well. I am also curious about how the planets and satellites emit these signals.
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