if you don’t think history is amusing then you’re wrong because one time 3 different guys declared themselves pope all at once and they all excommunicated each other and it was basically the funniest shit ever
what about that time the Lichtenstein army sent 80 men to Italy to fight and came back with 81
what about that one mexican president who lasted 45 minutes in office
THIS is what they loop over the loudspeakers in hell.
it sounds like demons at a strip bar and you walk in because demons took you capture and they need to take u too their boss but the boss is at a strip bar and you walk in and everythings in slow mo and theres hot demons pole dancing and you look around and theres gross demons shouting and throwing money and off to the side with a cigar is a big demon guy with a suit whispering something to a waitress and you look at them and they glare at you and then at your handcuffs
I haven’t laughed this hard in weeks.
oh god I can’t
the comment makes it even better xD
WHEN IT FIRST CAME ON IT SCARED ME
That fucking comment, most accurate comment in the history of ever.
Sept. 9, 2003: Astronomers using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory have found, for the first time, sound waves from a supermassive black hole. The “note” is the deepest ever detected from any object in our Universe. The tremendous amounts of energy carried by these sound waves may solve a longstanding problem in astrophysics.
The black hole resides in the Perseus cluster of galaxies located 250 million light years from Earth. In 2002, astronomers obtained a deep Chandra observation that shows ripples in the gas filling the cluster. These ripples are evidence for sound waves that have traveled hundreds of thousands of light years away from the cluster’s central black hole.
“The Perseus sound waves are much more than just an interesting form of black hole acoustics,” says Steve Allen, of the Institute of Astronomy and a co-investigator in the research. “These sound waves may be the key in figuring out how galaxy clusters, the largest structures in the Universe, grow.”
Uh… Light can’t escape a black hole how can sound?
You’re right. That’s what’s odd about this post
I think what this post was trying to get at was that they’re not actually referring to sound waves, but radio waves or other types of electromagnetic radiation which can be ‘translated’ - so to speak - into sound.
Thaaaaaaat’s not really what I was getting at
electromagnetic waves are light photons. So they all travel the same speed, ergo cannot escape the black hole anymore than visible light can. For something to escape the black hole it would have to travel back in time.