130510 Changmin’s solo ‘Rock with U at TIME Live Tour in Nagoya Dome | DC MAX gall 심창민의여자 (don’t remove the credits)
Robert Downey Jr (with Sting) singing Every Breath You Take by The Police
fucking done with you all
Baek Ahyeon - Haru Haru cover [DL]
So beautiful, I had to make an audio rip of it. Enjoy! :)
“Maneater”, Blue Eyed Blondes.
Believe it or not, this is a Swedish group. They also have an annoyingly difficult to google band name.
file this one under “songs you’re casually listening to until you realize holy shit this is awesome and it suddenly gets all of your attention”
Superwhoavengepotterlock - All Violin [x]
spectrum by sm the performance
東方神起 - I Know - unplugged version
Utada Hikaru - 桜流し (Sakura Nagashi)
“Everybody finds love in the end”
Take a Hint- Victoria Justice & Elizabeth Gillies
YOU ASKED ME WHAT MY SIGN IS AND I TOLD YOU IT WAS STOP
this has been sitting in my drafts since like last night omg but i saw this episode last night IT WAS MY LIFE OMG
can we bring this back
K-POP hit songs from 2008-2012 in 12 minutes
I remember when ALL of these came out lol kpop hipster
What Does A Black Hole Sound Like?
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.
Nobody ever presses play
about a year ago i slowed down “dancing queen” 800% and made it celestial