FML. Not mine.. Today, I faund nut that my brother Is adamant that if he records silence, then listen he said silence at full volume, it' ll Improve the headpho FML Not mine Today I faund nut that my brother Is adamant if he records silence then listen said at full volume it' ll Improve the headpho
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Today, I faund nut that my brother Is adamant that if he records silence, then listen he said silence at full
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - mastersaturday
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#68 to #4 - Plate
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"screamo"
"screamo"
User avatar #22 to #4 - notsureifanon
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Last Days of Humanity - A Divine Proclamation of Finishing the Present Existence
Screamo? How cute.
User avatar #23 to #22 - mrperyite **User deleted account**
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Mytaht - }8-((((

>no speed/noisecore
lol pleb

just kidding, i respect everyones taste in music
#5 to #4 - reshiram
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yes please
yes please
#21 to #4 - FuckTheWhat
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Oh my god that face is priceless.
Oh my god that face is priceless.
#17 - butterisgood
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#67 to #17 - phacocherman
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your microwave can record sound ?
User avatar #69 to #67 - butterisgood
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yours can't?
#49 to #17 - johncaveson **User deleted account**
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>Symmetrical Comic with 4 panels
>Diverse use of music references
>Paint skills of an orgasming Picasso
>Clever use of silent soundtrack in image

10/10 would thumb up.
#51 to #49 - butterisgood
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you lied to me
User avatar #52 to #51 - johncaveson **User deleted account**
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Note the clever use of the word 'would'...
#53 to #52 - butterisgood
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User avatar #25 - infinitereaper
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That's like an astronaut taking a jar to outer space opening the jar and filling it with space and then taking it home as a souvenir.
User avatar #37 to #25 - shinyarmor
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10,000 pounds of air pressure will crush it before it reaches the crust.
#45 to #37 - turbanmasher
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10,000 pounds? no an absolute vacuum is only 14.7 psi lower than our atmosphere.
User avatar #47 to #25 - xXferaligatrXx
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well that'd be pretty cool. like a mini vacuum in a jar. just a jar of absolutely nothing.
User avatar #26 to #25 - gildemoono
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...well. if its an air tight seal, he would bring back a vacuum and space is a vacuum.
User avatar #27 to #26 - infinitereaper
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now I want to try it
User avatar #28 to #27 - gildemoono
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youd need a good ass jar or it would shatter from the pressure.
#46 to #28 - turbanmasher
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no it would only need to hold 14.7 psi. it would more likely leak from a bad seal.
#29 to #27 - kmichel
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The vacuum in space is extremely hard, and you can't reproduce it on Earth. If you made a thermos in space, it would keep your drinks cold or hot for an extremely long time.
#48 to #29 - kanedam
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vacuum in space is extremely hard
#65 to #48 - kmichel
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Yup. When comparing vacuums, hard vacuums are higher than soft vacuums. I was comparing it to a the lower vacuums that scientists can create on Earth.
#66 to #65 - kanedam
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i learned something...
have a thumb
User avatar #31 to #29 - infinitereaper
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let me dream
#32 to #31 - kmichel
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You just need to go into space! Imagine opening up your sealed coffee a year later and having it still be super hot. It would probably taste like absolute s**t, but it would be hot.
#40 to #32 - fuckedbyapony
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Surely with no exposure to air and kept as hot as possible it probably wouldn't taste too bad either
User avatar #9 - naitsabesh
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Simon and Garfunkel- The Sounds of Silence
#15 to #9 - thechosentroll
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I thought silence would kind of sound like this.
I thought silence would kind of sound like this.
User avatar #24 to #15 - liquidz
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I wonder how long it will be before kids don't know what that sound is
User avatar #33 to #15 - theugandanhero
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Looks like it's gonna snow tomorrow
User avatar #18 to #15 - shunkahawolf
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**** YOU I CAN HEAR IT IN MT HEAD
#41 to #15 - anon id: 7e7d38c1
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That's white noise, the opposite of silence
White noise is every audible frequency sounding at once
User avatar #19 to #15 - skeptical
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If that's a recording of actual static about 10% of it is the Big Bang
#7 - flyslasher
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While that may not work, it's possible to create silence with noise. Modern attack helicopters have large speakers which plays a sound that helps cancel out the sound of their rotary blades.
User avatar #8 to #7 - sketchE
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i learned something about that in band. noises cancel each other out like if you play your instrument slightly of key you kan hear gaps wear the music sound is stopping
User avatar #10 to #8 - luthervonappledorf
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It also works to create a wave effect. If you play two notes at very slightly different frequencies they catch up to each other and then break off again which has some seriously weird effects on the brain.
#14 to #10 - hedggie
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It's called constructive and destructive interference.   
i liek physics
It's called constructive and destructive interference.
i liek physics
#38 to #7 - anon id: e4c84e35
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Thats mental that they can predict the frequency of the sound given off by the blades to make a completely out of phase wave, i would have thought something like wind velocity would have affected that slightly.
#3 - cptsparklez
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#2 - dansanz
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#50 - joshthekiwi
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God, it sounds so stupid I actually wanna try it now.
User avatar #20 - adu
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Well given that there's no such thing as absolute silence, and all he's doing is recording and amplifying white background noise to block out sounds, he's not actually wrong.
#30 to #20 - kmichel
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Well, there is a room in the US that has negative decibels. It's said that most people who go in there for about an hour or so hallucinate.
User avatar #34 to #30 - adu
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Not sure how decibels are measured, but 0 or negative decibels still doesn't imply "no noise" just extremely low external noise. An environment of absolutely no noise wouldn't be something a human could experience, because it would require all vibrations to come to a stop, which is something similar to "absolute zero" I imagine.
#35 to #34 - kmichel
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Oh I know, that's why I was careful not to say that there was no noise. That room is measured at -9 decibels. Just wanted to insert a cool fact I found recently.

There is also such a thing as "negative temperature" below absolute zero btw. You can read about on Wikipedia. Apparently -1 K is hotter than an infinite positive temperature. All of these weird things seem to be the result of our not so perfect definition of units of measurement.
User avatar #36 to #35 - adu
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Well ****, never heard of that before. That almost sounds like it doesn't make any sense whatsoever, since 0k is the point where all molecular motion stops. How would you get lower than that?
#44 to #36 - kmichel
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It has to do with temperature being defined as some sort of probability, but beyond that I don't really understand it either. Powerful lasers can apparently reach temperatures below 0K, but again, probably based on that probability based definition of temperature. You can never be at exactly 0K though. Just as 0.00000001K is unfathomably cold, -0.000000001 K is unfathomably hot, and strangely, hotter than, say -100 K. My field is engineering, not physics. I really don't have much of an idea about what this physically means!
#42 to #20 - anon id: 7e7d38c1
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Try an anechoic chamber, it has 0% reverb so the only sounds you percieve are the sound of the blood rushing in your ears . For all intents and purposes that's complete silence
User avatar #43 to #42 - adu
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It's the closest thing to silence, probably, but like you said, there's blood rushing through your ears, so complete silence is impossible to experience without being absolutely deaf.
#12 - fourtitwo
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Well, if he recorded silence and played it back at very high volume, wouldn't he be playing the static feedback you generally get, when you play something at really high volume? This is knows as white noise, and does in fact help block out other sounds.
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