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May 10, 2022


NASA pinpoints terrifying ‘sounds’ echoing from distant black hole

(Thanks to Doug Ogg)


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Sounds like it might be a technical clitch caused by NASA not accounting for Mercury being in retrograde thus confusing the sounds with ongoing probing of Uranus.

More cowbell.

It might be a good plan to send some Slim Whitman music back at them. It should be enough to keep any potential alien invaders at bay.


The Slim Whitman number kind of wrecked my mojo.

man tom---Just think of what Slim Whitman would do to the aliens.

You have angered the Great Old Ones, and they have loosened the SHOGGOTHs!

I fail to understand the problem. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has heard terrifying sounds come from a black hole.

"Hey you guys, let's snap out it and get back to work monitoring those sounds from the distant black hole."

Is is any worse than Michael Moore chewing celery with his mouth open ?

Proving yet again that NOTHING escapes a black hole, because black holes don't exist.

V'ger wanting to talk to whales?...

I imagine there is a foley artist who will use this.

Sounds a lot like Dory from Finding Nemo talking to the whales.

I'd drink too if I had to deal with all these people.

^^ Oops, wrong thread. Maybe I've been drinking.

Clankie, what makes you think Michael Moore has ever chewed celery?

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