Do you want to hear the song of creation?

 

In the beginning there was the Word we are told by The Bible. Some have interpreted this to mean that sound preceded everything else in creation. Certainly in my work exploring the Black Hole Principle (BHP) I have found that sound seems to precede the creative ejections that come from creative bodies across space. You can call it a song of creation of sorts.

If you remember, The Black Hole Principle says that all levels of the universe work in much the same way – there are differences in types of particles and radiation, but it is all the same process from black holes to quarks.

Part of the hallmarks of this creative process are radio waves and sound waves. One of the simplest ways to think about this is to think of thunder. I have explained in the past that that thunderstorms are an example of Black Hole Principle behaviour with antimatter, matter and gamma-ray bursts as well as water being produced. Thunder which is so familiar to us is a great example of the way sound can accompany the black hole process.

Interestingly sounds are indeed being discovered at different levels of the universe. Some of the sounds are not audible to humans but we can hear them when they are processed.
So here are some examples of sounds being produced by the Black Hole Principle at different levels of the universe.

The Sun

It appears that when a Coronal Mass Ejection occurs, space probes pick up the equivalent of a screeching noise.

 

The Earth

Scientists are starting to notice a hum from the Earth and cannot explain why. Again something totally predictable from BHP.

 

Comets

This is a very interesting one as until fairly recently we didn’t think much of comets – they were thought to be icy snowballs. Then it was found that they too emit charged particles, therefore displaying black Hole Principle behaviour too.

It was also a shock when they heard these sounds in this video – the frequencies have been manipulated so that we can hear them. You can hear the sound via this link.

http://www.space.com/27737-comet-song-rosetta-spacecraft.html

And on this clip we have the sound of a black hole itself. Ignore the erroneous guff about the black hole chewing up a star, they are just saying that as they are trying to explain why the black hole is emitting so regularly.

More sounds reported by NASA

So sound accompanies the ejections from the various bodies, be it thunder or a corneal mass ejection. What changes is the level at which it is occurring. The process is fundamentally the same.

I hope you have enjoyed our foray into the sounds of the universe and the song of creation.

If you would like to know more about how The Black Hole Principle and other scientific concepts can help you in your own life then have a look at Simply Divine, an online course which connects the cosmos with your daily well being.

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