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The Sound of the Earth

Artist Lotte Geeven traveled to what is perhaps the deepest hole on Earth, a 5.5-mile deep rift in the Czech Republic, and listened. This is the sound of the Earth, most likely seismic waves converted into the audible range. I find no fault in this music :)

We live on a creaking, grinding, swelling, shrinking, popping, and shaking blob of molten magma and magnetic metal surrounded by a thin candy shell. Never forget that.

Now that I think about it, Earth and I must be related because MY belly makes this same sound if you put your ear up to it. (via Verge)

Previously: Listen to a volcano scream before it erupts.

Reblogged from It's Okay To Be Smart

Sparrows on Flowering Crabapple Branches
by Tōhaku Hasegawa(Nobuharu) detail/Hanging scroll,ink and color on paper/92.0cm×35.7cm/private collection
長谷川等伯(信春)”海棠に雀図” 部分 Full

Sparrows on Flowering Crabapple Branches

by Tōhaku Hasegawa(Nobuharu) detail/Hanging scroll,ink and color on paper/92.0cm×35.7cm/private collection

長谷川等伯(信春)”海棠に雀図” 部分 Full