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burndownmiddletown: mr-hoodrat: roe-your-boat: disparition: afloydianslip: fencehopping: Electron microscope video of a needle on a vinyl record. H O W  like you can tell me all you want how the sound is stored in the grooves but fucking H O W  HOW DOES THAT GET INTO THE NEEDLE HOW ARE THE VIBRATIONS TURNED INTO MUSIC THAT YOU CAN HEAR??? H O W The vibrations aren’t “turned into” music, they are music. When vibrations occur inside your inner ear, your brain processes this as sound. The grooves in a record are an analogy for these vibrations, a method of remembering them so that they can be recreated later on.  Put your hand on a speaker while loud music is playing and you’ll feel the vibrations. Those are exactly the same vibrations happening inside your ear when you hear the music.  But how do you capture that?  Take a surface that vibrates strongly when a sound is played, like the skin of a drumhead for example. Connect that surface to a little tool - when sound causes the surface to vibrate, the tool digs a little bit into some wax, leaving behind a pattern that matches - in proportion - the vibrations of the surface caused by the sound. This is your analogy (hence: analog music).  Now, when there’s no sound playing, you run that little tool back over the pattern. This causes the skin to vibrate again, this time in response to the tool running over the pattern instead of because of an external sound. The vibrations should match, proportionally, the original vibrations of the music.. and thus these new vibrations, if you were to amplify them, would be a recreation or “recording” of the original music.  That’s oversimplified of course and things have changed a lot since the days of wax, but that is very basically how the process of recording music worked at first, and the general idea of how sound gets from a groove in a record into your brain.  (reblogging for Disparition commentary)  Thank you Science side of tumblr I hugely appreciate people taking to the time explain stuff like this, as it helps put an end to the “wow, science is magic!” trope that’s become far too common. : burndownmiddletown: mr-hoodrat: roe-your-boat: disparition: afloydianslip: fencehopping: Electron microscope video of a needle on a vinyl record. H O W  like you can tell me all you want how the sound is stored in the grooves but fucking H O W  HOW DOES THAT GET INTO THE NEEDLE HOW ARE THE VIBRATIONS TURNED INTO MUSIC THAT YOU CAN HEAR??? H O W The vibrations aren’t “turned into” music, they are music. When vibrations occur inside your inner ear, your brain processes this as sound. The grooves in a record are an analogy for these vibrations, a method of remembering them so that they can be recreated later on.  Put your hand on a speaker while loud music is playing and you’ll feel the vibrations. Those are exactly the same vibrations happening inside your ear when you hear the music.  But how do you capture that?  Take a surface that vibrates strongly when a sound is played, like the skin of a drumhead for example. Connect that surface to a little tool - when sound causes the surface to vibrate, the tool digs a little bit into some wax, leaving behind a pattern that matches - in proportion - the vibrations of the surface caused by the sound. This is your analogy (hence: analog music).  Now, when there’s no sound playing, you run that little tool back over the pattern. This causes the skin to vibrate again, this time in response to the tool running over the pattern instead of because of an external sound. The vibrations should match, proportionally, the original vibrations of the music.. and thus these new vibrations, if you were to amplify them, would be a recreation or “recording” of the original music.  That’s oversimplified of course and things have changed a lot since the days of wax, but that is very basically how the process of recording music worked at first, and the general idea of how sound gets from a groove in a record into your brain.  (reblogging for Disparition commentary)  Thank you Science side of tumblr I hugely appreciate people taking to the time explain stuff like this, as it helps put an end to the “wow, science is magic!” trope that’s become far too common.
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memehumor: Conspiracies=Proof: Cinematograpner at Parallax Peak Nasa releases things slowly. We already have proof life is still there living underground. They'll tell us about it in 50 years maybe Like Reply Nov 23, 2016 4:53pm Edited Nice to know this guy has a direct contact with NASA. "claps Like Reply 19 Nov 23, 2016 6:05pm Le Triolet "We already have proof Show them me. Reply 4-23 hrs Like Cinematographer at Parallax Peak dont work for Nasa but this has been said and the proof was undeniable. Mars habitants live underneath the surface. Like Reply 22 hrs Proof? Where? Your response proves nothing. Like Reply O 4 20 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak Honestly, I am too lazy. If you really want to see be serious about and I will post. Like Reply 20 hrs Works at Manager - Business Deve lo pment Please post -I am also intrigued. Like Reply 3 19 hrs Skovlyskolen i am too lazy". What a stupid excuse. Stop this tinfoil bullshit Like Reply 5-18 hrs 12 hours later, we are still waiting Like Reply 1 14 hrs Le Triolet You're mistaking "proof" with "statement" There's no definitive proof that life STILL or HAD existed on Mars The last thing they showed to us was leaking hill, where you could see some wet spots coming out of the top of the hill Apparently it's water trapped inside minerals. APPARENTLY! Water doesn't always contain 'life' And if they did find life on MARS, what would be the way to difference it from the microscopic organisms they sent from Earth to Mars with all the probes and bullshit/crap they constantly send over there? The plan is already ruin, if something... we created or recreated life on Mars Watch more documentaries or informate yourself better, I'm not making this stuff up. It's from NASA themselves. They tried to decontaminate the probes so they never send microbes/spores and such into space but it's not possible to completely clean it. Life PROBABLY exist on Mars but is it from Martian origin or 'Earthian'? That's what worry them the most. Like Reply 14 hrs משתלן at ה this is what i call "the trickle theory" which says that nasa already knows about alien life but is breaking the news to the public ever so slowly so we don't freak out. i do wonder about it sometimes but there is no direct proof for it. Like Reply 7 hrs Edited -Cinematographer at Parallax Peak why are you so upset with me? Its one thing no beliving me, its another to respond that way. Have you have looked for the proof? Or do you just go around disproving proof Like Reply 7 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak t is, just look Like Reply 7 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak The people of mars are human. They are more advanced then us but not in the sense of what you think. It was a catastrophe a long time ago they caused the Martians to bring and live everything they know underground. The "scar is mars" shows the damage from the catastrophe that sent them underground. There are pictures from Nasa that show the translucent tunnels they use. Some actually show a ball traveling through them. Mars is not a dead lifeless planet. and it is definite ly not red. The original pictures Nasa released before they doctored them shows this. The real question is, if these people exist, and the planet is not dead as they say. Why do they not tell us these things? Is there a reason they don't want us to know about the people of mars? There are domes on Mars, there are statues of past ruins that they forget to doctor out of photos. Thanks to people obsessed with this topic they found things nasa wouldn't have think to photoshop out. Entire cities are smeared out of Google Mars. There are black objects on the surface that are blurred out for no reason. If you don't question these things or don't want to that's on you. Googling anything I just said will force you to think. Its deeper than what "nasa" tells people. Just like the pictures released of pluto recently actually say they were taken in 2011 Like Reply 7 hrs Edited Manning, Alberta you seem have hard time understanding what "proof" means. Perhaps you should consider purchasing an english dictionary. Like Reply 7 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak Whats with the insults? Like Reply 6 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak just said google what i typed. Are you that lazy??? its not like I can post pictures here. Like Reply 6 hrs btw, those links you get from googling it, isn't really proof was well. a lot of it leads to conspiracy sites....and those aren't good sources as proof. a lot of it is speculation, yes they ask a lot of questions, and they are all valid questions, but a lot of them don't get answered. Like Reply 6 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak You are not looking in the right place then. Proof to some what nasa tells them. So im done with this topic. If somebody would really like to talk I'll reply. I bet the people who believe everything nasa tells them are the same people who have faith in the government Like Reply 5 hrs What would we look for? Life from Earth is all we know, we wouldnt recognise life on Mars Cinematographer at Parallax Peak omg Like Reply 5 hrs memehumor: Conspiracies=Proof
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mtzler: bringbackourchildhood: In April 2015 influential Snapchat artist Mike Metzler (Snapchat name Metz044) recreates a drawing by Peter in Houston, in the United States of America. Peter is a child refugee from the conflict affecting north-east Nigeria in a UNICEF supported Child Friendly Space in Dar es Salaam Refugee camp, Lake Region of Chad. Peter was separated from his family during the attack in Baga. His family is alive in Maiduguri and he has been able to speak with them on a cellphone. He misses the landscape and the animals at home. The environment is very different in Chad, more arid and lacking vegetation. Mr. Metzler says “After reading Peter’s story and looking at his image I realized how much I take the landscape for granted and how much I would miss the animals, trees and environment if I was forced to move to a completely different environment.” The drawing was recreated in a positive children’s cartoon stylized fashion, with an emphasis on green landscapes and colorful animals as described in Peter’s story and picture. I partnered with UNICEF to tell the story of Peter on Snapchat. Very excited and proud to be a part of this campaign.: LAYON QW Metz044 mtzler: bringbackourchildhood: In April 2015 influential Snapchat artist Mike Metzler (Snapchat name Metz044) recreates a drawing by Peter in Houston, in the United States of America. Peter is a child refugee from the conflict affecting north-east Nigeria in a UNICEF supported Child Friendly Space in Dar es Salaam Refugee camp, Lake Region of Chad. Peter was separated from his family during the attack in Baga. His family is alive in Maiduguri and he has been able to speak with them on a cellphone. He misses the landscape and the animals at home. The environment is very different in Chad, more arid and lacking vegetation. Mr. Metzler says “After reading Peter’s story and looking at his image I realized how much I take the landscape for granted and how much I would miss the animals, trees and environment if I was forced to move to a completely different environment.” The drawing was recreated in a positive children’s cartoon stylized fashion, with an emphasis on green landscapes and colorful animals as described in Peter’s story and picture. I partnered with UNICEF to tell the story of Peter on Snapchat. Very excited and proud to be a part of this campaign.

mtzler: bringbackourchildhood: In April 2015 influential Snapchat artist Mike Metzler (Snapchat name Metz044) recreates a drawing by Pe...

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mtzler: bringbackourchildhood: In April 2015 influential Snapchat artist Mike Metzler (Snapchat name Metz044) recreates a drawing by Peter in Houston, in the United States of America. Peter is a child refugee from the conflict affecting north-east Nigeria in a UNICEF supported Child Friendly Space in Dar es Salaam Refugee camp, Lake Region of Chad. Peter was separated from his family during the attack in Baga. His family is alive in Maiduguri and he has been able to speak with them on a cellphone. He misses the landscape and the animals at home. The environment is very different in Chad, more arid and lacking vegetation. Mr. Metzler says “After reading Peter’s story and looking at his image I realized how much I take the landscape for granted and how much I would miss the animals, trees and environment if I was forced to move to a completely different environment.” The drawing was recreated in a positive children’s cartoon stylized fashion, with an emphasis on green landscapes and colorful animals as described in Peter’s story and picture. I partnered with UNICEF to tell the story of Peter on Snapchat. Very excited and proud to be a part of this campaign.: LAYON QW Metz044 mtzler: bringbackourchildhood: In April 2015 influential Snapchat artist Mike Metzler (Snapchat name Metz044) recreates a drawing by Peter in Houston, in the United States of America. Peter is a child refugee from the conflict affecting north-east Nigeria in a UNICEF supported Child Friendly Space in Dar es Salaam Refugee camp, Lake Region of Chad. Peter was separated from his family during the attack in Baga. His family is alive in Maiduguri and he has been able to speak with them on a cellphone. He misses the landscape and the animals at home. The environment is very different in Chad, more arid and lacking vegetation. Mr. Metzler says “After reading Peter’s story and looking at his image I realized how much I take the landscape for granted and how much I would miss the animals, trees and environment if I was forced to move to a completely different environment.” The drawing was recreated in a positive children’s cartoon stylized fashion, with an emphasis on green landscapes and colorful animals as described in Peter’s story and picture. I partnered with UNICEF to tell the story of Peter on Snapchat. Very excited and proud to be a part of this campaign.

mtzler: bringbackourchildhood: In April 2015 influential Snapchat artist Mike Metzler (Snapchat name Metz044) recreates a drawing by Pe...

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