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Rend Me Your Ears: ENCORE   Shh - can you keep it down?  Nope.  Not unless you want to do away with civilization.  Our buzzing, humming, whirling, machine-driven world is a poster child for technological progress, right?  As is hearing loss.  It’s driven one man to...

Rend Me Your Ears: ENCORE Shh - can you keep it down? Nope. Not unless you want to do away with civilization. Our buzzing, humming, whirling, machine-driven world is a poster child for technological progress, right? As is hearing loss. It’s driven one man to...

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Rend Me Your Ears: ENCORE Shh - can you keep it down? Nope. Not unless you want to do away with civilization. Our buzzing, humming, whirling, machine-driven world is a poster child for technological progress, right? As is hearing loss. It’s driven one man to...

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Lunghezza:
51 minuti
Pubblicato:
Sep 26, 2011
Formato:
Episodio podcast

Descrizione

ENCORE Shh - can you keep it down? Nope. Not unless you want to do away with civilization. Our buzzing, humming, whirling, machine-driven world is a poster child for technological progress, right? As is hearing loss. It’s driven one man to search the world for silence. We’ll hear what he didn’t hear, and what Einstein predicted we should hear in deep space, where gravitational waves may reveal the hidden sounds of the universe, including the birth of black holes.
Guests:

George Foy - Author of Zero Decibels: The Quest for Absolute Silence
Garret Keizer - Author of The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want
Craig Hogan - Director for Particle Astrophysics at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Descripción en español
First aired July 5, 2010
Pubblicato:
Sep 26, 2011
Formato:
Episodio podcast