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Русский: Звук из бездны: Вам представлена модель звука космического объекта Q0906+6930, которая проявляется в радиодиапазоне. Чем ближе мы становимся к черной дыре, тем более интенсивнее меняется частотный диапазон. Мы слышим пульсирующий звук, так как он связан с движением гравитационных полей. А через некоторое время, мы проходим "Горизонт событий" и оказываемся внутри. Дальше идет гипотеза, что внутри располагается сингулярность и возможность перехода во времени и пространстве (кротовая нора).

Для большей наглядности мной было создано видео сопровождение.

Черная дыра. Можно себе только представить, что нет во вселенной страшнее монстра, который бы пожирал все что ему встречается, не разбирая галактика это, звезда, планета или любой другой космический объект.
English: SOUND FROM THE ABYSS: The model of the sound space object Q0906 + 6930, which manifests in a radio range. The closer we get to the black hole, the more intense the changing frequency range. We hear a pulsing sound, since it is associated with the movement of gravitational fields. And after a while, we pass "The event horizon" and find ourselves inside a black hole. Next comes the hypothesis that is located inside the singularity and the ability to move in time and space (wormhole). For greater clarity, I had created a video accompaniment.
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