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sixpenceee:

In case you don’t already know a 3D audio is an audio that feels like it’s happening RIGHT in front of you.
That’s right, listeners can actually FEEL the sounds and it’s just something you need to experience.
I have posted a few and the feedback was intense. 
You must wear headphones! Make sure the right headphone is in the right ear and the left is in the left. 
THE INTERROGATION CHAMBER
VIRTUAL BARBER SHOP
THE SEANCE
CHESHIRE CAT 
MACHU PICCHU HIKE
SCARY 3D SOUNDS
CAN YOU SAVE CHRISTMAS?
VIRTUAL DENTIST
AUDIO ILLUSION
BOUND & BLINDFOLDED
3D SONG
Warning: Not recommended for those with anxiety, some of these audios contain violent content
You may also like: 10 CREEPY AUDIO RECORDINGS

sixpenceee:

In case you don’t already know a 3D audio is an audio that feels like it’s happening RIGHT in front of you.

That’s right, listeners can actually FEEL the sounds and it’s just something you need to experience.

I have posted a few and the feedback was intense. 

You must wear headphones! Make sure the right headphone is in the right ear and the left is in the left. 

Warning: Not recommended for those with anxiety, some of these audios contain violent content

You may also like: 10 CREEPY AUDIO RECORDINGS

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princesshoneycunt:

ed-pool:

"I want my father back, you son of a bitch"

"And for a moment, he was alive. And my fairy tale came true."

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sixpenceee:

Alma is a creepy short film that is about 5 minutes long. It’s about a adorable little girl, who finds a doll that looks just like her in an abandoned store. I’m not going to spoil it for you, but this short film was disturbingly amazing. (Watch it here) (Masterpost of creepy short films)

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minimalmac:

In case you missed seeing it during the Apple Event this week.

(Source: youtube.com)

laughingsquid:

‘The Idiot’s Guide to Smart People’ Explains How Smart People Look at Sports

thenewenlightenmentage:

A Black Hole Doesn’t Die — It Does Something A Lot Weirder
Black holes are basically “game over, man,” for anything that gets too close to them, but they aren’t invincible. In fact, they’re always in the process of self-destructing. We’ll look at how they fizzle out, and see if we can help them do it faster.
The Event Horizon
Realistically speaking, you are dead as soon as you get anywhere near a black hole. You’ll be snapped like a rubber band by the differences in the gravitational pull on your top and bottom half, or you’ll be fried by radiation (more on that later). No one in the foreseeable future (even if we try to foresee multiple millennia into the future) will get close to a black hole. Pass the event horizon, however, and you don’t even have an unforeseeable future. Once material gets beyond the event horizon, it’s being pulled into the black hole with such force that it doesn’t escape. Not even light gets out. Once something has gone beyond the event horizon, it no longer really “counts” as part of the universe anymore.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

A Black Hole Doesn’t Die — It Does Something A Lot Weirder

Black holes are basically “game over, man,” for anything that gets too close to them, but they aren’t invincible. In fact, they’re always in the process of self-destructing. We’ll look at how they fizzle out, and see if we can help them do it faster.

The Event Horizon

Realistically speaking, you are dead as soon as you get anywhere near a black hole. You’ll be snapped like a rubber band by the differences in the gravitational pull on your top and bottom half, or you’ll be fried by radiation (more on that later). No one in the foreseeable future (even if we try to foresee multiple millennia into the future) will get close to a black hole. Pass the event horizon, however, and you don’t even have an unforeseeable future. Once material gets beyond the event horizon, it’s being pulled into the black hole with such force that it doesn’t escape. Not even light gets out. Once something has gone beyond the event horizon, it no longer really “counts” as part of the universe anymore.

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superfriedscienceguy:

"Math is the dialect of the universe"…. What does that even mean? There are things we observe in the universe and sometimes we don’t always understand them. Thats why we invented math. Math is the manual of the universe. A guide to help us understand why things happen the way they do. The universe threw countless mysteries at us and we honed those mysteries using numbers. Numbers interpret the way the universe works and translates it so that we can understand the universe. It is the “google translate” of everything. We didn’t give quantitive values to things that were qualitative. The universe did. We, however, deciphered the code that the universe had set forth and did it without every using a single word. Math is to real life as binary is to computers. It’s the encryption of how things should happen, and it follows that code down to the letter. Thats because the universe IS math. Math teaches us to learn the ways of everything. There is so much underlying wisdom in math. So much latent potential in math. 

Math is… underrated. From now on, rather than trying to memorize x and y or the quadratic equation, learn that x and y are values that are susceptible to change and that the quadratic equation represents a pattern that YOU can use to your advantage. Math is a tool more valuable than any other. Learn to use it

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