Static on Your TV is Caused by the Big Bang!

Nov 3, 2016

 

It is a widely held theory among scientists that the universe was created around 13.8 billion years ago when everything erupted from a singularity in an event known as the Big Bang. Analog TVs use radio waves to transmit information, and some of that static is your television interpreting microwaves from the Big Bang. NASA describes it as: Turn your television to an “in between” channel, and part of the static you’ll see is the afterglow of the big bang.

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