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See Static? You’re Seeing The Last Remnants of The Big Bang

The origin of the universe is right before your eyes

Photo by Zach Vessels on Unsplash

In the early 90s, we had an old black and white TV — you know, the kind with two ‘bunny ear’ antennae. At that time, we had four channels and, if you turned the dial a certain way, you’d see static, like a blizzard, hurling snowflakes at the glass screen.

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Rosie Alderson, PhD

Rosie Alderson, PhD

(Hungry) Science Nerd: educator, writer and general foodie.

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