io9.com reports that Voyageur 1 has left the solar system and its recordings indicate that the sounds that can be heard in interstellar space are “shrill, wraithlike cries.” You can listen for yourself by clicking here.
3 Questions That Arise From This Story
1. How did W. Axl Rose and all the other 1980s glam rockers wind up in space? At least now we know where they’ve been all these years: sending shrill-like faxes asking us to rescue them from space.
2. When will parents stop bringing their crying babies on flights? It is equally disturbing to other passengers whether you are flying from Newark to Albany or Earth to interstellar space.
3. Why can they hear crystal clear, shrill, wraithlike cries in outerspace, and your carrier keeps dropping all of the fuzzy calls playing shrill 1980s glam rock while you are kept on hold for an hour, as you call your carrier to complain? Thank you for continuing to hold. Someone will be pleased to answer your question from outer space shortly.
Well, it’s only a matter of time before phone services are outsourced to outer space to minimum-wage interstellar wraiths.
Seems like something Congress will slip into the latest government funding bill.