10 hours of ambient noise from an "icebreaker in the frozen arctic"


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/02/06/10-hours-of-ambient-noise-from.html


#2

First ship out’a Academy was a supplier following an icebreaker in the Arctic. It was delisiously quiet, good for the sleepy time.


#3

This is even better than the 24 hour ST:TNG engine idle video.


#4

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.


#5

I prefer the one with calm cafe chatter. Brrr!


#6

I do like this. :slight_smile:


#7

I think I saw a ghost.


#8

dreamed I was wasting gas to be someplace I shouldn’t be and couldn’t leave.


#9

I suppose it would be difficult to get the ten hours without the sound of the equipment keeping you alive.


#10

That’s delicio.us. Bookmarking this for July.


#12

I put this on while doing other things, it took me places…when I turned it off, I was just in my stupid room. 10/10 would donner party again


#13

I like that there’s no loop.
My wife got me a clock radio that had rain, storms, night time sounds, etc… and I could hear the loops so I couldn’t use them.


#14

I don’t think that’s an actual video?


#15

Some might find this calming. To me it sounds like the rush of blood in my ears nearly every time there’s news from Washington DC.


#16

Those eyes, they won’t stop staring at me!!!


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#18

Icey McIcebreakerFace’s debut album, “Stuck in the Ice Ice Baby”


#19

Add a foghorn, turn up the bass, and Lustmord will hit you with a takedown request :smiley:


#20

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