In 2006, NASA stumbled across a source of radio waves with six times the intensity of any other source ever measured. In fact, alone it produced a more intense radio signal than all the stars and galaxies in the entire universe put together. So what the hell was it?
From deafening monkey howls to snapping crustacean claws, animals use powerful sounds to do everything from claim territory to stun prey.
Good ol' Frank Whittle: he dreamed up a device that can both deafen and thrill you at the same time. And you don't even have to be an aircraft fanatic to enjoy these jet engine test videos put together by OObject...the engineering, the noise and general "but what if it blows up?" bonkersness of running a chained-down…