MIT physicists capture audio of a “perfect fluid”, people put it on their Soundcloud playlists

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Image of audio file, by Christine Daniloff of MIT

In the realm of physics, a “perfect” fluid is one that flows with the smallest amount viscosity possible under quantum mechanics. It’s predicted that you’d find them occurring naturally in the core of neutron stars.

A group of MIT scientists recently created one artificially, and they blasted it with sound waves to see how it would respond. — Read the rest