Ok, here's one then.
Gravity pulls planets into spheres, but if they're rotating, the inertia pulls them into oblate spheroids where their radius is bigger at the equator than the poles. Earth is about .3% wider at the equator than at the pole. For Saturn though, it's more like 10%. The real weird planets though...
I recently updated my phone and the audio quality I get from my headphones is an incredible difference.
The phone is a Moto g9 Play and the headphones are relatively cheap Soundpeats wireless dual-driver in-ear. There is something about this combo that just works. I can hear clear separation in a mix that I couldn't before. Vocals sit better, not above the mix, but nestled. Better than my studio cans.
I suspect that a lot of the quality comes from the dual drivers in the earpieces. #music
#introduction Well maybe reintroduction. Twitter refugee and amateur hadron collider looking for a good alternative to waste time. I made this account a while ago but didn't really get how this platform works. Gonna give it another go!
If you want to follow, I apologise in advance for being weird, and would love some suggestions for who to follow.
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