Glacier Audio Records Made From Glacier Ice

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This is popping up everywhere, and it's pretty neat.  Katie Paterson is an artist who recorded natural sounds from Iceland's glaciers, then collected natural ice melt from the glaciers.  She then pressed three records made of the refrozen ice with the audio transferred.  It took each record two hours of continuous play to melt, but you can hear a sample of what it sounded like here.  via todayandtomorrow

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