Odd News: Have You Heard About B Flat?

img B Flat Minor  There are a few odd things about the note B Flat as reported from various sources.

Besides that some mountains in the Antarctica seem to sing in the B-Flat range by the polar winds:


  • To alligators it’s the sound of an invading alligator and so it drives them crazy
  • When transposed to a audible range Black Holes sounds like B-flat
  • When you hum B-Flat the hum will “move away from you”








via: NPR

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