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AUDIO: Ambient Engine Noise From Star Trek TNG’s Enterprise…Idling for 24 Hours

Just the other day I was thinking to myself how wonderful it would be if I could escape the everyday pressures of my workaday life by enclosing myself in a sensory deprivation tank. Only instead of silence I would listen to the ambient engine noise of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D. And instead of a sensory deprivation tank, I would be sitting in front of a web browser showing a YouTube video.

Thanks to Laughing Squid for making my dreams come true…

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John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

3 Comments on AUDIO: Ambient Engine Noise From Star Trek TNG’s Enterprise…Idling for 24 Hours

  1. Actually, John, if you really want to “escape the everyay pressures of my workaday life by enclosing myself in a sensory deprivation tank,” just turn off the Internet. It amounts to the same thing, right?

    Thanks for the link. Very funny.

  2. The Internet has an off switch? :s

  3. I assume that’s a loop.  I used to listen to this 7 hour ambient album called Somnium while sleeping.  But I kept waking up throughout the night.

     

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