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pulsar (pùl´sär´) noun
Any of several celestial radio sources emitting short, intense bursts of radio waves, x-rays, or visible electromagnetic radiation at regular intervals, generally believed to be rotating neutron stars.
star: quasi-stellar object, quasar, quasi-stellar radio source, pulsar, neutron star, black hole, white hole
Pulsar sounds are constantly
downloaded on the internet by NASA
and other astrophysical research bodies. A pulsar is a quick drum
beat. So at times you can cycle in a quick
drumbeat of a pulsar. A pulsar is an "intelligent" white hole.
The information of the other side of the
universe is going through a black hole and is coming out
through a pulsar as a white hole.