Where to put my wife
@Dr Orpheus, I can’t stop laughing at your comment
Lewis Black tells us that the end of the universe is in Houston, Texas, where there is a Starbucks across the streeet from a Starbucks
Its called an echo chamber my man. It has to do with the angles of the immediate surrounding objects.
As if anything important is in Tulsa Oklahoma
Fun story, I used to work across the street from this. Can't confirm this though, never bothered trying.
@TheGreatPwn, I live in OKC and have been there a couple times. It’s pretty interesting.
@Superhornyninja, is the rumor true?
@TheGreatPwn, how could you not try this you needed to walk across the street
@Soulless at birth, it sounds like a mix between echoing and whispering in your ear. It’s hard to explain but it’s one of those fun little things to go do if you’re in the area.
@Superhornyninja, awesome, I'll have to check it out someday!
@Superhornyninja, Tulsa is too far of a drive from Edmond so I won't be going even if it is interesting.
@Superhornyninja, not if my tin foil hat has anything to say about that!
@Superhornyninja, I live in Tulsa. It's really not that interesting
@Superhornyninja, in fact, there's really not anything in this state that's interesting
It’s like nature’s Tumblr
Live in Tulsa, can vouch this totally works. Super trippy!
@MissyLouWho, hi me too
*stands in the center*
*hears Vegeta screaming*
I went to try it. Couldn't get it to work, seems like alot of people have stolen bricks. Nice place though. It's also built up alot since that picture.
I live in Tulsa and have been there. The reason is probably because of all of the old and tall buildings around it making the noise bounce around perfectly.
There are a few of these on my college campus. They work bc the ground below the bricks is hollow so it echoes.
There's a very similar thing at University of North Carolina Charlotte on the campus.
@Super GingerBoy, where and what is it called on the campus? I don't live too far from Charlotte and may try to check it out one day.
Hey it’s my city! Go Tulsa
We actually have something on campus that accidentally does the same thing
It's fun, Mizzou has one too, Speaker's Circle.
@Breezy Lunchbox, are you making a joke, cuz speakers circle is nothing like this? Unless you're just saying people go to the center to hear themselves talk, and no one outside is listening, then I'd agree, lol.
Isn’t there no center to the universe? Wasn’t that part of the reason for the Big Bang Theory because nothing can be the center if it was all expanded from a certain point so every point is the center?
@DaMoon, I think the name is a reference to the phrase "they think they're the centre of the universe", as opposes to a physical place. Because not only are you correct that the universe is continuously expanding, but we're not even close to the possible 'centre'.
There's some rings like that at a college in Mississippi too.