Joel Polowin jpolowin at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 9 16:41:05 BST 2021

Mark Allums <mark at allums.email> wrote:
> Big Bang radiation is 3K temperature.? Microwave.? Wouldn't show up on
> a TV.

The Big Bang radiation has a distribution of wavelengths / frequencies /
energies.  Most of it is in the microwave region, but a small part of it
is energetic enough to contribute to the random static that shows when a
TV is tuned to a channel that isn't being broadcast.

Or so I am informed by multiple sources.  Some of them pre-internet.


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