Listening to the Origin of the Universe

The static on television sets is partly composed of the background microwave radiation of the big bang, and so we've always been able to watch the birth of the universe from the comfort of our own homes. I'm not sure if the sound of the static is similarly constituted, but if that doesn't satisfy anyone, John Cramer (otherwise known, at least in philosophical circles, for proposing the most plausible backwards-causation model of quantum mechanics) has produced some sound files simulating what the origin of the universe sounded like. Sounds a little like an engine humming down into inertia —perfect for sampling, or going to sleep to.