So we can't hear sound in a vacuum because there's no air to propagate the vibration. But from what I understand, black holes make vibrations in space-time. So much so that scientists can detect black holes by measuring these vibrations using equipment that will actually, physically vibrate because of black holes. Right?
Does that mean that if you stand close enough to a black hole... Not close enough to get sucked and die. Wearing only some space suit to keep you alive. Would you actually hear a sound, coming from the black hole, through the vacuum, vibrating your suit and your ear drums? Or do we need specialized equipment to detect those vibrations that our ears drums do not have?