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originally posted by: Bluesma
This is funny...
Yesterday I was hearing this exact sound outside my home. We live in a remote area- the only thing we ever hear around here is birds or wind in the trees!
It was so freaky, I was walking around trying to find the source of it, and had decided to go get my phone and record it for ATS!
When I found my neighbor was having work done on the exterior of their house and had a big scaffolding system set up, that was making these eery sounds as the wind blew through it.
LOL! If I had posted the recording, we'd all end up thinking I recorded space music - from my backyard.
originally posted by: gpols
This is pretty cool.
I'd like to know what these occurrences would sound like to our ears. Or is the silence what we would hear? Sounds like a variation of your typical sine wave that plays at different frequencies.
originally posted by: FHomerK
a reply to: FHomerK
Although I shouldn't be, I am amazed at the responses this thread has gotten.
I found something that I thought was pretty damned cool. Cool enough, that even NASA is looking into it. Yet the responses I've gotten have all been in one of the three categories below
- making fun of the article
- people wanting to educate me personally on the matter, because you know, they're experts and what NASA has to say about it is not enough
- Incredulous responses claiming that the sound could not have been made
Folks, I shared this because I thought it was interesting, pure and simple. I was not trying to use it to underscore some claim I was making, nor did I proclaim it to be absolute truth or fallacy.
And these are the responses it gets?
ATS, you need to check yourself. Pure and simple.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: Sillyolme
Oh remember that star trek movie with the whales. They're hoping to get an answer from our sperm whales.
I'm pretty sure it's real Gas Music from Jupiter.