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Sound origination. Air Molecules Microphone
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Originally posted by ADHDsux4me
If it weren't for the common knowledge that this is science, we might as well call it magic becuase we don't (at least the majority of us) don't know how electronics work.
Fry: How could they even know about a show from 1000 years ago?
Prof: Well, Omicron Persei 8 is about 1000 light years away, so the electro-magnetic waves would just recently have gotten there, you see...
Fry: Magic, Got it.
Is it at all possible that differing combinations of opposing/supplementary sound frequencies can give our aural translators (in the brain) the effect of hearing something that doesn't sound like it is audible, yet is?
Originally posted by navajoprophet
I have a program on my computer that I use to make EVP
its called EVP Maker seriously
Originally posted by CloudlessKnight
Electronic Voice Phenomina is always fascinating. The simple aspect of hearing the voice of someone on a recording that was not in the area being recorded in is just mind blowing, to me. First time I ever heard of this was on that Ghost Hunters show (does that show still run, by the way?), and I had to take a step back and readdress some of my thoughts on the reality of ghosts.
Well, my question is: Shouldn't we be able to hear these voices with the naked ear? A little hand-held recording device is a rather simple machine, is it not? It records sounds (sound waves). Sounds can not exist without sound waves, right? Machines don't have ESP, and if all this device is doing is picking up sound waves in the air, shouldn't something as complex as the human ear and brain be able to pick up on it?
How come we don't hear these voices? My take is that maybe our minds are conditioned by others to think that these sounds don't exist, so then our minds block out the sounds and the ability to pick up on them becomes atrophied. Or maybe the voices are carried on a sort of radio frequency? Then again, I didn't think that hand-held recorders picked up on radio waves.
Anyways, what are your thoughts on this? Does anyone know why we don't hear the EVP with our own ears?
[edit on 1-5-2005 by CloudlessKnight]