posted on Jan, 10 2008 @ 09:52 PM
I don't think there is... The bit of data that your computer analyses, if played, would probably only play for a few seconds (if you could somehow
convert it into audio). I guess maybe if SETI does eventually find something, they would be able to convert it themselves to demonstrate what an
extraterrestrial signal sounds like.
I know that they're listening on what's known as the 'hydrogen line', I think it's about 1420MHz... No one on earth is allowed to transmit on
that frequency, so they're really just listening for little blips around that mark.