posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 07:57 PM
On May 19 of 1997, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) was using an array of hydrophones (basically underwater microphones) when
they discovered a strange sound, which is commonly referred to as "Slow Down" because the way that it, well, slows down!
Listen to it here:
It was located at stable.toolserver.org...
(unidentified_sound)¶ms=15_S_115_W_scale:40000000 , roughly
off the coast of South America.
To this day, the sound remains a mystery.
Remember the location and date that this sound appeared. It is similar to the next one.
Several times during the summer of 1997, "The Bloop" was heard by the NOAA using an array of hydrophones.
Go here to hear the sound: The Bloop
Scientists say that it is similar to the sound whales make, but it is far too loud to come from a whale. Judgeing by the sound level of it, the whale
would have to be 3 times larger than a Blue Whale!
It originated from stable.toolserver.org...
(unidentified_sound)¶ms=50_S_100_W_scale:40000000 , around
the coast of South America.
To this day, the sound remains unexplained.
Here are two sounds, from two similar locations, at dates that are near eachother, that have no explanation.
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