posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 12:16 PM
OK.. My interest has been piqued.
I watched both the videos and a few things caught my attention:
1.) The audio behind the "PSK" slide sounds like an actual Amateur Radio PSK transmission. I will if I can pipe it through my Hamscope software and
see if I can read it.
2.) The Morse Code transmission in the second video appears to be a snippet from fairly normal Amateur Radio CW conversation. My Morse is a little
rusty from lack of use, but I can hear the normal station ID at the beginning of the segment and I'll try to slow it down to a speed that I can copy.
(It really has been years since I used CW but it's like riding a bicycle..hehe)
3.) Some of the random tranmissions of numbers/letters sound like the old "numbers station" transmissions and/or the coded messages from the
governments "Mainsail" frequency (11.1570 Mhz).
4.) The frequencies shown on the shortwave reciever in the videos do not seem significant, but showing this radio while the audio track plays what
sounds like a collections of snippets taken from various parts of the shortwave band seems to imply that these are, indeed, just random samples of
Beyond that something about this whole story seems to resonate with me on a level that I do not completely understand so I'll keep an eye on this
thread for future updates.
Thanks for posting, OP...S&F just cause its so darned intriquing.
ETA: A cursory search for the "Apex Society" did not turn up anything useful, but I'll keep trying.
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