posted on Mar, 12 2011 @ 04:11 PM
reply to post by Hithe Merinos
That actually is a very good question. There are two schools of thought on this.
The first is that some of that is telemetry interference, which is what I happen to believe - the problem is that we have absolutely no idea which
instrument he is pulling the waveform from and frankly his description leaves me a little dubious. That sound appears in various seismic waveforms -
for example it often occurs at Yellowstone (don't freak out that just happens to be the one I listen to most often
) - but it also occurs on many
other waveform files. In my humble opinion most or all of that is signal interference of some kind or other and anyway that should have been filtered.
Next we don't know what sample rate the instrument had or what his play back speed was. I guess if you downloaded the file you could find the
playback sample rate.
The other possibility, which is one that I do not subscribe to, that has been put forward by some is that it is scalar energy. Since it has never been
demonstrated that scalar energy exists I personally consider it unlikely but I mention it for completeness.
The main point is that I also produced a file for the 8.9 and there was none of that noise in it. Now why is that? Bad processing on his part as far
as I am concerned.
By the way the file I got that sound from was an instrument in Yellowstone (MCID) and was played back at 8000Hz which is 80x the original 100Hz sample