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Uploaded by PoliticalSeer on Mar 7, 2011
Stresses on Earth are causing sounds to emanate from the earth through caves. Could it be why we are seeing so much seismic activity on the planet?
Here is the original article:
"There is a secret cave of spirits in Tibet. This cave is not known to the public.
The tibetan saints are sleeping in this cave. The oldmen and monks are saying that Shiva is starting to sing his mantra calling for Gods to return to the Earth. This mantra has three levels. The last level means the coming of the new era.
Listen to this sound recorded by russian enthusiasts who were allowed to visit the place near the cave where it was possible to record the sound. This sound has no artificial changes and is presented in raw format (only noises were reducted).
Originally posted by kitkatcat
reply to post by zorgon
I personally believe this "recording" to be fraudulent. If you line up the Voyager's "Jupiter Sounds" they are an almost exact match.
It does sound very beautiful, but unfortunately from a different planet :]
If you don't believe me check out the Jupiter clip, and some of the comments on the Tibet Cave youtube video. Many others seem to agree.
The oil emanating from the seafloor contains about 40 percent methane, compared with about 5 percent found in typical oil deposits, said John Kessler, a Texas A&M University oceanographer who is studying the impact of methane from the spill.
This is the most vigorous methane eruption in modern human history.
Originally posted by this_is_who_we_are
Our hollow planet rings like a bell. Didn't an astronaut say something about the moon ringing like a bell during a Moon mission?
There were other anomalies discovered by the space missions that I didn't mention. The astronauts found it extremely difficult to drill into the surface of the moon below the loose dust layer. When the discarded descent stages of the spacecrafts crashed on the moon, NASA noted that the moon "rang like a gong or bell" for up to four hours after impact.
Seismic data plots (seismograms) provide a visual record of earthquake activity, as well as other vibrations in the earth caused by natural and man-made phenomena. For example, seismographs located near shipping routes are able to detect the passage of freighters and cruise ships. Those near railway lines detect trains as they pass close by. Seismographs in exposed areas, especially along the West Coast, will detect vibrations in the ground caused by high winds. These instruments are sensitive to even the most minute vibrations, and are able to detect signals from earthquakes occurring thousands of kilometers away.
Acoustic reflection profile above collected in 1992 using a compressed-air sound source of 650 cu. cm. (40 cu. in.) fired on 3 second interval. Signals were recorded at 120 to 850 Hz with a Mark 5a 6-m hydrophone array from the Nova Scotia Research Foundation (NSRF). Resolution is about 20m. South of the mud volcano, deeper reflections are blocked, probably as a result of gas accumulating along horizons as shallow as 60m below the sea floor. Width of the short black line above the mud volcano represents the 30-m-diameter circle within which all the core samples were collected.
In addition to naturally occurring oil and gas seeps in the Santa Barbara Channel, north of Los Angeles, methane and hydrogen sulfide gases are actively discharging at the crest of a mud volcano only 24 kilometers west-southwest of Redondo Beach, California. The mud volcano is 30m high and its top is about the size of a football field. It formed as gas-charged sediment from depth squeezed up to the sea floor, probably along an active fault at the edge of the offshore Santa Monica Basin. The top of the mud volcano is about 800m below the sea surface, and at this depth the water pressure is 80 times the atmospheric pressure at sea level. As a result, water and methane gas at this pressure "freezes" to form what is termed a methane hydrate. The hydrate ice becomes incorporated in the surrounding ocean-floor sediment. The photo of a cross-section of a sediment core (see below) reveals the rapidly disassociating chunk of hydrate (methane ice).
When the core was opened on the deck of the research ship, the intense "rotten egg" smell of the hydrogen sulfide, which is incorporated in the hydrate ice along with the methane, together with the hissing and sizzling sounds of the vaporizing gas, made everyone scramble to make sure there were no sources that might ignite the gases, all the while gasping for fresh air. The map below shows where the mud volcano lies in relation to the Southern California coast, and the seismic-reflection profile gives an idea of its size and shape. The core sample is the only proven occurrence of methane gas hydrate between the continental shelf off Northern California and the Gulf of California, Mexico.
I think these are all related somehow and Mother Earth is groaning and venting gas.
Originally posted by lektrofellon
Im pretty sure thats from the Nasa voyager recordings:
Edit:Kitkatcat beat me to it!