posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 06:24 AM
reply to post by billxam
If the 'raw' file was enhanced then it is not the raw file.
I see that ludicrously short clip has been over amplified, even to the point that at some places it has been clipped. It is quite clear that this has
been done by upping the gain instead of using 'Amplify' which will not permit over-driving in this manner.
Personally I would like to get the real raw data file but in the mean time this is
1) not seismic in any way shape or form,
2) has what appears to be a Doppler shift in it which would indicate possibly the source passing by - even if at a distance.
3) there are at least two places where it sounds like wind noise
4) if you think that being 5 miles from human habitation will ensure no man made sounds then you are very much mistaken.
I live in the country 1.5 miles from the nearest road that could be called a 'main road' and 5 miles as the crow flies from the nearest railway line.
Neither road or rail are used much at night after 11pm. It is so quiet that we can hear dogs barking over 2 miles away. Depending on the weather
conditions we can hear the trains clearly, and vehicles on the road well over 7 miles away. In addition overhead aircraft when they start coming over
around 3.30 to 4am inbound from the States we can hear well past the flyover point - which itself is 35,000 feet on average over us at that time in
the morning - to when they vanish over the far hills - which are well in excess of 20 miles away.
Until I get to hear the proper raw sound file - and longer than a ridiculous few seconds - then in my opinion this is a mechanically produced sound
and possibly traffic or (lightish) aircraft related.
I would need at the minimum 5 to 10 minutes of the sound to do a proper analysis. Why is the sound so short? 17 seconds is not enough to analyse
anything. This is the You Tube syndrome - cut the video of the UFO of after a few seconds so no one can determine what is going on.
Edit to add:
Can you explain why your project rate / sample rate is 8000Hz as well please?
edit on 23/3/2011 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)