posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 08:14 AM
reply to post by Blazer
It was contaminated of pollution. Here the rate of pollution in the air is the highest of the country.
Originally posted by CosmosKid
Maybe the morse is some time of automatic versus manual morse, possibly some type of LORAN signal that is ducting or attenuating in some
This is really interesting, thanks for telling. These signals would affect just electronic devices, right? Therefore, they could only be heard if
there was an electronic device in the room. I only have a clock, which is mechanical and doesn't have anything electronic more than the power
In my room I have the computer, the speakers and stuff too, but I always turn their switches off. I mean, not just their on and off button, but the
switch from the power supply too. Because even if they are off they emit a high pitched sound.
So I've had this idea in which I do the same thing with audio, where a microphone is placed in close proximity to a speaker which is playing
the very sound the microphone is recording.
I tried this, but it worked really bad. I couldn't get rid of the feedback.
Originally posted by sepermeru
...I'm so freaking creeped out right now.
Yes, this happened to me as well. I can't figure out the timezone you're in to know if it was at the same time, but it was very recent and very
As I said I'm at GMT +1, a bit to the left of the greenwhich meridian.
I'm sorry for the thread title typo, I didn't notice.. lol
I didn't record the whole night, I couldn't sleep with the noise the computer was making. But I was playing Left 4 Dead with headphones at the same
hour and I recorded for half an hour. I didn't hear anything while I was playing, and the audio is corrupt. I have taken a look at the configuration
and I think I set it to off, I think the audio I caught was an interference between the out and in sound of my computer.
The signal I heard wasn't loud nor quiet. I could hear it clearly.
Croweboy, that was strange.. Did it sound like the video I linked before?
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