posted on Dec, 26 2011 @ 05:06 AM
reply to post by westcoast
Well I guess that leaves me nothing to say really. Yes, the fact that the 'noise' appears on one seismo is an indicator that it is a problem with the
Pelican however was functioning normally on the 23rd and the 'noise' started during the 24th at around 1900 UTC (1100 MST). To me this says that the
signal is connected to weather. When you look at this on a different plot it is very typical of this.
In fact, the signal looks very like tree root rock. Sharp spikes with little or no duration. So what does it sound like? Well to me it sounds like
tree roots, or possibly ice but i think too frequent for ice.
That sample is only at 5 x normal speed.
Think of the noise of wind on your camera. Sound similar?
What does it look like?
So as it sounds, lots of short duration frequencies. One thing is absolutely certain from that it is NOT seismic and is NOT harmonic tremor in my
opinion always remembering of course that I am not a seismologist
So if it sounds like tree roots, and looks like tree roots on the spectrum, is it tree roots?
I believe we can reasonable assume those are trees, and what is more they are dead trees (imagery date Feb 2010) and are probably still up there.
Being dead they will be far less secure than living ones and more likely to rock.
I rest my case.
edit on 26/12/2011 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)