Nine Strange Noise Which Cannot Explain

Photo Source: Vadim Smakhtin
Photo Source: Vadim Smakhtin

Everyone can find something they love on Wikipedia, I like the one of the “mysterious voice recorded.” I do not remember when I enter this page first time, but a variety of mysterious voices told me in our planet where is infinite unbelievable.


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Since the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory SOSUS established in 1991, Upsweep was discovered. It is a voice cannot be recognized. It consists of a long train of narrow-band upsweeping sounds of several seconds in duration each. It’s difficult to determine the location of the sound, but it can be estimated in the middle of the Pacific, between Australia and South America. Upsweep followed seasons change, the maximum volume in spring and autumn, but it is unclear why.

The current mainstream theory is that it produces and volcanic activity.



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July 7, 1997, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of an underwater microphone to capture the Whistle. Location unknown. Based on limited information it’s difficult to infer the source of this sound.



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Bloop is like a symphony of mysterious voice. In 1997, several stations, separated by thousands of miles, are listening to this very powerful and ultra-low frequency sound, the sound can always be traced to the Strait of Magellan in the western region. All summer in 1997, NOAA could detecte the sound, each lasted about one minute. Generally, Bloop considered to be caused by the massive earthquake of ice, but scientists do not it come from some kind of “organism.”



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March 1, 1999, Julia is detected, lasted about 15 seconds. It detected by all of the equatorial Pacific Ocean hydrophones. It suspected to be caused by Antarctic iceberg stranded.



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May 19, 1997, it’s the first time to monitor the sound of Slow Down, it also considered to be caused by the iceberg ran aground, but some people insisted that it was caused by a giant squid. This sound lasted about seven minutes, frequency decreased, so called Slow down. As Upsweep, it has been periodically occurring.



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This hum can be recorded in many occasions, especially in the last 50 years. But in these cases, only a fraction of people could hear the hum. Hum is difficult to say exactly what it is. Scientists studying this buzz for a long time, in most cases, it’s caused by industrial equipment. But several things are clear: Hum is real, eight is a by-product of the 21st century life.



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Skyquake, an unexplained sonic boom around the world in the past 200 years, usually occurs in the nearby waters. The report of this voice from the Ganges in India, the United States east coast and inland of the Finger Lakes Region, near the North Sea, Australia, Japan and Italy. Skyquake like giant thunder or cannon fire, but reason is unclear.


8 UVB-76

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UVB-76 also called Buzzer, It was first found by shortwave receiver. It has been around for decades. Spread the sound frequency 4625 kHz (AM band), then that is buzzing noise, intermittent readings appear words and names in Russian. Its origin and purpose is not clear. Here are details:



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The world’s most lonely whale, it sounds unusual 52 Hz, much higher than the normal frequency. Scientists listen to this voice for decades, and recently, the producers has raised $ 400,000 in Kickstarter to find this head lonely mammal.


3 Comments Add yours

  1. 4theloveofshooz says:

    Wow, this is very interesting how these sounds were discovered and where they came from. I thought I was the only one who thinks about stuff like this. Just the other day I was asking myself who invented “clap” and who’s idea was it it call it a “clap”. Lol I wonder about these things often. Thanks for sharing!

  2. PAKKAPORN says:

    interesting story! thanks for sharing ~

  3. dilireba says:

    Interesting post. glad to know that.

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