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The sounds of science
July 22, 2005 10:07 AM   Subscribe

The Sound of a Distant Rumble: Using monitoring devices originally intended to pick up the sound of nuke launches, researchers track the underwater noise generated by the December 26 (tsunami) earthquake. Eerie audio file of the slowly-building roar is included on the page. (More info here as well)
posted by numlok (9 comments total)

 
hmm interesting coinkydink considering THE TSUNAMI WAS CAUSED BY A NUKE LAUNCH!!!!!!!
posted by ism at 10:49 AM on July 22, 2005


That MP3 really is eerie. Thanks for th link.
posted by kokogiak at 10:57 AM on July 22, 2005


Fucking sweet.
posted by keswick at 11:19 AM on July 22, 2005


hmm interesting coinkydink considering THE TSUNAMI WAS CAUSED BY A NUKE LAUNCH!!!!!!!

Wow, read through a few more of his pages and you get the sense that the guy makes even most tin-foil hat theorists look tame. Basically, he claims every major international earthquake in the last 20 years was planned by the Pentagon for a variety of unsavory purposes, mostly centered around "New Zionism". Wow.
posted by thedevildancedlightly at 11:21 AM on July 22, 2005


Oh man ism, that's some good reading.
Thanks for the chuckle!
posted by numlok at 11:27 AM on July 22, 2005


From the site that ism linked:

The diabolical monster Alexander Borgia actually made a pact with the devil in order to become Pope. Satan gave him 12 years to accomplish his mission and when his time was up he sent for him...

Isn't it time to let bygones be bygones? Wow, talk about holding a grudge.
posted by thedevildancedlightly at 11:46 AM on July 22, 2005


Holy crap that sounds awesome when I crank it... Argh. I think I just broke my subwoofer.

[This is good]
posted by loquacious at 12:00 PM on July 22, 2005


awe. some. Thanks!
posted by petebest at 12:33 PM on July 22, 2005


Extraordinary. Brian Lustmord would love it. Thank you.
posted by googly at 5:47 PM on July 22, 2005


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