Listen to some mysterious sounds with us including the bloop, the hum, and the loneliest whale. We also check out Tibetan throat singers (what else do you sing with?), spectral band replication, and helium – the funniest gas.
The military put microphones into the oceans to listen for enemy submarines. Besides submarines they heard sounds that they couldn’t explain (like “The Bloop”). Some of the sounds were so loud and carried so far that they must of been made by a massive creature or event. If it was a creature it would be the largest creature… ever.
There’s also “the Hum” which is a ‘hummimg’ sound that is heard in different places all over the world. No one knows for sure if it’s a real sound (a machine or something) or just imagined. Not everyone can hear the hum.
Then the loneliest whale is so lonely because his whale calls are a higher pitch than the others, so high in fact, that the other whales can’t hear him. And If you were wondering what spectral band replication is well don’t worry because Borg tells all. Oh, and there’s a large cat.
Music by Uncle Milk
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