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Wed Oct 29, 2014, 04:10 AM

10. I have videos and mp3s of the way the Earth sounds from space.

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'NASA Space Recordings Of Earth'

Our Universe Is Not Silent~

Although space is a vacuum, this does not mean there is no sound in space. Sound does exist as electromagnetic vibrations.

The specially designed instruments on board the Voyager and other probes, picked up and recorded these vibrations, all within the range of human hearing (20-20,000 cycles per second)

Some recordings have been made of the sounds of the aurora borealis, sun spots, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter and Venus. None are close to the sound of Earth from the NASA recordings. But see from the description below how garbled this gets as it is passed around.

Earth Sounds (So Strange..) {Nasa Voyager Recording}

This has nothing to do with actual space sounds (possibly) but most likely a work of art, it was implemented and made by Brain/Mind research which focused on metaphysical experimental healing and art. You can call it an ambient version of a Holszt piece. Nasa may have helped promote this but did nothing in the process of the creation of it...

The Nasa Voyager recording of Earth (Voice of Earth), you can hear the sun frequency reverberating through the bass frequencies, this one seems to be different to the other short nasa voyager recordings of earth that I have found here on youtube since they sound so much stranger in comparison and I just decided to post this one since I couldn't find it here. This is probably an "emulation" of cosmic background radiation, akin to what can be seen as "static" on analog television and am/fm radio, remnants of the big bang. Enjoy the grounding sounds of earth...

In that one, the Earth sounds like a chorus of human voices. It made me wonder if humans sound like the Earth.

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