Sunday, October 4, 2009

Infrasound

Hi

I've been doing some reading about infrasound (see my earlier post). A good link is: http://www.answers.com/topic/infrasound

Of particular interest is the statement "Infrasound has been known to cause feelings of awe or fear in humans [16] [17] since it is not consciously perceived, it can make people feel vaguely that supernatural events are taking place."

Reference 16 is John D Cody. Infrasound. Bordeland Science Research Foundation. See: http://www.borderlands.com/newstuuff/research/infra.htm


Reference 17 is V Tandy & T Lawrence 'The ghost in the machine.' Journal of the Society for Psychical research number 62, pp360-364. 1998. You can read the full text of this article by registering at the Library of Exploratory Science at: http://www.lexscien.org/lexscien/index.jsp
This will allow you to read abstracts of any issue of the Journal of the Society for Psychical research. Then you can get a free 7 day access to the full text of any article, which will allow you to read the full text.

1 comment:

  1. Actually after observing a UFO on January 13, 2005 I was later able to discover Infrasound readings of what I believe to be the UFO's engines braking after entering the area and again accelerating about 45 minutes later. Both pulses were brief but completely across the Infrasound band width. I think that maybe we have the first actual Infrasound detection of an Extraterrestrial Spacecrafts engines in history. But the signal is so brief that it cannot be proven yet without many, or several, other detections to confirm it.

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