How are they giving you sounds from distant planets when sound doesn't travel in space?
Yeah, if they alter the audio isn't that just like making a sound out of it? they could take any radiation and turn it into any sound..... if they wanted to.
Isn't space a giant vacuum? Therefore, there wouldn't be any noise at all because there would be no median for sound waves to travel through...
Yes, they already said that, but it says that they are taking some kind of frequency and altering it. You can take anything and alter it to whatever you want to. So this thread is kind of pointless.
Yeah i don't understand it either. Sounds pretty stupid. But in any case its research and it might lead to finding a good thing.
Well. It would be the sounds of the human populous most likely. Im sure the sound would change werever you are positioned on Earth. Considering we have populated almost every part of the ever-changing Earth except the most harshests Terrains. You would have to be in the middle of a vast desert not to hear the Human species and our inventions. And even then you would hear a quiet hum. I am sure.
On the VLF bands, you can pick up lightning, dawn chorus and lots of other quite interesting things. Although I find the antennae are hard to find and best to construct via kits or instructions online. Most shortwave receivers go down that low by standard anyway.
Is it possible, since we are earth bound and our hearing is trained and adapted to our survival on earth, that what we hear is different to what it really is? Our "perception" of it is limited?