infrasound


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infrasound

(ĭn′fră-sownd″)
Sounds of low frequency used, e.g., in diagnostic and therapeutic technologies.
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Scientists originally started studying infrasound to make sure faraway countries weren't testing nuclear bombs.
The infrasound vibrations were created by an ultra-low loudspeaker inside a 12m-long, 30cmwide drainpipe cannon.
Parapsychologists believe Mr Tandy's infrasound theory is the best yet to explain hauntings and many refer to it as the 'Tandy Effect'.
hydroacoustic, infrasound, radionuclide) detected it?
But research begun almost accidentally by us has led to our theory that the presence of infrasound can explain some ghostly apparitions.
In the end, the infrasound vibration experiment took place quite peacefully and nobody vomited, which was nice.
By playing back the infrasound within the human hearing range (20 to 20,000 Hz), Payne discovered that elephants are really deep-voiced chatterboxes.
The SoniCalm PM gives chronic and acute pain sufferers a versatile, drug-free pain therapy that blends three powerful Infrasound signals into a single-setting device that is simple enough to use at home.
Through a proprietary algorithm able to pinpoint the source of the infrasound signal LYT Sonic represents a simple, affordable, reliable and intuitive product for smart home security.
The massive earthquake sent ripples of sound - called infrasound - upwards through the atmosphere.
But infrasound thrums can carry for meters to birds out of sight in shrubbery.