What are the weirdest sounds?

What are the weirdest sounds?

Here are 11 strange sounds that deserve to be heard.

  • First up: They call it the “Bloop”
  • Next up: A fishy chorus.
  • Next up: A lonely whale.
  • Next up: Deep-sea sounds.
  • Next up: Eavesdropping on Earth.
  • Next up: Nature’s rock show.
  • Next up: “The Hum”
  • Next up: Listening to the northern lights.

What are the strangest sounds in the ocean?

“The Bloop” is the given name of a mysterious underwater sound recorded in the 90s. Years later, NOAA scientists discovered that this sound emanated from an iceberg cracking and breaking away from an Antarctic glacier. Shown here: a NASA Landsat mosaic image of Antarctica.

What made the Julia sound?

This sound was recorded on March 1, 1999 on the eastern equatorial Pacific autonomous hydrophone array. The most likely source of the sound formerly known as “Julia” is a large iceberg that has run aground off Antarctica.

What is the rarest sound in the world?

The rarest speech sound is `rÆ’ in Czech and described as a rolled post-alveolar fricative. It occurs in very few languages and is the last sound mastered by Czech children.   In the southern Bushman language !

Why do I hear strange noises at night?

Summary. Hearing voices at night is not uncommon. While it can be a sign of a mental health condition such as schizophrenia, it is also seen when sleep is disrupted, after stress or trauma, or with certain medications or medical conditions.

What is the World Hum?

The Hum is a mysterious low pitch noise that bothers up to 2% of people worldwide. It’s been annoying residents in San Francisco’s Sunset District, where recently there’s been an outbreak of reports. In this story, we demystifies this strange global phenomenon.

What is the strangest animal noise?

Cheetas: Chirping One of the biggest differences is in their very distinct noise: a chirp. The noise the emanates from the cheetah sounds like the call that comes from a distressed chickling, definitely one of the strangest animal sounds.

Why does my house vibrate at night?

High Air Pressure If your air pressure is on high and you have a vent that isn’t fully open, it can cause irritating vibrating noises. This is a harmless issue that can be resolved by lowering your air pressure or fully opening your vent.

What is the rarest sound in English?

If you’re a native English speaker, this may come as a shock to you, but the TH-sound (A.K.A. dental fricative) we use every day is actually pretty rare. There are actually two sounds that count as dental fricatives: /θ/ and /ð/.