Hearing the Sumatra-Andaman Quake

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 15 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

Wow. I listened to the audio file [mp3] and it is really errie.

From livescience.com:

Sound from last December’s huge tsunami-causing earthquake was picked up by underwater microphones designed to listen for nuclear explosions.

Scientists this week released an audio file of the frighteningly long-lasting cracks and splits along the Sumatra-Andaman Fault in the Indian Ocean.

The spine-tingling hiss and rumble is an eerie reminder of the devastation and death that is still being tallied in the largest natural disaster in modern times.

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