On the tragedy in Japan warned ocean — he roared like a rocket

On the tragedy in Japan warned ocean - he roared like a rocket

Scientists have posted online an audio recording, recorded at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean

It turns out, the tsunami that hit the Japanese islands and caused the accident at the plant, it was possible to trace in advance and, therefore, time to warn the population. It turned out that before the crash floor of the Pacific Ocean publish incredible noise. His recorded underwater microphone or hydrophone, which was lowered into the Pacific Ocean in an area of 1400 km from the epicenter of the earthquake — in the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, reports the Dailymail. This looming cataclysm precursor noise in Japan, scientists from the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle, accelerated 16 times and posted on the Internet.

We can say that now experts know how sound bowels of the earth before it starts to move, crack and generate huge tsunamis. This noise scientists called "sound of destruction." This rumble and roar like the sound of the rocket taking off. In the video on You Tube and can be heard threatening "primary" waves and stunning "secondary," and, finally, the "tertiary", which are created when an earthquake occurs under water. All three of these types of waves rocking the seismic energy and directs it up in the ocean. There, in the upper layers of the ocean, this energy is converted into sound. It's the catch hydrophone.

The only thing that is a pity that time, scientists have not heeded the warnings of the ocean. Record shows the last moments before the coast of Japan struck nearly 40-foot wave. Now, a month after the Japanese earthquake, you can listen to a terrifying zvuk.Mozhno say that now experts know how sound bowels of the earth before you start to move, crack and generate huge tsunamis. This noise scientists called "sound of destruction." This rumble and roar like the sound of the rocket taking off. In the video on You Tube and can be heard threatening "primary" waves and stunning "secondary," and, finally, the "tertiary", which are created when an earthquake occurs under water. All three of these types of waves rocking the seismic energy and directs it up in the ocean. There, in the upper layers of the ocean, this energy is converted into sound. It's the catch hydrophone.

The only thing that is a pity that time, scientists have not heeded the warnings of the ocean. Record shows the last moments before the coast of Japan struck nearly 40-foot wave. Now, a month after the Japanese earthquake, you can listen to a terrifying sound.

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