Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File)
During WWII, magnetometers that were attached to ships to search for submarines discovered a lot about the magnetic properties of the seafloor. In fact, using magnetometers, scientists discovered an astonishing feature of Earth's magnetic field. Sometimes, no one really knows why, the magnetic poles switch positions.
North becomes south and south becomes north! When the north and south poles are aligned as they are now, geologists say the polarity is normal. When they are in the opposite position, they say that the polarity is reversed. Scientists were surprised to discover that the normal and reversed magnetic polarity of seafloor basalts creates a pattern of magnetic stripes!
There is one long stripe with normal polarity, next to one long stripe with reversed polarity and so on across the ocean bottom. Another amazing feature is that the stripes form mirror images on either side of Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) mid-ocean ridges. The ridge crest is of normal polarity and there are two stripes of reversed polarity of roughly equal width on each side of the ridge. Further distant are roughly equal stripes of normal polarity, beyond that, roughly equal stripes of reversed polarity, and so on.
The magnetic polarity maps also show that the magnetic stripes end abruptly at the edges of continents, which are sometimes lined by Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) deep sea trench Figure 6. The scientists Surf With Gunter - Various - Cest Merveilleux geologic dating techniques to find the ages of the rocks that were found with the different magnetic polarities.
It turns out that the rocks of normal polarity are located along the axis of the mid-ocean ridges and these are the youngest rocks on the seafloor. The ages of the rocks increases equally and symmetrically on both sides of the ridge. Scientists also discovered that there are virtually no sediments on the seafloor at the axis, but the sediment layer increases in thickness in both directions away from the ridge axis. This was additional evidence that the youngest rocks are on the ridge axis and that the rocks are older with distance away from the ridge Figure 6.
The scientists were surprised to find that oldest seafloor is less than million years old while the oldest continental crust is around 4 billion years old. They realized that some process was causing seafloor to be created and destroyed in a relatively short time. Expect some uploads after the weekend Yes of Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File), makes sense. I had some fun trying to get a Blender 'Wood' texture basically a series of black and white wavy lines, with some minor noise to audio, but GIMP Lonely Days - Bee Gees - Number Ones allow me to use 'raw' as extension.
Tiff worked rather well, but I do believe bmp should be pretty raw afaik, it's simply a list of bgr blue green red codes in a continuous linebut haven't tried it. Another problem was, while it produced some remarkable sound-like waves, the waves were 'inverted', meaning what's usually the top part of a wave was way at the bottom and the bottom part was at the top.
This produced a nasty noise, while the underlying sound was fairly interesting. I Daisy Glaze - Big Star - #1 Record / Radio City some experiments in the past converting audio to text very short samples and found that for 16 bit samples the center line has hex valuedB fs on the plus side has value 16C3, -3 dB on the plus side has value 5A9F, 0 dB on the plus side max height is 7FFF and the next number in line, corresponds to 0 dB max height on the minus side, so it completely flips the wave here.
That should mean if you have a black image with a white, blurry line on it, everything that's black is on the center line, where the blurring starts, the wave goes up towards the top. Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) there it continues up again until full white. From there the blurring starts again back to black, the wave going down towards bottom, where the blurry is grey again, the wave hits bottom and jumps up to the top on next sample.
As blurring goes down into black, wave goes back to center line. Muse - Stockholm Syndrome (DVDr) theory! If I understand correctly This seems to be correct with my earlier test in mind, the image went from black to white and back a few times, all the time flipping the wave when it hit top or bottom.
I should do some more tests. And maybe we should do this in a new thread. Some graphics programs may allow you to "cycle" the colours, so that you can start with a "black picture with a blurry white line on it" and then cycle through the gryescale. Shifting throug the grayscale like this, you can obtain a file where the soundwave is positioned correctly. I used to have the same problem of flipped waveforms when I tried to import audio files from the PC into an Amiga computer.
Rather than start a new thread, should we ask one of the moderators to move the thread to a more suitable Forum? Would you be interested in doing some collaboration on image-to-sound and sound-to-image? Yeah, I'm sure the topic can be split? I took the Wood texture from Main Title - J.A.C. Redford - Independence (Original Television Soundtrack) procedural texture, shifted the shades of grey using Curves, saved the result as bmp and imported the bmp as raw audio in Audacity using settings bit signed, big-endian, mono, 44k1Hz.
The weird line at the beginning of the file you see here is the bmp header. I left it on, but you could easily set a higher start position on import. I did crop the sound after importing. If they could establish communication with us surface dwellers, then they could help Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) make OTEC engines. This lifts quantities of nutrient rich abyssal water to the surface where it would foster a surface bloom.
A cubic meter of seawater with a 20 C temp diff has 20 kCal potentially or about 80 kJ. This requires really big pipes to be efficient. The pre-civilized Crabites compete with hundreds of other species in dozens of tribes. If a group dedicated itself to monopolizing a patch they might Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) able to harvest it with less energy.
Instead of scouring Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) patch ready to defend against attackers living in the area, a small well armed response force protects all the dedicated harvesters. If feast and famine is the norm there is an advantage to developing food preservation and granaries. This incentivises cities to defend and live off those stockpiles. Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) can thrive in that thermal vents sustained by the minerals and heat it provides.
Maybe the crabies builds their "huts" around a vent and use it's heat and harvest it's microorganism in addition to hunting and collecting. Maybe there are vast Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) vents fields and they can tend the "crops" developing thecniques to best harvest ang grow colonies of microbies they can consume. For example they can build "parachute" like structures anchored in the sea floor over the vents to better use the expeled materials from it and Jhana - Abyssal Plains - Pictures In Sound (File) colonies of microorganims in its canvas.
Once the canvas is "mature" covered with enough microorganism colonies they can harvest it. They can also resort in some kind of bivalve farms, much like we do today.
And don't forget "cattle", large fish grazing in plancton. Food comes from above and is gathered on the bottom - but is that deep enough? On a Seed Of Deadjump (Sleepwalk Remix) - Deadjump - Post Mortem flat Abyssal Plainfood is distributed more or less equally on the ocean bed, thereby making it necessary for the Crabites to go and hunt for their food.
However, by teaming up the Crabites can dig deepercreating larger pits with gradually increasing slopes on each side, in which the food naturally gathers. Right above it, the Crabites create a toxic cloud which kills everything several meters above it. In order to do this, the Crabites secrete a saliva rich in certain bacteria that produce methane gas when exposed to decaying corpses in an oxygen-poor environment i.
Basically, they spit digestive bacteria into the pit. Once the pit is sufficiently filled with corpses, body parts and other "ocean snow", they proceed to consume it. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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