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Wednesday, August 31, 2011


An odd video that I'll post for you gys today and hope it'll make you think about the world around you. :) The Bloop has always intrigued me and thought I'd share it.


What created this strange sound in Earth's Pacific Ocean? Pictured above is a visual representation of a loud and unusual sound, dubbed a Bloop, captured by deep sea microphones in 1997. In the above graph, time is shown on the horizontal axis, deep pitch is shown on the vertical axis, and brightness designates loudness. Although Bloops are some of the loudest sounds of any type ever recorded in Earth's oceans, their origin remains unknown. The Bloop sound was placed as occurring several times off the southern coast of South America and was audible 5,000 kilometers away. Although the sound has similarities to those vocalized by living organisms, not even a blue whale is large enough to croon this loud. The sounds point to the intriguing hypothesis that even larger life forms lurk in the unexplored darkness of Earth's deep oceans. A less imagination-inspiring possibility, however, is that the sounds resulted from some sort of iceberg calving. No further Bloops have been heard since 1997, although other loud and unexplained sounds have been recorded.

The Centaurs

'The Centaurs' - Winsor McCay (1921)

A Whale of a Tale

This necklace is a fun little addition for anyone to have. A cute little brass whale sets atop a copper background as he hangs from a 16" antique brass chain. The back of the pendant has a nice textured background as shown in the pictures.       

Monday, August 8, 2011

Kraken Necklace

This kraken inspired necklace is based on Norse legends of the legendary sea monsters of gargantuan size that towered over ships. Pendant measures 1 3/4" round and features a picture of a large octopus on the sea floor and is covered by a magnifying dome. There is also a small faux pearl that hangs beside it that's topped by an antique silver cap. Chain measures 16".

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