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peterene1 wrote:Hunting UFOs, anyone?
no_body wrote:My colleague has made this video of the beginnings of an audio analysis of the Sauret Video
As with a thunder storm the clap of thunder is seldom simultaneous with the flash of lightening. This is due as I'm sure you're all aware, to the difference in the speeds of light and sound.
The camera position in the Sauret Video is 1608 meters distant from the tower, this gives a delay of 4.725 secs in the sound reaching the camera from the tower. When this offset is added, we are in effect listening to the sound of events at the tower locked to the visuals.
What's apparent is that there is a large explosive sound that coincides with the start of the descent.
Further work is proceeding to clean up the sound, removing helicopters, and restoring the bass spectrum, as the camera is likely to filter these low frequencies to prevent rumble etc.
Thank you! This is most helpful. Do you have any idea how many stories up the balcony is?no_body wrote:The location of the camera is on a balcony of a building on Dominick St ...
Unfortunately, I am video challenged. But I very much want to know the camera location as precisely as possible. (Same reasons as OneWhiteEye.)The rest is explained in the video.
Off Topic.no_body wrote:What's "the OT"?
Thank you again. For now I'm going to use a ground elevation of 5 meters, hence 3 meters above the ground elevation of WTC 1 and then on the 14th story @ 12 feet per story, where the ground story is the first story, American style counting.I put the camera between 150 & 200 feet ASL, but it's a guestimate.
? I don't fully understand, but please do so!I think a trip down "street view" is in order.
David B. Benson wrote:Off Topic.no_body wrote:What's "the OT"?
Thanks? I don't fully understand, but please do so!I think a trip down "street view" is in order.
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