Thus Atman is proposed to be an infrasonic
mechanical oscillator giving out mental energy pulses of frequency 10 Hz (time-period of [10.sup.-1] sec.) 10 Hz is the frequency of this mechanical oscillator according to both western science and eastern philosophy and theory of language acquisition and communication.
The results of our simulation and acoustic analysis suggest that more attention needs to be paid to frequencies below 40 Hz, especially the infrasonic
The TA network has already been shown to be a suitable platform for infrasonic
source location with previous work regarding gravity wave detection and propagation.
In Having Been Held Under the Sway, I use infrasonic
sinewaves--really low frequencies that one feels in the body rather than hears--as a means of articulating the physical materials of a room.
(15) Various natural and non-natural phenomena generate infrasonic
waves, including rocket launches and significant explosions, including nuclear explosions.
The clinic uses a special equipment, the FDA-approved Nutational Infrasonic
Liposculpture or simply called Tickle Lipo because it produces a titillating sensation during the procedure.
and Sorokin, A.G.: 1996, Infrasonic
waves in the atmosphere over east Siberia.
* infrasound monitoring network--60 stations for the detection of infrasonic
waves in the atmosphere;
Additionally, these chest wall and body hair vibrations have also been shown to occur in the infrasonic
range (Mohr, Cole, Guild, & Vongierke, 1965; Schust, 2004).
Explaining that the birds must use the loft's infrasonic
homing beacon to get their bearing before setting the direction for their return flight according to their sun compass, Hagstrum said, "I am a bit surprised that after 36 years I finally answered Bill Keeton's question to the Cornell Geology Department", adding that he is particularly pleased that he was able to use Keeton's own data to solve the mystery.
The Irish firm used infrasonic
technology which allows it to effectively listen for oil.