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Tinfoil Hat Warning: Code Weird

June 6, 2010

Okay hold on to your tinfoil hats, BRI fans, you’re not going to believe this, but…UVB-76…has stopped…buzzing. I know, unbelievable, right?

What’s that? You’re not familiar with UVB-76? Well, don’t worry. Neither were we. So we did a little research. Long story short: It’s a shortwave radio station broadcasting from near Moscow, Russia, that has emitted a pulsed buzzing sound every day, all day, for the past 28 years. Nobody knows why. Sometimes very faint voices can be heard behind the buzz, and twice in all those years it stopped for a few seconds…and a man could be heard saying something Russian.

And now…it has stopped.

All very creepy. And now even creepier.

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Charly
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Charly

The voice said : Another five minutes mom ! Ill go to school later !

Mesila
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This SO reminds me of something from the show LOST: the French woman who landed on the island and left that weird radio signal that had been repeating itself over and over with the numerical increments increasing–and Sayid reporting that it had been going on for sixteen years.

I wonder if this phenomenon had been based on this actual one which just ceased its transmission…? I’d not be surprised at all if it was!

Barb
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Barb

This sounds like a boats fog horn. Very strange.

Charles
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Charles

What’s with the bars on the side of the screen that keep going up an down–down when the noise goes, but up when there is no noise?

Thom
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Thom

Charles, must be something else altogether, because they don’t always go up when there’s no noise.

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