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Baleia 52 Hertz (Full HD)

Baleia 52 Hertz (Full HD)

Poet Kimiko Hahn first read about The 52 Hertz Whale in the New York Times. She was inspired to create and wrote the captivating poem, "Ode to 52 Hz," Check it out: While monitoring enemy subs in the Pacific, hydrophones classified a distinct / basso profundo frequency / calling with a metronome’s regularity / as belonging to a whale, species unknown. Read the rest at the bottom of this page: http://frequencyprovidence.com/about/

Poet Kimiko Hahn first read about The 52 Hertz Whale in the New York Times. She was inspired to create and wrote the captivating poem, "Ode to 52 Hz," Check it out: While monitoring enemy subs in the Pacific, hydrophones classified a distinct / basso profundo frequency / calling with a metronome’s regularity / as belonging to a whale, species unknown. Read the rest at the bottom of this page: http://frequencyprovidence.com/about/

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The loneliest whale in the world has no family, no friends and no lover. And it’s sad as to why. You see, most whales communicate between 12 and 25hz. This whale? She sings at 52hz. Singing at that frequency means no other whales can hear her. 52 hertz is just higher than the lowest note […]

The loneliest whale in the world will hit you right in the feels

The loneliest whale in the world has no family, no friends and no lover. And it’s sad as to why. You see, most whales communicate between 12 and 25hz. This whale? She sings at 52hz. Singing at that frequency means no other whales can hear her. 52 hertz is just higher than the lowest note […]

The Loneliest Whale in the World.    In 2004, The New York Times wrote an article about the loneliest whale in the world. Scientists have been tracking her since 1992

The Loneliest Whale in the World. In 2004, The New York Times wrote an article about the loneliest whale in the world. Scientists have been tracking her since 1992

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