“Bu Yah Man Nay” They Who Walk Like Thunder

Posted: August 5, 2011 in Uncategorized

So I’m out in the woods last December and it’s cold not
that cold it’s 2 am and I chose a spot my
buddy and I frequented and I took the FBFB
guys to and set up flirs. The city had cut about a 100 yard swath of the forest back
as a fire break leaving only the old Oak trees standing.
I walked quietly as I always do, listening intently for any large signs of life.
I sat on the down wind side, back against the oak, facing the forest with the houses
behind me and a street light at the end of the block 
lit up the area with a soft clear far way light which was good as
the moon was hidden in the fog.
The wind is blowing ‘over’ as this is steep down hill from the road.
and I’m in the shadow consealed by the oak and out of the wind I begin to play a
Tanzanian Kallimba or thumb piano . As i played for a few minutes
the animals started to come out and play
The ones that are supposed to not get along were playing together
ALL of them wood rat & fox, coyote and rabbits, bob cats and mouse,
and a few deer came to see what the heck was going on !!!I know it sounds
like the whinnie the pooh or something… They were sort of
playing mulling around all but the buck 
who was still in rut was doing the alarm sound
PUFF SNORT crash crash crash crash stop!
PUFF SNORT crash crash crash crash stop! Trying to alrm the does but they just
ignored it and he ran off in to the woods… I notice this for a while I was
in a sort of direct cognition trance. OR I was so present I was in a slowed
down momet of time and then from the bottom of the hill may be a third of a steep mile down, 
I feel travleling through the earth like small shock waves BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM coming
up hill on an angle straight at me throught the woods say 500 yrds and closing
BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM KRACK now it’s only half as far
BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM i feel the panic trying to well up inside everything in me is
I breathed through it and it was only a 100 yards and still stomping towards me
all the way 75 and KRACK over head tree break
the ground really shaking as it walked bi pedal right to the edge of where the street light
hits the woods and stops!!! all the animals pause & look towards it for one moment and
continued frolicking about to the sound of my Kallimba!!
I kept playing and I was watching.. wondering …feeling into the giant listening to the strange human music
and communing like never before or since…I looked and saw a Mt lion with huge shoulder muscles and neck
appear into the street light showing only it’s front half… none of the animals flee!! I played until
I started to ache and shake from the cold when I stopped and the Silence of the forest popped the bubble
the animals all went their ways .. some hurried some strolled and I took a bow and walked briskly up the hill
into the light the houses and everything that is man made.

Seismic communication describes communication through seismic vibrations of the earth. Seismic cues are generated

through percussion on the earth substrate or acoustical waves that couple with the earth, called rayleigh

waves.Rayleigh waves are a type of surface acoustic wave that travels on solids. They are produced on the Earth by

earthquakes, in which case they are also known as “ground roll”, or by other sources of seismic energy such as ocean

waves [1] an explosion or even a sledgehammer impact. They can also be produced in materials by many mechanisms,

including by piezo-electric transducers, and are frequently used in non-destructive testing for detecting defects.

When guided in layers they are referred to as Lamb waves, Rayleigh–Lamb waves, or generalized Rayleigh

waves.Rayleigh waves travel across surfaces – and are thus a type of surface wave. In perfectly homogenous,

isotropic and infinite materials, Rayleigh waves would not be apparent. In seismology, Rayleigh waves (called

“ground roll”) are the most important type of surface wave.[2] Most obvious close to the surface of mediums,

Rayleigh waves are made of longitudinal and traverse motion that decreases exponentially in amplitude as distance

from the surface increases. The is a distinct phase difference between the component motion types.[2] In isotropic

solids the surface particles move in ellipses in planes normal to the surface and parallel to the direction of

propagation – the major axis of the ellipse is vertical. At the surface and at shallow depths this motion is

retrograde, that is the in-plane motion of the wave at the peak is in the opposite direction to the propagation of

the wave. Deeper into the material the motion amplitude decays and the eccentricity changes. At greater depths the

particle motion becomes prograde. The depth of significant displacement in the solid is approximately equal to the

acoustic wavelength. Rayleigh waves are distinct from other types of acoustic waves such as Love waves or Lamb

waves, both being types of guided wave in a layer, or longitudinal and shear waves, that travel in the bulk.
Rayleigh waves have a speed less than S-waves, by a factor dependent on the elastic constant (σ) of the material

near the surface.[2]
Since Rayleigh waves are confined near the surface, their in-plane amplitude when generated by a point source decays

only as , where r is the radial distance. Surface waves therefore decay more slowly with distance than do bulk

waves, which spread out in three dimensions from a point source. The speed of Rayleigh waves on bulk solids, of the

order of 2–5 km/s, is slightly less than the shear velocity.
The existence of Rayleigh waves was predicted in 1885 by Lord Rayleigh, after whom they were named.Low frequency (<

20 Hz) Rayleigh waves are inaudible, yet they can be detected by many mammals, birds, insects and spiders. Human

beings should be able to detect such Rayleigh waves through their Pacinian corpuscles, which are in the joints,

although people do not seem to consciously respond to the signals. Some animals seem to use Rayleigh waves to

communicate. In particular, some biologists theorize that elephants may use vocalizations to generate Rayleigh

waves. Since Rayleigh waves decay slowly, they should be detectable over long distances.[2] Note that these Rayleigh

waves have a much higher frequency than Rayleigh waves generated by earthquakes.
After the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake, some people have speculated that Rayleigh waves served as a warning to

animals to seek higher ground, allowing them to escape the more slowly-traveling tsunami. At this time, evidence for

this is mostly anecdotal. Another animal early warning systems may rely on an ability to sense infrasonic waves

traveling through the air. media attention after the 2004 Boxing day tsunami in Asia, following reports that trained

elephants in Thailand had become agitated and fled to higher ground before the devastating wave struck, thus saving

their own lives and those of the tourists riding on their backs. Because earthquakes and tsunamis generate

low-frequency waves, O’Connell-Rodwell and other elephant experts have begun to explore the possibility that the

Thai elephants were responding to these events.[7]
Seismic energy transmits most efficiently between the 10 and 40 Hz – in the same range as the fundamental frequency

and 2nd harmonic of an elephant rumble.[8] It seems that when an elephant rumbles a replica of the airborne sound is

also transmitted through the ground. Thus, African Bush Elephants are able to use seismic vibrations at infrasound

frequencies for communication.[9]
These calls range in frequency from 15–35 Hz and can be as loud as 117 dB, allowing communication for many

kilometres, with a possible maximum range of around 10 km.[5] This sound can be felt by the sensitive skin of an

elephant’s feet and trunk, which pick up the resonant vibrations much as the flat skin on the head of a drum. To

listen attentively, every member of the herd will lift one foreleg from the ground, and face the source of the

sound, or often lay its trunk on the ground. The lifting presumably increases the ground contact and sensitivity of

the remaining legs. This ability is thought also to aid their navigation by use of external sources of infrasound.
The waves, or vibrations, travel up the leg bone of another elephant, through the shoulder and to the middle ear

bones, where they are processed in the auditory cortex region of the brain.[10

Haptic perception is the process of recognizing objects through touch. It involves a combination of somatosensory

perception of patterns on the skin surface (e.g., edges, curvature, and texture) and proprioception of hand position

and conformation.
People can rapidly and accurately identify three-dimensional objects by touch.[1] They do so through the use of

exploratory procedures, such as moving the fingers over the outer surface of the object or holding the entire object

in the hand.[2]
Gibson[3] defined the haptic system as “The sensibility of the individual to the world adjacent to his body by use

of his body”. Gibson and others emphasized the close link between haptic perception and body movement: haptic

perception is active exploration. The concept of haptic perception is related to the concept of extended

physiological proprioception according to which, when using a tool such as a stick, perceptual experience is

transparently transferred to the end of the tool.
Haptic perception relies on the forces experienced during touch.[4] This research allows the creation of “virtual”,

illusory haptic shapes with different perceived qualities..


This is a solid way to prove with out killing capturing or even disturbing Hominids where ever they are…
Very possible and very good science!!!!


  1. Dan Elliott says:

    I would be in agreement, as to the Information, and most certainly it is in a range, that is not heard,,by man, but can be felt in sometimes, a way, that is only best described as a sickening,
    stunned, feeling, that has been described,as putting, one into a confused, state of mind for up,
    to a few minutes, to a few hour’s. Infrasound in, as low as 15 to 20 Hertz range, has been said,
    to have a pressure wave, that , will push a human away from its direction , or path of travel,,
    which can be long , distances , as mentioned, by Elephant’s and in the ,Smaller Whale’s, this,
    Has been said to be used by Sasquatch in Report’s of Men who have had Encounter’s.

  2. JP Smith says:

    The military has been experimenting and using subsonic soundwaves for decades to control and/or disperse crowds or even stop a person “dead” in their tracks. There is even the infamous “brown note” that is reported to cause one to defecate instantly when hit by the ultra-low frequency.

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