Mystery Of Ultra-Low Frequency Sound Recorded in the Pacific Ocean in 1997 Solved

Mystery Of Ultra-Low Frequency Sound

The Bloop was a loud, low-frequency sound recorded in the Pacific Ocean in 1997 and it was mystery ever since, nobody know its origin and it remained a mystery for years. But now, The Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration believes they have solved the mystery by comparing the Bloop to the sound of underwater icequakes.