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 Posted: Dec 20th, 2012 04:12 PM
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ArizonaEvp



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So what did NASA hear?


Here is one example that may have perplexed the good folks at NASA.


A large part of NASA recordings can be found at the super-massive Archive.Org website. Here is the NASA Link:

http://www.archive.org/details/nasaaudiocollection



For the purposes of this example, I am using a recording from the Mercury 5 launch which occurred on November 29, 1961, from Cape Canaveral, FL.

The passenger aboard the spacecraft was a Chimpanzee by the name of Enos.


Here is an Un-Filtered snippet from the Mercury 5 recording.



The EVP is from 6.1 to 9.6 seconds in this clip and sounds like a female voice saying:


“If you dial 911…you’re not going to go on this flight”


The EVP is heard a little better when filtered but I will leave any filtering up to you.




If you want to hear it for yourself from archive.org, use this link:


http://www.archive.org/details/Mercury5


Advance the website’s audio player to 3 minutes – 35 seconds to begin the sequence.



One of the great things about this EVP is that it seems to demonstrate Spirit's ability to move back and forth through time as we know it. 

You see....the 911 system did not come about until 1968 and even at that....did not go national until 1972.

So why dial 911?

A malfunction during the flight. Snipped from the Wiki article on the mission:

“The rise in suit temperature caused Enos' body temperature to rise to 99 °F (37 °C), then to 100 °F (38 °C). The medical observers began to worry about the chimp's condition. At 100.5 °F (38.1 °C), his body temperature stabilized.”


This problem along with another complication caused NASA to end the mission after only 2 orbits and return the craft back to earth. Enos the chimp did survive his ordeal.




Regards,
Ron




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