|We may be tracking an incoming object. Will keep close watch on the doppler shift and try to calculate the distance. Charlie|
Subj: Re: Another in a series
Date: 8/5/99 10:29:30 AM Pacific Daylight Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Charlie Plyler)
To: FrankCondon@Geo-Seismic-Labs.org (Frank Condon)
CC: Phikent@aol.com (Kent Steadman)
Well, Since my equipment is feeling good again, I can plainly see what you are detecting. I am sending you today's capture, (11 AM till 5 PM UTC time)and it's happening again.
An item of note!! Take a look at the FFT around .02 hertz. This is a recurring signal whose frequency gets shorter each date. If this is a doppler shift, something is incoming! Last week this peak was down around .003 hertz. At this rate of increase a visual sighting is to be expected very soon. Scary!
Will calculate the distance according to frequency shift and get back to you shortly.
Frank Condon wrote:
I'm experiencing the most fantastic series of seismic precursors to date! Please take a look at this latest capture... I tried to account for all of the most common of errors and can find no fault with the instrumentation to account for this.