Scrambles of Earth – The Voyager Interstellar Record, Remixed by Extraterrestrials

The Sounds of Earth

Was doing some nightly Sagan reading when I stumbled across this site that takes the Interstellar Record that was attached to the Voyager probes and remixes it by the Extraterrestrials who found it. According to the site (I love this)…

In 1977, NASA launched the Voyager 1 & 2 spacecraft, fastening to each a phonograph album containing sounds and music of Earth. If the best calculations are to be believed, one of these records was intercepted and “remixed” sometime in 2005 by extraterrestrial intelligences on the edge of our solar system. The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence in Exile (SETI-X), a dissident offshoot of the better-known Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, in 2010 finished decoding signals believed to be transmissions of these “remixes.” Scrambles of Earth, unauthorized by a skeptical SETI, is SETI-X’s document of these audio signs of possible alien intelligence.

Listen to our alien friends and their mixing skills at:

Scrambles of Earth – The Voyager Interstellar Record, Remixed by Extraterrestrials

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