Is it possible to “hear” an earthquake? Not the rumbling of the ground that results, but the earthquake itself. Even if you could, what’s the point of listening? About a dozen years ago, geophysicist Ben Holtzman and musician/sound designer Jason Candler set out to answer these questions, with a side goal of sharing their passion for earthquakes with the public.
Seismic data played back at a higher frequency allows us to "hear" earthquakes: on.natgeo.com/2oiZd0u—
National Geographic (@NatGeo) April 10, 2017