Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Numbers Stations


Numbers stations (or number stations) are shortwave radio stations of uncertain origin. They generally broadcast artificially generated voices reading streams of numbers, words, letters (sometimes using a spelling alphabet), tunes or Morse code. They are in a wide variety of languages and the voices are usually women's, though sometimes men's or children's voices are used. more on https://goo.gl/ZuxX



Honestly, I thought such thing would only exists in something like LOST but it seems to be real.



What's interesting that a British official once said;

2:18s-2:26s- People shouldn't be interested in numbers stations, because people shouldn't be listening to them, because they are illegal to listen to.




Now I wonder if we have numbers stations in Jordan.



NOTE: I promised to blog about CEDAW again, I know, I'm late but I'm seriously busy plus the more I read the more I tend to be pro CEDAW and by the way, I'm active on twitter now


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