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no date/time - not science
Where is the data collected by other organizations? Only NOAA heard it? And they somehow neglected to mention the date(s) and time(s)? Every other NOAA observation has a date and time, and yet nobody can factually state when the recording was made? Does anybody else find this somewhat suspicious? Has the date/time been censored? Has the crucial clue been scrubbed from the public record?
- I doubt anyone else maintains a grid of that type of underwater microphones across the oceans, so how would anyone else have?
- However, the lack so far of a specific date for the bloop is odd and has been mentioned on this page before, scroll down. Chrisrus (talk) 07:00, 18 June 2016 (UTC)
IPC for Weird Or What
I've (perhaps temporarily :) re-added the IPC entry as an actual note in the article itself. The show itself does, in fact, quote experts who discuss the theories and offer quotes and opinions. I'm curious though. Even if Weird or What didn't present academics offering their opinions, in this article Face_transplant#Popular_culture User:John left fictional entries intact whose primary focus was the topic of the article. In specific, John left the movie "Face/Off" listed but there are no secondary sources. If there are exactly three topics in the episode, one of which is Bloop, why does this (even as a cultural rather than academic) not similarly qualify? Kothog (talk) 22:32, 29 April 2016 (UTC)
- If it should turn out that face transplantation is not just the actual real world procedure itself but also a notable feature of notable novels and movies and such, then the article about it should say so. Chrisrus (talk) 19:37, 2 May 2016 (UTC)
Two creatures of the deep meet up (as such beasts do occasionally), discuss things including seabed-sonar analysis disrupting DeepSeaTV and decide to puzzle the scientists - one does Bloop and the other Slowdown.