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Relaxing Nature Scenes - Relaxing sounds of Wind in the Meadow

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Relaxing the world one video at a time. Submit your video to be featured on Scenic Videos here http://www.scenicvideos.net Facebook Wind has long been seen as a very effective relaxing sound. People believe that the sounds wind create can have a positive effect on the energy of any space, turning it from negative to positive. Whether you choose to believe in this or not, wind sounds can have a positive effect through creating pleasant sounds or just sounding aesthetically pleasing to the ears. like Scenic Videos on FaceBook Video content submitted by Kick back relax and enjoy the sounds of wind in the meadow. This video has the potential to help you fall asleep, study easier or just simply to take a quick break from the stresses of work using white noise. White noise is a random signal (or process) with a flat power spectral density. In other words, the signal contains equal power within a fixed bandwidth at any center frequency. White noise draws its name from white light in which the power spectral density of the light is distributed over the visible band in such a way that the eye's three color receptors (cones) are approximately equally stimulated. In statistical sense, a time series rt is characterized as having weak white noise if {rt} is a sequence of serially uncorrelated random variables with zero mean and finite variance. Strong white noise also has the quality of being independent and identically distributed, which implies no autocorrelation. In particular, if rt is normally distributed with mean zero and standard deviation σ , the series is called a Gaussian white noise. [1] An infinite-bandwidth white noise signal is a purely theoretical construction. The bandwidth of white noise is limited in practice by the mechanism of noise generation, by the transmission medium and by finite observation capabilities. A random signal is considered "white noise" if it is observed to have a flat spectrum over a medium's widest possible bandwidth.
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