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over the skys of Brisbane in Australia. I have noticed 7:30 at night the satellites fly over then around 3 am in the morning is when you begin to here interesting sounds in the sky.
So in my previous thread, I talked about the strange sounds returning. And I know this has been discussed over and over on this site, however, I feel it deserves some serious discussion and debate. The sounds are continuing to happen worldwide. The latest is a video getting some hits on youtube, and for those who think this is still not real, I have also attached some links to local reports of it from NPR and other stations. Thanks all, let's keep an open mind and as always, be nice about it. Thanks.
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The “cold boom”? Technically known as a cryoseismic boom, this phenomenon is reserved only for the coldest of temperatures, and considered pretty rare for the lower latitudes of the continental United States. The boom sound is created by a cryoseism, which is a mini explosion within the ground caused by the rapid expansion of frozen water.
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This is so obviously fake and the acting is terrible.
“They resemble the ringing of telegraph wires or the humming of a swarm of bees, beginning softly in the distance, growing rapidly plainer until directly overhead, and then fading as rapidly in the opposite direction,” wrote Hiram M. Chittenden in 1895 in his book, “The Yellowstone National Park.”
Edwin Linton, a professor of biology at Washington and Jefferson College and a specialist in marine parasites was working in Yellowstone in the summer of 1890 as part of a project for the U.S. Fish Commission. Linton, his colleagues and his guides heard the mysterious sounds more than once during that trip...
“On the following morning, we heard the sound very plainly,” Linton wrote. “It appeared to begin directly overhead and to pass off across the sky, growing fainter and fainter towards the southwest. It appeared to be a rather indefinite, reverberating sound, characterized by a slight metallic resonance.”
Geologist Frank H. Bradley
“While getting breakfast, we heard every few moments a curious sound, between a whistle and a hoarse whine, whose locality and character we could not at first determine, though we were inclined to refer it to water-fowl on the other side of the lake,”
Marvin noted that temperature inversions are not uncommon above Yellowstone Lake, where warmer air above the lake sits atop cooler air near the water’s surface.
He posited that such inversions “may alter the normal way that the air conducts sound,” the article states. “It might produce sound mirages, in which distant noises of geysers, birds or steamboats might appear to come from near at hand.”
I really do think all these videos are fake.
Just sounds like a waterphone to me
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