posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 12:44 PM
Rather than make multiple, individual posts, I'll try to answer all the questions in just one. )
Thanks for all the responses!
First, TA...I'll try to find a site to upload the RAW WAVE file for you. I think the higher freq showing up on the spec as all the other noise. When
isolated, the rumble is primarily on the low end.
(much bigger image...this is zoomed in, obviously)
@NoRulesAllowed: The NAS Whidbey base, that is 30 miles to my West, does do jet engine testing. I even found an article about some people trying to
get them to build a 'quiet' building, because right now they do it out in the open on the tarmac. This is why I think that it's the only likely
explanation, but I have a hard time believing that it can be so loud, so far away. It must have something to do with the atmosphere, the water, ground
and mountains behind me. Whatever it is...it's fascinating. I've also been hearing this for more years than they've had the newish testing program -
but that doesn't rule it out.
@Timely - no frakking in our state yet. The only underground tunneling is big Bertha in Seattle, who has been sitting idle for sometime now.
Rikyd-I have a couple people working on it. I can run some filters and such, but I'm not that good at it.
@Phatdamage: I don't think there's any way it could be connected to a small quake that far away. Interesting theory, though.
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