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a reply to: StormyStars
Try this debunking Video on Sky Trumpets:
Strange Trumpet Sounds Debunked 2015:
Which gives reasonable TECHNCAL explanations for
SOME of the sounds ranging from outright hoaxes to
train yard and construction/industrial noises.
I even LIKE the religious explanations
starting at the 12 minutes or so mark.
I PERSONALLY, like my HAARP-like virtual sky instrument explanation
as a really good one since it so beautifully grandiose and fits in with
me personality so much better.... ;-) :-)
originally posted by: sanitizedinfo
there is a transduction occuring, follow the pathway and youll find your sources.
As these sounds started only a few years ago, I guess this transduction never happened before then...
Either explain how this could be or else it is not some unknown tranduction. Oh wait - if it is unknown - you cannot explain it, can you?
if an explanation is to be called scientific, it must be testable, otherwise it is not falsifiable. Unless you define the nature of the transduction, it is impossible to track the process to its source and check whether it is a plausible cause of the sounds. You didn't define it, so your proposal is unscientific because it cannot be tested.
Signal transduction, any process by which a biological cell converts one kind of signal or stimulus into another
Sorry! I had no wish to indicate
in any way or form that your
experience was false
--- Please do not take offense.
originally posted by: ManBehindTheMask
a reply to: DJW001
The one I heard in Tenn about 35 miles north of Nashville in the middle of the sticks wasnt a hoax thats for sure.
Sounded different though, like a passenger jet taking off a runway, except it hung around for about 20 min, and then abruptly stopped and echoed off into the distance.
quite odd indeed