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I don't think there's a single cause for all the strange sounds we hear, I think there are many causes. I don't know the cause of this one of course but the fact that it's a single frequency and the wind is blowing means you should probably add helmholtz resonance to your list of possibilities. This video demonstrates it with a bottle but for the sky noise it wouldn't be coming from a small bottle but something larger that makes sound when the wind blows in a certain direction at a certain velocity.
originally posted by: Tagz
I have yet to read of a satisfying cause for it.
Possible causes that I have seen offered up are:-
Public water works (air in the pipes)
AMA - Col. John B. Alexander
originally posted by: JohnAlexander
Not limited to sky noises. Remember the Taos hum? I was at Los Alamos at the time. Our sister lab, Sandia National Laboratory got involved. It was determined to be real and measurable, but no point of origin located. It seemed to defy the normal physicals laws of decreasing effects over distance.
originally posted by: Droogie
I don't know if this instance is comparable to the Taos Hum.
originally posted by: slapjacks
How many reports of the sky sounds have been recorded, on different events?
originally posted by: stelth2
a reply to: Kuroodo
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