posted on May, 2 2008 @ 01:57 AM
reply to post by PplVSNWO
No, not at all, that's called creative thinking, which we need more.
The problem I have with that video, is exactly what you bring up, too.
The damn thing doesn't tremble at all, AFTER that initial shaking.
Which is extraordinary, when you recall the myriad of witness accounts, who talk about an immense rumbling, or a shaking of the ground like during an
If you look at my two graphs in my last post in the last page, you expect a minor camera shake going on for 12 seconds, followed by a much longer
shaking during global collapse.
Perhaps the video is a clever fake, which I do not think so, or you and me were right, and the initial explosions were emanating Very Low Frequency
patterns, which were picked up favorably by the specific building characteristics of the apartment where the video was mounted, on a tripod, or
something else, like a clamp on a railing, or whatever other fixating apparatus, which picked up only VLF pulses.