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I love your attitude and I appreciate your honesty. The roar has been especially loud and continuous from my location tonight. Once in particular around 1 AM a sudden increase in the pitch and tone had every dog within earshot really upset. Can you hear the sound from your house?
ProtoplasmicTraveler you have made my efforts much more worthwhile. Positive energy is pulsating through my body and back to the source. Thank you for being my brother and sharing this planet with me.
The Hum is a generic name for a series of phenomena involving a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming noise not audible to all people. Hums have been reported in various geographical locations. In some cases a source has been located. A well-known case was reported in Taos, New Mexico, and thus the Hum is sometimes called the Taos Hum. Hums have been reported all over the world, especially in Europe.
Originally posted by Beaux
If there was a noise or vibration (same thing) pervading the air, most animals would sense it before humans. We would see animals acting strangely, confused, irritated, frightened, panicked or even sick.
My animals seem fine and I have seen no report of crazed beasts beyond the norm. I trust their ears better than my own.
Originally posted by Blagojevich
Are you suggesting Planet X is playing some game of "hide and seek" as the Earth revolves around the sun? I mean, there's nothing we can't see "behind the sun" as it only depends on the time of year we're in. What about gravitational lensing? We're able to observe stars behind the sun due to the force of gravity warping space-time, "including the paths followed by light rays from a bright background source." I guess you can argue Planet X is not bright enough to observe.
Originally posted by pjslug
reply to post by HaveSeen4Myself
Did you ever see the movie "Bug" ? You know, the one with the two paranoid crackheads who thought government agents were after the bugs that were crawling under their skin (that really didn't exist)? Yeah, those guys. You remind me of them.
Perhaps the red planet you speak of appearing in the sky shall be Mars. Or maybe it's just a top secret government satellite spying on you and beaming down this bull**** directly into your brain.
One can never be too sure.
(What the hell do you expect people's replies to be with a story like yours and a fearmongering thread title?)
[edit on 2/25/2009 by pjslug]
Originally posted by malcrSo on April the 25th when no red planet appears (although I suspect you will use Mars as a distraction!) will you post her the simple statement:
I WAS WRONG
People used to walk the streets with sandwich boards stating "The end of the world is nigh" now they post on ATS!
One thing you can answer before then: How is it possible to hear the planet through a vacuum?
Originally posted by For(Home)Country
Maybe this has been answered before, but OP, how can you hear noise in a vacuum? Or is your ear capable of translating visual light frequency into ear-wavelength frequency?
Originally posted by defcon5That is a great way to get around cutting your lawn. I wonder if my neighborhood association would fall for the “ I won’t cut my grass because its cruel to it” excuse?
See, I am learning something on ATS everyday!
I’ll let you know how that turns out…
Originally posted by defcon5Well I would say that you are in the correct frame of mind to say the least!
I went outside and I could not hear a darn thing either, and I am further South then the OP is so it should have sounded like a freight train. I felt pretty foolish for even trying it, but I had to go have a smoke anyway.