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Very Strange "non-earthquake" Rattles So. Cal.

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posted on Mar, 4 2009 @ 11:35 PM
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Underground digging? Like they do to make the bases. Maybe using the machine to poke through to one of the gigantic underground caverns in order to destroy an inner earth extra dimensional space port?

I'm glad I don't live in LA. I have an understandable shaking ground under tall buildings phobia.




posted on Mar, 4 2009 @ 11:45 PM
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Its the locust horde surfacing to take over the world lol



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:01 AM
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i live in northern calif and i've noticed 3 times in the last 2 weeks between the hours of 10 pm and 12 pm shaking of the house, and it is a brief side to side shake and only for a few seconds, plus there is an almost inaudible very low frequency sound. the strange part is that i can barely HEAR it, but it FEELS massive. i've gotton up each time and went outside, but there was nothing noticeable.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:02 AM
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My local news calls it "mysterious shaking in the OC" which is where Chapter29 lives, but at least they acknowledge it...

Local KCal9 News link



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:03 AM
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Interesting event.

It is unlikely, but possible, that you could get a repeat performance within 24 hours, depending on what it was.

Keep your cameras / iphones etc. somewhere close at all times incase it does happen, so you can get some good shots of everything shaking... probably including you


I've got no idea of what it could be that no one else has mentioned.. Just the same suspicions.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:06 AM
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"I'm leaning toward a non-sonic type boom from an experimental or military aircraft far overhead - perhaps with a propulsion system or airframe that minimizes or mitigates the sonic part of the boom and we just felt the airwave disturbance traveling to the ground."

This has the marking of the DOE. The Department of Energy does tests’ like this often. I know It happens where I live. Sometimes they tell you sometimes they don’t. Your house will shake the door will rattle, floor will vibrate, etc. Anything but an earthquake.

Let see, The last test DOE did was some sort of test with low pulse sound waves I think. I’m sure that is what you have experienced. I just wish the DOE would give an advanced warning to the aerial stuff. For the ground testing , like explosions etc. and earth shaking stuff. they do give out a warning the day before. just never the aerial test stuff.

Nothing sinister here. The DOE does work with other companies in mining and exploration. Recently I think the DOE has been trying new experiments’ in the mining area. I can see how low pulse waves might benefit mining, but then again maybe not. could be for somthing else.

I do like when they give a warning on the news." The DOE will be testing " Fill in the blank" and , will be used to benifit other technologies else where in development. " it a general statement they always use.

I have to admit it is a strange feeling when your whole house vibrates and the ground is not moving. If you’re out side you can feel actually feel it . It's a very powerful pulse that lasts for about 2-3 seconds. I think if they turn up the knob any more windows will start to break. I thought a few of my windows would break, you can actually see the windows flex.




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posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:20 AM
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Are they doing any hiway construction around there? Sometime when they drop those concrete barriers can make a house rattle from quite a distance.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:35 AM
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I live in Huntington Beach also. It was really strange. I had almost forgotten about it, but I was like, "WTF was that?" and my girlfriend was dozing on the couch felt nothing. I thought I was over reacting but it was very unusual.
On another note, I was driving past Camp Pendelton earlier in the evening yesterday, and there is an awful LOT of activity going on there. I have been driving through the area on the 5 fwy off and on only about 5 years now, but there seems to be a huge amount of training going on. More than a dozen copters of several kinds, including attack copters and some ships off the coast. I don't know if this is unusual down there as my drive by's aren't that frequent. However, I have never see so much activity down there.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:38 AM
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Originally posted by Outrageo


I'm leaning toward a non-sonic type boom from an experimental or military aircraft far overhead - perhaps with a propulsion system or airframe that minimizes or mitigates the sonic part of the boom and we just felt the airwave disturbance traveling to the ground.

Any other theories out there??



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So how exactly do you propose that what you experienced was emanating from a Supersonic Aircraft, yet you experienced no "Sonic Boom"? You cannot negate the Laws of Physics in the way in which you are attempting to do so. The "Airwave Disturbance" which you mention IS the "Sonic Boom". They are One in the Same.

As for the Possible Culprits, an SR-71 is definitely at the Top of the List, along with Experimental Aircraft based at Edwards, Nellis, and even China Lake.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 12:55 AM
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Just for the record...I have felt this before, quite a few times, but usually in the wee hours. The most prominent occurred about 2 months ago. I was having trouble getting to sleep, and at about 1:30am I felt what was very similar to a "rolling" type of earthquake. Those of you that have felt this type of quake know what I mean. Like the one last July in the OC area. I was SO SURE it was a quake I felt an adrenaline rush and was just about to wake up the girlfriend. It lasted about 10 seconds or more, and it definitely rocked the whole house. I would have figured 4.5 or better, but alas, no quake reported. Last night's incident was definitely more "violent" and shorter. I'm leaning towards an atmospheric anomaly personally.

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posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:03 AM
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Same time in my house in SoCal, I was watching American Idol (Yes, I know, I should be hard at work on 'The Great Dark'.) And my wife and I heard someone trying to open our sliding glass door for about 10 seconds.

I jumped up and turned on the lights, no one there.

A few minutes later, I heard the same thing, this time it really sounded like someone trying to get into the house. I reached behind the couch for the Mossberg 590 and turned off the lights...nothing.

I'm still in shock over this, because we have a lot of sonic booms from Edwards Airforce area and even the Shuttle reentry and NOTHING ever sounded like this.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:07 AM
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Howdy

I found it quite interesting that Matt Drudge picked this item up so quickly after its reporting on the CBS affiliate in Southern California. It remains as one of the lead stories on his site.

This reminds me of the Kokomo, Indiana incident in 2008. (Yes, it was on UFO Hunters... but, it doesn't diminish the relevance of the similarities)



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:11 AM
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A video by a local TV station came on line - the report does nothing to dispel the mystery (other than to imply neither earthquake or sonic booms as the source). Check some of the 911 calls...

Amazing...

So Cal Television Reporter on the News about this Rattling Mystery

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posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:19 AM
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I live in North Carolina. On the night of March 3-4th at about midnight we were in the midst of a snow storm. I was making a cup of hot chocolate at my sink and noticed the sky flashing RED. I went outside and there was a blinking red strobe out of the sky lighting the entire sky. My parents observed this same flashing, and we looked around for visible signs of maybe brake lights from a vehicle or something that would reflect off the snowfall. We found nothing, and no noise of aircraft. Odd...this repeated 2 more times lasting about 30 seconds within about an hour period. Being 3 hour difference than in Los Angeles this would put this event around the same time period as you. Later at about 1:30 am EST time a street light next to my house went dim, then sky flashed an emerald green color. There was no thunder and no visible signs of any lightening outside of the whole sky flashing color.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:29 AM
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How strange! The news reported many 911 calls from people that thought someone was trying to break into their house. Several posters here reported this type of thing. What type of odd thing can cause this sort of confusion???



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:34 AM
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Originally posted by manbird12000
A few minutes later, I heard the same thing, this time it really sounded like someone trying to get into the house. I reached behind the couch for the Mossberg 590 and turned off the lights...nothing.

That's what I'm talking about! I live about an hour east of Orange County in the Inland Empire and we didn't hear or feel a thing. I hadn't thought about it until you mentioned it but if I experienced what all of guys did though, hearing a door or window rattle without any ground movement, I'd be reaching for my Mossberg too! I've only got a 500 rather than a 590 though you lucky guy! I'm getting a cool heatshield and collapsible buttstock for it this week though!



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:37 AM
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I like how he said "a mailing address for 'UFOs'?" at the end of the report.


Interesting stuff though, socal can be a hot place afterall


Speaking of UFO's & yet more wild speculation...UFO fight?



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:44 AM
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The more I read up on the descriptions, it sounds like a use of a HAARP-type device.

If we consider to symptoms: things related to glass "tapping", a boom, and dogs going nuts... we are looking at some kind of UHF projection through the air.

HAARP

Granted, perhaps not the HAARP program... but perhaps something similar?

As a bit of explanation, it would be concurrent with this type of technology that glass would seemingly rattle, but nothing else would. Also, the sound used would not be perceived by human ears, but would be to dogs. And, then, if this type of technology was directed into the air, in a weaponized-type form, there could be a sonic boom-type event as the one that was described... I understand that this is a general conspiracy, but, if one considers HAARP and the Russian dislike for the program, in conjunction with this event happening during high-tension discussions between Moscow and the new administration involving the Eastern European defense sites... perhaps this was a bit of behind-the-scenes tactical strong-arming?

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posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:45 AM
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I had the same thing happen at around that time (Northern California). The windows rattled, and then it immediately started pouring rain.. I was thinking it was thunder.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 01:50 AM
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Originally posted by odd1out
How strange! The news reported many 911 calls from people that thought someone was trying to break into their house. Several posters here reported this type of thing. What type of odd thing can cause this sort of confusion???


That's the part I find really odd as well. It's not just a couple of people saying it. It's also strange alot of people have said windows and doors rattled, but not other things in their homes. So, was this rattling just on doors (or windows) that had glass in them? Or did doors without any glass also shake or give the sense of an intrusion (B&E)?




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