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What's shaking the skies of the North West?

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posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 04:24 PM
reply to post by underduck

I'm gald you brought this up, I forgot to mention it in my original post.

I have two indoor dogs. Starting this summer, they have BOTH been acting out of the usuall. They get excited and start to bark when there is nothing going on that I can see or hear. They are not dogs that are prone to bark at nothing. My whole family has commented on it, and when they do it we even say that maybe an earthquake is about to happen.

Another thing...this year, for the first time since at this location (going on 5 years on this house now) I didn't see ANY bats this summer. I live near a water inlet and usually at dusk they would swarm out of the trees and swoop at us if we were in the back yard. I didn't see even ONE this year.

There have been numerous 'biological' unexplained occurances up and down the coast. From large jelly-fish never seen here before beaching themselves, to pelicans flying inland and crashing into things. Just wierd stuff.

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 04:37 PM
reply to post by westcoast

Just wondered if you had seen this thread yet, on mystery disease/Bats... I wonder if it's connected?

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 05:11 PM
I've also heard those sounds, they last for about 15-20 seconds. And you know what it is?
I live 15km (9.5miles) from the airport, and at night when everything is quiet (11-12pm) and we have north wind, you can listen the 747s take off. You can't see them yet because they are speeding in the runway, and when you finaly see them in the air, the sound is gone or is barely noticeable.

But yeah... I live in Lima, so it has nothing to do with =).

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 07:27 PM
Date-Time Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 23:51:21 UTC
Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 04:51:21 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones

Location 47.608°N, 121.871°W
Depth 10.5 km (6.5 miles) set by location program

Just in-case some heard this one.

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 08:15 PM
reply to post by LadySkadi

No, I hadn't seen this thread. ...I will read it later when I have the time.

Do you know of any other similar stories involving other animals?

Thank you!

[edit on 14-10-2009 by westcoast]

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 08:24 PM
thanks for the info snf


posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 08:24 PM
[edit on 14-10-2009 by The Cloak]

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 08:25 PM
[edit on 14-10-2009 by The Cloak]

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 08:26 PM
i wonder if some one has built a huge TESLA COIL and is cranking up the beast? that sound#3 is well strange. just a thought.

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 08:42 PM
I have been hearing this damnable ringing. It is like when you rub a wet finger around the edge of a wine glass, and it sings and rings a high pitch. I hear it mostly at night, when the area is quiet. I have called the power company, and reported it, thinking it might be a nearby transformer. It isn't. I thought maybe it was our power isn't. I have walked around at night, listening, to see if it might be power lines...Nope!
It really seems to be emanating up from the ground! Yet, If I get down, and put my ear on the ground...It isn't any clearer.

It is this audible, and faint high pitched ringing...damnedest thing!
And, yes, I have had my hearing checked. It is OK.

Our dog seems to notice something once in awhile...she'll jump up, and look around confused, and then lay back down. She has started to dig at the carpeting lately. She never did it before.

I live in the Mid West, Great Lakes region.

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 09:20 PM
This could explain it.

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 09:31 PM
I grew up as a child in oxfordshire england within hearing distance of the us bomber base brise norton, i now live in victoria bc, started hearing the rumblings last summer 2008 coming across the water from somewhere east and too the south of the san juan islands, my first thought was, oh sheet mt baker is going off, then after a few more days of it my cellular memory kicked in back to my childhood, B52's landing or taking off, this is the same noise we have been hearing here as of late, it has been very calm here in recent months, the ocean like glass and no wind. Perhaps the specific weather conditions facilitate the travelling of the sound wave, it is a sound wave though as not only do we hear it you can feel it too, i did check up on whidby island air base to see if B52's are stationed there, the runway is long enough and it's location precisely where the sound wave seems to be coming from. cheers.

[edit on 14-10-2009 by voodmon]

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 10:14 PM
is it this airbase?
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it made me smile, has WELCOME HOME written on one of the run ways in massive letters!

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 10:29 PM
Yes! that's the one, Ault field. My guess is since you are in the UK you know where Brise Norton is, probably Beckley and Otmoor too. Are you a pilot? Hunters?

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 11:01 PM
I keep reading this fascinating thread waiting and hoping someone will have a recording of this..... but no one does. The only audio in this thread is apparently the strange sounds link in YouTube recorded in the Ohio River area last year.

Anyone have recordings of these sounds from out west? The ones the news reports are about? Or did I miss them somewhere?

posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 11:22 PM

Originally posted by dreams n chains

Anyone have recordings of these sounds from out west? The ones the news reports are about? Or did I miss them somewhere?

Listen from about 9:00 - 9:10 in the video embeded in the second post of this thread.

I just watched it and that section I refer to may be relevant to this thread.

posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 12:08 AM
In all likelihood, you are seeing manifestations of slow-slip earthquakes. They have been seen in the Cascadia region before, and seen at Hawaii south of the Big Island. This would also explain why your dogs are going nuts. They can hear a lot more than we can.

Just an FYI... the Cascadia Subduction Zone is structurally very similar to the fault complex that generated the Sumatra megathrust earthquake (and tsunami) in 2004.

Feb. 2, 2009 -- A bizarre form of earthquake, which happens over the course of two to three weeks but makes barely a rumble, are lending important clues to the Cascadia subduction zone in the Pacific northwest, one of the most dangerous fault zones on Earth.

For the last decade, slow-slip earthquakes have been measured in fault zones all over the world, baffling scientists. Though the 'quakes' release as much energy as a normal earthquake between magnitude 6.0 and 6.5, they produce almost no shaking.

But researchers have measured separate, small tremors at around the same time as the silent quakes. And in a new study in the journal Science, a team of seismologists show the two events are really one in the same.

The 1700 Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake - A Tsunami strikes Japan

An earthquake of magnitude 9 rocked the Pacific Northwest on January 26, 1700 around 9:00 PM. A series of independent discoveries over the past two decades have narrowed the window of occurrence of this "great quake" to a precise time. Preliminary evidence consistant with this date came from carbon dating, tree ring studies, and soil deposits. Although these lines of evidence enabled scientists to verify that a great subduction zone earthquake struck the Pacific Northwest within one or two decades of 1700, the exact date date remained unknown.

Japanese Records
Kenji Satake, a researcher from the Geological Survey of Japan, along with a team of scientists from the University of Tokyo found Japanese records to tsunami occurrences along the country's eastern coastline between January 27 and 28, 1700. Careful analysis of these historic tsunami records indicated that several coastal villages were damaged.

SEATTLE - You can't feel it, but at this moment, parts of Washington and British Columbia are having an earthquake. It is a slow-moving trembler that can't be felt and won't cause any injuries or damage. Still, by the end of the event, which already has lasted more than two weeks, it is likely to have released about as much energy as equivalent to a 6.7 quake similar to that the Nisqually earthquake did in February 2001.

The movement is occurring deep beneath the Strait of Juan de Fuca and parts of Vancouver Island in the area where the Juan de Fuca tectonic plate slides beneath, or subducts, the North American plate. The event began on Feb. 26 and could continue for another two or three weeks.

And scientists are now learning that these quakes may not be all that rare.

For years, a Canadian scientist fretted about tiny tremors that registered on seismographs - when they registered at all - only as background noise.

But about six months ago, Garry Rogers decided that the little high-frequency tremors signaled the slow, so-called "silent earthquakes" deep below the surface of the Earth - quakes that over a period of weeks can release as much energy as damaging surface temblors.

"People have been ignoring them for years," Rogers said of the tremors in a telephone interview Friday from the Pacific Geoscience Center in Victoria, British Columbia.

He and colleagues plan to outline the connection between the tremors and the silent quakes next month at the Seismological Society of America's annual meeting in Puerto Rico.

Now "we know that as soon as we see these tremors, that it's started," he said.

Rogers "has been worrying about this for years now," said a colleague, geophysicist Tony Qamar at the University of Washington's Seismology Lab in Seattle. "In the early days, some people tried to tell him it's not anything to worry about."

Rogers said the tremors "look very much like wind noise," but when he looked outside while they were registering, trees were still and there clearly was no wind.

After studying the data - and realizing that the tremors coincided with Global Positioning System readings that indicated silent quakes or "slip events" - he waited. Researchers at Central Washington University in Ellensburg had determined that the deep quakes occur every 12 to 14 months, so action was expected this spring.

These could be stress building events for the main fault front between the Juan de Fuca and the North American plate. It's getting within it's time frame to pop if past events are a decent predictor.

evidence indicates that great earthquakes may have occurred at least seven times in the last 3,500 years, suggesting a return time of 300 to 600 years. There is also evidence of accompanying tsunamis with every earthquake
Recent findings concluded the Cascadia subduction zone was more hazardous than previously suggested. The feared next major earthquake has some geologists predicting a 10 to 14% probability that the Cascadia Subduction will rupture in the next 50 years, producing an event of magnitude 9 or higher

Cascadia Subduction Zone

When it lets go... your gonna have about 15 to 20 minutes... if that, to get to high ground. Oh.. and don't forget that Mt Rainier has quite a bit of "altered rock" that will likely be coming down when this quake happens. Altered rock was normal rock.. granite or such, that has been leached down to a clay like consistency from the acids percolating up from the volcanic vents and fumaroles.

From this PDF on the subject.

[edit on 15-10-2009 by RoofMonkey]

posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 03:35 AM
I thought I'd chime in that I've noticed such a sound/vibration from time to time during the last few days here in Southwest Montana. My dog seems to be quite agitated by it. It may be pertinent that this coincides with a series of rumbles down in Yellowstone, which is something like 175 miles as the crow flies.

posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 04:08 AM
This doesn't just happen in the North West. For instance, I have experienced this mysterious Hum for at least 4 weeks now. It only happens in my house or sometimes in my car. Basically in a localized enclosed environment.

I don't hear it everywhere, but it seems unfortunate for me that it's awfully hard to sleep at night with this noise that seems to pierce into my left ear. I know that my left ear is more sensitive to noises, but I can't figure out another part of this puzzle...

There have been night's when I've felt utter physical vibrations in my head and in my hands too. There have been mornings I wake up with bruising on my legs yet I have no memory of how it really got there, and there are no physical pains associated with the bruised areas. Now, I'm wonder, What in the world is going on? What's happening to me that these things appear on my body while I have little memory into how they got there, and why is there bruising yet no associated pain?

I have to drink excessive amounts of alcohol in order to fall asleep in all this noise and "effects" because my usual sleep medications are no longer strong enough to drown out this distracting irritation.

I don't know what's causing it, but I speculate it to come from either above or below because the walls seem to affect the noise. That is, if I step outside, it goes away. So the walls seem to capture and affect the sound waves (or whatever it is...). I don't know if it will get worse for me, but if it does I might be forced to move. I certainly stand to have my health deteriorate if I get wasted nearly every night.

There is a lot of Masonic symbolism in my hometown. I might take pictures of it. It's just proliferated all over the town. Very obvious, blatant symbolism to another who is somewhat educated in occult symbolism. (I live in one of the Southern states of the USA.) Pretty wild the world seems when one uncovers some information sources...

posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 04:49 AM
reply to post by Johnny5?

yeah...after listening to the same audio on youtube i got the impression of
something mechanical and relatively rhythmic. if it were stealthsky vehicles they would have to be going in circles to keep the audio coming at such a sustained pace...for those in the areas that this is occurrring in i
would suggest putting a stethascope or some type of device to amplify sound directly onto the ground...try to detect if the sound gets stronger or weeker over time then report back my book it's a mystery for now!

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