Thanks for the replies. The fact that no one has jumped up and told me I'm stupid is not making me feel any better though.
I wanted to keep the original post as scientific as possible, so now I would also like to add to my list of reasons, the recent 'noise'
I am a personal 'witness' to the strange sounds we have been experiencing here. There is a long thread on it, I will find it and add it here in a
bit. The best way I can describe it is as if the ground is resonating and then this resonation is bounced off the atmosphere and then
it as a kind of far away, distant thunder, but closer than it sounds. Wow...does that even make sense to anyone besides myself?
Let me describe it this way: I was outside at night and heard what I thought was a wierd thunder, but I knew it wasn't thunder. It was if I could
feel the vibration in my body and then hear it from a distance, low and rumbling. The sky was clear over me and according to the radar, everywhere
near me. I immediately went inside and checked to make sure baker wasn't rumbling (that's what it sounded like) and checked the local weather. I
found the thread regarding this very noise later and I just don't know what to make of it. I have heard it three times now.
I have always thought it was geological in nature. When I found out about the possible caldera, I immediately thought of this 'noise' and wondered
if it could be connected.
Okay...back to the thread.
TA, I eagerly await to hear what your reply is. I am hoping it can be easily explained away as something other than HT. I agree that many, many
seismos all along the coast are looking wierd. But again, I do not normally monitor those specific stations, so I can not give an opinion on them.
I am going to do some more research later tonight when I actually have time and do some comparisons. I'll try to debunk some of this myself, and
hopefully wont find more info to support it.
Edit to add the thread link: What's shaking the skies of the northwest?
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