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Rumbling all day TODAY (12/28/2010) in Western Washington

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posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:15 AM
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Well, I was able to save the sound bite to my PC from the link you provided, but was unable to save here too ATS.

With YouTube, you only need to insert the short code for the link that is at the end of that HUGE string of numbers!! thanks again.




posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:19 AM
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Originally posted by Shenon
www.youtube.com... here ya go
edit on 29-12-2010 by Shenon because: Stupid Code thingies


Oh yeah,i posted a Videoresponse to yours on Youtube.
edit on 29-12-2010 by Shenon because: (no reason given)


Okay, quoting you so it's it at the top of this page.....I HATE the new editing time-limit. I can't go back and add it to the OP.


PERHAPS a MODERATOR could do it for me????!!!!!



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:26 AM
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Could Filter the second one too,but theres not much going on in that, other than the rumbling getting a little quiter at the End. Should have recorded a little longer



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:33 AM
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I know, I know. The dogs wouldn't stop barking, a TON of geese kept flying over-head sqwaking, a dang helicopter flew over right after I turned it off plus jets. With the way the recorder works, it was VERY hard to get any length of time that you could hear it.

I will go out again tomorrow ofcourse, to see if it is back. If so, I will try to record it again. For now, it is after one in the moring and I HAVE to go to bed. Thanks for your help!!



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:49 AM
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I looked around a bit and found an interesting article on gravity waves causing geologic activity. I have yet to read it in it's entirety but here's the link.viewzone2.com/gravitywavesx.html



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 06:07 AM
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Don't know if its connected but I live in the UK and just before the snow arrived here I heard/felt a series of very low rumbling noises, 5 or 6 in total I think, same distance apart, same low pitch. I say heard/felt - it was kinda a mixture of both... It couldn't have been an aeroplane nor a train, come to think of it I have no idea what it was. Plus i'd had my weetabix so that rules my stomach out.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 06:27 AM
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This is quite interesting. you don't say exactly when you could hear it though - this could be quite useful to match it to any live information on sites such as PNSN. Approximate position where you hear it too, would be useful. Obviously I don't expect exact coordinates, but accuracy to within 30 km or so would probably do to find the nearest seismographs.

As to the rumbling, it is quite low frequency. I've opened it in Audacity (free software sound editing software if you want it), and looking closely at it the frequency is around 70 - 80hz. Similarly if you open it in a media player you can use the equaliser to boost the volume of this frequency band, though you may need to do this manually - in VLC this doesn't get raised for the bass presets.

Taking your first post as the time you heard it, there is no doubt that there is something on the webicorders, quite a low frequency too. Looked on the broadband ones if you want to see them. No idea what it is however. Normally when you see this on a mountain one it's attributed to glacier movement or wind, but to see it on a few does seem to reduce these possibilites somewhat.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 06:39 AM
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Originally posted by westcoast
I know there was a thread last year about the rumbling heard here every once in a while by many people:


What's Shaking the Skies of the Northwest?


We also talked about it a bit in my thread titled:

What might really be happening in Washington State? ..... Which is a thread about some theories surrounding Washington State geology and volcanics/tectonics, but I think it is all related.


I have personally heard this rumbling/vibrating three times in the past two years. Keep in mind that I have lived in Washington State for most of my life....35 years and in Western Washington for twenty of those. I know what a Jet sounds like. I used to live near an airport and have been around naval bases enough to know what it sounds like. I also know what a train/truck/etc. sounds like. Let me be VERY, VERY clear here: IT IS NOT A JET that I am hearing. Nor is it thunder (which I at first thought it might be the first time I heard it.) It has the same quality as thunder, in that you actually feel it as well as hear it. But it doesn't have the same build-up or release and lasts wayyyy too long for it to be thunder.

On the three other occasions I heard it, it was always at night, brief and I wasn't able to get anyone else to hear it. Today was different. It might even still be happening. I desperately wanted to post at the time, but couldn't. I first noticed it early this afternoon when I went out in the hot tub. (same as the last time but then it was at night) It was so loud and long lasting that I didn't realize what I was hearing at first. I looked at my husband who also heard it and I raised my eyebrows. "Loud train?" I asked...he shrugged his shoulders. As he was talking, I tried to pay attention but kept being drawn back the sound, It wasn't a train. It ebbed and flowed. I thought it was a train at first because I could feel it...the vibration, as if it were a train close by. The tracks run past not quite a mile away so at times when you are outside you can hear it briefly. But this wasn't a train. It went away...then it came back. I listened. Definately NOT a jet. Yes, we have jets here. I heard several of them today, over TOP of the rumbling...it is a VERY different sound.

About an hour later I went out for a walk and to my surprise I heard it the WHOLE time!!! It is coming from the SouthWest...off the coast, towards puget sound. I am located about 80 miles North of Seattle. I could FEEL it. I tried to record it with my camera vid, but it was too faint. When I got home, I got my HD recorder and went out back. It was still there. My son came outside and he clearly heard it too. While we listening, a jet flew over...making it even more apparant that what we were hearing was unique. I tried to record it. My HD recorder is extremely sensitive to sound however and would rather pick up on whatever is loudest...including my breathing, the birds, footsteps, coat rustling and dogs barking....BUT you CAN hear it if you listen hard. I just can't figure out how to upload it!!!! If someone can help explain to me how to upload media here, I will insert it.

Is there anyone from Washington State that heard this today? Go outside now and see if you can still hear it.

I still believe that it is geological in nature. The sounds reverberates through my body and it's HUGE. It sounds like it is coming from the sky....but it eminates through your body like it's from the ground. I don't know if that makes sense??? I would love to see if these rumblings tie into tectonic activity. The last time I heard it it came from the SouthEast of my location, the time before to the NorthWest, but always from the sky.

Is there going to be a large seismic event of the coast of Washington/Oregon soon? There were no deep tremors recorded today: Tremor map

There were so far no quakes in our state today: USGS quake list

And lastly, no volcanic activity (I have described this sound as similar to when Helens errupted, which I experienced): PNSN network link


I realize I could post this in either of the related threads I linked, but since it has been awhile and I have a recording of it, I think it warrants it's own thread. Thoughts? Ideas??? (someone to help me post the vid???)

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edit on 28-12-2010 by westcoast because: Gramatics.



EDIT TO ADD: I went ahead and uploaded to Youtube. I have two recordings. Sorry for the quality, by the mic is too sensitive for up close, not so much for far away.
Both of them, if you listen hard, you can hear a far-away rumbling at about the 9 second mark. Warning, loud dog bark at the end of the second one!!!


When you put your sub woofer on. You hear Woewoewoewowowowowoeowoewowowowowoeoweo

edit on 28-12-2010 by westcoast because: because I'm a nube




edit on 28-12-2010 by westcoast because: (no reason given)



When you put your sub woofer on. You hear Woewoewoewowowowowoeowoewowowowowoeoweo

edit on 29-12-2010 by TribeOfManyColours because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 06:59 AM
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I have heard this many times here in south Louisiana.....it sounds exactly like a train....but there are no train tracks near me. It is a low rumble which slowly gets louder, then fades down...then repeats a few times. One day it was strong enough to rattle my windows for several minutes. Shortly after that, we had a very small earthquake (which is VERY rare here) ....I have heard it 3 more times after that, the most recent in November.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 07:00 AM
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Hmmm.... I heard the exact same thing recently. I'm trying to remember the exact day, it was the week before Christmas, maybe the 22nd? I know it was around 6:00 PM AST. I was playing a computer game in my living room when I felt more than heard a light rumbling, I stepped out the front door and it was quite loud seeming to come from the North, sounded exactly like what was recorded in Shenon's recording. I also thought it might be a plane of some sort but the sky was clear and there was nothing. I don't live near the ocean and the trains don't run anymore, lol. I live smack dab in the centre of the Province of New Brunswick on the east coast of Canada.

I called my husband who works 13 km from our house to see if he could step outside and hear it but he wasn't able to.
I would say it lasted about 5-10 minutes and stopped.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 08:17 AM
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I lived in Western Wa. most my life, maybe it was brought up in here and I missed it, but are you sure it is not shelling/drills from one of the military bases?



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 09:38 AM
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Here's an off the wall thought. Maybe the government is expanding their tunnel system. All they would have to do is name the seismic event a national security issue and order it unreportable.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:00 AM
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Well, this is interesting, I was in Washington... Liberty Lake to be exact yesterday and the day before, I'm stuck in a blizzard in Montana now.

I heard some strange noise night before last, I thought it was aircraft of some kind, maybe it was?

The really strange thing is during the "noise" there were periods of static and lost reception on FM radio and the timing was unmistakable, coincided perfectly, and I was dropping calls on my cell phone so often that I gave up making calls wi-fi signal was strong but would not connect... The weather was very odd, warm for the inland northwest this time of year, it began raining, hard at times... Now all snow, I wonder could this be some kind of weather related anomaly, or weather modification of some kind?

Weird!




posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:36 AM
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Unfortunately that would not work for them as the seismos would still record it.

@westcoast. I can;'t hear anything on the You Tube videos - must be my hearing. Did I see you have a sound file somewhere?

If you do could you upload it to here please.
qvsupload.4shared.com...

I will have a look at the rest of the stuff and get back to you!



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 11:21 AM
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Thank you for the thread, OP. This sort of thing is an ongoing mystery and it's always interesting to see what theories people have. The fact that you were able to get some recordings is immensely helpful, especially with members like Puterman who can analyze them.

Just wondering if you could answer something for me: I heard dogs barking... I assume they're either yours or neighbour's? Could you give an opinion on whether their behaviour have been at all unusual lately? Do they seem more agitated than usual, for example, or perhaps don't want to go outside when they normally would? Anything like that would be worth noting as various animals can be sensitive to things that humans often don't notice so much -- if at all.

Thank you.

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Hi Puterman,

as the OP is not around, I've uploaded a copy of Shenon's longer sound bite .wav file to your page. I uploaded it unencrypted so there's no pw needed.

Here's the link to it, copied from the upload page.

Quite clear low rumbling between about 4th to 10th seconds. Apparently 70 to 80 hz but running it through my speakers they get very unhappy which suggests there also also some much lower tones there. I'd be interested what you make of this as in my mind, it's reminiscent of some of the sounds Shirakawa created from seismo files on the YS thread a year or so ago.

Best regards,

Mike
edit on 29/12/10 by JustMike because: I added an extra reply to save making a new post.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 11:38 AM
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Thanks for that.

I have put his clip through low pass filters 500Hz, 200Hz and 50Hz. These are the resulting files.

50 Hz
200 Hz
500 Hz



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 11:41 AM
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Thanks Mike, see above

I am going to see if I can get some other sounds from the videos

Working on the larger file. Sounds interesting

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posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 11:49 AM
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Thanks for those, mate. Any chance of slowing them down at all? I had a listen to my copy on the QT player and used its gadgets to play it at half speed and it was easier to follow.

Have to admit the Juan de Fuca subduction zone fault always comes to mind whenever I hear of anything odd like this from that part of the world. That fault gives me the creeps. But then, the Juan de gives me the creeps all the time -- just because of its potential...

Mike



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 12:01 PM
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I think that " rumbling " is what we call thunder. Just my best guess though~



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 12:04 PM
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I checked out the thread you mentioned and also the USGS pages that have those traces. I'm not an expert in such matters and I guess very few of us are, but we can still deduce a lot from the info that's available. Frankly the data trace posted by the OP in that thread was well within the ranges of fluctuation that have been shown on previous traces. Even on the USGS page that the OP posted, it clearly shows that such fuctuations are normal (and that's the exact word they used). Anyway, I couldn't find any references online that indicated the experts were in the least bit concerned.

I'd therefore doubt that minor magnetic fluctuation is actually connected to the events the OP is talking about. As such fluctuations are quite normal, then these weird noise events would be occuring much more frequently if they were related.

Regards,

Mike




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