posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 04:53 PM
reply to post by Thought Provoker
Yeah, that's a pretty one of a kind, kind of sound.
Betcha that sucka shows up as an intro to a horrible hip hop song now since you posted it.
Hey, anything that will rattle neighborhood windows and houses at 3 am is fair game...
As to the other comments asking for clarification on the implications of this, you might try reading the thread. What a concept!
But basically, it's one thing to talk about harmonic tremors under known active, erupting volcanoes. But generally, people don't tend to live on top
of them. It's another to be talking about harmonic tremors happening under your own house in the middle of Arkansas- indicating a possible
reactivating volcano about to blow you and your neighborhood clear across the state along with all its ashfall. Get the picture?
That's why if we see these things on seismic graphs, it is a good idea to ask. As westcoast stated, there have been none detected, but we still have
a curious situation going on there of people feeling rumbles, occasional small quakes, and strange readings on the graphs- and contacts with the pros
in the field have so far not yielded much forthcoming information about what is going on there. They think it's a newly discovered fault that's
acting up- that's about it.