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Originally posted by marriah3330
reply to post by PLASIFISK
I know u said u were joking but uh, when you said "scan..." that tripped me out, my friend told me that she felt a very fast but strong vibration that felt like it was not just under the ground but through the ground to the sky right through her, she said, and I quote, "I felt like I just got scanned" trippy you said that lol. I dont know if I want to tell her what you said, I dont want to scare her or make her jumpy any more than she has been lately.
Northern Florida may not have impressive geologic features aboveground, but it's a different story below.
Much of it sits atop dissolving limestone riddled with caves, crevasses and conduits, coursing with freshwater that erupts at more than 700 known springs.
The term "karst" describes such places, where the only thing between surface-water runoff and the groundwater aquifer can be a few feet of sand. In some places in this sinkhole landscape there's nothing at all between aquifer and sky.
Southern Leon and Wakulla counties are part of the 280,000-acre Woodville Karst Plain. Wakulla Springs is its superstar, but the karst plain is also home to a quarter of Florida's biggest springs, pumping more than 2 billion gallons of water a day.
Originally posted by TribWarrior777
reply to post by discl0sur3
This is what I got on Saturday morning and had posted on my FB...dunno that it helps but it might lend some credence to your' post. www.wftv.com...
Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by TrueAmerican
and you'd still have to explain what a NASA rocketship would be doing at Tallahassee Regional Airport
Not with ducting. But I am not saying it IS rocket noise.