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Originally posted by technique
This has me thinking alot of these sounds are being heard around airports ive also heard people describe feeling almost a ENERGY field around Denver International.
Now we all know this New World Order governmet infrastructure is being put in place as we speak and this new government will most likely not allow travel to and fro. What if these airports are being converted into some kind of holding facility or maybe worse.
These airports are too big not to be used for something. The Vibrations could be a Underground Boaring Machine of some type and the sound might be some kind of realease of High Pressure from the machine being realeased to the surface through some type of Vent.
This would explain the rocket sounding noise and air pressure fluctuation.
Someone else please chime in on this as this actually seems plausible to me.edit on 21-3-2011 by technique because: grammar
Research is continuing on establishing the technical and economic feasibility of excavation systems based upon the rockmelting (Subterrene) concept. A series of electrically powered, small-diameter prototype melting penetrators have been developed and tested. Research activities include optimizing penetrator configurations, designing high-performance heater systems, and improving refractory-metals technology. The properties of the glass linings that are automatically formed on the melted holes are being investigated for a wide variety of rocks and soils. Thermal and fluid-mechanics analyses of the melt flows are being conducted with the objective of optimizing penetraton designs. Initial economic models of the rock-melting concept extended to large tunnelers are being developed.
An excavation technology based upon melting of rock and soil has been extensively developed at the prototype hardware and conceptual design levels for terrestrial conditions. Laboratory and field tests of rock-melting penetration have conclusively indicated that this excavation method is insensitive to rock, soil types, and conditions. Especially significant is the ability to form in-place glass linings or casings on the walls of boreholes, tunnels, and shafts.
The Wakulla Volcano was the name given to a prominent column of smoke, sometimes accompanied by bright light, seen coming from deep in the swamps of Wakulla County, Florida, from at least the Spanish occupation of Florida through 1886. The scientific assumption today is that the smoke came from a peat fire.
Twenty-five miles southeast of Tallahassee there’s a secret buried in the vast Wacissa Swamp that’s one of Florida’s great pioneer legends. For nearly two centuries, stories have been handed-down about the mysterious Wacissa Smoke, which supposedly came from the long, lost Wakulla Volcano.
A number of explanations have been given, most famously that an active volcano stood out in the swamplands, but no one was able to locate the smoke's source before it disappeared forever on August 31, 1886, the day of the Charleston earthquake.
Prior to 1960, Clarence Simpkins of the Florida Geological Survey, made several expeditions into the swamp and discovered boulders scattered in piles “like they had been thrown out of the earth.” Simpkins also stated that these were not of volcanic origin.
...the light had created much excitement in his neighborhood, as a loud, rumbling noise was frequently heard in the direction of it during the week...
Originally posted by PersonalChoice
I almost couldn't believe it when I saw this thread, and I'm totally shocked after watching the video the op posted...I literally just came in from walking the dogs and while out there I literally heard the exact same sound...To me it sounded like a shuttle taking off and I honestly chalked it up to a military jet on it's way to landing 12 miles away at Rickenbacker...But I had never heard anything fly over that sounded like that before. It was almost identical to the video, except it sounded a little louder in the op video...The best I can relate it to though was a deep constant roar of a shuttle blasting off. I was listening to headphones, and the bass of the sound, a rumble was loud enough that I stopped my music and stopped walking and sat there listening to it for about five minutes till it got low enough that I figured it was going away.