Originally posted by KathyG427
It sounds VERY similar to the sounds of the Japan quake captured by underwater microphone.
check it out:
TAMPA PALMS - Brad Page has become accustomed to the rumble of traffic on Interstate 75, fronting his home in the Estates at River Park subdivision.
But he was ill-prepared for the deafening sound from a new natural gas pipeline being installed nearby.
A utility company representative apologized, saying the test is conducted infrequently but is necessary to ensure the integrity of the pipeline.
Florida Gas Transmission is running the pipeline adjacent to I-75 through parts of Tampa Palms Area 1, the TPOST Community Development District Area 3 and on Tampa Electric Co.-owned property adjacent to Area 1.
Page lives in Area 1 south of the junction to I-75 and Bruce B. Downs Boulevard.
An apparent pump used during testing of the FGT pipeline has rattled the neighborhood and unnerved nearby residents, including Page and his two young children, at least three times since March 4.
"It sounded like a jet engine," Page said, describing the noise he measured at about 95 decibels the evening of March 4.
Originally posted by discl0sur3
Originally posted by allprowolfy
Not sure op, but i do know a sould like that for an alloted time is un-natural to say the least. It is almost as if there is an alternate reality playing out as of late. One that we cannot see, but can sense,hear, and smell. Crazy times indeed
Agreed and thank you for your comment. I love the National Weather Services explanation, thunder...lol, cmon. I've never heard thunder rumble continuously for over 20 minutes in my 36 years, and I've been in some nasty storms