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Originally posted by darkest4
reply to post by discl0sur3
Thats completely untrue. I have first hand heard thunder rumble near constantly like that while playing baseball (well really sitting in the car at the field cause it caused a game delay) back in highschool. It wasn't quite that dramatic as the video but if a scientist says it can happen and the video seems to show it happening during what is clearly a storm, why the hell should I doubt it just cause I "want" to believe in something more elaborate or supernatural?? Pretending you know more about the acoustics of a storm and the earth just because you personally haven't heard it is a slippery slope to ignorance. Whatever though, instead of doing some research into the scientists' explanation ignorantly claim its "impossible" just based on your feelings or limited personal experiance, have fun with that.
PS its pretty ironic you tell me to "pipe down and let people speak their mind" just because I don't agree with you... Did you not even realize the irony of such a sentence when you typed it?edit on 20-3-2011 by darkest4 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by thesethguy
omg really?! I'm a frequent reader of ATS just for curiosity and saw that this was on the front page of the site. I live in central Florida about 2 miles from an international airport. I hear this sound around 100 times a day from my home. It's that rumble, it's really really loud, and sounds like it could come from any direction. So... yeah, airplane. Thanks.
Originally posted by majesticgent
reply to post by darkest4
I have heard ducting myself it sounds like regular thunder except it keeps rolling on continuously and you do not hear the break between the rumbles of thunder as one normally would;
The 911 call was one of about a dozen calls that poured into Flagler County. An unexplained phenomenon, described as everything from a low rumble to a window shaking movement, rattled residents from St. Augustine to the Volusia County. "The ground rumbled and the building rumbled. Definitely abnormal for here," a resident told WFTV. WFTV found at least two people who have experienced sonic booms and earthquakes from their time spent in California.