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Originally posted by KAOStheory
reply to post by BRITWARRIOR
Let me be the first to aknowledge your existance and efforts, if I knew how to paste in the clappy-hands I would.
I guess no one else understands what you did or are saying here, but I for one can see what your saying without even doing the work now that you have. Some well known producers still don't know how to trim or smooth a sample so not surprising someone would make this mistake. Its like photoshop guys, for detail, you have to zoom in.
Originally posted by verschickter
sounds like a lawn-mower to me, at 0:18 he mowed some graveledit on 21-3-2011 by verschickter because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by NewEmpire816
reply to post by Rocky Black
I wouldnt move underground with the way the planet has been shaking and moving.. lol I hope they move underground to save their own skin and a quake happens and just crushes their bunkers.
Originally posted by Ali3nAlly
Originally posted by Rekrul
to me it sounds like tribal drumming, or a moving train underground. maybe the government is trying out mind control with certain vibrations... speaking of which, how come the united states has little to no revolution going on and almost every other country does?
another idea... the government has undergone building of giant underground Nuke bunkers... a real life beginning for "fallout" vaults?edit on 21-3-2011 by Rekrul because: i thought of something else...
Originally posted by OuttaHere
I am in San Diego and definitely heard it last night during a torrential downpour. I jumped up, saying, "Oh, cr@p!", ran to the door and opened it up to get a better listen. It is, not unheard of for water spouts to make landfall here, and on very rare occasion there is a weak tornado, and that's what I thought I was hearing.
So I opened the door and listened. It sounded EXACTLY like the Floria recording.
We live near a military base, and it is not unusual to hear jets taking off and landing when the conditions are right. But this was a sustained sound, and could not possibly have been a takeoff or landing. I was seriously thinking it must be a vortex (except there wasn't much wind) when it stopped, abruptly. That lasted about five seconds and then it started up again at full volume. It continued starting and stopping over and over, at full volume, for about ten minutes. Again I stress I hear takeoffs and landings of all manner of aircraft all the time and this was completely unlike the usual sounds coming from the base.
I have heard this exact same sound, with the exact same pattern, during the day in bright sunlight, several months ago. At the time it didn't alarm me because on a bright sunny day my first thought was not "tornado". I figured they must be testing the engines of some aircraft on the ground. Do they do that? What does it sound like? I will have to hunt around for YouTube videos or sound files to see what I can find.
Last night, I was so concerned I even posted about it on facebook and several of my friends posted that they had heard it, too. They all assumed it was military operations at the base. Nevertheless, it was very strange. Sounded nothing like any aircraft I have ever heard, and I have lived here near this very active base (formerly of Top Gun fame) for twenty years.
Originally posted by chrismir
Powerlines can sometimes make strange noises aswell. With the earths magnetic field fooling around and all (see compass thread(s)), powerlines could be reacting on this, which might be the source of this sound. It would explain the wide range of the phenomenon.
Disclaimer; I have no background on this subject, I'm just thinking out loud
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