posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 06:45 AM
I have lived within a quarter mile of Robins Air Force Base (one of the nation's largest air force bases) for around 30 years.
Every week, mainly on Wednsday, they roll out the B2 and other gigantic aircraft and do engine tests of some sort. These last all day and we've
gotten use to them around here.
During the engine tests, they'll rev the engines up all the way for a few minutes, let them idle, and sometimes even takeoff and land repeatedly.
On a weekly basis for 30 years.
Robins is also bordered by a frequented set of train tracks, also a quarter mile or so from my home, and also in heavy use. 2 to 3 runs per day.
I've never heard ANYTHING like the video in Florida. One of the largest air force installations in the U.S., and i've never heard ANYTHING even
close to the depth, length, and deci level displayed in the Florida audio.
do NOT accept these excuses from the debunkers. This sound isn't coming from jet aircraft, train tracks, or even thunderstorms.
very strange indeed.