t's a very sharp, consistent rumble sound," Maghnieh said. "Sometimes it's like a hum." The city councillor said that at one point, he put a half-full water bottle on the ground and could see the vibrations causing ripples on the water's surface. At another point, he could hear the aluminum siding of a house rattle due to the vibrations. "It was very obvious. It was very evident," Maghnieh said. "It sent shivers up my spine." Maghnieh said he's so far received about two dozen calls and a half-dozen emails from different people in his ward with complaints about the rumble. When he followed up on some of the recent reports, two homeowners agreed to let him on their properties and investigate. The time period between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. was chosen because that's when the vibrations are reportedly the most distinct. "I don't know if it's stronger then or not. Maybe it's just because it's quieter outside," Maghnieh said. Although the Ministry of the Environment has studied the matter and has ruled out industrial sources, Maghnieh said there needs to be further and fuller investigation. "You can't have hundreds of people just imagining these things," Maghnieh said. "We need resources. We need co-operation. We need somebody assigned to this." Now Maghnieh is preparing a map of his ward to track the location of the rumblings, with radii indicating where the rumblings have been the strongest. It might not be long until the issue hits Maghnieh even closer to home: He recently finalized purchase of a house on Everts Avenue, and some of the rumbling reports he's received are from fellow Everts Avenue residents. "On my own street," Maghnieh exclaimed. "On my new driveway, my first day arriving at my home — three different residents from three different homes came to welcome me to the neighbourhood, and the first thing they said was: 'There are rumblings here. It's bad.'" Maghnieh said he doesn't regret buying the house. "In fact, now I'm even more motivated to get to the bottom of this.
Originally posted by Gaussq
I had a funny experience this summer as I took a swim in the ocean. When I sat foot on the sand floor of the ocean I felt my feet vibrating, the whole ocean floor vibrated. I never felt it before and I live in Sweden, there are no quakes here(almost at least).
Someone told me the third Fatima is actually about 40 hrs of global earthquake followed by massive Tsunamis across the globe etc, maybe this is the global warm-up? Wait and see. When I see those mini-quake threads from the Canary Islands, Iceland, Washington State, Arkansas, the Pacific, Greece etc etc, one can see something is going on.. Anyway, I have expected it since I was 7 years old and that was like 31 years ago, a long wait.. Good people will make it anyway.
/Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance is good, Falun Dafa is good
Originally posted by Deplume
I have a question if I may..
I've lurked for ages, and I haven't posted many times since I joined properly, but I share the thoughts on here with my friends and family.
When I told them about these noises, they didn't take them seriously, but I visited some family this weekend, and played them the youtube vids with these strange sounds on them.
Weirdly 4 people said after listening to them, they sound eerily similar to the SETI WOW! recording.
The w duality of the noise, with it's low rumble, and high pitched sounds.
Maybe instead of looking below us, for an explanation involving volcanoes and earthquakes, perhaps we should be looking up?
I'll be very interested to hear what you think.
Edit: I played some of these vids to my partner, who is an electronic engineer, as well as a musician who makes powernoise music (industrial distortion with a beat, to those unfamiliar) He spends a lot of time sampling sounds and vocals, and distorting them to make them almost unrecogniseable before putting them into his music. This is because a voice pattern broken down, gives people a slightly uneasy feeling.
He swears that the noises heard over the top of the low rumble, that some of us interpret as gears, are actually too close for comfort to vocals of some kind. He says it has a broken rhythm. Which, if you listen to someone making a speech, sounds similar. It's his opinion, that we're listening to a message of some kind.
Thoughts?edit on 17-8-2011 by Deplume because: (no reason given)