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Originally posted by joeshsamp
I live on the mid-coast in Maine and have heard the same noises. i live next to a small airport so at first i didnt think much about it but then i noticed the sound was different then most of the jets coming and going, and i saw nothing in the sky. There was a thread on ats last year about somthing similar to this...(cant find it right now, ) the guy said it almost sounded like a big rig in the sky. Anyway one person on that thread gave the excuse of VLF/ELF waves.
"Natural sources of electromagnetic perceptionFor centuries, humans have reported hearing unexplained noises in conjunction with meteors including "thunder-like sounds" at the scene of the Tunguska event on June 30, 1908. Astronomer Edmund Halley collected several such accounts after a widely-observed meteor burned up in the sky over England. The Leonids meteor shower in November 2001 also led to many reports of observers hearing crackling or fizzing noises. Similar observations have been reported by soldiers near the site of nuclear explosions.
Colin Keay, a physicist at the University of Newcastle in Australia, has advanced a hypothesis that purports to explain these phenomena. According to Keay's theory, meteor trails give off very low frequency (VLF) radio signals that the human ear cannot sense directly but are heard because a transducer on the ground must be converting the radio waves into sound waves. He has produced experiments that demonstrate that materials as commonplace as aluminum foil, thin wires, pine needles, and wire-framed glasses can act as suitable transducers.
Powerful VLF waves can induce physical vibrations in these objects, which are transmitted to the air as sound waves. Keay defines the field of geophysical electrophonics as "the production of audible noises of various kinds through direct conversion by transduction of very low frequency electromagnetic energy generated by a number of geophysical phenomena." Some scientists state that electrophonic effects may also be caused by lightning strikes, very bright auroras, and earthquakes.
Electroreception has also been studied in the animal world. Ritz et al., in Biophysical Journal, hypothesize that transduction of the Earth's geomagnetic field is responsible for the magnetoreception systems of birds. Specifically, they propose that this transduction may take place in a class of photoreceptors known as cryptochromes."
This should help explain it better....I dont think that this is a very good reasoning for it but its a start.edit on 21-3-2011 by joeshsamp because: needed qoutes
Originally posted by MarkJS
................ I've heard fireworks and the classic steel warble sound (which I think is an good?/bad? angel flapping his wings)
Originally posted by DClairvoyant
It's a free-energy mechanical device, using what experts refer to as Quantum Mechanics refer to how the universe operates as "Quantum Foam", Every cubic centimetre of "empty" space is seeing energy, so much in fact, that if it were converted using Einsteins's famous equation E = mC2 (that is Energy = Mass x a very big number), then it would produce as much matter as can be seen by the most powerful telescope. There is actually nothing "empty" about space. so why can't we see anything there? Well, you can't actually see energy. All right then, why can't you measure this energy, and secondly, the energy is changing direction incredibly rapidly, billions and billions and billions of times each second.
There is so much energy there, that particles of matter just pop into existence and then pop back out again. Half of these particles have a positive charge and half of them have a negative charge, and as they are evenly spread out in three-dimensional space, the overall average voltage is zero. So, if the voltage is zero, what use is that as a source of energy? The answer to that is "none" if you leave it in it's natural state. However, it is possible to change the random nature of this energy and convert it into a source of unlimited, everlasting power which can be used for all of the things we use mains electricity for today - powering motors, lights, heaters, fans, pumps, .... you name it, the power is there for the taking.
The science taught in schools, colleges and universities at this time, is well out of date and in serious need of being brought up to date. This has not happened for some time now as people who make massive financial profits have made it their business to prevent any significant advance for many years now. However, the internet and free sharing of information through it, is making things very difficult for them. What is it that they don't want you to know? Well, how about the fact that you don't have to burn a fuel to get power? Shocking, isn't it!! Does it sound a bit mad to you? Well, start doing some thinking on your own, how far down the rabbit hole do you choose to go to find suppressed truth?
For example, Shell BP which is a typical oil company, makes about US $3,000,000 profit per hour, every hour of every day of every year, and there are dozens of oil companies. The government makes even more than that out of the operation, with 85% of the sale price of oil in the UK being government tax. No matter what they say, (and they both do like to talk "green" in order to gain popularity), neither would ever for a single moment, consider allowing the introduction of fuel-less power devices, and they have the financial muscle to oppose this new technology at every possible level.
edit on 15-5-2011 by DClairvoyant because: spelling.