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Revelation 6:16 They called to the mountains and the rocks, "Fall on us and hide us from the face of him who sits on the throne and from the wrath of the Lamb!
Originally posted by Gixxer
you think someone is tunneling under florida? you do know were at sea level right? lol
Originally posted by rogerramjett
The wife heard one of these rumbles on Tuesday night here in Ontario, she said it lasted about 10 minutes.We had a little quake here last week so I am guessing that the world is still ringing from the Japan quake. It is possible that the fluids underground are re-settling and that may be what is causing all the rumbling sounds. I have thought about all the underground tunneling and am pretty sure that it is happening around my area. I have heard that the elite, TPTB,illuminati...etc are trying to save themselves by digging thier own graves, dosent matter though as they will still have to answer for their deeds in the end.
Some cities have already started to expand underground. Both Toronto and Montreal have extensive downtown retail complexes below the surface. "It keeps Montreal's core dense and lively," says Jacques Besner, a city spokesperson, "which can be a challenge in a climate like ours."
Originally posted by OldCorp
Under our avatars (mine is quite sexy don't you think? ) are several notations about the user. I know what "P," "S," and "F" stand for, but what to "W" and "K" mean?
Originally posted by adjensen
I went out to walk the dog at about 6:30AM, and there was this incredible rumbling noise that I'd never heard before, it really sounded like an earthquake or tornado. But there are no earthquakes in North Dakota, and few tornadoes when it's 30 degrees out in March. But it was very disconcerting because it just kept going and going.
After a couple of minutes, though, I heard a train whistle and realized that I was somehow hearing, very loudly, a train moving, though the nearest tracks are a good three miles away, and that's in the city -- to be moving fast enough to make all that noise, it would have to be outside of town, and that's a good 5-7 miles away.
I can occasionally hear train whistles near my house, but not very loud, so whatever the conditions were that morning were amplifying the sound from the train, significantly -- which, I assume, can be accounted for by the state of the weather that day.
It stopped after about five minutes, but it was very strange and, until I heard the whistle, somewhat alarming, given the earthquake in Japan and speculation about the Yellowstone caldera.edit on 24-3-2011 by adjensen because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by OldCorp
That could be an example of the "ducting" phenomenon the National Weather Service has been blaming these rumblings on. I have no doubt that it is a verifiable phenomenon, but I don't think that it accounts for all of the instances of people hearing the sound.
Cute puppy btw.