posted on Jul, 12 2011 @ 12:48 PM
Originally posted by StealthyKat
reply to post by westcoast
Thanks for sharing that.....did you hear the "sheet metal" womping sound too? Or was it just the roaring?
I don't want to weigh your thread down too much with my own theories/ect, but I'll expand a bit more and my own thoughts.
Yes, there is another quality to it that could be described as swooshing, but to me it seems more like a 'pulsing' or 'pushing' for lack of a
better description. It seems to build, ebb, build, but there is never a 'cresendo' like you get when a jet flies overhead...it just stops.
Abruptly. Strangest thing and just.....not....right.
I was working on a theory for awhile and was trying to correlate the sound to the deep tremors we have been getting here on the West Coast. The deep
tremors, as best as scientist can discern, are caused by the subducting plates. They believe this because the only places they have found this so
far are in subduction zones. I talk about THAT more in my 'putting it all together' thread....you see, I think it is ALL connected.
I believe there is SO much that isn't understood about this planet and the plate tectonics and what is REALLY going on under our feet. I just feel
it in my gut that these sounds are related to this movement. For awhile I was tracking the direction of the sounds in relation to the location of the
deep tremors for the day and it was matching up. I was in correspondence with some top USGS/PNSN geologists about it, but they stopped talking to me.
I don't know if they got sick of me, or if I got too close to something.....(tin hat coming out
Again, I go into this more on my other threads...they have all evolved over the past year or so and have eventually ended up in the same
place....resulting in my last 'putting it all together' thread.
For those that want to learn more about the deep tremors, here are a couple of web sites:
This explaines what it is:
In short, an ETS is a discreet time interval (episode) of relative tectonic plate movement (slip) coupled with high frequency seismic energy
bursts (tremor). ETS usually last for around a few weeks duration as opposed to regular earthquakes where energy is released within seconds to
This is a GREAT map that updates daily to show the recent tremors for the day. You can go back and look at past days and map a period of time. Cool
Deep Tremor Map