reply to post by KnightFire
haha! If it were only that easy!
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?
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 minutes
Originally posted by greeneyedleo
I had mentioned earlier that I have lived on air force bases and am very familiar with engine runs....
I currently live 30min from three (3) bases and I do not hear the engine runs now....I hear the jets flying over at super high alitidues giving a rumbling type sound....
but the sound she captured is not engine runs...esp if she lives far from Barksdale....this is something else...
now many of the other sounds captured DO sound like engine runs....but this is eerly close [sounding] and not engine runs....
I appreciate what you say, and I was very much on the fence in the last thread. On the other hand this op's video sounds almost the same, in fact I thought it was the same person OP at first, but the other poster is now banned. Anyway since that, I discovered this place, Stennis Space Center Engineering & Test site,
This places things a lot nearer to the op, as it is situated on the Mississippi and Louisiana border.
It is described as a one-of-a-kind facility by NASA, and it TESTS rocket and jet engines.
I do think places like these would need to be discounted first, and that requires more info.
I too, am listening with decent earphones and also through a 1000 watt system, and the bass line seem to pick up subtle changes in the sound, as if the the sound source is changing or being changed or altered in some way, that would certainly be the case if a new type/design of engine was being tested.
Originally posted by adamjagger11That's the truth. Not that I can hear this particular audio well over my iPad speakers. I'm talking about something I experienced for myself. I have heard many kinds of odd rumbles over the past year. I have over time been able to figure out the cause and source of most of them. I have noticed there has apparently been some sort of change in either my local weather or topography (much woodland was cleared recently for road construction) that seems to make ordinary jet sounds and ground sounds linger for a longer duration now. Long enough for the difference between now and times past to be noticeable not just to me but others in the area who bother to pay attention.
thats some crazy sounds ,sounds like a huge mothership hovering above cloaked up.