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- The High Coast has the highest isostatic land uplift in the world after the latest glaciation. The relative land uplift is 285 metres above the present sea level. A comparison with all land uplift areas in the world after the latest glaciation shows that the only comparable area is at Hudson Bay in Canada where the equivalent uplift is 272 metres. The other areas with isostatic land uplift reach substantially lower levels. Furthermore, within many of these areas the isostatic land uplift can be difficult to distinguish from tectonic uplift.
- Due to the undulating terrain the distance between the highest shoreline in the High Coast and its present shoreline is only approximately 2 km whereas at Hudson Bay the distance is roughly 50 km. The land uplift's geological and biological impact is therefore exceptionally evident and concentrated in the High Coast while they are scattered and diffuse at Hudson Bay. The rate of land uplift in the High Coast is presently 8 mm per annum.
It is possible we're seeing the start of a crust displacement?
We can add the residents of the tiny U.K. village of Woodland in County Durham to the list of people who are hearing or have heard a strange noise (hum). For the residents of Woodland, an unexplained 'humming' noise that's been occurring like clockwork that began four months ago and is heard between the hours of midnight and 4 AM. In 2008, the mysterious hum heard in Suffolk which, so far, is unexplained. In April, 2009, in Halifax, reports of a mysterious humming noise driving the resident's 'nuts'. In the 1970′s, a deep, rumbling noise in Bristol that affected thousands of residents who experienced nose bleeds, headaches, and insomnia. An unexplained humming noise, heard at night, which was still affecting the residents up until 2009.
Originally posted by CodeRed3D
I'm curious why no one has mentioned the underground bunker business that's going wild these days. They are being built everywhere.