posted on Sep, 1 2011 @ 10:21 AM
About a decade ago, there was a long discussion on the old Riskers list website of these same noises in localized areas of the US. There were
posted pictures and descriptions of huge boring machines such as used for making the Chunnel and other large horizontal holes in the earth's crust.
Some posters claimed that there were nuclear-powered machines that moved at phenomenal speeds. Not exactly boring machines, they supposedly melted
the rock as they advanced and left a smooth, finished tube in their wake.
I argued that such a machine encoountering combusionables, even water, would vitually make itself a fired bullet shooting back down its own track.
Given the new knowledge of fracking, that concept seems even more unlikely. But I'm not an engineer!
But vibrations and the rhythemic thumping noise of some of these recent recordings is very similar to what we can image when a boring machine, turning
at x rpm, encounters a harder material than the surrouonding material. In other words, it chips away at the obstruction each each time the cutter
comes around. Perhaps someone with more knowledge and skill can compare the recordings of those noises with standardly used typical, large bore
Most of our "escape" paths are seen outward to space. Perhaps to TPTB it is far more practical to think in terms of moving below the surface of Earth
rather than off the surface. After all, tunnels and living areas below the surface would be relatively cheap when compared to building unimaginable
space arks, where they would go, etc.
Threats to the mass extermination of most of Earth's humanity is constantly growing, not diminishing due to the proliferation of nuclear weapons if
not by accidental means. Tunnels have always been the way to escape most of the threats to human survival. Extensive networks of high-tech tunnels,
principally for military purposes and secondarily as population shelters may not be as far-fetched as one would imagine at first thought.
Note: I would caution on equating the sounds such as heard in Russia as resulting from strong ground vibrations. But of course the reverse can occur
with thunder and sonic booms causing short-term ground vibrations,
edit on 1-9-2011 by Aliensun because: (no reason given)