posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:52 AM
I feel it almost everyday while sitting quietly at my computer ... I feel it as soon as it stops. Otherwise, while walking around or involved in work,
cleaning or whatever, I don't usually feel this vibrating at all.
Due to allergies, I don't have any carpeting or throw rugs on the floors -- I have hardwood floors or tile all throughout, so I can really feel the
vibration, even if I'm not sitting here barefoot. ... with or without shoes on ... I can feel it right underneath the hardwood-floors and
cement-slab underneath the wood flooring.
I suspect if the floors were carpeted, or if the floor weren't ground level, (had a basement or crawl space), I probably wouldn't be able to sense
or to feel this strange vibrating .... it's very weird ... and I don't have a clue as to the origin or source of it.
There's no connection to the vibration on the hardwood floors with appliances turned on or the A/C unit running ... as it even happens when major
appliances, especially the clothes washer, or the A/C are both turned off.
It's a light, very subtle ground vibration underneath the ground floor, which is the first floor of the house. The house is on a cement slab.
I actually notice or realize the vibrating or light shaking when the vibrating stops, (for a short period of time) as it does cease, at least every
now and then. In other words, I'm more aware a vibrating situation just happened after the fact ... when the vibration stops for a brief period.
That's when I realize the ground underneath the floor was vibrating -- when it stops vibrating ... how weird is that?
It is very strange ... and very annoying. I have no idea what it might be.