posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 08:12 AM
reply to post by bhornbuckle75
You may be right. As far as I'm aware (through experience) there is usually some similarities between the low ends of the wind during a wind cut and
any low sounds being recorded. The different elements of the video audio just don't add up to me. But I'm not saying that's "how it is". There
doesn't seem to be a relation to the "low sound" in question and the other sounds in the video to me. Also, the flash looks manipulated, and the
fact whoever records it stands there in total silence gives me the impression they're just out there videoing a storm, or have a clear intention of
adding a sound at a later date.
If there's one thing I'd suggest people do when they're taking any video of any phenomena is talk
- describe what you're seeing or hearing.
Speech to camera over the top of audio can drastically improve the chances of it being bunked or debunked. Why stand in complete silence. It's like a
having a page of a book with no words just a picture of flames. We'd all interpret it as something different, some may think it's a cosy fire, some
may think it's the depths of hell. But if some text underneath it reads "back of a jet plane afterburner" we realize it's something completely
different and has context.
There is no context in these videos. No-one saying "I've just come outside, listen to this! Can you hear this?" like there are in all the great
noise from the sky videos
. If there's something I've learnt through years of watching YT videos, it's that when something real is happening -
people talk about it, they laugh, they question it. Complete silence IMO is a strong indicator of a side purpose - a staged event. For that reason, I
feel these videos will just filter into nothingness. Or maybe into one of those videos by the same guy who keeps making the same compilation every day
on YouTube about the strange noise phenomenom.