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Mysterious Sound - COLORADO - 10-19-2011

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posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 01:17 AM
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Is the clicking part of the sound? Or is that the lens cover hitting the camera?




posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 01:22 AM
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Those almost invisible airplanes with the very long sound have been doing that roughly a year now in my area.

I'm about 60 miles from an Intercontinental, 30 miles from a small hopper airstrip. There's a military base about 120 miles away, and if they are shipping overseas, they would take the same path I have been hearing.

The flight path for commercial airlines never USED to go over me. I managed to see them one day, in fact, a line of them all about 1/4th mile apart from each other. They MIGHT have been commercial airliners, I'm not sure.

What I DO know is this:

You hear them for minutes before they arrive, and when they do get almost overhead you can see them for a very brief period of time, and then POOF! They disappear about 1/4th mile away from me but the sound continues on for awhile longer.

It SOUNDS like the weather phenonmenon "inversion layer" but that doesn't explain why they disappear. There must be some invisible haze or something - that's all I can reason from what I've been seeing. Maybe these new squirrely, squiggly light bulbs have ruined my vision worse than I figured. I don't know.

I see them when they are about 1/10th to 2/10ths of a mile overhead coming toward me, they pass over and then 1/4th a mile past me POOF!

One of them sounds like a lawnmower in the sky!



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 01:30 AM
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The question is, if these sounds are definitely airplanes, why do they last so long? I mean an airplane is going to come and go....so the sound should naturally decrease or increase over time.

Somebody call the Mythbusters, because I'm definitely giving up on finding the answer to these sounds.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 01:39 AM
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The sounds last WAY too long, yes. 10,15,20 minutes

Also, the planes (IF they are commercial) are flying a whole lot lower than the commercial planes used to.

It is VERY loud and goes on for an abnormal length of time.

The answer MIGHT be in atmospheric phenomenon. Invisible haze. Inversion layer but jet noises during a period of inversion layer never sounded this length of time.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 02:11 AM
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That sound sounds like its coming from vibrating ground. Maybe its comes from drilling, those sounds can travel very far if base rock is not fractured there. Ground can work like subwoofer.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 02:23 AM
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Sounds very like a military jet on distant low flying manoeuvres to me. I visit Somerset quiet often and have heard this many times as the military jets fly low over countryside .They have to practice radar avoidance flying
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posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 02:28 AM
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the answer of this issue is : The planet is singing , those noises are the voice of electromagnetic field !!!, problem solved ..there is a force on magnetosphere from the sun that way the earth respond in this manner



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 02:30 AM
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Originally posted by Sly1one
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Interesting thing is the direction I head the noise coming from doesn't seem to have any fracking locations within 100+ miles. I don't know how far fracking can be heard?



That website doesn't show all of them. I have to guess roughly where you're located (I'm in Denver). I can tell you that there was a well drilled, that should be in completion stage, probably roughly NW of you.

The noise I hear from your video sounds a lot like the flare stack either while drilling (underbalanced) or during completions. It's a constant "jet" noise as they burn off millions of cubic feet of gas and can go on for hours or days. I've been close enough to them that the noise is deafening. It does sound similar to that and I can see on the mostly prairie land of Colorado the noise traveling a great distance. That doesn't mean that's what it is, but it's possible it's drilling related.

I'll look and see if I have a video from the flares I've been around. Pretty intense to be standing under a 75-100' flame in -60F weather and having the ground steam around you.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 02:57 AM
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Originally posted by dyvfd

Originally posted by Sly1one
reply to post by speculativeoptimist
 


Interesting thing is the direction I head the noise coming from doesn't seem to have any fracking locations within 100+ miles. I don't know how far fracking can be heard?



I'll look and see if I have a video from the flares I've been around. Pretty intense to be standing under a 75-100' flame in -60F weather and having the ground steam around you.



Yeah I'm replying to myself. I found a video from those days and the noise is almost identical. But just drive by a site that has a flare stack and is actively venting, and you'll be see how it compares. This was a smaller flare, so it doesn't have the deep rumble. The only ones that I have that have the deeper rumble could be considered classified because they have work stuff in them.

There used to be a decent website that showed the rig count for North America, but I can't find it right now. Basically there are between 1200-2000 rigs actively drilling in the US at any given time, in nearly every state on the major plays. Colorado could have several hundred drilling right now, which means there would also be several hundred wells also undergoing completions.


edit on 20-10-2011 by dyvfd because: Tryin to add some vid.
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posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 03:14 AM
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Making a guess, I would think it is planetary atmospheric disturbances of some sort. Could be the effect from outside the atmosphere causing the air and gasses to somehow resonate. Natural, yet possibly warnings for other drastic changes. Clearly, it takes a lot of energy to generate such a waveform. Where is the energy coming from?

I wonder if you map the locations and times and compare them to seismic record for low magnitude resonance too, you could see the sound matching or within the waveform.

This has me baffled, and I have heard from 4 or 5 different locations. People are recording these. I hope someone pro, has the presence of mind to grab a quality recorder and a good microphone in an event.

ZG



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 03:18 AM
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I am in Central-ish Utah, and I heard a similar noise two nights ago.

There was an isolated storm moving through that dropped almost rain and there was no lightning. About 5-6 mins into it I went out for a smoke and heard what sounded like an incredible low frequency that i could tell was somewhat coming from the SE but i couldn't tell if it was originating from the sky or on the ground. It sounded like it was coming in waves, like it almost had rhythm. it seemed completely separate from the storm itself. Later on i heard that this had been reported in different locations all over the country that day. A ll I can say is that i have no idea what it was, only that i felt fear and it was very sketchy.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 03:39 AM
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Good example, but the sound is so sustained in the phenomena. We hear the jet in proximity, where the phenomena seems by description to cover a wide area, and is sustained for many minutes and longer.

The fluctuations in the sounds of the jet are due to the jet passing through variable patches of density. High and low pressures, colder/warmer in a smaller geographic area. Also the sound traveling through that same air to your ear crossing yet more variable areas and changing pitch and frequency ever so slightly. Desert air that is stable has less variance due to more uniformity in larger areas of air mass. So by the rate of variance you can tell something about the air.

An example of how to read air is how contrails can tell you the general relative humidity by the thickness of the trail or none at all, which usually happens in dry air. So at least at the observed aircrafts location you can see the conditions.

I've yet to hear about any serious study yet. I know several agencies responding to complaints attempted to record it and failed, but nothing came out of that or any other study. They should arrange observation by a gifted meteorological or multidisciplinary scientist who could connect the dots. "All the evidence is there for us to see (or hear) Watson!"

ZG



Originally posted by tarifa37
Sounds very like a military jet on distant low flying manoeuvres to me. I visit Somerset quiet often and have heard this many times as the military jets fly low over countryside .They have to practice radar avoidance flying
edit on 20-10-2011 by tarifa37 because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 03:43 AM
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That is as close as I've heard in any of the videos I've seen. But what in gods name would that say? Fire and gas under pressure. Hmmm.


ZG



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 03:59 AM
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Sounds exactly like a subway.

I think you took audio of a subway and put it over the video of your remote ranch.

Nice try



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 04:34 AM
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Same sound here in norwich uk all nights



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 04:49 AM
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its a fracing vehicle searching for natural gas and oil in your area. I have heard it many places in the US and it turns out it is a vehicle used for searching for gas and oil deposits. it sends our signals and vibrations that rebound back t the vehicle or another data vehicle and records the densities in the ground. this data is cheaper to gather in this way rather than paying for commercial satellite time.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 04:52 AM
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There is no metalic/metal sounds in this one like some of the others, to be honest until i hear it for myself then i am just going to assume a lot of you are jumping on the band wagon about hearing these "sounds" and are more than likely lying that you have heard them. Not meaning you OP i am not sure about you but some of the others that post there "noise stories" just make me annoyed.... Anyway i will stay skeptical about the situation dont think we will get any answers though. Its just a lot videos have metal kind of sounds and some dont. Whats that all about.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 05:54 AM
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You said you live near an airport. Performing extended engine runs to op-test components is a common occurrence at airports where any routine maintenance is performed. I know there's an air base in that area - likely just an engine run on a transient aircraft that had a mechanical issue.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 05:58 AM
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I think people post comments like 'This is being heard all over the world', to point out that the sound is probably NOT due to NASA doing rocket testing, which also comes up virtually every time one of these mysterious sounds threads starts.

NASA don't have huge rocket testing facilities all over the world, therefore, as these sounds ARE being heard all over the world, Occams razor would dictate that rocket testing is NOT the cause.

The same is true of aircraft testing, military bases and so on.

Not everywhere these sounds are being heard is near an airport, military or civilian. Not near a military base, not near a space port. Some are of course, although again, one would imagine that people who have lived for years near to an airport, a military base or airbase, or a rocket testing facility would by now have been able to identify the sound, as they would be used to hearing the sounds made from the places, and be very familiar with them.

These are being reported simply because they are so unfamiliar.

If i lived within earshot of an airbase, a rocket testing base, or an airport, i wouldn't think it so strange to pick up a camera and record the familiar sound of a rocket test, low flying jet, or engine test would i? I'd be used to hearing those sounds and wouldn't think anything of them.

These sounds are something else..what though?

Tunnelling is an option..as is secret military craft (cloaking tech is possible these days), but doesn't seem likely, as why fly near cities and towns, when they have thousands of square miles of restricted testing grounds to fly over and test in? Doesn't make sense if you wanted to keep your aircraft a secret.

UFO's and other unknown, but often observed aircraft are widely reported as being mostly silent in operation, with occasional reports of slight electrical humming, or static electricity like crackling sounds. Loud booming sounds are not usually reported with UFO sightings. Unless this is a new race of ET's and their machines visiting we've not yet observed, i think the UFO explanation is unlikely too.

Space borne waves of some kind?

Perhaps the region of galactic space we're travelling in now, has some unknown phenomena that is producing this sound?

Maybe there are odd, physical energy / particle waves that are bombarding our upper atmosphere or magnetosphere and causing these sounds to be produced from the pressure of the impact. This could account for Global warming on Earth and on all the other planets in our system, high energy waves or particles from this region in space (we orbit the galactic centre every 200-250 million years might be responsible, as well forces that may be apparent as cross it's equatorial plane every 26,000 years (which were doing right now).

Maybe it's something to do with a geological crustal displacement / pole shift?

Maybe the crust of our planet is starting to move around on top of the magma to re-orientate itself, like the loosened skin of an orange floating about freely on the orange flesh itself.
Hopefully, it's not something that's going to be dangerous to anyone, but it is very interesting.



posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 06:11 AM
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Living/working on an Air Force base it sounds like either a landed fighter jet engine or a very large jet engine, like a C-5 on the runway.

Depending on the terrain you can probably hear them for miles around. I know when I'm about a mile from them they sound like they're right next to me if the engine is pointed directly at my location.

That's probably what you're hearing.





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