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Originally posted by Philippines
Originally posted by BIGPoJo
Are they doing fracing in the area? If so, there are seismic trucks that vibrate the ground in search of more natural gas. They make quite a bit of noise and vibrate the surrounding area.
Here is a pic of a large one, smaller ones also work in tandem. They are usually white in color.
Interesting point really! I have read/seen videos of other places in the world having this sound but didn't correlate it to hydraulic fracturing. I have never heard this sound or anything like it in my life.
Have you researched this sound being linked to fracking activity going on nearby where these sounds were heard, or read that someone confirmed it is going on nearby?
Originally posted by Legion2024
Its the sound the earth makes while it is cutting though space at great speed, And somehow the sound is being directed down for people to hear.
Wind shear can have a pronounced effect upon sound propagation in the lower atmosphere, where waves can be "bent" by refraction phenomenon. The audibility of sounds from distant sources, such as thunder or gunshots, is very dependent on the amount of shear. The result of these differing sound levels is key in noise pollution considerations, for example from roadway noise and aircraft noise, and must be considered in the design of noise barriers. This phenomenon was first applied to the field of noise pollution study in the 1960s, contributing to the design of urban highways as well as noise barriers.
The speed of sound varies with temperature. Since temperature and sound velocity normally decrease with increasing altitude, sound is refracted upward, away from listeners on the ground, creating an acoustic shadow at some distance from the source. In the 1862, during the American Civil War Battle of Iuka, an acoustic shadow, believed to have been enhanced by a northeast wind, kept two divisions of Union soldiers out of the battle, because they could not hear the sounds of battle only six miles downwind.
Exactly! If you can triangulate where the sound is coming from, that will give you a better idea where it is! Once you do so, start coming in to the center. I still stand by my “cloaked ship scenario”. Once you do so, start lobbing rocks at the position of the sound. A wrist rocket would be even better! (just be careful not to shoot or throw stuff at your friends across from you! Hehe)! Of course, video tape EVERYTHING…!
ps if anyone ever has this happen instead of making a long video/recording from one location could you please send 4 people out on bikes to 4 compass points and see if it gets louder in an attempt to isolate the source.