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Originally posted by AgentSmith
reply to post by 1AnunnakiBastard
Careful, even though entertaining such sarcasm might offend some people on here! LOL! It's surprising how many people believe that crap
Originally posted by Toots
S&F, OP! I just got done reading everything in your post. No time to listen to the videos now, but after your description of the noise (and several others) I do believe we may have a match, but on different dates. I recorded what I heard on Jan 06, 2012...which was several days after my SO was commenting about feeling and hearing very low rumbling noise and vibrations. He asked me several times if I'd experienced it (day and night) and no, I hadn't. He chalked it up to "maybe being a little crazy." Well, after he went to bed late on the 5th, I began to hear and feel strange rumbling noises. At first I thought it may have been a sub woofer thumping several blocks away. But it continued. I was getting concerned that maybe we were getting some low level earthquakes again. Central OK here, and just a bit paranoid after a few major quakes in recent months. I recorded what I heard....and it's nothing like I've ever heard before!
So after at least 2-hours of this annoying noise/vibration from above, I decided to see if I could see and record anything. I opened up my backdoor and recorded the noise for over 4-minutes. It was pitch black outside and could only see a plane or satellite flash, a time or 2. I expected to see something other than total darkness due to the moon phase. The overhead noise had a SW direction to it. Interestingly, at about midpoint of listening while recording, I thought I briefly heard a distant, indistinguishable voice. About 2:36 in the video. I thought perhaps it was coming from a megaphone several blocks to my south. It didn't emanate from the sky noise. It was more like from underground.
Anyway, about a minute after I stopped recording (it was pretty chilly with the door open!) the noise abruptly stopped. Like someone flipped a switch. But after about 2-minutes the noise resumed, along with the vibrations. I was totally freaked by then and decided I'd hit the sack. Needless to say, getting to sleep proved a bit difficult.
It's reassuring to know we are NOT "crazy".......here's my recording of what I heard. I'll definitely be following up on this and related threads!
Originally posted by indisputable
If we can map the path of the humming we might get a clear picture. So if we start with a day or night map the earliest time to the latests we will see the path it takes over the US.
Just a thought peeps
Originally posted by kdog1982
But,according to my buddy at work,whose son is in the business,they are dropping explosives down there.
I asked him several times about that and he was firm on his answer.
Folks,we are being lied to many times over.
Two oil fields have been particularly well studied: the Goose Creek oil field in Texas, and the Wilmington oil field in Long Beach Harbor, California. Each is close to sealevel, so that the subsidence became obvious very quickly. Subsidence in the Wilmington oil field caused a great deal of damage because it was in the center of a busy port and industrial area, and it can be used to demonstrate the problem most effectively. In the greater Houston area, subsidence was first noticed over the Goose Creek oil field, but by now the area is having far greater problems with groundwater pumping than it ever did with oil extraction.
The Wilmington anticline is a broad gentle structure about 5 km wide but 18 km long, running through the harbor of Long Beach, California. Oil was discovered in the area in 1932, and extensive pumping began in the late 1930s. By 1942 there were 1000 producing wells in the Wilmington field. Because the Wilmington field stands only a few feet above sea level, and is centered right in a major international harbor, subsidence was noticed by the summer of 1941.It was not clear at first whether the subsidence was related to oil extraction, or to the numerous water wells that supplied the city. Reports in 1947 and 1949 specifically related the subsidence to underground fluid extraction, however, with the oil extraction fingered as the most likely agent. Oil production was still increasing at that time, and continued to do so until 1951: and pumping stayed at high levels for years. The harbor area was particularly affected. It stood originally 510 feet above sealevel. By 1958, ground level had dropped by 27 feet in the center of the field, and about 25 square miles of ground had dropped 2 feet or more. In other words, a large area of heavily industrialized city had sunk appreciably, in places far below sea level, and in the process major industrial and port facilities were damaged, and the subsidence had required the construction of protective levees and breakwaters. The bill was at least $100 million.
Originally posted by packro
It's aircraft maintenance....
If you've ever stood anywhere near a plane doing a high-power engine run you'll notice that it does not sound like it does when they are moving.
Originally posted by TupacShakur
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
I'd like to point out that if this were to be done, it would most likely only work if the 3-10 year old listened to the sound in person. Because the high frequency subliminal message or whatever is supposed to be in there definitely wouldn't be transfered to a video.
I remember this ringtone that was a high pitched ring, like a mosquito or something, and I tried to record it on my phone to make it a ringtone, but it didn't work and the quality sucked. So basically, you can't transfer the audio perfectly, it has to be done in person.