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This is why i made the original thread. if you will re read the original, i talk about the very heavy cloud coverage, and how i felt that something was going on beyond the clouds. I have a scheduled meeting with senator vitter on the 15, to discuss his stance in SOPA, and rest assured my fellow louisiana citizens, i WILL bring this up. You can all make a difference, contact news, police, scientists, senators. You know what to do, and only we can do it... make the change you guys want to see...
On the fracking radar
Some countries targeted for shale gas development.
Countries Companies interested
France Elixir Petroleum Ltd, Vermillion Energy, Toreador Resources
Poland ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Talisman Energy, Chevron
China Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron, ConocoPhillips
Australia ConocoPhillips, Origin Energy Ltd, BP, Statoil, Chesapeake, Sasol
Ukraine Royal Dutch Shell
Sweden Royal Dutch Shell
South Africa Statoil, Chesapeake, Sasol
India Statoil, Chesapeake, Sasol
New Zealand Statoil, Chesapeake, Sasol, Energy Corp of America
Joyce Nelson is a freelance writer and researcher based in Toronto.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Originally posted by odinson
There were posts about the sky noise and some contained a message that only kids can hear. The ages range from 3-10 years old. I was skeptical at first so I tried by playing the sounds to a 3 year old.
I didn't discuss it with her about what was said before hand. She said that the sound said, hello, hello, hello...get underground, get underground, get underground and sorry we can't help you, sorry we can't help you, and sorry we can't help you.
This message was heard by other kids in different areas and different countries.
I think the tread that I posted on was called "Conversations with a 6 year old".
Has anyone else checked this claim out for the audio/frequency range that only kids can hear??
As silly as some might think it sounds, I'd note there are numerous news stories about using this quirk in audio ranges for a noise that actually repels teenagers but adults aren't supposed to be able to hear at all. A mall back east is/was using it a few years ago. So, I do wonder if this might be possible... Anyone else have a young child that can try?
Originally posted by don rumsfeld
reply to post by kdog1982
Ok so I'm not insane. I've been looking into the fracking aspect & I'm almost convinced
this is the cause. Now I have to find the other map of The Sound & layer it with yours.