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Originally posted by ultraplayer
reply to post by 0bserver1
if one of the stars in the orion constellation would become a "red giant", wouldn't it take a long time for us to see it?
sins the light from the star takes lightyears to reach Earth.
I know that sound can't travel trough the vacuum of space but not sure about shock waves.
Originally posted by Fazza!
reply to post by Dorkenheimer
Map of the strange sound phenomenon heard around the world.
Rumbling noise being heard around the world...report here...
I'm pretty sure there was another thread containing a world map of the sounds but I can't find it
Originally posted by football6
...frequencies known as Schumann resonances. These frequencies directly correlate to the constant fluxuation within the levels of electromagnetic radiation. Our Universe is constantly pulsating with energy. As our solar system comes in alignment with the galactic equator (12-21-2012) increases our resonance exponentially - initially measured by NASA at 7.5 Hz (several decades ago) the S. resonance is now recorded at more than 11.2 Hz. Thus, the closer we align with the galactic plane, the higher the frequency of vibration. It's just a theory, however, it makes more sense than barking wolves, trumpets or Godzilla's return.
Originally posted by Shugo
reply to post by Visiting ESB
There are facts:
1. The people in the videos act perfectly calm and collected about what is occuring in the video they are shooting.
2. The people in the video are not actively asking others for clarification of their claims.
3. The people filmed on the videos act completely oblivious to the supposed noises which we are supposed to be hearing.
4. These are occuring in populated areas with no media reports, as in the media is not reporting ANYTHING on these events.
5. The same populated areas are not blooming with gossip in regards to such events.
I said it before, I apparently must say it again. The same arguement that if it was viral marketing, it would be on the news, can be used against your arguments of it being real. If it was, it'd be on the news.
Originally posted by Daedalus24
reply to post by DeadSeraph
Ok let's say that some of these videos are complete hoaxes, which some may be. What about the times where noises, perhaps not the metallic ones we're hearing on these videos, but the booms and slight shakes they cause that aren't explained by conventional means? What about the two loud booms we've heard down here in San Diego in the past 6 years-the ones the Navy and the USMC have said wasn't caused by any of their craft or any of their exercises? You can't simply claim all of these earth noises/sky noises are all figments of our collective imaginations or are simple internet hoaxes.