Originally posted by karen61057
reply to post by dudeawesome
Wrong, it was low rumbling. It was determined that it was not sonic as we have laws around here about jets breaking the sound barrier within the urban areas. They are not allowed to.
Originally posted by ooYODAoo
i live in miami....
i heard the "rumble" back in august of 2011...at first i thought it was an airplane...but after it lasted more than 2 minutes i began to get nervous...i swear i thought we were about to be attacked by a missle or something...
the rumble sounded like a spce shuttle was taking off but it had somehow "froze" in mid flight....i had never experienced anything like it before...so i chalked it up to being some sort of abnormal thunder or something...seeing as how august is hurricane season for florida..
i can tell you till this day i still have that sound imprinted on my mind....its very frightning as if though you are experiencing an earth quake but with no movement..
also one more thing to add...the "rumble" took place on a cloudy night sometime around 10-11 pm
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Infrasound is sound with a frequency too low to be detected by humans. These range from about 17 to 16 hertz, the limits of human hearing, to as low as 0.001 hertz. A sound wave that is 1 hertz has a period of one second. The range of human audibility is around 20 to 20,000Hz, with women capable of hearing slightly higher frequencies, an ability which decreases with age.
Numerous animals, including whales, elephants, rhinoceros, giraffes, okapi, and alligators, communicate using infrasound. Infrasound can be thought of as a slow, periodic rumbling - it is generated by large processes such as avalanches, volcanoes, tornadoes, ocean waves, earthquakes, and meteors. It can be generated by large chemical or nuclear explosions. Because it is one of the telltale signs of nuclear testing, infrasound is continuously monitored worldwide by the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization.
Infrasound can give humans a feeling of unease or awe. It is thought that ambient ultrasound, sound too high to be detected by humans, may be the cause of certain ghost reports. It can even cause people to hallucinate grey figures. In experiments, as many as 1/5 subjects reported such feelings when exposed to ultrasound in a laboratory setting. At the right frequency, infrasound can make human organs vibrate, causing pain. For this reason, it has been a target of weapons research, and various prototypes have been fabricated and tested.