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Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
I wouldn't be so quick to rule out something fishy to be up.
As was noted by another used, this game took place on August 23rd, 2011, in Tampa Bay, Florida. That's the East Coast.
What is so special about that date? Well, being a Virginian, let me tell you, and I'm sure most of you remember any way. There was a massive earthquake!
As from Wikipedia:
Tremors from the Virginia earthquake were felt as far south as Atlanta, Georgia; as far north as Quebec City, Quebec; as far west as Illinois and as far east as Fredericton, New Brunswick, with damage reported as far away as Brooklyn in New York City.
shees how much evidence do you need. i watch games, and hear these kind of noises all the time, sometimes without wind sometimes not.(wind movement).
wind is just the mod obvious. it has been pointed out, it could have been the speaker system (explains why players do not react)...
but in theory it could be an aliens spaceship creating a vortex. there is no way to disprove this. but the fact this page is 4 pages long on a simple wind occurrence is ridiculous.
So, perhaps the user's theory about this being tectonically related could possibly be right?
The Earthquake happened at 1:51PM EDT. The Tampa Bay game started at 3:17PM EDT. That's a difference of about an hour and some change.
Maybe the intense wind and earthquake are both a geological symptom of something massive? The mind likes to wander.
If anything, I'd say it is pretty odd that two game reporters would be concerned about a sound that you claim is just the wind. I'm not denying it is the wind, as it sounds a lot like it, but I think the commentators would be a little used to "the sound of the wind".
Originally posted by Dreamer99
reply to post by UdonNiedtuno
That's an interesting thought.
In this video the sound almost resembles wind. It doesn't sound the same as the other videos, so perhaps it's a different phenomenon altogether?