posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 11:15 PM
I think it's just people hearing things...
Think about it
No, I think 20% are different sounds, 60% are hoaxes using the same audio and 20% are actually inexplicable.
But they are all being lumped together to create this global event that people are scratching their heads over. One guy even said to Demand
That's like saying "I demand answers to Maths!" well, 2 or .5 or 3.14 or 360, could be anything, unless you quantify the question.
Also people keep saying ATS members have heard and recorded the noises in reply to the screaching moans... when they have not. They recorded a dull
rumbling. Different noises.
So far, the screaching moans sound like 1 event, multiplied by x sad people using the same audio. Unlike cgi, audio is easier to fake, but also easy
to detect. Audacity can be used to compare the waveforms for obvious patterns. But it will take more than that for some to get it, as they look at
audio rate changes and multiple audio sources blended into 1 and deny it as inconclusive...
I don't think it's viral advertising. I simply think there is a spate of hoaxed youtube (the hoaxers paradise) videos and a number of unexplainable
sounds, being put into the same conspiracy basket.