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Originally posted by ddaniel
Marietta here (30 minutes north of Atlanta). I was outside last night around 8:00 - 9:00 and didn't notice anything, but then again I had been drinking a little wine and wasn't really paying attention.
I'll keep my ears open tonight, if the rain ever stops
“Blue Devil Block 2” — was first inflated with air in early September. Last week, at a hangar in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, the blimp was filled with helium, and began to float.
The blimp is equipped with two ducted propellers and a rear maneuvering engine, all powered by a main diesel generator driving 120 KVA for propulsion and on board systems. The side motors are producing thrust for forward propulsion at a maximum airspeed of 90 knots, or offset wind effect; the rear motor is used to steering airship to maintain the required heading.
Originally posted by Vasa Croe
reply to post by captainnotsoobvious
So....did you hear anything like what you just described in my post/video? And are you calling me a liar/hoaxer? I am not claiming any alien invasion or conspiracy.....simply that there is an unusual noise in the sky that I have never heard before and that persisted last night for an unknown amount of time. I am also not the only one around here that heard it. Not sure why there would even be a need to debunk. No, I did not hear trumpets.....stated that fairly clearly I thought.
Originally posted by blahblah454
Not sure how to add video, but this link is from CTV up here in Canada. The sounds are real (in this case), but some scientist says that its due to electromagnetic frequencies or some such. If anyone else knows how to put the video in to a post that would be really helpful!
"Somehow they are picking up noise from an electrical antenna that is there. That is electromagnetic noise. "
Originally posted by daynight42
reply to post by Vasa Croe
This is like some joke that everyone else is in on but a very few of us. I don't hear anything in this video that couldn't be some everyday thing that we just can't see. You hear something, and you don't know what it is...so, what? Now everyone who hears something they aren't sure of is posting a video. I hear weird stuff all the time. It's probably a garbage truck or something else very normal that I just can't see.
It just seems to me like everyone is now jumping on the bandwagon to report every little thing they aren't sure of.
I support sharing of weird things, but this seems like some hyped up trend of people recording everything they can't identify. Why don't we all go down into a lake and look at the "alien life" that we can't identify too? We can call those ULOs - Unidentified Living Objects.