posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 08:06 AM
That video doesn't prove anything anymore than the videos he's claiming to debunk! He claims this is fake noises from a movie, when most of the
ones HE shows don't sound like the ones HE plays from the movie. He claims some are "scientifically explained", but offers NO scientific
explanation, only tossing out a few meaningless terms. If solar winds, Northern lights, etc, made such noises, it would be known, for a LONG time
now. Clearly, this isn't the case. Not one single person offering this "scientific explanation" has offered a single piece of data explaining the
mechanics of how this supposedly works. Scientific? Fine, PROVE IT. Details, data, proof. Come on; we have had radio towers, etc., for a long
time, and these sounds aren't heard all that time, only recently. I am not saying none of these are fakes, or some mundane thing that t he people
didn't ID, but all of them? SOME sound like a badly played musical instrument. Some like something grinding, or sliding across a hard floor. Some,
though, are weird. Either there are freaks all over the place, with synthesizers, playing weird sounds to confuse the neighbors, or there is, in
fact, some device used by TPTB to make those sounds, and see how people react, or there is something weird going on. It isn't all mistaken ID or
fake from a movie. Certainly not ONE movie, making so many different sounds. Plus, a hoax all over the world? Yet NO ONE admits to being in on it?
Not one of these supposed pranksters comes out and says, "GOTCHA!"? Hard to imagine. Plus, people hear noises all the time. I hear cars, buses,
garbage trucks, snow plows, radios playing who knows what, street maintenance equipment, and the like, and I don't think, "What is that weird
sound?" I know it's some sort of vehicle. Monthly, we even hear testing of an emergency alarm system (tornadoes, etc), and that is kinda weird,
but people know what it is. With these videos, people report things they never heard before, and many DO, despite the claims to the contrary of the
guy in the video, report these to the authorities, asking for answers. So far, no one has received an answer.
We have people from Alaska here, I presume. Other northern places. Any of you ever hear NOISE from the northern lights? I know I never heard that
reported. How about people in California, or other western states, or other places that have quakes. Ever hear such sounds around quake times? If
the answer is no, then we cannot use those "explanations".
This stuff, whatever it is, is far from debunked.