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This is ridiculous. I remember a year or two ago, there was a big story on the news about a strange sound and someone described as sound "tunneling"...not as in digging a tunnel which is a ridiculous theory...but sound from a distant storm, bouncing off the atmosphere. Its a very plausible and realistic explanation. Imagine all the thunder and storm sound being funneled/bounced around and down to your ear. Like an echo. I think people basically are now reporting the same thing in greater frequency but only because its been brought to your attention.
For instance...if someone announces that all red cars are suspicious...guess what..you'll notice red cars a lot more than you do now. This increase in frequency of similar sounds has sparked suspicion that its a sign or warning which is ridiculous.
So I'm leaning towards either more frequent reporting of natural phenomenon, or hoax by marketing/viral campaign...or both.
Originally posted by TheOneElectric
The first video you posted. That's audio from the Kiev incident. Trust me, I know it. Too many people are attemptign to hoax this. The real noises sound like a large airplane that is far too low, and it continues on for five to fifteen minutes.
You know as well as I do, that local geomagnetic field strength is what is responsible for accumulating ions, that's why we get " static electricity ", it's static because ions are " trapped " in a field, and they are the " potential " or flux density ( I admit I could be wrong about my understanding of ED ) in the field.
I won't bother explain the mechanics of double-layer plasmas, but I will post the link. en.wikipedia.org... So, there's a few things to think about,..they are just my ideas. Imho, the lights in the sky, the spirals, the noises, are all just variations of the same phenomenon, with varying conditions.
Fascinating recording of Jupiter sounds (electromagnetic "voices") by NASA-Voyager. The complex interactions of charged electromagnetic particles from the solar wind , planetary magnetosphere etc. create vibration "soundscapes".