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Fracking. That's what had changed in 2011 to create these noises.... more fracking than ever before. It causes quakes, and quakes make ominous noises.
A previously unreported study out of the Oklahoma Geological Survey has found that hydraulic fracturing may have triggered a swarm of small earthquakes earlier this year in Oklahoma. The quakes, which struck on Jan. 18 in a rural area near Elmore City, peaked at magnitude 2.8 and caused no deaths or property damage.
Here's a list of countries engaged in this activity, are the noises heard anywhere else not on this list?
Originally posted by Soupornuts
reply to post by Tallone
Just out of curiosity, do you think that things like pitch circularity are perceived differently based on slight differences in brain physiology ?
For example, I know that auditory illusions, like a Shepard–Risset glissando, can be heard slightly differently according to the structure of the lateral lemniscus, iirc, this is slightly different in right-handed folks as opposed to left-handed people..
reply to post by Jason88
Here's a map of where fracking is occurring in the US, can anyone say they've heard these noises *not* in around these regions?