posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 09:06 PM
My 1st post - I had to speak up that I have heard the sound twice now in Winnipeg, Canada.
1st time I noticed it was about 4:15 a.m. CST on Feb 2nd. We have a rather large rail yard here, and I thought that maybe there were more engines
than normal starting up, then the roar sounded a bit more like airplanes, but there wasn't any to be seen. Opening a window, I noticed the weird
flange-sounding metallic noise with the roar. The second time I've heard it was Feb 8th at about 5:30 p.m. CST. You could make it out over the
sounds of rush-hour, but most people seemed to not notice it at all! I am convinced that many of the harmonics are outside many people's audible
spectrum. (Like that tone that most can only hear until the end of their teens.) Some people took note and could be heard talking about it, but they
seemed unfazed and just a bit curious... the rest were oblivious! The evening occurence seemed shorter in duration to the morning one, but the
metallic noise was more defined.
Low locomotive engines/legions of bombers sound with an eerie screech to it that almost sounds like a metallic or crystal harmonic. Perhaps it was
the "sound" of the Aurora, out-of-sync with the visuals like lightning...maybe some sort of cosmic effect we don't know about yet that is causing
the "bubble" to ring out like a tuning-fork or maybe it's an echo of the core seizing from a lack of oil to lubricate it?
Whatever it is, it's chilling to experience, even more so in public at rush-hour with most people seemingly not noticing.