posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 06:01 PM
Here's a nifty explanation:
The expert's best explanation is: It's "ELECTROMAGNETIC NOISE" being picked from environmental antennas from Earth's magnetic field. These
noises are emitted from the North and South Poles and auroras and/or radiation belts near the South Pole.
This makes logical sense to me, but I've never heard these noises before in my 40+ years on this planet. I'm sure they're millions of people on
this planet that would agree. What the expert failed to mention is... this is not a normal occurrence. If his theory is correct, then something in our
solar system (micro) or galaxy (macro) is exciting Earth's North and South Poles to cause this strange sound. So, I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss
this as just a normal thing.
As our solar system continues it's journey towards the "galactic center", are these sounds going to become more common and with greater intensity