posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 11:14 PM
I still think it's a raise in the levels of methyl-mercury in the air that's causing a lot of problems. All the big mines refining the ores, the
power plants, the old gold mine mercury residues entering the lakes, and of course the volcanic activity has increased air mercury levels. Mercury in
air allows sounds, heat, and energy to travel farther. It also may increase the intensity of a storm. The glaciers also locked up the mercury by
precipitating it out but they are melting. this mercury can reenter the sea and be methylated by algae, evaporating because of the earths seas and
lakes are warming.
This could make you hear a noise farther away and could allow the transmission of energy through the air to rattle your house. Simple semi tractors
would be heard for miles and explosions would be heard and felt up to double of what they did previously. The methyl mercury levels were two and a
half times higher now than they were about fifty years ago. These levels shouldn't bother people but may effect transmission of energy through air,
increasing conductivity a little. The articles I read were from before the recent volcanic eruptions, they could have raised levels even farther. I
think this may have something to do with increasing perceptions of strange sounds everywhere.
I can hear the band playing now from town three miles away. I couldn't hear it twenty years ago when we moved here. I noticed I can hear traffic
from the highway two miles away better also. There may be a little tree loss around here but not enough to effect these things that much. Maybe my
hearing is just getting better, Naaah, I still have to put the volume up on the TV.
Just an idea to ponder on. If you wanted to neutralize the methyl mercury all you would have to do is spread metal nano-particles into the air and
they would combine with the methyl-mercury and form amalgams that would fall out of the sky. Sounds sort of like chemtrails doesn't it?