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Originally posted by SeenAlot
reply to post by TrueAmerican
I lived in OR for several years. I was within yards of the ocean and had a amazing view. One night after living there a short time, I heard a low rumbling. I heard it several nights in a row. So I finally asked if whale song could be heard over the water (as this was my only logical solution) there was no heavy industry that would account for such sound.
I was laughed at. I've heard it for a long time, off and on. With more volume and freguency lately. It gives me chills.
Originally posted by TrueAmerican
Originally posted by mountaingirl1111
Why I found it interesting, is that last night on KDVR Fox News Denver, they mentioned the booms and they specifically said that all causes had been ruled out, including quakes.
Yeah, but that was until more scientists started combing over seismic data that probably otherwise doesn't get much if any looks at all- when someone found the 1.5. I mean nothing against Clintonville, but is isn't exactly Japan when it comes to seismicity! They had to take some time to figure it out, while the city was getting impatient call after impatient call. And at first glance, a quake that small could be easily missed among manmade signatures. That would explain the first conclusions, ruling out quakes.
And if it wasn't a quake, why would the city be advised to rent a portable seismic array?
They were advised to do that no doubt because the quake was probably initially spotted, and then reviewed some more, and a conclusion reached that a quake it was. And then immediately they saw the propagation problem, and suspected it could be real small, and localized , and thus the solution to be sure is to bring in some portables to verify it, and pickup more of the even smaller stuff. So that's what they are doing. This may have nothing to do at all with the sky sounds, if that's what anyone is thinking.
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
It appears as if you had opened a lot of little browser windows ?
What precisely does that mean ? It appears as if you had opened a lot of little browser windows ? It certainly sounds like you had any measuring equipment set up on your own, do you ?