FINALLY They Found The Cause Of The Wisconsin BOOMs and RUMBLEs

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posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 01:21 AM
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reply to post by Fromabove
 


you might be right, but its not called haarp. haarp is tiny compared to what they can pump in to the upper atmosphere. so yes we call " it " haarp but thats because they wont tell us the real name ; ) im a big believer in the VHF and ELF effects on our atmosphere and earth. the haarp we know is more like the LRAD or ADS, there are at least 6 known HAARP research locations, but thats just the few we know about. imagine those 6 powered on and refracted on to a common point. it will either piss the dogs off, or heat you up like a BBQ hotpocket.




posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 01:32 AM
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reply to post by SheeplFlavoredAgain
 


just by the date of that threads OP im guessing it could have been something along these lines X-37 but i could be wrong.
lol the x-37 is just a billion dollar, highly stealth stellar UPS plane. it can fit a satellite but no we would never put any munitions in it.....yeah thats a grain of salt. i would not be surprised if the space plain had something to do with it



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 01:54 AM
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i cant for the life of me find a fault line map for any thing but the west coast, and some mix match states.
USGS keeps pussyfooting around. for local ( lower 48 ) im about dead set on the northwest ( yellowstone too ) doing something nasty before the new madrid dose any thing. im just basing that off the logic that, thats where FEMA is training, and all the seismic activity all be it natural or man made ( haarp, fracking, and any other god awful monsrasity they can conjure up ) is right there where they are training, and there is NO WAY fema is going to be johnny on the spot when we do have a monster quake.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 01:56 AM
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sorry if i posted to much. moderate and educate where needed



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 02:04 AM
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reply to post by TheIlluminatedOne
 

What a ridiculous joke! Just one 1.5 earthquake caused nights of sounds? Why does the ONE 1.5 earthquake keep appearing and then disappearing on USGS? I feel like I am missing something here. Please put me in place if I am.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 02:28 AM
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it was doing the same on google earth .

kinda spooky.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 03:26 AM
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reply to post by berkeleygal
 


I'm with you on this, I call B.S. they're just trying to shut people up. Funny how I haven't heard anyone on here speculate about these sounds possibly being caused by the creation of more D.U.M.B.S (Deep Underground Military Bases) look them up on YouTube. There are hundreds of them and some have high speed trains linking them together that do Mach 2. Look up Phil Schnieder. He was a whistle blower that had many high level Top Secret security clearances. His theory, before someone silenced him, was that Governments around the world are trying to build them as quick as they can.

Just a thought I wanted to share since I hadn't heard anyone else mention the possibility.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 04:12 AM
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1.5 hahahahaha



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 05:22 AM
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I mean, come on... it's the smallest quake anyone has ever recorded... and it lasted how many days/nights? It has been detected how far away again?


I really don't know why they said that. 1.5 is far from the smallest recorded as Yellowstone for example is frequently sub 1 and earthquakes are recorded down to Mag -3 - look at all the system problems global incident had when it's computers did not understand a -0.3 and posted it as a 10.3.

Given the right geology a 1.5 can indeed be felt and for example in the UK often is, also in Northern Ireland. I would expect a 1.5 to be felt if shallow and directly under habitation in the area.

As to lasting days and night there could well have been a series of very small ruptures which affected or resonated in the extensive water bodies/sand & gravel in the area (maybe possibly).

 

reply to post by AQuestion
 



They are not accompanied by sounds in the sky. LMAO. Please, I lived through the Northridge earthquakes, the Whittier quake, the Palm Springs Quake, name it, I am in my 50s. Pick a depth, pick a size, I have seen it all and I am not the only Californian on this site, those sounds do NOT precede, occur during or happen after an earthquake.


Sorry but your statement is not logical. The geology of the two areas is completely different. It is a known fact that the central part of North America produces a radically different result during earthquakes than California.


Understand the Richter scale and you will understand how minute the mini-quake was, it wouldn't move in water in a teacup. It is a joke.


Again you are not comparing like for like.

I would also remind everyone that the P-wave of an earthquake can travel at up to Mach 32. Given the correct geology i have little doubt that incidental energy, in other words energy refracted or reflected and slowed by formations could indeed produce sounds and in other areas this has occurred as well. In particular talk to people outside Canterbury NZ where sounds have been her immediately preceding an earthquakes and then take into account the nature of that area's geology which in terns of gravelly substructure is similar.

 

reply to post by TheIlluminatedOne
 


There is no 188 days cycle, sorry. 188 debunked

 

reply to post by WatcherMan
 



This is just scientists doing what they do best...giving a scientifically logical, fallacious answer to pacify the public and hide the truth.


I guess being a conspiracy site you would have to say that.


 

reply to post by The Vagabond
 



Since when does it take 86 hours to check the seizmos?


Frequently actually. I see huge numbers of new quakes being posted for areas such as Cali or Alaska right to the end of the 7 day listings. It can take several months sometimes. If you look at the ANSS listings you will find new earthquakes appearing continually over several months. In some areas like NZ with many small quakes it can sometimes as much as double over the following six months. Increases in numbers in such areas in excess of 30% are not uncommon.

I regularly note between 5% and 10% increases in many areas on listings that it is possible to access.

 

reply to post by watchdog
 


Just got to your post. Thanks. Just what I was saying.

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posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 05:33 AM
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reply to post by repeatoffender
 


You think it could not be felt?

Take a look at the quakes in this list that were under 1.5 and felt.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 05:35 AM
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I have 1.5's under me all the time, NOT FELT


BG is that really you?

I would have thought that you of all people with your quake knowledge would know better than to make a statement like that.

 

ETA

Where's the stats on that 1.5? day, time, coordinates, depth? anyone know? I want to see it.


Magnitude 1.5 Wisconsin


Location in Google Maps
  • Date-Time: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 05:15:57 UTC
    Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 12:15:57 AM at epicenter
  • Location: 44.627°N, 88.757°W
  • Depth: 5 km (3.1 miles)
  • Region: WISCONSIN
  • Distances:
    49 km {30 miles} NW of Appleton, Wisconsin60 km {37 miles} WNW of Green Bay, Wisconsin65 km {40 miles} E of Stevens Point, Wisconsin181 km {112 miles} NNE of MADISON, Wisconsin
  • Location Uncertainty: horizontal +/- 6.5 km (4.0 miles); depth +/- 5 km (3.1 miles)
  • Parameters: NST= 8, Nph= 9, Dmin=22.3 km, Rmss=0.34 sec, Gp= 79°,M-type=duration magnitude (Md), Version=4
  • Source:  Magnitude: USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)Location: USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
  • Event ID:  usc0008n7t


Derived from Data Source: USGS
Powered by QVSData

 

Oh look it happened.



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posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 06:05 AM
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Even if a 1.5 earthquake may have been felt or caused strange sounds and damage, what about the fact that these sounds and rumblings were heard and felt in Montello, WI, which is 80 miles southwest of Clintonville? There was also the story of the smells and substance in Fond du Lac. Would a 1.5 quake be felt that far away or have other small quakes been recorded?

I am guessing they are giving this reason to calm people down, especially since it received so much media attention. There have also been lots of reports of these sounds and shaking in GA and AL recently, why aren't those stories being mentioned along with Clintonville on msm? Very strange.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 06:18 AM
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OK OP this suddenly got very interesting.



That was possibly NOT an earthquake despite what it may look like, feel like etc. I am NOT saying USGS is lying because the signature I just posted looks like an earthquake BUT...........

This is the spectrogram



This is the sound @ 10 x speed

TA.H42A-Wisconsin_10x.WAV

That is not the signature of an earthquake as far as I can tell. Way too high in the frequency spectrum. Compare that to this.



I am still tracking that one down. So far I had thought it may have been a sonic boom and currently I am looking at the track across a series of TA stations further North east where this signature was taken.

See these posts
www.abovetopsecret.com...
www.abovetopsecret.com...

I have to go out. Back later.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 06:34 AM
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well if its the same "sound" then there should be a small quake very soon as goes the logic for the MSM

im not sure on where all the fracking is going on at but oil gets pumped out and the by product water pumped back down. it has " caused " quakes again MSM.

so using this info. three things might happen

1. that gnarly smell sticks around untell the ground can disperse the fluid

2. the fluid has " lubed " the fault line or underling rock layers, and we will have a quake. and the groaning is
indigestion the earth has a gas bubble

3. if the sound made the quake then both areas need to have the same ground composition, if the same exact sound is being heard. you cant use the same frequency that shatters a crystal glass to try to shatter a car window or home window for that matter. its all "glass" to the untrained eye but small imperfections can alter the frequency required to induce the desired effect.

so unless we gather a few quality sound bites to listen to all we can to is observe and take notes, and report back here.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 06:34 AM
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I'm not buying this explanation
1.5 being the smallest quake ever felt, I should think so.
Quakes that small are never felt, except by animals.

I have yet to experience the rumblings and I live in an active quake zone.

Just a thought: Would this phenomenon have anything to do with the hadron collider? It just broke new energy records. I never did trust that thing. Considering it affects the magnetic field.
Have earthquakes and volcanoes increased since it was put into service?



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 06:39 AM
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if only a 1.5 it would have to be very close to the surface to have an effect.
the wool is been pulled over ones eye's yet again. i bet like yourself and others its mining, now lets look at the possibilty of a major quake happening and the underground have been weakened, ever person or property
could vanish into an abyss, now that more like it.



posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 06:40 AM
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I live in a country which experiences an earthquake every 3 days. Of varying sizes of course. An average of about 3mg I would say. Had a 3.7 Frid. Mar 23rd, a 3.9 sat 24th 5.09pm & a 3.5 sat 24th 10.33pm. The longest quake I have ever lived through would be 12 - 13 seconds long. An earthquake does not last days & nights. They are over pretty quick. Even the biggest ones last no more than a minute or 2. Also a 1.5mg would not be felt by 99% of the population. You could compare a 1.5 to a newly wed overweight couple going on a camping trip. Most would happily know it never happened.
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posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 07:01 AM
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Originally posted by Frankenchrist
But its in Wisconsin.


it's all in the name...Wis-Con-Sin... the residents' State always ends with 'Sin'...{/sarcasm}







The point is,earthquakes are causing these noises.

Which means, our planet is having these noticable sounds that are now confirmed to be siesmic in nature.


We are having sounds come from underground all over North America...



...actually, people All Over the World are reporting the humm/drone/noises, from everywhere-nowhere that can be pinpointed...





I think since this is all new, it can get worse.

I dont know whats going to happen.

And neither do you.



"And neither do you" , or anyone else is what is implied

that's so Absolutist...

It has been covered in other threads...and many people myself included hypothesize the sounds are the Earth 'groaning' as the crustal layer is being stretched & stressed because of the increased activity of the Earth's core and Mantle making a piezoelectric (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piezoelectricity) effect all throughout our bio-sphere
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posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 07:09 AM
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I called hooey on this for a simple reason. Not only does it sound like fluff...I live in Maryland. Remember last years 5.8 earthquake in Virginia? August 23, 2011.

Here is the thing. Maryland and Virginia also have solid bedrock like they are saying about this place in Wisconsin. The Virginia quake was felt for hundreds of miles...and yet, I was at work and nothing moved and at the time....the cleaning lady was actually running a sweeper in my office...I didn't feel anything....also...no one reported "booms" in Virginia from it's solid bedrock and 5.8 quake.

This really sounds like a fabricated story and I think most everyone here agrees. The question is...why? Why try to take people for a bunch of buffoons when years and years of data can be called on to prove things don't work this way? A) You don't actually know and you made it up to alleviate peoples fears...or...B) you know exactly what's causing it and can't tell anyone.

Pretty much an A or B choice. I just cannot buy that the answer is C) and the story is the true cause of the phenomena.

This is what I think of the explanation overall...



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posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 07:34 AM
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well that was a good find but already posted last night www.abovetopsecret.com...





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