posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 12:49 PM
Originally posted by rickymouse
I've heard the noise that northern lights make a few times. This is not the same sound. Maybe it's distantly related but it's got to be a lot
bigger event. The scientists commenting on this event have no clue. They associate it with writings about the northern lights but have probably
never really witnessed this northern light sound themselves. They are using association to form their comments. These sounds are not like any that I
have heard from the northern lights. I'm not a certified scientist but I have personally heard northern lights in the past. They sound like a hiss
or tear, not like any of the sounds in the videos I have seen. Around old mineshafts you sometimes hear faint sounds like the sounds in these sort of
videos. Nothing close to this drastic though. They may resonate out about 20-30 feet from the shaft. I think it's caused by a frequency caused by
multiple mine air vents and the structure of the tunnels. We listened to these noises when I played around old copper mine shafts as a kid..
I agree with you regarding the aurora atmospheric hiss. I have heard that.
The sounds from a few posts ago, which must be credible because she sounds sincere, and posts here, that sounds like something you would expect to
hear from machinery of some kind.
And since there has not been tons of people in the past hearing these noises, means something has changed, that might be causing these noises.
Now since it is 2012, and we are hearing these noises, it seem logical to ask the question, is this part of what we should expect, according to what
we think about 2012.
The thing I don't get, is what good is does us, to know that the oil needs to be changed in the matrix? If this is the big event, it hasn't made
page one yet.