reply to post by ItsEvolutionBaby
Thanks for linking the thread for us here.
reply to post by Ektar
I don't remember ever knowing about the magnetic range in the Appalachians, hmm, I wonder what type effects are produced by such a feature?
SeverdSoul's map is very good. It does form a sort of line, but also a circular shape too. I think we talked about this earlier, when Douglas Lake
seemed to be the central point of the activity.
reply to post by thunder57
There are many machines for tunneling, with many different models/sizes.
I haven't really looked for it, but a friend used to talk about a tunneling machine that would use heat to melt the Earth as is passed though it. It
would use the superheated earth on the back end to create the walls of the tunnel.
Reminds me of a movie named, 'The Core'
Not sure if the tunneling machine exists, but I do know there is one of them that does create the tunnel walls onsite, installing them in the tunnel
as it lurches along it's path.
It's mega machines like this that make me wonder what else is real, but hidden from us.
reply to post by Rezlooper
I have to agree with you, everyone has done a great job of keeping an open mind, ruling nothing out, and searching for potential answers. It is what
allows me enjoy ATS too. It's rare to find a place with members Like ATS.
Do you know if an explanation for the event you mentioned was given?
I am nost sure if it's in one of my previous threads, but there was a member who did a great job of building a witness report map. They plotted
almost all of the locations where the strange sounds occurred. I'll go back and see if I can find it. Maybe we can compare Severd's plotting map and
paint a better picture of where these events are being reported.
reply to post by Doodle19815
That national graphing map you posted is something I have never seen before. Hopefully it will lead us to some sort of explanation.
There is a cave in Kentucky, called Mammoth Cave
. It has, or had, the world's longest cave
system - It's known as The Mammoth-Flint Cave System.
KY also has a couple other caves. They are Bat Cave and Cascade
Caverns State Nature Preserves
There are many in Knoxville too, but none are as popular the those mentioned above. We do have the
Images of Forbidden Caverns
There is also 'The Lost Sea'
near Middle Tennessee.
reply to post by severdsoul
Haha, well I guess it's not funny if it happened, but I suppose seeing strange sky lights would be an 'Oh Shnap' moments! Time to break out the
iced-tea and lawn chair, kick back and hope a giant chasm doesn't open up beneath you, =-)
reply to post by OneisOne
I like that thumbnail image you posted. You can see the activity and, pretty much, the entire SouthEastern Region.
I'm trying to catch up on some posts I missed, but want to say thanks again to you and all ATS members active in this thread.
I wasn't sure what to expect, but kinda thought we'd end up where the last reporting threads went. There is an account of the events in my other and
a lot of good discussion and facts, but I don't think they had the varietyof this thread. You guys have done a great job so far, looking in several
different directions and not rejecting it out-of-hand.
I remember the quake prediction way back then..... I can't remember the year, but it seems like either '86-'87 or '90-'91
reply to post by PuterMan
Hi PuterMan! Welcome to the show
Thanks for your reply and the link. I'm gonna have a look and try to learn some of these things. I hate the feeling of being ignorant in discussions
where I just don't understand the context. It's not so bad here, but I definitely need to do some homework.