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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 5:40 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Mysterious Sound in Moore: Some say UFOs, others say no

MOORE, Okla. – Residents in Moore and southwest Oklahoma City took to Facebook after hearing a loud rumble and roar early Monday morning.

Some thought it was an earthquake while others had their own theories, like UFOs and aliens.

The sound Chris Martinez hears often in his Moore neighborhood is an unforgettable ringing.

Martinez said, “It’s a loud sound then it completely stops.”

Austin Holland, with the Oklahoma Geological Survey, said,”We looked at our seismic records and there’s nothing that would indicate that this was associated with ground motion.”

After ruling out an earthquake, seismologists said the sound could have traveled from somewhere else.

Experts said if it’s a quick shaking, it’s an earthquake.

If it’s a large rumbling, it could be a big plane.

However, residents in the area have their own theory.

Martinez said, “I’m crazy. I think there are starships. I think there’s some cool space ships that not a lot of people know about.”

He said every time this odd buzz comes around, the dogs in the neighborhood get riled up.

Martinez said, “Whenever they distinguish a different sound, it makes them feel uncomfortable. They have a weird sense about that.”

For those who might think Martinez is crazy, he said through research and personal experience, star ships and spaceships are possible.

Others have a different idea.

Holland said, “When you have really cold weather or odd atmospheric conditions, sound can get around, traveling much better in the atmosphere than it normally does.”

Martinez said, “You have different weird things in the sky, you have these weird sounds, you put two and two together and realize, um maybe we don’t know everything.”

Either way, it’s a sound that still remains a mystery.

We did reach out to the Moore Police Department to see if they received any calls about the odd sound early Monday morning.

However, they were not aware of the noise.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2014 4:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Moore OK is where that massive tornado struck.  Something there is very sinister - perhaps a group of Satanists.


OKLAHOMA tornado disaster, GOD's JUDGMENT on SIN
Several pages, tornadoes struck AGAIN May 31, 2013
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Residents Baffled by Terrifying Loud Booms in Oklahoma

If you hear a bang in the night in Oklahoma, it's probably not a monster, but could something worse -- an earthquake.

Across the south central state, 20 earthquakes were reported to The United States Geological Survey on Saturday alone. One of those quakes in the Edmond area had a magnitude of 3.5.

But residents are puzzled as to why the quakes are occurring so frequently and making such alarmingly loud noises.

"Felt like bombs going off. It's just a huge loud noise and then it's like a reverb from that boom that just shakes the entire house
," Logan County resident Nancy York told ABC News affiliate KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City.

"If I'm experiencing eight of these in one day, then when does it erupt and become absolutely horrible that takes my house down?" York asked.

Similar booms have been heard across other states including Indiana, South Carolina, Ohio and Rhode Island in the last month. All of these regions are active areas on the USGS seismic hazard map.

Seismologist Austin Holland with the Oklahoma Geological Survey said that the unexplained noises are a result of sound waves emitting deep from within the earth before erupting. Residents might not know it's an earthquake because the shaking may be too slight to detect.

"When you're on top of a small earthquake it generates a boom. It's kind of similar to an explosion," Holland said. "I know these booms have been reported in other places and they couldn't figure out what was going on."

Oklahoma has seen a steep rise in the frequency of earthquakes in the area, according to a joint statement by both USGS and OGS. Residents have experienced more than 200 measuring at least a magnitude 3.0 since the beginning of 2009.

Holland said the USGS and OGS are conducting joint research on the increase in the frequency of earthquakes in the area.

It is not clear if the quakes are being triggered by human activity or are occurring naturally, Holland said, although he said suggested changes to lake levels may be involved.

The scientists are looking at hydraulic fracturing among all other possible factors, he said, but it may be a while before they come up with a definitive answer.

"We have no way to predict the future. Earthquakes aren't predictable," Holland said. "Certainly the more earthquakes we have, the more likely we are to have a larger one."
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mysterious sound
July 8, 2014  
A mysterious sound is driving people insane, its spreading and nobody knows what’s causing it.
Some Hum investigators suspect that there’s a global source responsible for the Hum worldwide. “It’s a very, very low wavelength noise, perhaps between 50 or 56 Hz,” Moir told Mic. “And it’s extremely difficult to stop infrasound because it can have a wavelength of up to 10 meters, and you’d need around 2.5 meter thick walls, built with normal materials, to keep it out. It gets into our wooden houses very easily. And part of the reason people have so much trouble identifying the source of it is because of how low frequency the Hum is: It literally moves right through your head before you can figure out which ear picked it up first.” Deming’s research, considered close to authoritative in the Hum community, suggests that evidence of the Hum corresponds with an accidental, biological consequence of the “Take Charge and Move Out” (TACAMO) system adopted by the US Navy in the 1960s as a way for military leaders to maintain communications with the nation’s ballistic missile submarines, land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles, and long-range bombers during a nuclear war. As part of TACAMO, military aircraft use VLF radio waves to send instructions to submarines: Because of their large wavelengths, VLF can diffract around large obstacles like mountains and buildings, propagate around the globe using the Earth’s ionosphere and penetrate seawater to a depth of almost 40 meters, making them ideal for one-way communication with subs. And VLF, like other low-frequency electromagnetic waves, have been shown to have a direct impact on biological functions. (Strategic Communications Wing One at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma, which is responsible for the manning, training and equipping of aircraft utilized as part of the TACAMO system, did not respond to requests for comment.)

Scientific data and anecdotal experiences of the Hum vary so much from region the world that it’s still unclear whether VLF and ELF waves are the source of it, let alone a catalyst for mass murder. The idea of a mysterious noise driving people to suicide has given birth to all kinds of pseudoscientific conjecture, making the phenomenon a favorite for conspiracy junkies who suspect foul play by some malicious government scheme (or UFOs, obviously). The World Hum, a site devoted to exploring the “mysterious phenomenon being heard by thousands around the world,” is riddled with byzantine entries about UFOs crashing in Siberia. Dr. Glen MacPherson,  a lecturer at the University of British Columbia, knows how insane it sounds. “There’s a terrible irony to the vision of a conspiracy nut in a tinfoil hat, trying to keep the government from beaming thoughts into their heads,” laughs MacPhearson, “since aluminum does protect against some electromagnetic radiation. This is why you don’t put that stuff in the microwave.”

The federally funded investigation into the Windsor Hum and the serious examination of Kohlhase’s research by Connecticut authorities may serve as a beacon of hope for Hum investigators like MacPherson, Moir, Novak and Kohlhase. State-funded tests on Hum-affected regions may yield data that could lead to a real-world solution, rather than conspiracy theories. Until then, developing a unified picture of the Hum is exactly what MacPherson wants to accomplish in British Columbia. By providing one destination for Hum data and testimony, he’s hoping that professional and independent researchers will use the collected data to help develop and execute experiments that could help identify the source of their local Hum. But until someone funds and conducts rigorous tests in an affected region, says Moir, people will continue to use the Hum as an excuse to blame modern technology, from mobile phones to telecom towers to the digital radio bands used by law enforcement. And that aura of pseudoscientific insanity surrounding the Hum has made the job of independent researchers more challenging. “In the past, I’ve contacted my representatives, I’ve contacted my governor,” says Kohlhase. “There’s willful ignorance going on about this problem and the real consequences it has.”

But should researchers like MacPherson and Moir finally pinpoint the local sources of the pain-inducing phenomenon, the Hum may transition from unexplained mystery to unfortunate byproduct of modernity, a fixture of human geography like light pollution. In the meantime, many just want to identify some relief. “A lot of serious researchers don’t want to have their name attached to that, but I’m not a formal academic researcher, and I’m quite willing to lend some credibility to this idea if I can,” says MacPherson. “This phenomenon is real and many people are suffering: I’m just trying to do the best I can to help.” -MIC

OR MAYBE ITS HAARP, or a HAARP offspring like GWEN
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"Boom" Felt Across Viewing Area(Alabama)
Nov.  2014
-  At approximately 3:15pm, News 5 began receiving dozens of phone calls from viewers across the Gulf Coast who said they heard or felt a "loud boom."  This was confirmed by News 5 crew members who experienced the same thing.

As of now, the source of this noise/tremor is unknown at this time.  We can confirm it was not a minor earthquake. The USGS reported no such activity for southern Alabama or the Gulf of Mexico.

We have phone calls in to NAS Pensacola as to whether there were any aircraft operating in the skies above southern Alabama, but have yet to receive a call back.

Here's a strong theory from Chief Meteorologist, Alan Sealls...

The booms and shaking people may have felt today in the News 5 area wasn't weather. The sky was clear so there was no rain or thunder. Your free News 5 weather app showed that no earthquakes were detected from the USGS. You would have had no reason to look at a radar today but if you were looking at a high resolution radar you might have seen some lines that looked like rain- but it wasn't raining today. The shapes and textures I saw look like something called chaff, being released by fast moving aircraft. Chaff is tiny metallic strips dropped from aircraft to either calibrate or “fool” radars. This is something the military does from time to time but rarely do they announce it. I will only guess that today there was some sort of military exercise that involved jets going supersonic and creating booms. With our cold, dense air in place, sound travels farther.

The Mystery Crashes: Are They a Global Phenomenon?
Dec. 2014
-  Reports from around the world indicate recently that mysterious “booms”, or what are sometimes referred to as “explosions” or “sky-quakes” are being reported in various countries. Most recently, New York and the United Kingdom have been among the epicenters of the phenomenon, as reported by The Daily Mail:

    “A loud boom was reported by a number of people in upstate New York on Saturday afternoon at the same time as a similar noise was heard more than 3,000 miles away in the UK.

    “Residents in locations including Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Clarence and as far north as Niagara Falls took to social media to report the unusual noise at around 4:45 p.m. EST. People described it as loud enough to shake their homes and rattle windows.”

    “At the same time as residents in New York State reported hearing noises, hundreds of Twitter users in the UK reported hearing similar sounds – that also shook their windows.

An audio recording of numerous instances of the loud bangs recorded around England indicated a strange, thunder-like rumbling, with separated consecutive blasts, as can be heard in the audio segment below:
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Mysterious 'Sky Trumpets' Are Sounding Again - Strange Noises Heard Worldwide Remain Unexplained

In August 2013 a video taken by Kimberly Wookey, in Terrace, B.C. went viral as unexplained, mysterious sounds, described as "sky trumpets" by many, were captured on video with Ms. Wookey stating these were not fake, nor a hoax, but she "recorded what we woke up to that morning," saying this was the second time she had personally heard the sounds in Terrace, B.C Canada.

At the time the official explanation from the city, found at CBC News Canada, was an unknown city worker "grinding down a blade of a grader," with the statement claiming the city was going the attempt to recreate the sound the day of the report, which was August 30, 2013.

The city never published the results of their attempted recreation, yet, almost two years later, Ms. Wookey and two others, captured the sounds again, same city, different locations and on different days, with Ms. Wookey publishing two videos, one of May 6 and one on May 7, 2015.

According to Ms. wookey, via WMD, "“I personally do not believe this has any religious connection, nor do I believe it is aliens, graders, trains, construction, etc.,” she noted. “I do believe it could be a geophysical phenomenon."

They go on to detail some of the theories found browsing the Internet, ending with the Book of Revelation:

“After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter.” (Revelation 4:1)

The eighth chapter of Revelation notes seven angels having seven trumpets to sound, and when they do, catastrophic events unfold, including a scorching of a third of all green-plant life on Earth, a third of the sea becoming blood and swarms of locusts given the power of scorpions.

Once again the city of Terrace makes the same claim as to the origin of the strange sky sounds, which seems to have satisfied some, despite the city being unable, or unwilling, to report the the results of the experiment to recreate those noises, but another video which is the last video shown below, created by KatCatKC, compiles clips from 2008 to 2015, starting with Ms. Wookey's most recent.

The compilation includes these mysterious sounds captured in Belarus in 2008, Ukraine in 2011, two different states in the US, Montana and Texas in 2012, Austria in 2012, Terrace, B.C. in 2013 (the original viral video) and Germany in 2015.

Interesting to note that according to a UFO survey, Terrace, B.C. was named as the number 3 hotspot for "UFO" sightings.

[UPDATE, via an email]

> Everyone is wondering and talking about the strange sounds again? We have an increase in earthquakes, volcanos, sinkholes, critical infrastructure shifting (train derailments) and the list goes on.
> This is what happens when a planet is under stress, being pushed and pulled. And the stronger the pushing and pulling (distance reduction between earth and the approaching planet) the worse all of these things are going to get.
> And CERN firing off (unscheduled/unpublished as usual) is not helping matters. What a bunch of morons. they actually believe they can change what has been written in the bible concerning the impending judgment.
> Not to mention capturing and redirecting dark matter as negative energy all over the planet. Does this 2000 year old statement make sense to anyone now:
> Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil

Feel free to leave your thought or theories on what these strange sounds are, in the comment section below.

First video: May 6, 2015 - Melissa Harris

vids: http://allnewspipeline.com/Sky_Trumpets_Are_Sounding_Again.php
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Magnetosphere collapsed
April  24, 2016
 beforeitsnews -  Earth magnetic field has been weakening.
Earth Magnetosphere collapsed in Space for 2 hours - on Earth Day April 22, 2016 - around the entire planet. The magnetosphere is what protects earth from solar winds and some radiation.

Deep within the Earth, a fierce molten core is generating a magnetic field capable of defending our planet against devastating solar winds. The protective field, called the magnetosphere extends thousands of miles into space and its magnetism affects everything from global communication to animal migration and weather patterns.  The magnetosphere is the region of space surrounding Earth where the dominant magnetic field is the magnetic field of Earth, rather than the magnetic field of interplanetary space. The magnetosphere is formed by the interaction of the solar wind with Earth’s magnetic field. Earth’s magnetic field that is continually changing as it is buffeted by the solar wind.

Earth’s magnetic field can be viewed as a dipole, with north and south poles like a simple bar magnet. Earth’s magnetic axis, the dipole, is inclined at about 11 degrees to Earth’s spin axis.

The sun emits a solar wind. This continuous flow of plasma, comprised of mostly electrons and protons, with an embedded magnetic field, interacts with Earth and other objects in the solar system.

Magnetic field flux can cause planes to crash

Polar shift, wander, magnetic north (anomaly)
Pole drift, magnetic north moved

Restless Sun shoots Earth


STRANGE Earth sounds

Pole Shift and Bird Deaths

US Military plane crashs (magnetic anomaly)
Magnetic field flux can cause planes to crash
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Mystery booms globally
July 7, 2016
-  Alhambra residents are trying to figure out what is causing explosion-like noises in the area.  Neighbors started hearing it. Police were called. Seismologists claimed to be baffled.

Varied descriptions - loud sharp explosion, very quick, groaning, deep booms, earth growling

For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed.
We know that the whole creation has been groaning as in the pains of childbirth right up to the present time.
Romans 8

Angry Earth
Angry GOD
Hoofbeats of the 4 horsemen of Revelation 6

Volcanoes going off - and Earthquakes all over the world

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Mysterious booms heard around San Diego County
Jan 25, 2017  
-  Santee residents reported seeing a large glowing ball in the western sky.  "I thought it was a earthquake, my car started moving back & forth in Imperial Beach!" Laura Reynolds said.  Fireball and booms. Aircraft mishap?  Missile?  Hope it was ours!

Bus-Size Asteroid Buzzing Earth Tonight Stars in Slooh Webcast


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