Per the YouTube video link, why is everyone all poised and in place and ready out there with their video cameras to record a “noise”? I mean, did they all hear something first, and then go grab their cameras? Seriously, nobody just sits outside with a video camera pointed at the sky, waiting for a noise, unless it is engineered to happen or is anticipated. There is no context from the tape from what I can tell, nor affadavits that I can tell, local police reports and the like. I could be wrong, but this world is full of weird noises and it has been that way for hundreds of thousands of years. Our universe is one continuous wave of perceptible noises, including those from astrophysical bodies, and the like.
Same noise same time in Kansas City. Just didnt record it. Could be associated with electromagnetics due to pole shift.
I was watching some newscast about a local naval observatory working with marine biologists tracking whales. For the “color” aspect of what they do (listening for submarines using sound monitors throughout the oceans) - they played recordings of whales, etc.
The biologist played the various sounds and would say “that is a Blue Whale near the surface in the South Pacific,...that is a humpback off the coast of Japan, etc.
The last sound was REALLY weird - sounded partly organic like the whales, but also had an almost electric synthesised, high frequency tone mixed in. The biologist let in run and said it was in the Indian Ocean, at a depth of 15,000 ft (some really great depth anyway),.....”and we have NO IDEA what the heck it is!”
I have searched youtube for it (it is several years old now I imagine) to see if it ever made it onto the internet, but no luck.
It gives me chills just thinking about it again. On one hand it is cool that it is probably just some creature that hasn’t been discovered yet. But that synthetic tone gives me the chills that it might be something else.
Lewis and Clark heard unexplainable noises, too, during their expedition - it sounded like cannon fire coming from the west. Sometimes it would be one “shot,” sometimes five or six in a row.
That said some of the sounds on the tape are exactly what I heard. It's been twice now. The second wasn't as loud as the first.
So what I've done is to keep a mike keyed in one of my production studios. If the sound happens again I'll trip the Orban recorder as well as Cool Edit and a Reel to Reel tape. (If I can' find one, LOL! Haven't used them for YEARS!)
With my luck it won't happen again.
One other remote possibility is that there is a train tunnel quite deep under our building. It isn't used very often anymore and I am used to that sound as well. It really isn't a sound, more of a gently shaking. Plus I would have seen a train.
The Salvation Army is next door but there's no one there tonight. Across the street is a computer data storage/commercial IP provider but it doesn't look like there are a lot of people there tonight and they keep the door locked. I can't leave my studios long enough to go ask them if they heard anything. They'd probably think I was imagining things anyway...sigh.
BTW I forgot to add that when I heard the sound I sure reacted, LOL! Jumped from my chair and into the hall. It doesn’t seem strange that in those videos people don’t seem to react the way one would think they would.
Per the YouTube video link, why is everyone all poised and in place and ready out there with their video cameras to record a noise?
I heard this massive sound in Texas about six months ago. I was at home and was not carrying my phone in my pocket.