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Are you hearing and feeling any rumbling coming from underneath the ground in your area?

 
Big Fat Hairy Biker Dude
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This thread is freaking me out. I just felt the trucks moving beneath my home too! OMG!
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Ashesandsackcloth: What do you think is making the noises?
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Tunneling equipment and secret base building would be my guess.

I'll relate a story here. My former brother inlaw worked for a company that manufactured steel security doors.

The company was helping to build a prison within the gates of Grissom AFB in Peru Indiana.

I told him to ask around about the rail station there thats three levels down below ground.

Well he did and he was told never to come on the base property again. He didn't get fired so I was relieved about that but he related to me that they were not happy about his question to who ever it was he asked and they threw him out of there for the rest of the project.

Booner
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Could this be crustal slippage due to magnetic fluxes being recorded - possibly leading up to pole flip? hiding
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Thanks for info. I'll have to read up on this ...

Those who have heard the noise. Have you been near military bases when you have heard this?
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My wife and I, my older brother, and my mom and stepdad have all noticed that there is a sound and a feel of rumbling coming from underground that occurs a few times a day. ....

[We live in Eastern North Carolina just East of Raleigh and we dont have earthquakes often. ......
 Quoting: rumblestruck 208359

Dear Rumblestruck,
Check out this website: [link to www.loohan.com]
I believe Commander Loohan can determine what is rumbling under your house and land.
Sent him a brief explanation just like your posting here on GLP.
I trust him as I have known of him for a few years now.
Best regards and good luck ………..L.P.
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Start keeping an eye on these 2 sites
[link to weather.unisys.com]
[link to vortex.plymouth.edu]
and follow the little circles.
On March 12 something that should have been a storm formed of the Lake Erie area, 4 hours later a 3.6 earthquake in Ohio.
Weird radar shot up to the same area from W. VA a few months before and an earthquake in NW Pa.
We may be being played with again without the public being informed of weapons tests.
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So you guys think it's a scaler weapon?
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I've been interested in the 'strange' noises in my area for about a two years. So one day I googled it and found all sorts of sites about it. In fact, I think that may have been how I found GLP, lol :)

Here's a couple of articles. Just google and you'll find more:

[link to perdurabo10.tripod.com]

Maddening “Humming” Noise Breaking Out Everywhere

By James Donahue

March 2006

People interested in the esoteric probably know all about that Taos, New Mexico “humm” that has troubled people in and around that community for years.

It is described as a faint, low-frequency humming noise, between 30 and 80 Hz on the frequency scale that can only be heard by about two percent, or about 1,400 people there. The others say they don’t hear it at all.

Next we heard about a similar problem among residents of Kokomo, Indiana. They also have been haunted by a strange humming sound that they cannot trace.

In recent months we have been aware of a number of stories, now coming from all over the world, about towns where people are complaining about hearing annoying hums, thuds and even loud booms that cannot be explained. The booms are so loud it rattles the windows in the houses.

Most common are the hums. A special website called the Taos Hum Homepage, now reports that “nearly every state in the U.S. has at least one hum hearer report, including Alaska and Hawaii.” It says the largest number of reports are coming from the southwest, the Pacific northwest and southeastern states. Also “the hum has caused such problems in the U.K. and Sweden that hum-hearer support groups have formed there.”

Towns in Italy and Mexico also are reporting humming.

The common report is that the hum sounds like a diesel engine idling somewhere nearby. For those who hear the sound, ear plugs and sound insulating material in rooms are of little help. The best defense is white noise devices. Steel enclosures with a thickness greater than one-eighth of an inch, also gives some relief.

In Brooklyn, New York, where a humming noise has been bothering residents in the Bay Ridge area for the past year, chiropractor Dr. Concetta Butera says she has spent thousands trying to muffle the noise from her office and her sixth-floor apartment where she has lived for 18 years. She has installed soundproof windows, invested in a sound machine and even hired an acoustical consultant. The source of the sound has not been found.

A nearby resident, Rita Majurinen, says the hum is “such a low tone that I can feel it in my body.” She said the noise keeps her awake at night.

In Dorset, England, the sound has been dubbed the “Swanage hum.” It is described as a low noise that is felt as a vibration. During the last three years that it has been going on, people complain that it not only keeps them awake, it causes things to vibrate loose. One man said the hinge pins were driven from his door.

The Largs hum, in the Scotland town of Largs, has been buggering residents there since the 1980s. People there say it causes headaches, chest pain, nausea and even nose bleeds.

That the hum is only heard by a certain number of people in an area was a mystery until noise specialists began measuring the frequency. They say the measured levels are so low that it is right at the threshold of normal human hearing.

What is alarming is that it has been discovered that certain levels of low frequency sounds can not only cause illness, but can even kill. Apparently the frequency of this mystery hum is at a level that it can cause some people to become ill when exposed to it for any length of time.

So what is this sound, and why is it bothering people now?

New Scientist recent carried a story by Jenny Hogan who suggested that the Earth itself may be humming, and that some people are just becoming conscious of that hum.

Hogan said Japanese seismologists found that the world’s oceans create a deep, low-frequency rumble that is always present in the ground. People don’t usually hear this, but it is always there because the oceans never stop their restless movement.

“Like the hums heard everywhere, the Earth hum has a frequency below the limits of hum hearing. Some people notice it while others are oblivious to it,” the story said.

We might suggest that either the frequency is changing, or more and more people are developing more acute sensitivity to this sound. Why this is happening may be the real mystery.

[link to www.smh.com.au]

Scientists investigating 'humming' noise
October 27, 2006 - 12:49PM

A scientist investigating reports of a strange humming noise across Auckland says special equipment sensitive enough to pick up the sound will have to be used to solve the mystery.

Massey University scientist Tom Moir - along with Fakhrul Alam - has been investigating reports from up to 30 people for the past month.

The humming noise has been reported mainly in the city and the North Shore but equipment has been unable to officially record or detect the sound.

Dr Moir said he had been inundated with reports from people about the noise and also from people who had similar experiences in other parts of New Zealand and around the world.

The scientists are preparing to investigate what they are calling the Unidentified Acoustic Phenomena.

Dr Moir said he would like to think there was a rational explanation as to why only some people could hear the noise while others could not, but he could not be sure.

"I would like to think it's a sewerage pump."

Dr Moir said it was possible some people were more electro-sensitive than others to certain noises.

"But it's like everyone is tuned to the same station."

Dr Moir said the next step would be trying to find equipment which could record the noise, as the equipment so far was not sensitive enough.

Work would continue for the foreseeable future, comparing the New Zealand hum with those reported overseas, he said.
I will accept any rules that you feel necessary to your freedom. I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do. ~ Robert Heinlein
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Scaler could be possible.
This was posted awhile back after GLP asked posters if they feld dizzy in North Carolina, then:

1. - Around the time of these reports, nuclear power plants on the grid started to pull rods around the Great Lake Area.

These are the reported locations of problem. How many more areas might have been affected but were too small to report?

Gas Odor in New York City & New Jersey

[link to www.ny1.com]

GAS LEAKS:

60 Birds Dead in Austin, Texas

[link to austin.bizjournals.com]

Rio Rancho, New Mexico

[link to www.krqe.com]

Half Moon Bay, California

[link to www.hmbreview.com]

Tube Station, London

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

Mobile, Alabama

[link to www.fox10tv.com]

Blue Springs, Missouri

[link to news.yahoo.com]

Shopping center in West Australia

[link to www.thewest.com.au]

Nashville, Tennessee

[link to wkrn.com]

Oxnard, California -- Freeway Closure

[link to www.kesq.com]

Bologna, Italy

In Bologna 100 people were evacuated "for precaution" for a gastube leak this late eveneing. This afternoon happened a quake of 3,7 Richter there. In December nearby exploded a gas tube and killed 5 people.

In Genova also, residents of a Palace were evacuated for a gas tube leak. This happened this early eveneing.

(Source: Videotext of TV station Canale 5 of Mediaset Group,page 165,166)

RADIATION LEAK at British Nuclear Power Station

[link to breakingnews.iol.ie]

EXPLOSION:

AEP Ohio Plant Blast

[link to www.alertnet.org]

CHEMICAL LEAK:

[link to www.nbc5i.com]

BROKEN WATER MAINS:

Adelaide, Australia

[link to www.abc.net.au]

Rochester, New York
2.
BMD Watch: Raytheon tests new laser weapon
By Martin Sieff
UPI Senior News Analyst
Jan. 10, 2007 at 3:02PM
The Raytheon Company announced Monday that it had "successfully tested a prototype solid-state laser weapon."
The new laser system "combines the proven capabilities of the Phalanx weapon system with the power and effectiveness of lasers to defeat rockets, mortars and missiles at an operationally significant range," the company said.
Raytheon said its prototype solid-state Laser Area Defense System, or LADS, "successfully detonated 60-millimeter mortars at a range greater than 550 yards within the tactical timeline in static ground testing conducted in partnership with the United States government." The company described the tests as "groundbreaking' and said the results had been achieved "in less than six months."
"The LADS demonstration used a proven, existing, off-the-shelf solid-state laser, coupled with commercially available optics technology," Raytheon said. "The goal of the demonstration was to rapidly prove that lasers can yield military utility now by demonstrating that such a system could protect warfighters against mortars."
"Secondary goals of the demonstration were to offer a near-term alternative to chemical lasers, which may create logistics challenges for the warfighter, and to prove that existing optical and targeting components can significantly lower total laser system costs and speed their ultimate transition to the warfighter," the company said.
Raytheon said its solid-state laser technology also ensured that the operation of the LADS was "safe to the environment, does away with the need for caustic chemicals and radically reduces the life-cycle cost."
"LADS is highly mobile and has the operational capability to simultaneously engage multiple targets at tactically relevant ranges," the company said. "The laser system is powered by a commercially available generator or grid electricity and provides an extremely inexpensive, almost infinite magazine for countering mortar and rocket threats."
"In just six short months, Raytheon and government engineers went from an idea to operational field testing of a solid-state laser system that offers the potential of near-term protection for our troops," said Mike Booen, vice president of Advanced Missile Defense and Directed Energy Weapons at Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Ariz. "Our solid-state LADS proves you don't have to wait another three to five years for solid-state lasers to have military utility on the battlefield. They are ready now, with no chemicals required."
Raytheon said that the LADS was an evolutionary development of its established Phalanx weapon system that fires 20 mm armor piercing ammunition. Raytheon has made more than 900 Phalanx systems and has sold them to 24 nations. It provides "fast and precise search, track and engage capabilities for directing the laser energy on target," the company said.
"The next logical step for LADS is dynamic field testing in 2007," the company said.

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     Boeing gives Raytheon XBR radar contract
The Raytheon Company announced last week it had won a $32.7 million subcontract from Boeing for work on the X-Band Radar, or XBR, portion of the Sea-Based X-Band Radar, or SBX.
Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, or IDS, is the prime contractor for the Ground Based Midcourse Defense, or GMD program, which is primarily based around Fort Greely, Alaska.
"Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems will provide trained personnel for on-platform sustainment and operation of the XBR along with radar maintenance and development of spares," the company said. "The contract will run through 2007, and work will be performed at the company's Missile Defense Center in Woburn, Mass., and Integrated Air Defense Center in Andover, Mass., and by Raytheon Technical Services Company on site at the SBX platform."
"This award signals that the Sea-Based XBR is entering a new phase as it takes its place in the BMDS," said Pete Franklin, vice president, Raytheon IDS Missile Defense Business Area. "Raytheon's XBR is a key element of the Missile Defense Agency's vision of protecting our country from all ranges of threats, and we're committed to providing a missile defense capability to meet the MDA's mission with no doubt."
"As a primary sensor for the BMDS, the XBR performs the critical functions of cued acquisition, target tracking, discrimination and engagement hit assessment," Raytheon said.
The radar will help identify the hostile warhead from the decoys and countermeasures, providing additional capability for interceptor missiles to protect the U.S. and its friends and allies from ballistic missile attacks," the company said.
"Aboard the relocatable SBX, the XBR can be positioned in the ocean to support both testing and provide radar coverage for possible threat missile launches throughout the world," it said.

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     Japan's bureaucrats drag feet on BMD plans
The Japanese government still faces a major challenge in getting its own bureaucracy and local government authorities to agree to U.S. requirements for flying in capital infrastructure to boost Japan's ballistic missile defense capabilities.
The U.S. armed forces are still seeking "to confirm details of facilities, such as the capability to unload goods, refuel and store equipment, firefighting capabilities, security provisions and space for parked aircraft," the Tokyo newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun reported this week in an article carried Wednesday in the Manila Times.
"The highest hurdle for the government is negotiating with the U.S. side, relevant ministries and local governments," the Yoniuri Shimbun report said.
"The U.S. forces wish to use major airports, such as Narita, Haneda, Kansai, Shinchitose and Fukuoka airports, stressing their advanced facilities," the report said. However, such major airports are intensively utilized by civilian aviation assets. Therefore the Japanese government wants to use middle-range airports to avoid tying up the larger ones with logistical and security procedures for long periods of time.
"Under a law governing the use of specific public facilities enacted in 2004, the government can commandeer seaports and airports in the event of an emergency inside Japan," the newspaper noted. However, any ballistic missile threat from a nation such as North Korea would not fall under the definitions of that law. "In such a case ..., even if it threatens the nation, the (Japanese) government can only make a request to use the facilities. Thus the administrators of seaports and airports could refuse to offer them for use by the U.S. forces," the Yomiuri Shimbun report said.
The newspaper also noted that because "midsize and small seaports and airports in provincial regions have fewer officials for customs, immigration control and quarantine work," the central government in Tokyo would have to draw up detailed plans to ensure they had enough manpower to discharge necessary functions when U.S. forces were using them for BMD-related activities.
"The Finance Ministry, the Justice Ministry and the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry will consider measures to ensure that this work will continue to function smoothly during any emergency," the report said.
It also has been given the task of maintaining security.
The paper noted that Japanese government officials privately acknowledge they are making much slower progress with local authorities and even with the bureaucracies of several Tokyo ministries than they had anticipated in getting agreement on these issues.
One Japanese Foreign Ministry official told the newspaper that the government faced "the dilemma that the more people that are involved the more difficult it is to maintain secrecy."
"Concerning logistic support for the US forces, the government needs to discuss in advance with local governments, private medical institutions and transportation companies over details, such as the number of hospital beds that could be secured for injured U.S. soldiers, how much food and water will be required and means of transport for such provisions," the report said.
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what is a scaler weapon?
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Yes, when the spin cycle engage

makes the whole third floor vibrate.
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Yes, quite a bit the last couple of weeks.

(Central Iowa)
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what is a scaler weapon?
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The only nations to detonate nuclear weapons in outer space are the United States and the Soviet Union. The U.S. program began in 1958, with the Teak and Orange shots, both 3.8 megatons. These warheads were initially carried on Redstone rockets. Later tests were delivered by Thor missiles for Operation Dominic I tests, and modified Lockheed X-17 missiles for the Argus tests. The purpose of the shots was to determine both feasibility of nuclear weapons as an anti-ballistic missile defense, as well as a means to defeat satellites and manned orbiting vehicles in space.

As it was realized that nuclear weapons created an electromagnetic pulse, the potential as an anti-satellite weapon became apparent: in August 1958 during Hardtack Teak, the EMP was observed at the Apia Observatory at Samoa to be four times more powerful than any created by solar storms, while in July 1962 the Starfish Prime test damaged electronics in Honolulu and New Zealand approximately 800 miles away), fused 300 street lights on Oahu (Hawaii), set off about 100 burglar alarms, and caused the failure of a microwave repeating station on Kauai, which cut off the sturdy telephone system from the other Hawaiian islands [1]. The radius for an effective satellite kill for the various prompt radiations produced by such a nuclear weapon in space was determined to be roughly 80 km. Further testing to this end was carried out, and embodied in a Department of Defense program, Program 437.

The problems with nuclear weapons carried over to testing and deployment scenarios, however. Because of the very large radius associated with nuclear events, it was nearly impossible to prevent indiscriminate damage to other satellites, including one's own satellites. Starfish Prime produced an artificial radiation belt in space which soon destroyed three satellites (Ariel, Traac, and Transit 4B all failed after transversing the radiation belt, while Cosmos V, Injun I and Telstar suffered minor degradation, due to some radiation damage to solar cells, etc. [2]). The radiation dose rate was at least 60 rads/day at four months after Starfish for a well-shielded satellite or manned capsule in a polar circular earth orbit [3], which caused NASA concern with regard to its manned space exploration programs.
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Where did this post go?
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[link to www.fas.org]

Maybe some mobile ICBMS in tunnels underneath making the noise you hear and vibration you feel...
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odd and very resonant rumblings here . I have felt the last few days. sound more like distant explosions...probably blasting...but feeling like rumbling terrorists and illumaniti digging under my house.
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where are you located?
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where are you located?
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me?

S. utah.
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Are there any military installations near you? Or do you think this could be geological events?
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Wow.

I thought we were the only ones!

We're in Greensboro, NC and get the same thing, but along with the rumbling sounds, there are also loud underground 'thuds' every once-in-a-while.

It almost seems as if there are large trucks hauling something very large and very heavy, then when they get to their destination (which happens to be very close to our home) they drop it.
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Wow is right! I thought I was the only one hearing/feeling these things. Do any of you live on a mountain/hill? I'm about 1,000 feet up here.
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I haven't replied to a thread before--but this one I really need to share. We moved from Coeur D'Alene, ID because of this same sound and vibration was giving my husband and I insomnia. We would go outside and we wouldn't hear it as we heard it in the house. We lived about 3 blocks from the Coeur D'alene Lake which is a very deep lake over a fault zone. We both figured it was from crustal movement. We have both believed there will be a crustal polar shift soon and the noises we are all hearing around the USA are the pre-cursors to that event. Try to make provisions for your family because this one's a mega-event when it happens. Thanks for letting me share.
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Well tonight, outside my house, I had a STRONG smell of hydrogen sulfide...

where is that rotten egg odor coming from ...
weird..
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AC 20863
I'm inclined to agree with you about crustal slippage. And after reading about the magnetic anomalies and the Inuit talking about changes in the sun's position and earlier return in spring, I'm wondering about possible polar reversal or flip.

Enigma -
Having once visited Yellowstone, I remember the "fumeroles" smelling like rotten eggs. That smell is gas escaping from fissures in the earth. Where are you located?
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Maybe its because there are too many damn people and the weight is causing the Earth to buckle and bulge like a cow standing on a card table.

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why not find the locality .. using a stethoscope .. and start to dig down ....! If your saying its like ten feet below your feet - then that shouldnt be too hard to dig down to .. and you may find yourself ... opening a hole in a military tunnel ... !

That would be fun to investigate - they aint gonna see you coming through the roof their tunnel and having a look round ..! Man you could maybe even get some listenning devices down there etc etc ..


regards
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Central Wisconsin here. I don't hear this, but our Peking ducks do. For the past several days, been going nuts, frantic, trying to escape and hide, that kind of behavior. I'd check the live seismographs and most often a slight global shudder had just occurred. The Chinese use their Peking ducks as quake predictors. Sounds like the US is under more stress than usual! New Madrid about to go?
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When you get to mapping all these sites, you'd better stick the central southern area of UK on it too. We had a deep rumble last night - not the first time either, but definitely the heaviest - which had me running out into the garden to see what was passing by. I live way out in the sticks and there is only a track and country road near the house, but nothing was passing by. There are Porton Down and Boscombe Down government establishments, plus the military ranges on Salisbury Plain, which are all fairly near, but no activity from them.... not on the surface, anyway. We also have Army and Royal Air Force Apaches, Lynx and Chinooks, and Navy Merlins which use our house as an unofficial marker on the low level route to the training area, but nothing flying by at the time.

So, what is this world wide phenomenon? Is the earth moving for you? Or are "the tunnels" being brought into use all of a sudden? There's something going on, that's for sure.
Good 'ere, init?
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Thanks for info. I'll have to read up on this ...

Those who have heard the noise. Have you been near military bases when you have heard this?
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I have some friends near Suffolk Va(near Langley,Ft Monroe, several military sections) that has been hearing these underground rumblings off and on for years.