Sunday, November 26, 2017

What Are The Strange Sounds Happening All Over The World!


What Are the Strange Sounds Being Heard Around the World?
Published on Nov 24, 2017
End of the world 'warning' - Are eerie trumpet noises from the sky sign of the APOCALYPSE?
EERIE unexplained noises that have triggered nightmares and fears of the "end of the world" have been recorded.
By Jon Austin
Published: Fri, May 26, 2017
The noises have been heard across the world with no definitive explanation.
The weird, loud noises have been heard across several continents, but have now hit the UK, and scientists cannot agree on the reason for the widespread phenomenon.
For the past few years increasing numbers of people have posted online videos of themselves witnessing strange unexplained 'trumpet' noises.
In some cases, the sounds have been accompanied by shaking windows and people being frozen with terror.
The YouTube videos have been uploaded from as far afield as Germany, Ukraine, Belarus, Australian and North America.
But, now a worried resident of Derbyshire has contacted his local paper with concerns.
The reader approached the Derby Telegraph for help after hearing the "strange noise."
They tweeted the paper and police asking for an explanation for "trumpet-like booming sounds" which he heard Riddings, near Alfreton.
The reader wrote: "Any idea what the strange noise is over Riddings that's been going on and off all day?"
Earlier Calvin Kirlew recorded video of a similar noise in Nottingham.
Derbyshire Police tweeted back that the incident was "intriguing," but the force was bewildered.
Aaron Traylor, from Montana in the US, is one of those to have uploaded recordings of the creepy noises to YouTube and claims to have suffered "vivid nightmares" ever since.
He said: "Since I've been following this worldwide strange sounds phenomenon for some time, the whole 'End of the world' thing popped instantly into my head.
"What if this was one of those sounds? I had my phone ready to capture the next one just in case. Sure enough, five minutes later the sound had returned."
However, level-headed Kimberly Wookey, from Terrace in British Columbia, Canada - who first recorded the odd noises in June 2013 and has since caught the weird sounds on camera a number of other times – dismissed fears the sounds signal the end of the world or the arrival of aliens.
She has also ruled out trains or building work, believing the cause of the noises may be "geophysical", such as atmospheric pressure or tectonic plates grinding together.
As yet, there has been no firm breakthrough in attempts to explain the loud 'trumpet' sounds.
Some scientists have said earthquakes can produce sub-audible sounds while lightning creates eerie noises heard through radio emissions.
NASA researchers say the planet does make background noises, but people would usually require radio antennas to pick it up.
Sociology lecturer at the University of Derby and conspiracy theory expert Andrew Wilson told the Derby Telegraph some clips may have been hoaxed, but "such stories have actually been reported for at least 200 years."
He said: "There is an account from an 1804 book called British Mineralogy, in which the author describes going to Yorkshire and hearing noises in the air. The next day, he found evidence of a meteorite a couple of miles away.
"There are a wide range of explanations for these sounds. Most of them are put down to unusual, but natural, phenomena such as subterranean earthquakes, thunder without lightning and falling meteors."
Mr Wilson said, however, conspiracy theories for the mysterious noises have a sociological explanation.
He said apocalypse fears or alien theories come about when scientific explanations are not obvious, as people become desperate for an explanation.
He said: "Conspiracy theories offer a very attractive and simple way of viewing that world. But they are flawed, and over-simplified."
What is eerie 'electronic noise' deep from bottom of ocean that scientists can't explain?
The mysterious deep-sea noise has baffled scientists for a quarter of a century, and we still have no idea what causes it.
By Jon Austin
Published: Tue, Mar 1, 2016
No one can explain the source of the mystery noise 25 years on
It has been described as sounding mechanical, motorised and at times even electronic.
Discovered in 1991, the noise became known as the Upsweep and was found to be audible from each end of the Pacific Ocean.
Whales songs and ship vibrations were initial suspects but both were eventually ruled out by perplexed boffins.
Sea hear: What is the cause of the strange noise?
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has described Upsweep as "a long train of narrow-band upsweeping sounds of several seconds duration each".
The Upsweep you can hear in this extract is played at 20 times the normal speed.
The sound got louder until 1994 and has gradually subsided since, but can still be detected.
The NOAA believes it peaks in the spring and autumn.
Because of the large number of volcanoes in the Pacific, including submerged ones, volcanic activity is one suggested explanation.
Emile Okal of Northwestern University in Chicago and Jacques Talandier, formerly with the French Atomic Energy Agency, hypothesised in 1996 it could be the sound of seawater contacting a large pool of hot lava.
Christopher Fox, director of NOAA’s acoustic monitoring project, said the movement of seawater can make noises like the movement of wind, so ocean currents may be responsible.
Sound of the sea: Underwater sound waves baffled science for 25 years
But overall, the NOAA still lists the origin of the mysterious noise as "unresolved".
About 95% of our oceans remain unexplored, so more fanciful theories have included a sea monster, or undiscovered creature or geological process or other phenomena.
Never one to disappoint when an off-the-wall theory is needed, Scott C waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, said scientists were on the wrong track.
He speculated it only only stem from electrical equipment, and therefore aliens must have a secret underground base beneath the ocean.
But now a new theory has come forward…based on fish farting…seriously.
Simone Baumann-Pickering, a marine biologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, said the sound starts after the sun sets,for a couple of hours, then stops and it happens again at dawn.
Biologists believe it could come from huge clouds of small fish and crustaceans which hide by day and come nearer the surface at night.
Sounds fishy? Could it be fish talking or farting?
Scientist now believe the hum happens when fish are in a mesopelagic zone from about 660 feet under the to a depth of 3,300 feet.
One theory being looked at is a form of communication, whereas another is a more basic form of communication.
Ms Baumann-Pickering said: "It's known that some fish are considered to be farting.
"That they emit gas as they change depths in the water column.
"The gas comes from a swim bladder inside the fish that controls its buoyancy."
It seems further research is needed before the mystery is finally solved.
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