Strange sounds in the sky are being heard around the world. You tube videos chronicling the eerily similar sounds have been recorded in America, the UK, and Russia as well as many other places. What could these sounds be? Gabriel’s Trumpet? Cloaked Alien warships? A glitch in the Matrix?
Many theories have circulated regarding the strange sounds in the sky since they first started to come to peoples attention. Although no one seems to have a definitive answer for what these strange sounds in the sky are, some theories seem more plausible then others. Here are the most likely scenarios:
One theory to explain the strange sounds in the sky is frozen ground water cracking rock in the earths crust. As we all know, water seeps into everything. Water also expands when it freezes. The theory goes that when water seeps into cracks in bedrock, and then rapidly freezes, it pushes the rock apart creating a grinding that reverberates through the atmosphere. This theory seemed plausible to me. However, some reports of the strange sounds in the sky have come from Costa Rica. Costa Rica doesn’t seem to me to be the type of place that has the potential for rapid freezing of ground water. Costa Rica does have mountain areas over 12,000 ft though, so rapid freezing of ground water could occur there making this theory still a top contender.
Some scientists claim that the strange sounds in the sky are acoustic-gravity waves. They claim that there can be quite a lot of causes why those waves are generated: earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, storms, tsunamis, etc. However, they feel that the global reach of these point to Solar Flares. The impact of shock waves in the solar wind, streams of corpuscles and bursts of electromagnetic radiation destabilizing the magnetosphere, ionosphere and upper atmosphere are the main causes of generation of acoustic-gravitation waves claims this theory.
Increased Activity in the Earths Core
Another theory posed by scientists is that intensification of the energy processes in the Earth’s core can modulate the geomagnetic field which, through a chain of physical processes at the ionosphere – atmosphere boundary level, can generate acoustic-gravity waves the audible range of which has been heard by people in the form of a frightening low-frequency sound in different parts of our planet. This theory seems the most plausible. An increase in energy process at the earths core would result in increased volcanic and tectonic activity. There are currently 45 actively erupting volcanoes, and the recent earthquakes in Nepal, Japan and Papua New Guinea seem to back this up.
As I have mentioned in a previous article, the HAARP project sent charged particles into the atmosphere much in the same way that solar flares do. This could be another possible explanation for the strange sounds in the sky. Although the us claims to have officially shut down the HAARP experiments in 2014, they may still be going on in secret. Also, many other countries have set up installations similar to HAARP such as EISCAT and SPEAR that could also be conducting experiments capable of creating acoustic gravity waves.
Whatever the strange sounds in the sky are, I think it is reasonable to assume that they are either a natural phenomenon, or the result of human testing on the atmosphere, and therefore not the herald of an impending apocalypse, or alien invasion. However, I could be wrong…