Do you have an explanation for all of the strange sounds in the sky that have been documented all around the world lately? Over the past few weeks, Twitter, Facebook and the blogosphere have been absolutely buzzing about these strange sounds. At the moment, they remain a great mystery because nobody can seem to explain them. Some are calling them "apocalyptic sounds". Whatever they are, they are very loud. Those that have heard the unexplained sounds in the sky compare them to the rumbling of a train, a sonic boom or a trumpet. In this article, we will discuss some of the most popular theories about these sounds, but the truth is that right now nobody really knows what is going on. But what we can say is that this is truly a global phenomenon. Strange sounds in the sky are being recorded literally all over the world and are being uploaded to YouTube at a very rapid pace. If someone was trying to fake this, it would be quite difficult to get people all over the planet to cooperate. In some instances, entire communities have heard these sounds. So it appears as though something is definitely happening. Perhaps there is a very basic explanation for all of this. Perhaps there is not. In any event, the fact that we simply do not know what is going on is rather unsettling.
Some scientists have postulated that these strange sounds in the sky could have been created by "fracking", rock bursts or the venting of high-pressure gas trapped deep within the Earth. Any of those things can definitely produce noise, but it seems hard to believe that events such as those are responsible for all of the dozens of incidents that are being recorded all over the planet.
One of the most prominent theories is that earthquakes are causing these strange noises. Once again, that is certainly possible. The "Ring of Fire" is becoming much more active and volcanic activity has been rising. We appear to be moving into a time when the crust of the earth is going to be increasingly unstable. Many believe that we will soon see some unprecedented earth changes. So this is definitely a possible explanation.
Another theory is that the strange sounds are being caused by meteor showers. Meteor showers can definitely produce some very weird sounds, but could they account for all of the widespread incidents all over the globe? Yes, many believe that meteor showers will become very intense in 2012 and 2013, but it just seems a bit of a stretch to blame all of these strange sounds on meteor showers at this point.
Could these sounds have something to do with changes in the magnetic field of the earth? That is much more realistic that many people may think. Some really weird things have been going on with the magnetic field of the earth lately. This is definitely one area that should be investigated further.
Of course one of the most popular theories is that UFOs are causing these strange sounds. Some UFO researchers have suggested that many people are not only hearing these strange sounds with their ears, but that they are also staying "in their heads" afterwards. So could there be a paranormal element to these weird noises? During most of these events there has not been anything unusual in the sky, but some UFO researchers have suggested that we can't see the UFOs because the strange sounds are being made by "cloaked ships".
Yet another very popular theory being floated out there is that these sounds are being created by HAARP or by directed energy weapons. If this theory was true, it might explain why the sounds are being heard all over the planet. But the truth is that our knowledge about HAARP and directed energy weapons is fairly limited. The governments of the world don't really like to talk about those topics. So if HAARP or directed energy weapons are causing these strange sounds, they may never tell us about it.
Some are wondering if the fact that we are getting closer to the end of the Mayan calendar has anything to do with this. Many around the world are predicting some really bad things to happen later on in 2012, and to them these sounds could be an indication that something is starting to happen.
There are a few skeptics out there that have suggested that this could all be a publicity stunt. In this day and age, that is always possible. But if that was the case, then it would have to be someone with an incredible amount of resources. These strange sounds are just not being heard in the United States. They are literally being heard all over the planet.
Lastly, there are many that are dismissing this entire phenomenon as a giant hoax. Some people have even gone to great lengths to try to "debunk" some of the videos on YouTube. But if this was all a hoax, would so many similar reports be coming in from all over the world so quickly? Could someone really coordinate such a massive hoax on such a wide scale so rapidly? In the Internet age, that is always possible, but it seems somewhat unlikely.
Most people that have looked into this seem convinced that something is going on. Many believe that the ultimate explanation for this phenomenon will be natural, and others believe that the ultimate explanation for this phenomenon will be supernatural. The following is from a recent article posted on Huliq....
As a sign of the times, Google trends notes that the term “strange sounds” as a popular “search” suddenly rose after each recent UFO sighting; while a Jan. 16 report on numerous overseas TV stations stated that a persistent and “strange humming sound” has been reported worldwide; with complaints coming in by the thousands in England, Sweden, Canada, the U.S., Hungary, Denmark, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic and Russia that these “strange noises” are heard out in public, in the environment, and most alarmingly in “people’s heads.”
One thing to keep in mind is that most of these "strange sounds" are being heard in the northern hemisphere.
So does that mean anything?
That is hard to say. It does seem noteworthy, however.
In any event, watch the videos linked to below and decide for yourself.
The following are 18 recent examples of strange sounds in the sky that have been posted to YouTube from all around the world....
#7 Costa Rica
#11 Montreal, Canada
#13 Viborg, Denmark
#16 Ontario, Canada
#17 Manitoba, Canada
The following is one of the very best compilation videos of these strange sounds. So far, it has been watched nearly a million times on YouTube....
So do you believe that you can explain the strange sounds in the sky all around the world?
Feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts below....