News Stories relating to "noises"
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Mysterious booms, bangs and shudders have been reported on Unknown Country for years, and they continue to be a phenomenon that we monitor with a keen interest.
The unexplained noises have been heard all across the globe, including Canada,...
Monday, May 5, 2014
A recent study suggests that killer whales and other marine mammals are far more likely to pick up sonar signals than was previously thought.
Scientists have discovered that commercially available sonar systems, which are designed to create signals beyond the range of hearing of such animals, do in fact emit signals known to be within...
Friday, January 25, 2013
The Canadian government will fund a search for the cause of the mysterious Windsor hum
, a low, persistent noise that's been bothering there residents for two years. It's been described as described as sounding like an idling truck or train engine. Canada...
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
There has been a surprising outburst of booming sounds
in many US communities lately.
In Columbia County, Georgia, some people said they were so loud that they woke them up at night. On ABC News, Michael Miller quotes Pam Tucker, director of the Columbia County Emergency...
Monday, October 29, 2012
When shopping for a computer or a new appliance, what makes you choose one brand over the other? There are lots of things to consider: How it works, any special features it may have, cost, repair reputation--even color and design. But here's one feature you probably never thought about: How it SOUNDS.
Friday, May 4, 2012
A hum coming from somewhere in Detroit is driving people across the border in Canada crazy, to the extent that it's become a become an international diplomatic incident: Canada dispatched an aide to their foreign minister to the area to try to find its source and put a stop to it.
In the April 30th edition of the Wall Street Journal...
Monday, March 19, 2012
On Earthfiles.com, Linda Howe reports that on Thursday, February 23, a low rumbling sound was heard in Arlington, Washington, from the morning through the night, growing in intensity at 7 p.m. It was so loud that several of the people who heard it say it vibrated the bones in their chests. Arlington is about 35 miles southeast of a Naval Air...