February 27, 2016

A Strange Sound May Be Alien Base Below the Pacific Ocean, Heard Since 1991 (Listen Here), Feb 2016, UFO Sighting News.

Date of anomaly: 1991 continuing till February 2016
Location of sound: Pacific Ocean
News source:  http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/901892-strange-sounds-in-the-ocean-source-unknown-listen-here/?photo=1

Sounds have been heard from the middle of the pacific ocean since 1991 and have been heard off and on ever since. The military had never heard anything like it and scientist came up with the great idea that its fish farting. What were those scientist thinking? Clearly the military has found an underwater base far below the depths in this are marked on the map below. Only electronic equipment could make such sounds. Its a signal for exiting and entering alien craft to better find their way. Like wifi assisting our phones to connect to the internet. It helps comfort the aliens entering the area, to know they are in a safe zone among friends. 

I made video last year about an underwater base I found to give you an idea of what I'm saying. If found it on Google Earth map, and it space hundreds of miles. Listen to video below to hear the alien signal coming from the base. Its very similar in rhythm and frequency to the sound coming from comet 67P. 
Scott C. Waring

News states: 
In Beyond Science, Epoch Times explores research and accounts related to phenomena and theories that challenge our current knowledge. We delve into ideas that stimulate the imagination and open up new possibilities. Share your thoughts with us on these sometimes controversial topics in the comments section below. An unexplained sound has permeated the water from one end of the Pacific to the other since 1991. What could it be? It isn’t whales or ship vibrations or any of the other usual suspects making this noise in the ocean. In 1991, scientists first detected what has become known as the Upsweep. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) describes Upsweep: “It consists of a long train of narrow-band upsweeping sounds of several seconds duration each.” It’s been detected from one end of the Pacific to the other, a huge range.

The US Navy had never seen this signal before in its decades of listening under the waves, according to a 2002 New Scientist article. Upsweep was heard straight across the Pacific, ruling out certain localized or small-scale sources. The sound persisted, with a peak in strength in 1994. Since then, it has been subsiding, though it remains audible, reports the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). It seems to peak in the spring and fall. This could be related to the source of the sound, or it may simply be that the sound travels better in the aquatic environment at these times for whatever reason, says NOAA. The sound is uniform overall, unlike the varied sounds of most volcanic activity and unlike the varied intonations of whale communications. But Emile Okal of Northwestern University in Chicago and Jacques Talandier, formerly with the French Atomic Energy Agency, suggested a particular type of volcanic activity that may be the cause. In 1996, they hypothesized that it may be the sound of seawater coming into contact with a large pool of lava, explained New Scientist. They used seismometers to trace where the sound may be coming from, concluding that it may originate in the remote southern Pacific. NOAA states that the source may be in this region, at the location of inferred volcanic seismicity. “But,” notes NOAA, “the origin of the sound is unresolved.”