Dr. Khalilov is
geophysicist who works in the area of geodynamics and
geotectonics. Basically he studies the way the plates of the Earth move on a
global scale and the key dynamics of earthquakes and geological forces.
In a recent interview for
GeoChange Journal Dr. Khalilov was asked some questions about the strange sounds
people have been reporting for the past few months. Here is a snippet from that
QUESTION "What is
the nature of the unusual very low-pitched sounds reported by a great number of
people in different parts of the planet since the summer of 2011? Many call them
“The Sound of the Apocalypse”. Information about that comes from all over the
world: US, UK, Costa Rica, Russia, Czech Republic, Australia, etc."
"We have analyzed records of these sounds and found that
most of their spectrum lies within the infrasound range, i.e. is not audible to
humans. What people hear is only a small fraction of the actual power of these
low-frequency acoustic emissions in the
range between 20 and 100 Hz modulated by
ultra-low infrasonic waves from 0.1 to 15
Hz. In geophysics, they are called
acoustic-gravity waves; they are formed in
the upper atmosphere, at the
atmosphere-ionosphere boundary in
particular. There can be quite a lot of
causes why those waves are generated:
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes,
storms, tsunamis, etc.
However, the scale of the observed humming
sound in terms of both the area covered and
its power far exceeds those that can be
generated by the above-mentioned phenomena."
There is no doubt a huge
amount of fake "Strange Sounds" videos
saturating Youtube; But where did all these fake
videos come from?
January 13th through the 16th I watched
in disbelief as several dozen fake
videos under the title "Strange Sounds"
were uploaded to Youtube at the rate of
4-5 per hour.
the graph for Google Trends starts
shooting right up on the 10th when
people actually started searching Google
for the term "Strange Sounds" and then
around the 13th is when all the fake
videos started being uploaded like they
were going out of style.
In my 18
years on the internet and 6 years being
an avid Youtuber I have not seen
anything that even comes anywhere near
close to this.
just witnessed the world's largest
coordinated hoax that should be put in
the Guinness Book, or somebody is trying
to cover something up.
How To Discredit
the Real Videos - Poison The Well
If a person, or
group of persons, wanted to cover up something
as big as strange ominous sounds in the sky, and
they wanted to do it in the age of digital
cameras, the only way to be able to accomplish
that goal is by creating a massive slew of fakes
and injecting that poison into the stream of
information, thus discrediting all the videos.
There is no other
possible way to cover up something like that
unless you shut down Youtube or delete user
accounts but if you shut down accounts that
causes a whole other problem because then that
lends credibility to the video uploader.
easiest, and "least messy" method would be to
saturate Youtube with so many fakes that nobody
could tell what was real and what was fake
without extensive time consumption and effort.
If a person was to try and sift through all the
videos, probably now well over 100, it would be
For those who
don't know what the age old term "Poison the
Well" means, here is the definition;
well is a rhetorical device where adverse
information about a target is preemptively
presented to an audience, with the intention
of discrediting or ridiculing everything
that the target person is about to say.
Disinformation Attempt That Failed
101- for discrediting something on a large
scale. Anybody who studies such things knows
this would be the method they would use to try
and bury something this large.
We saw this in
the 9/11 conspiracy with the no-planers who
would try and promote a theory so ridiculous
that when presented to the common person they
would shy away in disbelief. That person has now
been programmed to associate all 9/11 conspiracy
related information with the crazy no-planes guy
that tried to ram his kooky ideas down his
gullet a few weeks ago. No-planers tried to
promote a cockamamie idea that there were no
planes involved in 9/11 and the whole thing was
done with holograms.
show up at 9/11 gatherings with big signs trying
to out-speak and talk over everybody. They
flooded Youtube with a bunch of fake videos that
they edited and faked themselves to promote
their theory. I personally caught one uploading
hoaxed videos he had made where he edited out
the planes but I just happened to have had the
original video before the planes were removed.
I noticed that
most of the no-planer Youtube accounts were only
a couple months old and many were started on the
same days. Many of these accounts had hundreds
of videos but yet the accounts were only a
couple months old and they would just push, and
push, and push their insane theories down
anyone's throat who came close to them.
If you did not
instantly agree with the no-planers they would
label you as a government shill and call you "Planhugger" and spend a good
deal of time trying to make the real researcher
look like the bad guy. They did much more finger
pointing than they did research. That is another
classic example of how a disinformation agent
will try and label everyone else around him an
agent to give the appearance that he is on the
side of truth.
brunt of 9/11 researchers, through some effort,
squeezed most of the no-planers virtually out of
existence and they disappeared as quick as they
came, back to their little troll caves.
The same thing
seems to be happening with the strange sounds
videos. People looking for answers are not
buying into the propaganda anymore and keeping
an open mind before making any rational
decision. I also noticed that the real truth
seekers are also applying a lot of pressure to
those who are producing the fake videos so
hopefully they will be squeezed out just like
the silly no-planers were 4 years ago.
Here is a blog post from a
no-planer named Killtown who apparently did
not like what I said on a forum.