Black Water Phenomena -- Alien or Earth Technology?
This is one possible explanation for Strange UFO or Military Phenomena in Gulf Breeze, Florida. "Black water" is a phenomenon I have not heard of. One thought I had concerning the missing and attenuated sound: It is possible that an audio technology is being employed similar to an electronic muffler. I don't know if you are familiar with this, but essentially, a transducer senses the sound produced by the exhaust system, and is fed to an amplifier and speaker system which reproduces the sound, matching the amplitude of the source sound, only 180 degrees out of phase.
The net perceived sound is a product of the difference between the start time of the original sound wave and the start time of the amplified and inverted sound wave, which lags slightly. I would guestimate the total attenuation of the source sound to be as high as 95% in a well designed system.
The problem with this theory is, in order to affect oncoming source sounds, numerous highly sensitive transducers would have to be employed 360 degrees around the "dead zone", and corresponding speakers would have to be deployed. This would be a quite complicated affair to pull off. And why go to all this trouble in the first place? I only brought this up for the purpose of covering all the bases. I really don't think this is what you were dealing with.
We don't really know the extent of side effects caused by a gravity wave generator, and how this can skew our senses. If we're taking about a device that can affect time and space around it, then it seems logical to expect all sorts of local disturbances, including sound. I remember the incident at Lake Monroe, where four teens were enveloped in a blue beam. Their screams for help could not be heard by other campers only a few feet away. Something to think about. I'll try to find out if anyone else has experienced this phenomenon.
Lynn Taylor, Association for Aerial Anomaly Research and