But that doesn't even begin to explain all the other videos which do examine very real experiences by others.
How do you know this? If you go back in history you will find hoaxes that the hoaxer swore to for years, if not decades. You really should not believe very many events on utube. Discriminate..
Here is a link to the event on Vancouver Island. I think this is the event that GaryN is referring to, but I'm not sure. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Zv1PtfFNl0
I see that your disclaimer says that videos aren't and argument with you, so here's a representative quote from the news story: "Uploaded by StephenHannardADGUK on Jan 27, 2012
"the last 48 hours a number of people in Sooke have reported feeling powerful tremors that some believe are an earthquake.
"I heard what sounded like a freight train coming, that rumble, and it was very brief. My bed actually shifted," one Sooke homeowner told CTV News.
Seismologists say there are no indications of an earthquake in the Sooke area and all calling the recent reports a mystery.
On Wednesday several employees downtown felt similar shaking but believed it was a result of blasting at a downtown construction site.
Alison Bird with the Pacific Geo Science Centre says, "It would have to be an extremely large explosion for people in Sooke to feel the Victoria blast".
The District of Sooke, the Sooke Fire Department, and the RCMP were all contacted but were unable to shed any light on the rumblings. The Department of National Defense also denied have any part in the tremors.
South of the border the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station says they didn't have any aircrafts operating Tuesday because of high winds. http://www.ctvvancouverisland.ca/
According to the story, the seismometer in the area is said to be sensitive enough to detect the a chicken picking at the ground 20 feet away, but it registered no movement at all.