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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2012 8:38 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

San Diego Earthquake Mystery Today April 13 Denied as Sonic Boom
April 13th, 2012 – A San Diego “earthquake” mystery today Friday April 13, 2012 has been denied as a sonic boom. San Diego residents reported an earthquake like event at 8:38 am to 9 am PST today. While a light San Diego neighboring earthquake did happen this morning, there was no sonic boom from MCAS Miramar, officials tell news.

Earlier today, local news erroneously reported that there wasn’t an earthquake at the time. But USGS does confirm to news that a neighboring earthquake did strike around that time. But the quake wasn’t substantial. And it wasn’t precisely in San Diego either.

A 1.4 magnitude quake struck Friday April 13, 2012, USGS reports to news, at roughly 8:18 AM PST. The quake was ninety-three miles from San Diego. The quake was north east of town, located closest to Indio, USGS tells news. The only other quake around that time was a 1.9 magnitude quake. But that quake was centered out near Seeley.

Residents took to Tweeter to comment about the same. Some said it happened closer to 9 am rather than 8:30. “Weird shaking and sounds in San Diego” wrote one person. Others reported dramatic window movements in their homes. MCAS Miramar tells news that there wasn’t a sonic boom at the time.

So what happened? San Diego State University Professor Emeritus Pat Abbott tells local news that the sound could have been atmospheric. But weather reports deny that possibility.
Local military officials have yet to tell news if an exercise today may have caused the problem. Twitter activity about the same matter became heightened later in the day, close to noon Friday.
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Mystery 'boom' in Appling confirmed as minor quake
April 24, 2012 -  A mysterious boom that shook portions of Appling late Monday was confirmed Tuesday as a minor earthquake, according to Columbia County authorities.  The event, which registered a 2.1 magnitude on the Richter scale, occurred at 9:26 p.m. and was located near Columbia and Appling-Harlem roads, Emergency Services Director Pam Tucker said.

The temblor was not listed on national earthquake monitors, but was confirmed by a seismologist at Savannah River Site, she said.
“This would explain the loud boom and shaking that many residents felt,” she said.

Earthquakes occur periodically in the area, which lies along the fall line, where the Coastal Plains and Piedmont regions meet.
For decades, scientists have monitored the region around the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ earth-and-concrete Thurmond Dam for seismic activity, which has included dozens of small quakes.

According to the National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, Colo., Thurmond Lake is one of the major earthquake centers in Georgia and South Carolina, where pressure changes caused by water in reservoirs can promote seismic movement. The largest recent quake in the lake area occurred in Lincoln County on Aug. 2, 1974, and registered 4.2. Three other quakes were recorded in nearby Edgefield County, S.C., in 1996, measuring 2.5, 2.3 and 2.2.
Experts say Augusta is unlikely to experience a serious quake.

New Jersey Mystery boom shakes buildings
21st May 2012 -  AN investigation has been launched into the cause of a mysterious boom which shook buildings across the Island on Saturday afternoon.  Hundreds of Islanders reported hearing a loud bang – similar to a sonic boom.  The boom was so loud it rattled doors and windows from Gorey to St Ouen and even measured on the Island’s seismograph in St Aubin.

But despite speculation that the noise was caused by a military jet travelling faster than the speed of sound, Jersey Airport has confirmed that no aircraft capable of causing such a noise was in the Island’s airspace at the time.  And Jersey Met Office has confirmed that it is unlikely that any meteorological phenomenon could have caused the noise.
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Jawhar taluka experiences heavy rains, loud noises and 'tremors
Sept 2012
 Heavy rains washed away a culvert at Takav in Chelavali region of Palghar taluka as people residing near rivers and creeks here shifted to safer locations, the district control room said.
Meanwhile, geological experts visited Jawhar on Monday to study so called 'tremors' in the area and submit their report to the collector directly.
The Thane district additional collector Ashok Shingare told PTI that told this correspondent that the intensity of loud sounds were on the rise causing concern among citizens.
Seismologists from IMB Mumbai and Pune as well other experts will also be visiting Jawhar on Tuesday to study the situation, he said.
For the past ten days, Jawhar town's residents have been running out of their houses after hearing mysterious loud sounds like 'tremors' throughout the day on Monday.

Wellington 'hum' becomes nationwide obsession
Oct 2012
 News of the ‘Wellington hum’ has reverberated across the country with the local council inundated with calls on theories about the phenomenon.
The Wellington City Council says calls have flooded in since the noise was first reported in parts of the city three days ago.
The cause of the noise is still unknown but council spokesperson Clayton Anderson says there are several theories floating around.

“We’ve had around 20 phone calls and got around a dozen emails from around New Zealand from people speculating what it is,” he says.
One theory is that the Wellington sewerage pump station is reverberating through the pipes into people’s house.
Another caller said the work being carried out on the Mt Victoria Tunnel ventilation shaft could be producing a low-pitched hum.

The most bizarre theory was from a man convinced Daleks – fictional mutant aliens from the TV series Doctor Who – had surrounded the city.
But Daleks or not, it appears the noise is spreading with the council receiving its first call from a resident in Berhampore last night.
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Source Of Loud Boom In Foothills A Mystery
26 Aug 2012
-  People from all over El Dorado County say they’re hearing loud booms several times a week, but there are many theories on what is causing them.

“I thought it was thunder,” said one person.
“It’s definitely not thunder; too consistent. I thought it was just mining,” said another person.

“I always considered them to be sonic booms from flying aircrafts for years,” said Loring Brunius, owner of Sierra Rock Diamond Quarry.

People who live near Pleasant Valley say their days have been interrupted by loud booms, shaking the floor beneath them.

“You can feel it in the ground, no question about it. But no one’s been able to figure out why,” said Pleasant Valley resident Peter O’Grady. “I tend to hear somewhere between four to six of these things during the weekdays usually between 11 p.m. and 2 pm.  And the rolling foothills of El Dorado County make it difficult for them to even tell where it’s coming from.

We asked the owner of Sierra Rock Diamond Quarry what he knew about it. He says they havent blasted since last year. And any miners or quarry owners would need government permission before they can set off any explosives.

“It’s a federally mandated system, and enforced,” said Brunius.

Some think the booms are from nearby wineries using propane cannons to scare away birds.

“We’ve never done it and I don’t know of any other winery that does,” said Carrie Ben****, a winemaker at Holly’s Hill Winery.

According to USGS, there aren’t enough seismic stations to pinpoint the exact location. Meanwhile, some say the booms have been around so long and happen so often they barely notice them anymore. Still, others want to solve the mystery.

“I would like to know what it is, yeah. And I’d like to know when it’s going to stop too,” said O’Grady.

CBS13 spoke to Fallon Naval Air Station that said any supersonic flight operations they do are only allowed over Dixie Valley, which is hundreds of miles away.  Some think illegal mining could be the source of the sounds, but Brunius doubts that theory. He said if that was the case, the culprit would have been caught by now.

Underground bases?
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Underground explosions heard in multiple states
Dec 5, 2012
 CBS 5 News Arizona
Residents in communities in and around Verde Valley and as far as Flagstaff called 911 or their police and fire departments to report the strange booming sounds.  "It sounded like thunder, but underground," Swesey said. "Like muffled thunder. And all the dogs in the neighborhood, all of them that were outside all started barking at once."

Patch News California.. Dec 4th
I live in NW Altadena near Lincoln & Loma Alta Dr & on last evening, Tuesday - Dec 4, 2012, I kept hearing 'loud boom' sounds every 10-15 minutes.

Another said in a comment..
My family heard the loud boom's throughout the night also. It sounded like small sonic booms that rattled the windows. They continued throughout the night till around 2:00 a.m. Would love to know what the noises were, they were a bit startling.

KTEN News Texoma (Texas & Oklahoma).. Dec 5th
KTEN has had hundreds of reports of loud explosions and the ground shaking in seven counties from north Texas to southern Oklahoma.
People tell us, they felt shaking and heard a loud boom just after eight this morning.

WPRI News Rhode Island.. Dec 4th
Reports of the phantom boom kept crews busy in both Barrington and Warwick after residents reported hearing the strange disruption around 11:30 p.m.

"It shook the windows and made my neighbors alert too. The only way to describe it was like a single loud 'boom' noise that sounded somewhat like an explosion,"

Plainsman News Alabama.. Dec 4th
Phone calls to The Plainsman office suggested that the bang was heard over a far larger radius than Gentilly Park.
Residents around the area do not seem to believe the sound was a gunshot or fireworks, as the sound was described as far too loud.

WJBF 6 News Georgia.. Dec 6th
Columbia County EMA director Pam Tucker tells WJBF News Channel 6, that quarry blasting and earthquakes have been ruled out as causes of loud booms and rumblings in Columbia County.  There have been several loud booms reported in the county over the last couple of days.  On Wednesday, at 9:07 p.m., a county resident heard a loud rumble and he says his driveway is now lifted up with cracks in and the road and sidewalks near his home are now cracked.

Pollux: Subcritical Underground US Nuclear Explosion Test
7 December 2012
, by Andrew Kishner (Global Research)

US conducts limited nuclear test
7 December 2012, (AAP - Herald Sun)

US conducts limited nuclear test at underground site
7 December 2012, Washington (AFP - Straits Times)

The United States said Thursday it has conducted a “subcritical” nuclear test at an underground site to study the behavior of nuclear materials without triggering an atomic explosion.

The test, conducted Wednesday in Nevada, aims to gather scientific data that will “provide crucial information to maintain the safety and effectiveness of the nation’s nuclear weapons,” the Energy Department said in a statement.

“Challenging subcritical experiments maintain our capabilities to ensure that we can support a safe, secure and effective stockpile without having to conduct underground testing,” said National Nuclear Security Administration head Thomas D’Agostino.

Staff from the Nevada National Security Site, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories conducted the experiment, known as Pollux.
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Loud explosion in North Hollywood still a mystery, police say
January 9, 2013  
The loud explosion that jolted North Hollywood on Tuesday night remained a mystery the next morning, authorities said.
An officer at the Los Angeles Police Department's North Hollywood station said police searched the area for a half an hour Tuesday night but had no luck in determining what caused the sound. The officer said police received numerous calls about the noise.

At about 9:30 p.m., numerous people began tweeting about a loud explosion. Some thought it had come from a North Hollywood Metro station; others reported hearing an explosion in Studio City.
"Mysterious explosion a few minutes ago. What's going on? #LA" tweeted @ThatVitalSpark.
"Seriously, any leads what the hell this boom was in North Hollywood? Im shook up a bit" tweeted @RajRawal37.
A Reddit user posed the question: "What just blew up in North Hollywood?"
By 6 a.m., there were more than 120 comments, but no crowd-sourced answer. However, possibilities ranging from alien invasions to meteors were proposed.

Did You Hear a 'Loud Boom' in Marblehead Early Saturday?
10 Jan 2013
Marblehead residents reported hearing a loud bang in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Salem and Marblehead police officers searched the area of Ocean Avenue early Saturday morning for evidence of what could have caused the large boom that prompted residents across the area to call 911.
According to Sunday morning's Salem police log, At 1:34 a.m., police received multiple calls regarding a "loud bang" on Ocean Avenue. They were unable to locate the source.
Many of our readers in Marblehead also reported hearing the sound, which has some town residents wondering whether or not it is coming from the harbor.

We even received word of the noise on our Salem Patch Facebook page.
•Anybody know what the hell that big boom cannon-like noise was I just heard?? 1:30 a.m., near Salem State?
•What was the loud explosion sound with a flash near Salem State between 1:30 and 2:00 AM??? It shook my house!
This isn't the first time we've written about mysterious explosion noises being reported in the area late at night.
Theories offered so far have included youngsters with powerful fireworks, cannons from boats in the harbor,
malfunctioning electrical transformers, UFOs and the shifting of tectonic plates under the city.
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Source of loud boom in Red Bank remains a mystery
Residents of Red Bank in Lexington County appear to have gotten a loud awakening Thursday morning as multiple reports indicate a loud booming noise in the area.
WIS News 10 viewers poured onto our Facebook page this morning to report the sound.

"What was the horrific boom in the Redbank area," asked Lisa Russell Fields. "People are saying it sounded like a plane crash or explosion."
"I also heard the "big boom" this morning. So did a lot of other people, it sounds like a close cannon or something and will shake the whole building/house," said Jennifer Lee Stokes Kleine.

"Does anyone have a concrete explanation for the loud boom that shook houses in Lexington County around the Redbank/YMCA/Old Barnwell Road area this morning around 8:30 a.m.," said Mary Frances Henry Bell.

So, what was it? The Lexington County Sheriff's Department doesn't know either.
"Law enforcement officers and public safety personnel have been unable so far to determine the source of the noise," said Sheriff's Department spokesman Maj. John Allard. "No explosions have been reported."

A similarly loud explosive noise happened last year in the South Congaree portion of Lexington County.
Residents reported then being woken up to the boom around 8 a.m. on a Sunday. Seismographs at the University of South Carolina even measured something in the area.
However, there was never any cause determined for that loud noise either.
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UTAH - Mysterious booms remain unexplained
1/8/13 SALT LAKE CITY — Hundreds of people from Weber County to Utah County, and some as far north as Rock Springs, Wyoming reported that they felt shaking or heard loud booms Tuesday night around 9 p.m.
The FOX 13 Newsroom received several calls from concerned citizens about the phenomena shortly after 9 p.m., but the cause remains a mystery.
Experts at the seismology department at the University of Utah confirmed there was seismic activity measured just behind the Capitol building.

“There are low-frequency signals that are usually from the atmosphere. The infra-sound network is most sensitive to signals that come from the atmosphere, so we think this was an above ground event,” said Katherine Whidden, research seismologist. “These can be airplanes that are breaking the sound barrier, they can be explosions or they can be storms.”
Representatives for the University of Utah’s Seismograph stations said there was not an earthquake, ATK said they were not conducting any rocket tests, the Utah National Guard said they were not conducting any weapons or artillery training and Hill Air Force Base said they did not have any planes in the air after 6 p.m.
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Tennessee - Mysterious Shaking Puzzles Experts in Morristown
2/13/13 - Late Tuesday afternoon dozens of concerned neighbors called Hamblen County 911 to report the earth shaking and the sound of a large blast.
At first the the US Geological Survey reported there was no earthquake in the area.
That prompted local emergency management officials to spend Wednesday looking at other options.

10News spoke with TDEC (Tennessee Department of Environmental Conservation) who ruled out fracking or quarry activity.
Then, we checked with the University of Memphis Center for Earthquake Research and Information, sponsored by the USGS.
Geologist Gary Patterson went and pulled the records from sensors on Tuesday and says he could see activity consistent with an earthquake or quarry blasting.

Emergency Managment Agency Director Chris Bell says there was no licensed blasting in the Hamblen County area on Tuesday.
10News also confirmed with the area's only quarry, Vulcan Materials, that no blasting happened yesterday.
Patterson says the activity shows up over a large area with sensors reporting vibrations in Copper Ridge, Avondale Springs, Green Top, and Lonesome, VA.

He says the USGS doesn't have a lot of sensors in that area which may have resulted in the automated system's failure to report the activity.
Patterson says they need more time to investigate, but either an earthquake or quarry blasting could solve the 'Morristown Mystery.'
Source: WBIR

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