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Senior IMD team member K C Kondal said, Our observation suggests that the blast and jerks experienced in the region are not related to any earthquake. Elaborating further, Kondal said, An earthquake produces waves from which its epicentre and intensity can be measured. But here, the phenomenon is localised and superficial. Jerks observed here are limited to small areas and often not recorded.
Originally posted by William One Sac
It does indeed explain the travelling booms theory, however I cant see something like that occurring in one region over prolonged periods of time, like in India. It would mean that the matter is coming in from all different angles, but striking the earths atmosphere at exactly the same spot as the earth rotates, travels around the sun, and travels through space. Unless of course it is orbiting the earth.... I suppose then it is possible.
Originally posted by copcorn
I think that I like the water and limestone theory myself. This I think would lead to a more or less localized surface phenomena. a lot of noise, but not much in the way of seismic activity.