posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 11:56 AM
I must confess that I don't know much about the geology of the region. For that reason, I could be totally off base. But, excess water in a
limestone formation close to the surface would possibly be eroded by the excess water present, causing various shifts of the local strata. If the
shifts were very close to the surface, and the local strata were such that the ground waves were damped, I could see more energy being expended in to
the atmosphere as sound and less in to ground waves. Just an idea, possibly a load of crap.
I have a problem with the blasts being caused by meteor swarm being in the same orbit. The problem is that the orbit is independent of the position
of the ground. I think it is unlikely that they would be timed in such a way as to impact in the same place.
How much does India spend on "Black Budget Military Items"?
Pranksters? A friend of mine used to fill large baloons with acetelyne and oxygen, and let them go with a fuse. Always made a very satisfying boom.
Same thing with methane and oxygen filled garbage bags. Maybe something a bit larger?
Sonic Booms? I would guess that they have an inventory of supersonic fighters.