posted on May, 29 2012 @ 09:05 PM
reply to post by Neysa
West Michigan - Sunday 27 May 2012
You have another one here - www.abovetopsecret.com...
Hopefully, he will come here and post details himself.
Another person posted the story on this thread - www.abovetopsecret.com...
I was thinking ... there are several DIFFERENT types of sky noises. This particular story is about one that sounds like sonic booms; but, wasn't a
sonic boom. The unique thing in this story is the two trees that fell.
Now, if you pile the older style square bales of hay in a field, open and uncovered - they can spontaneously combust and set the field on fire.
Moisture trapped inside the hay that was subjected to the elements (rain in particular) is often cited as the reason ... but, so is methane buildup -
a gas made by deteriorating organic matter.
Suppose those two trees were the same age, subjected to the same environmental stresses and had a hollow cavity inside that was deteriorating. My
idea is that perhaps methane (or some other?) gas was able to buildup in a hollow inside the trees and that made the sonic boom sound ... unless it
was the sound of the trees falling themselves that did it.
Aaaaw, I just remembered it was heard several counties away. Scratch the methane, other gas, or tree-falling sound idea.
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Trexter Ziam because: (no reason given)