posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 03:39 PM
Our star and the solar system are transiting into new and more dense areas of the galactic arm. It is possible clouds of particulates, gasses and
other interstellar materials are impacting our atmosphere in "clouds" or discreet areas of concentrations that vary in materials and therefore
effects as they impact at high velocities and at all angles.
We do not know the varied effects of that, and could add one idea of why these are so loud, cover such large areas and have such variance in the
We know that meteoric material and dust impact the Earth each day. We accumulate metric tons of such material daily planet wide. Sounds such as loud
booms and such are recorded by defense networks like NORAD also daily, with some impacts by incidental asteroids hitting and vaporizing with such
force as to show yields of upper atmospheric nuclear tests. The Tunguska event is a possible example of one that almost made ground, but vaporized and
ignited in the lower atmosphere with a yield approaching a nuclear weapons.
I myself have observed a "smoke ring" appearing over Los Angeles, likely from a meteor impacting, vaporizing and the pressure wave of the event
blowing a hole in clouds or the pressure ring condensing the air making a cloud itself.
Imagine a cloud of very dispersed material, nickle-iron dust the consistency of talcum powder impacting at several thousands of miles per hour or
faster. Even gasses could have such an effect if in the path of Earth traveling 69,360.73 MPH around the sun through space. Then imagine the cloud
being the size of several Earths or larger so that when impact occurs it lasts for an extended time as these events suggest is common.
This is just one idea. Air resonating due to upper atmospheric impact of gas or diffuse materials. We might expect meteor showers more often also if
true. The fact is, space is getting denser in our area. Effects will show soon if not already in play with this anomalous set of events.
I am well educated in this area as an astronomical illustrator, amateur astronomer, former contract to NASA and SETI as well as other astronomical
groups who has seen and studied deep sky to atmospheric anomalies for over 30 years. So I am thoughtful about these ideas and do not see evidence to
discount such yet.
Just my 2.1 Cents.