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Originally posted by Ben81
Those booms are drills and TNT from the very deep
the ground is a special rock hard enought to protect the bunker
its because of the soil that its a perfect place for a bunker
the more 2012 approach
the more the elites are drilling bunker in secret
near each towns
hope those bunkers will be for the population if needed
they shouldnt hide it from the public
people will need to run into those bunkers ASAP when TSHTF
Originally posted by renegade1179
I wish the residents of Clintonville would Google "video camera," buy a video camera, read the operation manual, and then put those skills to use at capturing the rumbling/shaking. I've searched everywhere for a recording of this happening, but nothing. If they want help getting ideas of what this could be, the rest of the world will need some more things to go on, otherwise, you're on your own Clintonville. I live in SE Wisconsin and heard rumbling in the past 2 weeks, but it was only one time and it was WAY earlier in the morning when I was waking up, and I haven't heard anything since then. 4,000+ people and not one of them has a video camera?
Originally posted by kosmicjack
Every time I hear about this topic I can't help but think of this. "Cracking an Eggshell"edit on 28/3/2012 by kosmicjack because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Zinky
I'm following all this from the West Side of Chicago. We're not too far away, and this may affect us too.
For what it's worth - the last few days here - the air has smelled strongly of chemicals. Sim to Acetone or 'Crazy Glue'.
Probably unrelated, probably some kind of dumping - but - who knows?
We're keeping an eye out here, stay safe everyone in Wisconsin!
Oh - I just thought of something else - doesn't Fermilab have seismic equip that monitors this whole area? I was told once that their equip can pick up ground movement in all the near states. I don't know how to find this info, maybe someone else can look at their site - see if they can find any info and compare it to what the WI Geologists have. What about Argonne labs, also?
(Note on the above - I did look at the Fermilab site, I can't seem to find this info. Punched in 'earthquakes' as a search - but this brought up a bunch of Google results and various papers. I do not know how to find their recent seismic data. Maybe someone better versed at these things can try.)