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A small city known for its fire truck plant was thrust into the national spotlight last month when residents were rattled from their beds by a mysterious booming noise from the ground.
What's the latest on the booms?
We started in the first three days not knowing anything and that's what drew a lot of the attention — the mystery behind it. On the fourth day, Thursday of that first week, the U.S. Geological Survey called us and said we did in fact have an earthquake. That is officially what those booms were caused by.
Are most Clintonville residents convinced this is earthquake activity?
More people believe than don't believe. Some are still skeptical and say it's something else. We've tried very hard to be completely honest, and put out everything we know. We have no reason to hide anything, or cover anything up. What we know the public knows.
Are there other any thoughts this could be linked to booms in other parts of the state?
We have not specifically talked to officials in Baraboo or Montello, but I think there's certainly reason to believe they may be experiencing the same earth fracturing, rock-adjusting noises.
Originally posted by survival
Well the axis of the earth is shifting little by little - there is scientific data on this (sorry not gonna link things right now i have a busy life)
This could be what people are feeling/sensing/hearing, OR it could be a prerequisite to a Big big big event. Huge apocolyptic (changing) events always have celestial signs prior to them. Will something happen? Can't say I'm not a seer.
In astronomy, axial precession is a gravity-induced, slow and continuous change in the orientation of an astronomical body's rotational axis. In particular, it refers to the gradual shift in the orientation of Earth's axis of rotation, which, like a wobbling top, traces out a pair of cones joined at their apices in a cycle of approximately 26,000 years  (called a Great or Platonic Year in astrology). The term "precession" typically refers only to this largest secular motion; other changes in the alignment of Earth's axis — nutation and polar motion — are much smaller in magnitude.