posted on Mar, 2 2013 @ 09:38 AM
There is a problem..... There are extensive and very detailed reports from people ranging from Missouri to Ohio to Tennessee in 1810, 1811 and 1812.
The oddness of animals and other factors prior to the triple whammy of huge quakes on the New Madrid was very much noticed and well documented.
Nowhere in the stories I've read on the New Madrid quake series or the times leading up to it, have I seen reported of Booms in the sky which could
remotely relate to what people are hearing now.
Likewise, I've asked family that lived though the Saugus, California quake in Feb, 1971 and no one heard them there, either. I was actually watching
the game when the 1989 San Francisco quake hit (Loma Prieta Quake or just World Series Earthquake, as it's become known). There again, no big booms or
other oddness heard then or before it hit.
I have put extensive time into researching the noises though. That started back in the summer of 2011 when it really started becoming major and
continues as a side project of mine to this day. The reports are from all over the planet, and not focused or specific to any one area or even
continent. Antarctica is the only continent I've not recorded reports from ...and look at the population distribution. That's probably the only reason
it's not heard there, too. ........or if it's what I think it may be, in part, there is no reason to generate the noises on that icy wasteland.
Ultimately I think we're seeing and hearing evidence of man-made events. Digging ...in part but also above us. That is the most 'Buck Rogers' part, so
I'll leave it alone here.. but Nuclear Digging for fast and very extensive tunneling isn't theory. It was looked into extensively under the Atoms for
Peace initiatives in the 50's while hunting up happy uses for nuclear energy. I believe the plans for digging were dusted off a few years back. Like
moles, they've been hard at it since.
BTW... I'm kinda surprised it wasn't included on an OP with this title, but here is the USGS Quake Hazard survey map, world wide.
It's interesting to look at but more interesting to realize a good % of the noise reports come from 'white' areas, as well as the deepest red.
edit on 2-3-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)