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Subject New Madrid area is now getting hit by Mysterious booms with earthquakes next to them.. following the course of history but MSM blames it on ICE!
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Feels sometimes like I'm in the Matrix twilight zone wondering how more people aren't seeing these things...

Okay here's the updated map of Mysterious booms reported by news (plotted on blue) & earthquakes (per usgs) plotted in red from a little over past 2 months:

updatedboommap

I've went through what's been going on recently exposing the BS.


Thread: The Mysterious Booms cover up exposed! What USGS & the MSM news does NOT want you to know!
Thread: Earthquakes hitting where Mysterious Booms have been reported by news now reaches 13 states in past 2 months, latest earthquake by New York City!

But now it's hitting New Madrid area so I'll get to the new info.


"ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI)– The intense cold may be causing problems you`ve never heard of, but they’re hearing them loud and clear in St. Francois County.
People across St. Francois County heard similar things in Bonne Terre, Park Hills, Farmington and Ter du Lac"
[link to fox2now.com]

On the map above I plotted one of the towns listed "Bonne Terre" in blue in Eastern Missouri.

Bare in mind, the news report was from 2/3/14
On 2/3/14 this earthquake hit.

newmadridquake
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

The earthquake hit about 15 miles NW of the booms reported by the news blamed on ice.

Now here's a newspaper article from the The St. Louis Republic., November 05, 1903

boomsarticle2
[link to chroniclingamerica.loc.gov]

Booms preceding earthquakes has evidence throughout history, especially for this very area.

So what about these ice quakes????
Now supposedly in Missouri.

Well they first supposedly occurred in Canada, and I've got some quotes about them as well:

Even within that excuse hints HAVE BEEN GIVEN:


"A cryoseism, also known as a frost quake, is so rare in the Greater Toronto Area that 30-year weather veteran and Environment Canada meteorologist Geoff Coulson hadn't dealt with the phenomenon until local reports started coming in on Christmas Day.
"They are incredibly rare," he said in an interview on Dec. 30."
[link to www.durhamregion.com]

"Cryoseisms are very locally felt," said Dr. Jon Ebel, senior research scientist at Weston Observatory at Boston College. "Just a few miles away, people won’t notice it. But people right next to it will feel it."
[link to www.weather.com]

"However, it doesn't explain why many of the reports come around the same time across a wide area. And why is this one of the first times this has been widely reported across southern Ontario when we are no stranger to the ups and downs of temperatures?"

[link to globalnews.ca]


Frost quakes are explained as "extremely rare", "very locally felt" and wouldn't explain it occurring "across a wide area around the same time".
In the Missouri Booms, multiple towns were listed across an entire county that in itself isn't "very locally felt".
I'm sure you get the idea.



Also reported on the 4th more booms in Northeast Missouri:

"As it turned out, I was not the only person to hear the sound. Mike Hall, director of Marion County 911, reports that agency received over a dozen calls from Marion and Ralls counties Sunday night from people who either heard a loud boom or felt what they believed was something striking their residence."
[link to www.hannibal.net]


In western Kentucky... New Madrid area booms have been hitting there as well:

LEDBETTER, Ky. - A series of 'loud booms' late on Saturday night have been a cause for concern for local communities.
[link to www.wpsdlocal6.com]

Unexplained "booms" leaving local neighborhoods shaken
For the past two days in a row, people in the Local 6 area have reported hearing loud, jolting booms.
...people who say they have all heard and felt the same thing in counties across western Kentucky and southern Illinois. Public safety officials are trying to figure out what's causing the noise while people brace themselves for the next big boom. "
"It just shook this whole neighborhood and shook all these houses. In here, stuff rattled on the shelves."
[link to www.wpsdlocal6.com]

There was an earthquake just a few miles few of Ledbetter Kentucky a few days later: [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

All seen on here:

updatedboommap

Below will be the complete list of booms reported by the news with earthquakes that hit near them as seen in the image above:

Sanger, Texas Booms
[link to www.dentonrc.com]

Azle, Texas Booms
[link to keranews.org]

Denton, Texas Booms
[link to www.dentonrc.com]

Marietta, Oklahoma Booms
[link to www.eenews.net]

Earthquakes nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

Rogers County, Oklahoma Booms
[link to www.newson6.com]
[link to www.newson6.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Springfield, Missouri Booms
[link to www.ky3.com]
[link to www.jrn.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

St. Francois County, Missouri Booms
[link to fox2now.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Jeffersonville, Kentucky Booms
[link to www.wkyt.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

Ledbedder, Kentucky booms Booms
[link to www.wpsdlocal6.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Morristown, Tennessee Booms
[link to www.citizentribune.com]

Earthquakes nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

Rome, Georgia Booms
[link to www.northwestgeorgianews.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

Franklin, Georgia Booms
Jackson, Georgia Booms
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

Earthquakes nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

Summerville, South Carolina Booms
[link to www.counton2.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Middlebury, Vermont Booms
[link to www.addison-eagle.com]

Earthquake-nearby
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

Bronx, New York Booms
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

Earthquake nearby- YES by NYC!
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Stonington, Connecticut Booms
[link to www.nbcconnecticut.com]
[link to www.nbcconnecticut.com]

Earthquakes nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]

Cranston, Rhode Island Booms
[link to cranston.patch.com]
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]
[link to cranstononline.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Dover, Pennsylvania Booms
[link to www.yorkblog.com]
Wellsville, Pennsylvania booms
LINK in video, not allowed on GLP

Earthquake nearby-
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Chesterfield, Virginia Booms
Amelia, Virginia Booms
[link to wtvr.com]

Earthquake nearby-
[link to comcat.cr.usgs.gov]


The point of this thread is to show, again even further now that these booms are being covered up. blamed in fireworks, ice, target shooting etc etc.. even though earthquakes are hitting near right where the reports are coming out of and that it's historical fact booms can be geological and have a connection to earthquakes.


I'll leave the rest of this thread to the historical information which I've covered previously.. but it might be new to some:

What does history tell us about Mysterious Booms?
It's a history USGS and the news doesn't want you to know about.


Lets take USGS and a statement made by them on South Carolina booms.. then stack it up against history and evidence to see if it's accurate.
If not, then WHY aren't we being told the real story.

Here's a screenshot and link below

usgsboomlies
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

What's important to note here is what USGS wants you to believe, that there is no mention or evidence of "loud sounds, detonations, booms" that preceded the great 1886 Charleston, South Carolina earthquake.

So lets see how that statement stacks up against history.

Here's a piece from a 1979 issue of Science Magazine titled, "Natural explosive noises".
In which they go into South Carolina specifically.

Screenshot and link to source below:

boomscarolina
sciencemagbooms
[link to worldtracker.org]

For at least 18 months before that earth-
quake there were heard scores of dull
booming noises, many accompanied by
shocks, near the town of Ninety-Six in
western South Carolina;(32). Re-
ports of these explosive sounds were
even published 3 months before the great
earthquake
(33)


Science magazine went into multiple pieces of evidence stating how booms PRECEDED the earthquake, including published 3 month before the earthquake!!!
Plus they show the sources to everything as well.

That should be obvious enough for you but lets go one step further.
Being USGS said there was little mention and evidence of these sounds preceding/occurring before the event.. I went into newspaper archives to see if talk of preceding booms made the papers long long ago.

Incredible !
Links will be below each screenshot

The Anderson intelligencer., September 30, 1896
boomarticle
[link to chroniclingamerica.loc.gov]



The Laurens advertiser., December 01, 1896

boomarticle3
[link to chroniclingamerica.loc.gov]

The people's journal., December 03, 1896
boomarticle4
[link to chroniclingamerica.loc.gov]


The Anderson intelligencer., September 30, 1896
boomarticle1800s
[link to chroniclingamerica.loc.gov]

The St. Louis Republic., November 05, 1903
Found this in my search as well... "sounds" preceding shocks, followed the course of the great shakes of 1811-1812 for the New Madrid quake

boomsarticle2
[link to chroniclingamerica.loc.gov]


Science magazine wrote about it, it's also in newspaper archives that can be found about BOOMS THAT PRECEDED THE SOUTH CAROLINA EARTHQUAKE!
But USGS doesn't want to you know about that per their statements, they state the opposite in fact.


Precursory Booms leading up to geological upheaval wasn't limited to just South Carolina and New Madrid.


Booms leading up to the 8.1 earthquake in Assam 1897:

historalbooms1

The 7.8 earthquake in San Francisco of 1906 is well known but what isn't is that rumbling noises preceded that earthquake as well:
boomssanfran

and yet another such occurrence preceding the Caldiran-Muradiye 7.3 earthquake of 1976:

boomscaldiran

All this can be found in the Science magazine article I mentioned earlier.
[link to worldtracker.org]


So now it's clear...
Why doesn't USGS bring up all these facts and historical evidence????
Why doesn't the main stream news at least as an option point these booms as geological being there's lots of evidence including historically?????


You be the judge

don't forget this from over two months ago either:
Thread: The Earth Booms & strange sounds are coming + New Madrid earthquake uptick! Based on previous accurate booms forecast!

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