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Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA

 
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Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
Booming has been heard for weeks in this area, cause unknown. Found this interesting with all the attention on a possible large quake coming for CA.


[link to sacramento.cbslocal.com]
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
The comments on the article are worth a read, at least. Discussions of bunkers and government coverups. Several people have stated in the comments they are hearing these booms frequently in the Gulf states, too. I hadn't heard this before....can anyone confirm this?
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
there is a 'clue' in the video what it is
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
yeah this is top rt hand column of Drudge now. Some of the comments threw me because some said they'd heard it for decades. Then I'm thinking - well - really - I don't think people there are so stupid they JUST decided to do a story on it and start reporting/complaining about it.

My conclusion is that some people actually heard sonic booms or mining explosions years ago and they are just writing off the people who are hearing/feeling something now. Just another example of normalcy bias.

I would be interested if Gulf States people are also hearing this like OP asked. Sometime this website doesn't 'come through' on the subjects you'd think it would. I mean, the recipe for artisan bread was the top thread for awhile tonight instead of this. No offense, I enjoyed that thread, but this is certainly more up GLP'ers alley I would have thought.
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
and wasn't there a thread the other night about booms in San Diego area - that most people scoffed at cuz they are near a military base? Then again, this whole thing might be military stuff preparing for martial law or riot control.
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
yeah this is top rt hand column of Drudge now. Some of the comments threw me because some said they'd heard it for decades. Then I'm thinking - well - really - I don't think people there are so stupid they JUST decided to do a story on it and start reporting/complaining about it.

My conclusion is that some people actually heard sonic booms or mining explosions years ago and they are just writing off the people who are hearing/feeling something now. Just another example of normalcy bias.

I would be interested if Gulf States people are also hearing this like OP asked. Sometime this website doesn't 'come through' on the subjects you'd think it would. I mean, the recipe for artisan bread was the top thread for awhile tonight instead of this. No offense, I enjoyed that thread, but this is certainly more up GLP'ers alley I would have thought.
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I agree. I'm really surprised this thread this take off with all the interest in the booms and earthquake focus in Cali. I guess the title I used didn't scream doom porn enough?

Does anyone in the Gulf states hear these noises? I am about an hour away from the Clintonville booms. I heard the booming back in the spring, too. Late last week my daughter and I heard what sounded like loud rolling thunder. I looked up radar even though it was sunny..l.the noise was so loud I was sure we had a severe storm headed for us. Nothing. We live in a quiet residential area and no trucks are doing construction right now. Still have no idea what I heard.
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
I live in Arkansas and have heard nothing.
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
yeah this is top rt hand column of Drudge now. Some of the comments threw me because some said they'd heard it for decades. Then I'm thinking - well - really - I don't think people there are so stupid they JUST decided to do a story on it and start reporting/complaining about it.

My conclusion is that some people actually heard sonic booms or mining explosions years ago and they are just writing off the people who are hearing/feeling something now. Just another example of normalcy bias.

I would be interested if Gulf States people are also hearing this like OP asked. Sometime this website doesn't 'come through' on the subjects you'd think it would. I mean, the recipe for artisan bread was the top thread for awhile tonight instead of this. No offense, I enjoyed that thread, but this is certainly more up GLP'ers alley I would have thought.
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I haven't heard anything around here.



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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
Bump with link to current earthquake activity in California. I've been tracking this for a while now, and that is a huge uptick in activity. Granted, they are all small, but that is one serious swarm!

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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Re: Booms heard in El Dorado County, CA
I heard some weird booms and rumblings last night in South Sacramento. Not sure what it was.