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Earthquakes and Sonic Booms

 
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05/08/2008 07:43 AM
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Earthquakes and Sonic Booms
Can anyone here tell me whether or not seismic activities are known to follow sonic booms, naturally?

The reason I ask, is because the other day when there was an 'earthquake' centered at Festus Missouri, a sonic boom proceeded the event. In one other instance, a sonic boom proceeded an earthquake in Alaska which I am aware of. Beyond that I have no information regarding relation of the sound and the event.

Is it common? Is it common just in modern times, or is there historical record of this as well?

Lastly, as it is public information that HAARP 'super heats' the upper atmosphere in doing whatever it is that it does, and that rapid expansion of air (through heating) can causes booms/thunder, how much correlation is commonly placed between HAARP, sonic booms and earthquakes?
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05/08/2008 08:08 AM
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Re: Earthquakes and Sonic Booms
Okay so earthquake booms are a result of scalar waves, which are produced when two electromagnetic waves are opposite, anti's of one another. That being said, I suppose the the earths poles and electromagnetic fields, which are ever changing, are related or the cause in general (assuming these events are natural). Occurrences should be infrequent, which they appear to be - up until now perhaps (with all the sonic booms being heard). Curious that it seems such events tended to be located at or near 'faults,' since such energy fluctuations should be capable of occurring at any geographical location regardless of whether or not a fault is present. Eh this is all very odd. There's so much to consider.

Anyhow, I now have my information...but thanks...I guess...
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Re: Earthquakes and Sonic Booms
OP, you ask very good questions to which hopefully some intelligent person will know the answer or at least have an educated guess.

I have personally heard sonic booms in my area with no adjoining seismic activity. All these have been within the last 2 or so months. I don't know what TPTA are up to, but it stinks.
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05/08/2008 08:21 AM
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Re: Earthquakes and Sonic Booms
OP, you ask very good questions to which hopefully some intelligent person will know the answer or at least have an educated guess.

I have personally heard sonic booms in my area with no adjoining seismic activity. All these have been within the last 2 or so months. I don't know what TPTA are up to, but it stinks.
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The data I went through seems to suggest that 'earthquake booms,' while classified as earthquakes themselves, don't always necessarily cause much if any shaking. Looks like such a boom could occur anywhere, with the cause independent of the of 'faults' themselves, and never be properly identified. As, in those instances, there was nothing but a boom caused by scaler waves. It could be detected and identified by certain equipment, but a human shouldn't be capable of determining whether or not it was a jet, explosion, or what have you. At least that's my interpretation of what I've read.

The question I'm wondering now is whether or not the booms people are hearing are scalar in nature and what the probability is that they're not natural occurrences.
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