Thursday, February 28, 2008

More On The Shaking

I talked to CERI (Center for Earthquake Research Institute) again today and the consensus is that the shaking was caused by a Sonic Boom from a military aircraft. While there was some quarry blasting occurring in Pocahontas, it would not explain the shaking occurring as far north as Cape Girardeau and as far south as Forrest City.


In case you are interested, here are some of the helicorder displays. The location is labeled in the upper-left corner of each graph. The green line represents the mysterious shaking. More helicorder displays can be found by clicking here. Click images to enlarge.





Interesting... Any other theories out there? And yes, we still believe that military chaff was dropped from the jets. The radar images support this theory. Chuck George at our sister-station, KOLD, says that this happens quite often in Arizona.


Have a great day,
Ryan

5 comments:

judy said...

It is very interesting if you google "military chaff" and see what other people are saying about it.

After reading and researching, I am wondering, is it really completely safe?

Anonymous said...

It's very interesting to note, that when going to the link on "sonic booms", noise is always associated with a "sonic boom".

I know several people in the different areas that felt the shaking, and no one heard a sonic boom.

That answer does not satisfy my curiosity, I honestly believe there must be another theory.

I'm looking in the direction of Tesla technology/man-made earthquakes. Google that and see what you find.

Ryan said...

Actually, we now have reports of 6 military jets in the area.

Despite what is on the internet... and the connections to the theory of "chemtrails" and such... I honestly believe the chaff is safe.

Bigfoot said...

Sasquatch.

Anonymous said...

Check out this story about silent supersonic jets:

http://www.cnn.com/2007/TECH/02/16/quiet.supersonic/index.html?eref=sitesearch