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#1 MoonChild


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Posted 17 April 2006 - 10:14 AM

Officials said there was no definite evidence to link the blast about 8:55 a.m. to atmospheric conditions, earthquakes, sonic booms or explosions from artillery training at Camp Pendleton.

"We really don't have anything to confirm the cause," said Stephen Rea, emergency services coordinator for San Diego County's Office of Emergency Services. "There was no damage throughout the county."

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Posted 17 April 2006 - 11:56 AM



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Posted 22 April 2006 - 12:58 PM

It is very interesting... We had the same thing happen to us in 1999.

On Sunday, January 10, 1999, dozens of people in Fairfield, Ohio (population 39, 729), a small city on Route 127 approximately 18 miles (28 kilometers) north of Cincinnati, heard a stunning and mysterious explosive sound.
The story was reported by newscaster Laura Randall on Channel 9, WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, that evening.

"Ms. Jenny Morgan of Fairfield 'reported that she had heard something similar to a shotgun sound.'"

"A second resident told of suspecting someone had thrown 'snowballs' at her house, while a third person described what they thought was a supersonic crash."

"At least 13 callers (to Channel 9) reported suspicious and frightening noises."

The sound was "attributed to 'ice heaving' or 'frost cracking'" by representatives of the National Weather Service at Wilmington, Ohio.

"Prof. Kenneth Hinkle, a geologist at the University of Cincinnati, refuted the 'frost-cracking' theory and said "such explanations are not workable in this instance."

"'In the high Arctic, frost-cracking resembles a sharp snap similar to a rifle report, which can be felt,' Hinkle told the newscast."

A WCPO reporter summed it up: "We are left with an unsolved mystery." (Many thanks to Kenneth Young of Cincinnati UFO Research for this news story.)

And if I am not mistaken, the same thing has happened to Australia too. http://www.uq.edu.au...s/?article=2181

Too much of a coincidence?? Hmmm...
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Posted 25 April 2006 - 07:49 PM

Here where I live, we have mysterious flashes of light, with no possiblity of heat lightning. It lights up a good majority of the sky, and it's VERY fast.
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