Sunday, November 1, 2015

November 2 2015 Sonic Boom? Entire House Shook


Event happened around midnight.

Something just happened. The entire house shook twice. I called the police and they attributed it to an earthquake and said they were getting many calls. I am from California and I can tell you that was not like any earthquake I've ever experienced.

Something strange is afoot.


6 comments:

  1. This is a little ot but more concentrated isotopes like strontium and cesium can generate a lot of heat
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioisotope_thermoelectric_generator
    as evidences by the thousand or more rpg generators spread across russia kazakstan and siberia.

    It also means that a blob of concentrated isotopes in the pacific are probably generating heat. the new enenews article proves there are more fuku radioisoptopes than we can imagine.

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  2. hi... you have a very super interesting blog... would like to know if you maintain a twitter / facebook profile that would be easy to share?

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    1. Thanks Ron

      I'm not very active with social media but am trying to increase twitter and google activity when posting longer blog entries.

      I have a facebook entry but am notoriously bad at updating it.

      You can see my professional profile here:
      https://webapp4.asu.edu/directory/person/69166

      Although, keep in mind that I'm not representing the university in any way in my blog, which is a private enterprise.

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    2. One more link. here is my academia edu profile, where I often upload presentations

      https://asu.academia.edu/majianadesan

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