Re: Sky-Quakes....? here is an article about sonic booms

Message posted by Aaron Johnson on October 07, 2001 at 16:18:39 PST:

Article from Although not buying his thesis for the booms either!.

1991: A series of unusual sonic booms were detected in Southern California, beginning in mid to late 1991. On at least five occasions, these sonic booms were recorded by at least 25 of the 220 US Geological Survey sensors across Southern California used to pinpoint earthquake epicenters. The incidents were recorded in June, October, November, and late January 1991. Seismologists estimate that the aircraft were flying at speeds between Mach 3 and 4 and at altitudes of 8 to 10 kilometers. The aircraft's flight path was in a north-northeast direction, consistent with flight paths to secret test ranges in Nevada. Seismologists say that the sonic booms were characteristic of a smaller vehicle than the 37 meter long shuttle orbiter. Furthermore, neither the shuttle nor NASA's single SR-71B was operating on the days the booms were registered.

In Reply to: Re: Sky-Quakes....?some of U guys sure are a sleep! posted by Aaron Johnson on October 07, 2001 at 16:01:24 PST:


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