Message posted by mike on December 23, 2009 at 11:26:22 PST:
It happened again. An earthquake hit San Diego, but Scripps Institute later said it wasn't the earth shaking, it was a "compression wave originating one hundred miles off the coast." I have been living on the coast here for thirty years, between North Island Naval Air Station and Miramar, and I have heard dozens of sonic booms. This was no sonic boom. Fire Departments here evacuated engines, 911 was deluged with calls, it was far more dramatic, lasted much longer, and felt very different than a sonic boom. The same damn thing happened a couple years ago. Both times the military stated that they had no operations at the time, and they had no idea. Scripps said they had no idea what it was...could this be a flying vehicle nobody knows about, travelling at a "hyper velocity" to Nevada from the Pacific?