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Whistle-blower: There Is Something Wrong With Earth’s Core! (2015)

March 6, 2015 Comments off

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Dead Birds Mysteriously Fall From Sky in Tennessee

March 6, 2015 Comments off

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Dead birds on the ground are never a good sign. If they’re dead before they hit the ground, it’s probably worse. Police and wildlife official in Spring Hill, Tennessee, are trying to figure how a road there ended up covered with dead birds – some apparently split in half before smashing into the asphalt.

Up to 100 dead birds were found by local Spring Hill residents on the afternoon of February 28 on Northfield Lane in Maury County. The police were called and were followed by officials from the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency who picked up some of the dead birds and took them back to the lab. The officials noted that some of the birds were “split open” and “they have never seen

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And there shall be signs in the Sun, Moon, and Stars – 2012

March 1, 2012 Comments off

Luke 12:56 (KJV) Ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the sky and of the earth; but how is it that ye do not discern this time?

MATTHEW 24-8 (KJV) All these are the beginning of sorrows.

Repent of your sins and come to Christ, the Kingdom of God is near!!!

Mysterious ‘Booming Sounds’ Heard Around World Perplex Scientists

September 15, 2011 1 comment
Perseid meteor shower amateur photoBrian Emfinger photographed this early Perseid meteor shower fireball, with a smoke trail, from Ozark, Arkansas just after midnight on Sunday, July 26, 2009. CREDIT: Brian Emfinger, used with permission (more photos: http://www.realclearwx.com).

Mysterious booming sounds are occasionally heard on the North Carolina coast, often powerful enough to rattle windows and doors. They cannot be explained by thunderstorms or any manmade sources — their source is a mystery.

Such dins are not unique to North Carolina or the modern age. People living near Seneca Lake in upstate New York have long known of similar booming sounds, which they called “Seneca guns.” In coastal Belgium, they are known as “mistpouffers,” or fog belches; in the Ganges delta and the Bay of Bengal, “Bansal guns;” in the Italian Apennines, “brontidi,” or thunder-like; and by the Harami people of Shikoku, Japan, “yan.”

“What’s going on is an interesting challenge, whatever it might be,” said seismologist David Hill, scientist emeritus at the U.S. Geological Survey office in Menlo Park, Calif.

Long list of explanations

A host of plausible explanations may now exist for these enigmas, including Read more…

Mystery Boom Shakes Northeast Philly NBC Philadelphia4

May 28, 2011 2 comments

Loud booms reported in southwestern Ohio and Indiana

February 12, 2011 8 comments

Many people this morning were awakened to the sound of a loud boom and shaking of their homes across southwestern Ohio and parts of Indiana.  Several reports were made to the Darke County Sheriff’s office, and others have commented that it was heard and felt in Xenia, Beavercreek, and Fairborn.  The sounds reported vary from around midnight to around 7:30 am, many people saying that it felt and sounded as though something had hit their house.

According to the DCS, earthquakes, blown transformers, gas explosions, and sonic booms from jets have all been ruled out, and they are coordinating with the Ohio Emergency Management to try to find an explanation for the boom.  Geological experts in Columbus, along with various departments in Indiana, are working hard as well to get to the bottom of this mystery.

There has also been one report of a bright blue flash being seen going across the sky from Arcanum at approximately 4:45 am.  Are the two related?  I think so. Read more…