Study attributes mysterious booms called "skyquakes" to celestial phenomena

8 days ago   |   By Natural News

Researchers suggest that mysterious booming noises called skyquakes are mainly caused by celestial phenomena, such as meteor explosions and supersonic aircraft zooming through the sky. Described as explosive booms rumbling in the distance, skyquakes are widely thought to originate from the sky. These mysterious booms are often reported in the eastern coast of the United States where...
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