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Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
THE TRUTH BE TOLD
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12-10-2011 11:13 PM

 



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Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
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About 60 people throughout New Jersey this morning reported to the U.S. Geological Service they felt an earthquake, but seismometers stationed around the state did not pick up anything, a geophysicist said.
"It's not an earthquake," said geophysicist John Bellini, speaking from the U.S. Geological Service's Colorado office. "My guess would be it's more likely thunder or sonic boom."


http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/12...ng_ea.html

Sonic boom my ass.

There was a similar news report that some prison in California was sinking due to an earthquake again not detected by USGS.

http://www.kionrightnow.com/story/155185...ounty-jail

Must be some kind of underground explosion or secret tests going on...?
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12-10-2011 11:16 PM

 



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RE: Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
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dissonant Cog
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12-10-2011 11:26 PM

 



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RE: Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
Hi, the prison subsidence was before Sep 21, 2011

was there a patern to the 60 witnesses ?

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12-10-2011 11:28 PM

 



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RE: Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
THE TRUTH BE TOLD  Wrote: (12-10-2011 11:13 PM)
About 60 people throughout New Jersey this morning reported to the U.S. Geological Service they felt an earthquake, but seismometers stationed around the state did not pick up anything, a geophysicist said.
"It's not an earthquake," said geophysicist John Bellini, speaking from the U.S. Geological Service's Colorado office. "My guess would be it's more likely thunder or sonic boom."


http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/12...ng_ea.html

Sonic boom my ass.

There was a similar news report that some prison in California was sinking due to an earthquake again not detected by USGS.

http://www.kionrightnow.com/story/155185...ounty-jail

Must be some kind of underground explosion or secret tests going on...?

Seismometers are extraordinarily sensitive, so this must have been some type of very localized event.
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12-10-2011 11:35 PM

 



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RE: Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
Don't worry it's just that the troglodytes tribes are currently at war.
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12-10-2011 11:56 PM

 



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RE: Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
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12-11-2011 12:00 AM

 



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RE: Another secret underground explosion? NJ feels earthquake which USGS couldnt "detect"
Probably caused by giant Mutant Fukushima moles! doomed
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