Mystery boom heard across San Diego USGS says it wasn't an earthquake

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    Amysterious boom was felt and heard by residents in some parts of San Diego and the surrounding areas on Wednesday, according to reports.

    Mystery boom heard across San Diego, USGS Says it wasn't an earthquake
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    Sounds about right ........... they wouldn't tell you even if they did know .......
     
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    been through lots of quakes,never heard any go boom....
     
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    It's the home to more than a dozen naval bases.

    They have lots of things that go boom.
     
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    Well Gavin Newsom will not be able to convince Californians to go along with the global warming narrative if it keeps on having a wet season. And so they better blow away those storm clouds.


    Winter Storm Brings Rain, Snow to Southern California; SR-2 Closed West of Wrightwood


    detonating up to ten H-bombs in the Arctic Ocean; decreasing world temperature by launching powder into an equatorial orbit to shade the Earth and make it look somewhat like Saturn and its rings; and notably, destroying all stratospheric ozone above the Arctic circle using a relatively small amount of a catalytic agent such as chlorine or bromine. Wexler was interested in both inadvertent climate modification, such as might be created by rocket exhaust gases or other pollution, and purposeful effects, whether peaceful or hostile. So remember it was Wexler, about 50 years ago, who first claimed climate control was “respectable.”4 The stratospheric ozone story is also very significant, given that the received history of ozone depletion dates only to the 1970s and certainly does not include Wexler’s role. http://www.colby.edu/sts/wexlerozone.pdf



     

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