Aux USA et ailleurs on rapporte des grands booms depuis hier, il y a des tonnes de témoignages sur godlikeproductions en provenance de Floride, Alabama, Texas, Californie, South Jersey, Oregon, Ohio ....
Pour le New Jersey il y aurait ca à priori comme explication: N.J. military base warns of 'possible ground shaking' booms from Marine range training NJ.com mais apparemment le phénomène est général, et pourrait etre d'origine tectonique.
J'ai vu hier ici le fameux effet arc en ciel qui précède certains tremblements de terre comme en Chine en 2008 (911nwo) et comme c'était le 8.3 et que 8+3 ca fait 11 ...
Un billet assez long sur GLP (pas le temps de tout trier):
Indo-Australian plate adjustments = LARGE Quakes in lower Americas within days, now 6 times in a row! Crustal displacement sequence evident!
Interessant aussi, la corrélation entre les bruits et les seismes:
Historical booms and "strange sounds" from the 1800s and 1900s. They precede geological upheaval!
Des nouvelles du soleil:
The calm before the solar storm? NASA warns 'something unexpected is happening to the Sun'
'Sunspot numbers are well below their values from 2011, and strong solar flares have been infrequent,' the space agency says.
The image above shows the Earth-facing surface of the Sun on February 28, 2013, as observed by the Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) on NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
It observed just a few small sunspots on an otherwise clean face, which is usually riddled with many spots during peak solar activity.
Experts have been baffled by the apparent lack of activity - with many wondering if NASA simply got it wrong.
However, Solar physicist Dean Pesnell of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center believes he has a different explanation.
'This is solar maximum,' he says.
'But it looks different from what we expected because it is double-peaked.'
'The last two solar maxima, around 1989 and 2001, had not one but two peaks.'
Solar activity went up, dipped, then rose again, performing a mini-cycle that lasted about two years, he said.
Researchers have recently captured massive sunspots on the solar surface - and believed we should have seen more
The same thing could be happening now, as sunspot counts jumped in 2011 and dipped in 2012, he believes.
Pesnell expects them to rebound in 2013: 'I am comfortable in saying that another peak will happen in 2013 and possibly last into 2014.'
He spotted a similarity between Solar Cycle 24 and Solar Cycle 14, which had a double-peak during the first decade of the 20th century.
If the two cycles are twins, 'it would mean one peak in late 2013 and another in 2015'.