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Planet X: BOOMS Increase

    Increasingly as the pole shift nears, the Earth will give
    evidence of the compression and tension in her surface
    by what humans will perceive to be sonic booms. The
    mechanism is in fact the same, clapping air masses, the
    same mechanism that produces thunder. Where thunder
    is caused by air masses separated by what is essentially
    a vacuum created by the superheating lightning bolt, and
    where sonic booms are caused by a compressed air mass
    pushed in front of the plane exploding back to equalize
    with the thin air mass trailing the plane, pre-cataclysm
    booms are caused by heaving in large bodies of water.
    Earthquakes where plates are compressing are measured
    by humans as the friction causes jolting, but for every
    compression adjustment there is, somewhere, a widening
    in a rift. Most often these rifts lie underwater, as water fills
    low lying places. A widening rift does not jolt the bordering
    plates, it is a silent adjustment. However, the sea water
    rushing to fill the new void has an effect on the air masses
    above, creating a thin air mass and causing the air on all
    sides of this thin air space to rush in, and clap!
        ZetaTalk™, Booms

Explosive Sound Shatters Quiet of Bloomville
Toledo Blade, Jan 4, 2000

    Some residents here were ready to change their town's
    name to "BOOMville" early yesterday. A mysterious
    explosion shook the Seneca County village and startled
    residents just after midnight. So far, the cause of the boom
    is unexplained. Officials are investigating. Ear witnesses
    said the night was quiet when suddenly - Ka-Boom! - a
    single explosion was felt and heard by residents within a
    mile-wide circle. Resident Nicole Phillips said it rattled
    her whole house.

Neighborhood Rattled By Explosion (in Canton, Ohio)
By Lori Monsewicz, Repository, April 29, 2000

    On Friday afternoon, neighbors still didn't know the
    source of the noise, and neither did police ... Residents
    there said electric company employees called by police
    came out and checked a nearby transformer located on a
    utility pole at the intersection, but detected no trouble.
    The homes sustained no outages.

Mysterious Boom Shakes West Georgia
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, August 3, 1999

    Residents in four counties along the Georgia-Alabama
    border were startled by a loud boom and ground tremor
    for which officials have been unable to determine a
    source. The disturbance was reported ...  in Georgia's
    Heard and Troup counties and in Alabama's Chambers
    and Randolph counties, according to law enforcement
    dispatchers who received a flood of 911 calls. The area
    is about 70 miles southwest of Atlanta. ... The Georgia
    Emergency Management Agency dispatched a team to
    the area this morning to see if there was any damage,
    said spokeswoman Pamela Swanson. She said the
    earthquake lab at Georgia Tech would try to determine
    the cause of the boom. The National Earthquake
    Information Center in Golden, Colo., said it recorded
    no abnormal seismic activity in the area Monday night.