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Strange phenoma in Southern Uruguay - Feb 15 ("skyquake"???)

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Strange phenoma in Southern Uruguay - Feb 15 ("skyquake"???)

Unread postby Isard » Tue Feb 16, 2010 10:26 am

Hi people,

Yesterday, about 6:00 - 6:30 local time, some explosion-like noises were heard and reported, mainly coastal areas of Canelones departement, and Montevideo (capital city). I did not personally heard those noises, as I have air conditionning at home and sleep with all the windows closed.

There were hundreds of reports to the Uruguayan Air Force, Meteorological Service, Firemen, etc.

I have not found anything about this in English, so here's the a local information link I've found:

This is from an internet portal, broadly known locally:

This is from the largest sold newspaper in Uruguay:
http://www.elpais.com.uy/100216/ultmo-4 ... eorologico

The last description for the phenomena, given by one of the TV meteo reporters, is that it was a "cielomoto" ("skyquake" in English).

It seems obvious to me some Governements (not only US Govt) are testing technologies we already mentioned in this forum (ionospheric heaters, etc). It's getting too dangerous...

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Re: Strange phenoma in Southern Uruguay - Feb 15 ("skyquake"???)

Unread postby socrates » Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:16 am

It sounds like it was probably sonic booms generated by military aircraft.

Here's an example in English.


I googled skyquakes. The following webpage has a lot of copy and pastes of news articles. The website in general may be a kooky one, but I haven't looked into it. Now in regards to the earthquake lights and other strange colours showing up in the skies, those could very well be a result of HAARP. What got me to believing that HAARP is used for weather modification is not just because it's mentioned in patents. It makes sense to me that for "chemtrails" to spread the way weather scientists would like them to, relying on wind patterns wouldn't seem to be enough to do that efficiently.


In one article, it's mentioned that such sounds have been reported as early as 1850. So another possibility I read is that it could be meteors flying in breaking sound barriers or something crazy beyond my limited science knowledge to understand. Hope this helped. Thanks for posting. Mi casa es su casa.
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