Another weird atmospheric phenomenon occurred on November 2, 2017 in Mexico.
Residents of Tijuana and Mexicali started heard a loud boom, started feeling their homes shake and windows rattling. But there was no earthquake. So scientists are looking up to the sky… Again!
Suddenly, a loud boom shook homes and rattled windows across Tijuana and Mexicali, Mexico on November 2, 2017 at 11:56am (Pacific Time). But no earthquakes were recorded by seismographs in the area.
Interestingly, some loud booms also rattled San Diego a bit later (7pm) on the same day:
Definitely felt was seemed earthquake here east of San Diego, but it’s not on the USGS feeds. Sonic boom? Live fire at Camp Pendelton?
— Michael Eskin (@Seisiuneer) November 2, 2017
What’s going on in San Diego? Earthquake? Sonic Boom? Military test?
— Josh Barry (@barryjosh729) November 2, 2017
So what the heck in Mexico?
The official explanation is the following:
In English, it says: ‘We inform that the event occurred this morning at 11:56 a.m. Pacific Time, WAS NOT AN EARTHQUAKE. The sensors of the Seismic Network of the CICESE recorded vibrations that are believed to be related to a meteorological phenomenon generated when hot and cold air masses clash together. This violent collision can produces a BOOM that can make the windows vibrate. Analyses of seismic stations of Tijuana show that the event isn’t similar to an earthquake.‘
OFFICIALS have already used the same explanation (brutal clash between a cold and a warm front) to explain the mysterious apparition of light columns in the sky of Argentina on October 24, 2017:
Of course, residents are now questioning this OFFICIAL answer. There were also trainings at Camp Pendleton.
So what’s going on? Are they testing a new kind of weather weapon? In the mean time GET READY!