Saturday, June 09, 2012

‘Shaking Booms’ Snapped Trees in Half Days Before Indiana Radiation Incident

Mike Barrett
Saturday, June 9, 2012
It was recently reported that a rather significant, concerning, and mysterious spike in radiation occurred in the north Indiana / south Michigan area, causing widespread alarm throughout the nation. Not only are the reports of the radiation spike concerning in of itself, but the appearance of military helicopters, aircraft, and Department of Homeland Security hazmat fleets is also generating some raised eyebrows. Reports are continuously coming out updating on the event occurring throughout June 6-7, with locals reporting on a series of explosions, house-shaking rumbles, and even large trees being completely snapped in half on a clear day just days before.

The thunder-mimicking sound led some locals to believe that explosions took place in their own basements; planes breaking the sound barrier, earthquakes, and extremely powerful fireworks were ruled out – so what could it have been? Could the shakes and loud sounds have been a result of a terrible fracking incident? In the past fracking has caused concerning explosions both in Pennsylvania and Nixon.
As for the radiation spike reaching levels as much 7,139 CPM without warning, which is over the average of between 5 and 6, what could be the true cause? One network responsible for the increased level measurement went on record (after removing the live measurements abruptly) stating that it was a unknown fluke in the system of which the operators are unsure of the origin. Of course this would not make much sense as a number of different privately owned radiation measurement facilities had confirmed the readings — even some private enthusiasts. But let’s say that it was a fluke — why the sudden interest of military, government, and the abrupt eruption of unheard of ‘shaking booms’ rocking the incident zone?
It seems that extremely large amounts of radon is one possible answer, with high radon levels existing in St. Joseph County — the area in question.

The mainstream media and government organizations have decided to shy away from even examining any of the real aspects of this questionable event. In fact, the only stories out on the subject — outside of the reported interest of Al Jazeera on the subject — is that it was all a ‘system error’. There is no mention of the military vehicles, shaking booms disrupting 60 foot trees, or even the radon factor.
This article originally appeared at NaturalSociety.


Bob said...

As usual, I won't make an immediate comment since I have to research other references to dig a bit deeper into the subject at hand.

Seems this happens to me all too often on your posts.

This particular item may take weeks of digging. and by that time, everybody be miles away sniffing around another rabbit hole, and whatever comments I then have will be totally dated.


texlahoma said...

Bob - Seems you like to know what you're talking about, nothing wrong with that. More people should try it.

Bob said...

I have gathered a few so-so tidbits of information about all this:

-1) Typical frakking is too deep to cause all the ruckus. It would almost take a volcano - or a very obvious earthquake - to disturb the surface from those depths.

-2) The radiation? Nothing in nature has those sorts of levels.

What would meet all the criteria(along with the helicopters and hazmat fleets) would be an undergound nuclear burst that leaked radiation to the surface.

But who in hell would be exploding nukes in Nowhere, Indiana?

The underground nukes we tested in Nevada some years ago could create some pretty large caverns if they didn't collapse in the process. Explosions like that would for certain rattle the surface. They sometimes had a "blowback" up through the access shaft that didn't have enough rock and concrete to contain the blast. Those blowbacks contained high radiation levels.

Maybe the feds are creating very deep caverns for future shelters, or creating massive storage facilities for natural gas or crude oil.

Maybe they thought to try a nuke for some really serious frakking. I would not put it past those Washington idiots.

Somethings up, thats for sure.

Bob said...

What worries me about all this is the hot spot from the mantle centered in Yellowstone Park.

It may be causing earth movements and radiation leaks as indicated on that radon map all across the Northwest.

Geologists tell us the Yellowstones super volcano has erupted repeatedly on a 600,000 year cycle, and the last epuption was 630,000 years ago.

Just looking at that Radon map showing all those red spots across the Northwest is scary.

I believe something deep under the crust is stirring.

texlahoma said...

Bob - I've away from the internet for about 24 hours. I would say that there this should have shown up as an earthquake but it didn't. But who knows, they tried to hide the radiation, so maybe they hid the seismographic activity.

I have some catching up to do, I'll get back to you.

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