Part 1: Mysterious Booms Provoke American Businessman to Investigate Possible Link to Earth’s Core

“The dramatic changes in physical properties at the Earth's Core Mantle Boundary strongly suggest a major compositional change rather than a phase change.   … In contrast to the outer core, the inner core is denser than pure iron, so it is  thought to be iron-nickel without a light element. Thus it is chemically different  from the outer core, as well as being solid rather than liquid.”

- Seth Stein, Ph.D., Geophysicist, Northwestern University lecture

 JustPGHNews.com, about three large, unexplained booms over Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania, Sunday night, March 15, 2015, about fifteen miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
JustPGHNews.com, about three large, unexplained booms over Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania, Sunday night, March 15, 2015, about fifteen miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
Three years to the day earlier: March 15, 2012, TV headline by News4Jax.com, Jacksonville, Florida, about booms heard in 5 Georgia counties at the same time.
Three years to the day earlier: March 15, 2012, TV headline by News4Jax.com, Jacksonville, Florida, about booms heard in 5 Georgia counties at the same time.

March 27, 2015 Southeastern United States - Earthfiles has been reporting unusual, unexplained loud booms, metallic and trumpet sounds in North America and other parts of the world since 2011. One of the puzzling facts is that very few places have had any seismic activity recorded by the U. S. Geological Survey. And yet, the thousands of people throughout North America, who have experienced the booms say that at least one side of their house shakes hard, rattling windows and floors and spooking dogs, cats and other animals. Adding to the puzzle is that some people think the booms are coming from below ground, while others think booms are coming from the sky above. Sometimes there have even been mysterious bright flashes of light with the booms on clear weather days or nights.

 

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