Would the Zetas be interested in saying something about what happened in New Jersey yesterday? I find it very interesting that it is getting so much press and the people are not accepting the establishment explanations. [and from another] http://6abc.com/news/navy-says-flight-testing-may-have-resulted-in-... A Navy spokeswoman says an F-35C and F-18 from Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, were conducting supersonic testing off the coast [Jan 28] afternoon. The F-35C has a top speed of nearly 1,200 mph. Residents reported hearing loud booms and feeling the ground and buildings shake. The booms were heard as far away as Connecticut. Navy spokeswoman Connie Hempel said supersonic tests flights are done almost daily in the same area but that most sonic booms aren't felt on land. They are conducted offshore in an area called the Test Track, parallel to the coast of the Delmarva Peninsula which is occupied by Delaware, Maryland and Viriginia. [and from another] https://twitter.com/USGS But seems like the "Noise" from the Sonic Boom is missing from the "People Reports" … I hear the war games at the base every time they do it. I surely should have heard a sonic boom. … Earthquakes rumble, sometimes loudly, but window-rattling booms - multiple times - are not what happens! … Explain to us how 1 sonic boom can cause 6 tremors over 30 minutes from #nj to #ct and I'll believe you. … I live right by the base - no jets flying around and no sonic boom noise. … Why did one sonic boom create reports of six distinct tremors over hours? And why didn't Hammontonians feel it if that was location? [and from another] http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us20004vbk#general... [and from another] http://abcnews4.com/news/local/did-you-feel-it-charleston-social-me... The rumbling and shaking heard across the Lowcountry [Jan 26] afternoon may have come from a group of F-18s on a training run creating a sonic boom. The rumbling and shaking heard across the Lowcountry [Jan 26] afternoon may have come from a group of F-18s on a training run creating a sonic boom. Mysterious shaking in New Jersey [Jan 28] sent Twitter users into a frenzy over concerns of an earthquake. [and from another]http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2016/01/earthquake-type_shakin... Residents of New York and New Jersey experienced "earthquake-type" shaking multiple times [Jan 28]. Others felt the ground shake around 1:30, 2, 2:15 and 2:25 pm.
It is no coincidence that a notable quake at Gibraltar on January 25 traveled across the Atlantic to create booms and “earthquake-type” shaking multiple times, over many hours, on January 26 and January 28. What struck New Jersey was not sonic booms from military training runs that are reportedly done almost daily. Nor did the booms heard from Connecticut down along the East Coast to Georgia result from sonic booms off the coast of New Jersey. This is snapping rock, caused by the Atlantic pulling apart. Africa rolled, the Atlantic at the western edge of the African Plate pulled open into a void, and New Jersey lost elevation and support, drooping, as a result.