INDEX of NW Louisiana Explosion, Fireball Stories

The original report with many updates:

Northwest Louisiana Reporting Loud Boom, Shaking . . . Updated

That Loud Boom in NW Louisiana – an Overhead Airburst??

The Nuke Waste That’s Stored in the Salt Dome Where the Fireball, Booming Happened

3 Video Reports About the Blast in NW Louisiana – Train Also Blew Up

NW Louisiana Explosions – Oddities < includes  related events outside Louisiana

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5 thoughts on “INDEX of NW Louisiana Explosion, Fireball Stories

    • and that train doesn’t look like a regualr train … mis-matched boxcars and flatcars. It looks a LOT like the “white train” no-nuke protesters target that carry nuke fuel.

  1. This could have something to do with the booms. It is as good as any of the explanations I have heard.

    There are some viable answers to those strange sounds in the sky. Researchers using NASA’s fleet of five THEMIS spacecraft have discovered a form of space weather that packs the punch of an earthquake and plays a key role in sparking bright Northern Lights. They call it “the spacequake.”

    A spacequake is a temblor in Earth’s magnetic field. It is felt most strongly in Earth orbit, but is not exclusive to space. The effects can reach all the way down to the surface of Earth itself.

    Magnetic reverberations reverberations have been detected at ground stations all around the globe, much like seismic detectors measure a large earthquake,” says THEMIS principal investigator Vassilis Angelopoulos of UCLA.

    http://www.ufo-blogger.com/2012/01/solar-storm-cause-spacequake-which.html

    • I haven’t time … but someone should set up a whole BLOG just about METHANE.
      They could grab all the info from this blog to start. All posts on the topic have ‘methane’ in the tags and a bunch on the methane page too.

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