Mystery Sound of an Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon Medium

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Mystery Sound of an Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon Medium
Those living in city suburbs are especially used to, and antagonized by, various untoward noises from construction, fireworks celebrations, and assorted other mayhem. But what's been going on lately seems something else. Here Avi Loeb has a scientific answer for the Friday, October 20, 2023 7:43:20 PM Eastern Time "Shock and Awe" event that incidentally touts his Galileo Project's "AMOS" suite. Loeb calculates it was a meteor from the Orionid meteor shower and "about a meter in diameter." Daily Caller reports a "somewhat-inflated" estimate and says a Harvard Scientist Claims Those Loud Mysterious Bangs You're Hearing Are From UFOs--And They Almost Killed Us All. Their source says Loeb described "the explosion of a one-mile-wide alien space rock." Size matters, as does accurate info transmission. The Orionid meteor shower "peaked in Massachusetts on October 21," said Loeb, and—given that shower's September 26th to November 22nd viewing window—could a Mysterious Boom Heard, Felt in Hillsborough; Orange County Authorities Investigating refer to an 11:15 a.m. North Carolina sound the previous morning? Okay, the time of day might militate against that one, but a Monday, November 13th 6:40 pm the Massive Flash and Boom Recorded over Minnesota Remains a Mystery. A "likely meteor" diagnosis was discounted, and one local TV reporter says "My money is on UFO." (WM)

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