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Sudden Herd Deaths and Meteor Shockwaves
« on: May 08, 2017, 10:12:42 AM »
In researching solar system disruptions, we are bound to examine patterns of geological change here on earth. These include earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and meteor falls, i.e., “shooting stars” and the more powerful and dangerous “fireballs.” Earthquakes and volcanoes are nearly all recorded worldwide automatically, 24 hours a day, and volcanoes even make good targets for tourism!

However, meticulous work on meteor falls is a poor stepchild of the scientific endeavor. We depend on passionate, typically unpaid individuals to do a manual review of sporadic fireballs caught on few scattered sky cameras, note reports by amateur astronomers, and collect information from lay witnesses—and then key in all the data by hand! And don’t forget: the great majority of our planet (we can’t set up observation stations at sea), and meteors keep falling around the clock (but we get to see them best only when we’re sleepy).

http://yowusa.com/2017/05/sudden-herd-deaths/