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Mysterious boom noise heard in Toronto

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http://globalnews.ca/news/1049816/mysterious-christmas-eve-boom-heard-around-gta/

Very funny , according to specialists it was the frost but they could be wrong. I've personally heard it , and was coming from the sky above not ground.

It sounded identical to what i've heard when i was young back in eastern Europe which was the exploding sound of MIG fighting jets reaching the sound barrier.

So yeah i think there was an object in the sky reaching the sound barrier producing that louder boom not icy frosting crap...

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Funny there is a comment on that article from a person coming from the same geographical and political environment reinforcing my believes.

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Shankovich • 13 hours ago

I don't want to be that "crazy guy", but I think it was a sonic boom. Russian aircraft at least once a month breach or approach our airspace up North, so I wouldn't be surprised if interceptor aircraft were up at 40,000 ft going super sonic to get up there fast. Also, keep in mind Russia recently talked about taking more control of the Arctic; I know they're always full of crap, but still."

It never cease to amaze me how full of crap the so called scientists are coming with all sort of untested and ridiculous explanation blaming nature for all the unusual occurences.

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I never heard it.

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Is this a different one to the "mysterious noise heard in Canada" that you made a thread about earlier?

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Cryoseisms ? kinda goes with my theory of why these sounds are heard all over the world, ice breaking up in the artics ,ice cracks and ice rubbing or hitting the ground.Anyone hear their siding crack on their houses when it gets cold. Imagine a thousand times greater.

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http://globalnews.ca...ard-around-gta/

Very funny , according to specialists it was the frost but they could be wrong. I've personally heard it , and was coming from the sky above not ground.

It sounded identical to what i've heard when i was young back in eastern Europe which was the exploding sound of MIG fighting jets reaching the sound barrier.

So yeah i think there was an object in the sky reaching the sound barrier producing that louder boom not icy frosting crap...

Do you have any theories about what these things are?

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It never cease to amaze me how full of crap the so called scientists are coming with all sort of untested and ridiculous explanation blaming nature for all the unusual occurences.

:huh:

You do realize that we had a severe ice storm 2 days before (called one of the worst in history) and that everything was covered in an inch of ice and trees and branches were popping all over the place right ?

You do realize that the temperature was -12C with a wind chill of -17C that night right?

You do realize that a sonic boom would have been reported by more than a handful of people and glass would have shattered all over the place right?

edit to add: this is what the entire GTA (Greater Toronto Area) looked like. Thats a tree in my front yard that is completely bent over by ice.

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I used to live on a lake (I now live near the ocean). When the lake would freeze solid it made noises that could wake the dead!

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Is this a different one to the "mysterious noise heard in Canada" that you made a thread about earlier?

I believe its the same phenomena and could have gone on the former thread.

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Somebody wake me when one of these "booms" or "mysterious noises" is actually accompanied by something of interest physically taking place somewhere.

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Do you have any theories about what these things are?

Because if you're selling, I'm buying - Zoser.

On a serious note, did the mayor get out again?

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I believe that Rob Ford heard someone say about something about mysterious crack in the Toronto area, and he's volunteered to research it, and hopes to get back to us as soon as he's moderately coherent once again. :unsure2:

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I believe its the same phenomena and could have gone on the former thread.

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Truthfully I don't think so.The phenomena is well documented in Windsor Ontario even though they can't figure out what is causing it. Windsor is 3-4 hours away.

I believe that Rob Ford heard someone say about something about mysterious crack in the Toronto area, and he's volunteered to research it, and hopes to get back to us as soon as he's moderately coherent once again. :unsure2:

lol that just made my day :D

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A reasonable explanation.....

Christmas Eve ‘boom’ heard due to frost quake

12/25/2013 10:08 PMChristine Chub

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A tree weighted down with ice in the road near Torbram and Steeplebush in Brampton. Courtesy Rosie Sasso

A rather large boom heard around the GTA on Christmas Eve wasn’t Santa’s sleigh hitting rooftops but a frost quake.

CityNews meteorologist Natasha Ramsahai said tweets began coming in about loud noises around the dinner hour and peaked around midnight.

“You hear booms. You hear loud cracks. You hear what you think is a meteor – almost like a sonic boom kind of sound,” she explained.

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When I lived in Ithaca, NY, Cayuga Lake would occasionally "turn over" and cause such booms - something about the ice shifting below surface.

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A reasonable explanation.....

Christmas Eve ‘boom’ heard due to frost quake

12/25/2013 10:08 PMChristine Chub

tree-184.jpg

A tree weighted down with ice in the road near Torbram and Steeplebush in Brampton. Courtesy Rosie Sasso

A rather large boom heard around the GTA on Christmas Eve wasn’t Santa’s sleigh hitting rooftops but a frost quake.

CityNews meteorologist Natasha Ramsahai said tweets began coming in about loud noises around the dinner hour and peaked around midnight.

“You hear booms. You hear loud cracks. You hear what you think is a meteor – almost like a sonic boom kind of sound,” she explained.

When I lived in Buffalo we had ice storms and they were not fun. A few years ago teh Buffalo area had an early snowstorm (October) which dumped a foot or so of heavy snow onto trees that stiil had their fall foliage on them and they lost thousands of century+ old trees. Power was out for a week. Hope you still have power up there and good luck.

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[...]

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A tree weighted down with ice in the road near Torbram and Steeplebush in Brampton. Courtesy Rosie Sasso

[...]

Quite a weather you had there :no:

Similar storm sometime in the 2001, or 2002 (can't remember exactly) split blue spruce "in half" (double trunked tree it was, and quite tall) smashing two greenhouses... I almost had heart attack hearing that sound (was late evening, and I was almost asleep). Brrr...

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Is this a different one to the "mysterious noise heard in Canada" that you made a thread about earlier?

was much different, this is an explosion boom while that one was more like a hum starting with lower intensity then reaching out to a peek point and decreasing until disappearance.

here is the sonic boom , quite some show with a spectacular "wall vortex" created behind. I you think UFO's are fast that's because you haven't seen a fighter Jet going supersonic ;)

Tom Cat

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orgasmicz speed i shall say ...

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Yes but scientists only give a reasonable and logical explanation or guess as to what things they and we don't know are. To jump to the conclusion that it was something paranormal or aliens/UFO's and such things is beyond stupidity! At least scientists try to work within the frame of the logic and laws of the universe.

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Yes but scientists only give a reasonable and logical explanation or guess as to what things they and we don't know are. To jump to the conclusion that it was something paranormal or aliens/UFO's and such things is beyond stupidity! At least scientists try to work within the frame of the logic and laws of the universe.

You know that if this noise was indeed made by a flying object going supersonic then it was an UFO since nobody knows what type of plane was therefore (unidentified) ;)

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[...] To jump to the conclusion that it was something paranormal or aliens/UFO's and such things is beyond stupidity! [...]

From that I declare you are close-minded. Just open your mind widely, and you will see that it was the battle between fairies and Santa's gnomes: Santa comes with all herd of gnomes, and they start to harass local fairies. Fairies have no other option than to use their secret weapon - SoundExtraBoomingGnomeLiquefier device. Thats where strange noises come from...

[/sarcasm off]

Nice to see more folks with common logic and critical thinking joining UM.

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I used to live on a lake (I now live near the ocean). When the lake would freeze solid it made noises that could wake the dead!

Boy, #1 on that…!

As a kid, I remember walking on the ice on certain ponds in the winter and the sudden deep rumbling booms from the ice shifting/moving would absolutely scare the beejesus out of you.

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You know that if this noise was indeed made by a flying object going supersonic then it was an UFO since nobody knows what type of plane was therefore (unidentified) ;)

Yeah, that's why I try to use the designation ET-UFO, if I'm referencing a possible extraterrestrial origin.

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Wow I live in Richmond Hill and I didn't hear anything about this. We just had a power outage as well from all the ice freezing tree branches and stuff. Cool to see weird things happen were I live too.

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You know that if this noise was indeed made by a flying object going supersonic then it was an UFO since nobody knows what type of plane was therefore (unidentified) ;)

I think you get my drift...

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