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Denmark's mystery tremors caused by acoustic waves from unknown source, officials say


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A series of minor tremors recorded on the Danish Baltic island of Bornholm Saturday has puzzled scientists, who now say they were caused by "acoustic pressure waves from an unknown source."

At first the tremors were thought to have been caused by earthquakes. Then, seismologists theorized that they originated from controlled explosions in Poland, more than 140 kilometers (nearly 90 miles) to the south.

On Monday, the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, an official body that monitors the underground, said the tremors were "not caused by earthquakes, but by pressure waves from an event in the atmosphere." However, they came from "an unknown source."

https://phys.org/news/2023-05-denmark-mystery-tremors-acoustic-unknown.html

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It is good to keep in mind that Bornholm is located at a quite strategic position in the Baltic Sea.

There have been observations of Russian spy ships (and intruding planes I think) in the last years near Bornholm.

It is not that far from the Nordstream gas pipeline that blew up either.

At the end of world war II, the Soviet Union occupied Bornholm and kept it for some time even after the war had ended before giving it back to Denmark.

In February last year, the Russian ambassador in Denmark placed a demand on Denmark that they were not allowed to place NATO troups on Bornholm (which they did anyway).

I've been on Bornholm on vacation btw. It is quite a nice island for tourists.

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The Norwegian and Polish pipeline passes to the south of the island and intersects the Nordstream.

U.S. Military has been flying P8 Poseidon's quite often in the Baltic Sea but mainly offshore from Kaliningrad.

As a matter of fact there is one headed there now. This sub hunter will refuel in northern Poland and then spend the best part of the night patrolling the Baltic Sea. It's been the routine for a while.

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3 hours ago, fred_mc said:

It is good to keep in mind that Bornholm is located at a quite strategic position in the Baltic Sea.

There have been observations of Russian spy ships (and intruding planes I think) in the last years near Bornholm.

It is not that far from the Nordstream gas pipeline that blew up either.

At the end of world war II, the Soviet Union occupied Bornholm and kept it for some time even after the war had ended before giving it back to Denmark.

In February last year, the Russian ambassador in Denmark placed a demand on Denmark that they were not allowed to place NATO troups on Bornholm (which they did anyway).

I've been on Bornholm on vacation btw. It is quite a nice island for tourists.

Would you listen to Russia about troop placement considering the unjust war on the Ukraine. It only makes sense to put NATO troops there, some where which to my view at least, is quite an easy target for Russia otherwise. Does anyone really think that if they win and take Ukraine territory that Putin is not going to go after other countries. It only makes sense for the rest of the world that has not gone insane to fortify military positions.

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How many times can we blow up Nordstream?
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Maybe its the Mole People!

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