Something strange has occurred. Unidentified earthquakes were recorded by scientific devices around 15 miles off the coast of the French island between Africa and Madagascar.
The strange thing is that it wasn’t a quake. Scientists, on the other hand, have no notion what happened to them.
Was that a meteorite strike? Underwater volcano? Was there a clandestine nuclear test? Was it from another planet?
Nobody appears to have an answer for that.
Seismic equipment captured waves far from the banks of Mayotte, the French island where it all began. Shortly after, seismic sensors in Zambia, Kenya, and Ethiopia detected the same event.
At first glance, the fact that the seismic sensor detected seismic activity in Zambia, Kenya, and Ethiopia does not appear unusual.
However, the seismic wave quickly began to spread, and it was finally picked up by researchers as far away as Chile, New Zealand, Canada, and even Hawaii, some 11,000 miles away.
It’s getting stranger by the day.
For approximately twenty minutes, the mysterious phenomenon made our environment ring like a big bell, and not a single person noticed anything out of the ordinary.
Because it’s one of the strangest events going on, the specialists aren’t fully prepared.
According to Göran Ekström, a seismologist at the University of Colombia, while our world sounded like a whistle, the waves maintained a repetitive low-frequency tone as they travelled.
Earthquake path has been accelerated.
Scientists typically detect a brief, sharp crack when an earthquake occurs.
Scientists will discover observable seismic waves that spread outward from earthquakes as a result of the tensions that build in the terrestrial brain as it is emitted.