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Yesterday, the residents of San Diego felt the same shake of earthquake as they had in 2006. A loud, thundering noise was being heard by the residents of San Diego and they felt they had an earthquake.
After the incident, the geological experts began to investigate the matter and after investigation of several hours they came to know that the earthquake was an actually a sonic boom. Robert Dollor is the seismologist at the United States Geological Survey he says that the loud voice was a sonic boom and he says that the military air crafts was the most likely culprits.
It is to be reported here that an earthquake of magnitude 3.5 was recorded by the United States Geological Survey at 1:38 p.m. Friday on 4th of December by the 43 miles west of San Diego and the origin of the earthquake was below the ocean. According to the U.S. Geological Survey a number of small earthquakes have been recorded by the survey this year including a 4.2 in January, a 3.8 in October and a 3.9 in November.