The Boom Review

Caroline Coram
Where we pick everything apart that doesn't make sense and piece it back together again so it does. Want to get a handle on why are there so many booms, fires, viruses and insane media stories? Everything you need is here.
Created 14 Jul 2021
  • Neon signs in the sky
    08 Apr 2022
    It is possible to create lightning sparks using a Leyden jar, or apparently thumbtacks in a dryer sheet on top of a glass jar with aluminium foil in and a balloon… we have tried both of these experime...
  • Faking the Weather
    31 Mar 2022
    Chemtrails or Contrails? One of the biggest bones of contention between groups of civilian observers is whether so called ‘chemtrails’ exist, versus the explanation that these are merely ‘contrails’. ...
  • A Chemistry Lab in the Sky
    18 Mar 2022
    How is the Atmosphere structured? The mesosphere, thermosphere and exosphere make up the ionosphere, or upper layer of our atmosphere. It contains gas molecules and protons, which are formed by the su...
  • Geology and Atmosphere
    09 Mar 2022
    Electric atmosphere Our Sky & Earth Anomalies channel has focused on observing the various comings and goings of storms, lightning, weather bomb warnings, manned/possibly unmanned civilian planes and ...
  • What on earth is going on...
    26 Feb 2022
    Before we start, it must be stressed, whilst we have kept to the factual structure of historic events surrounding Ukraine, additional interpretations and theories are ours, and do not constitute repre...
  • 10 billion x brighter than the Sun!
    23 Feb 2022
    We have looked at quantum mechanics, general relativity, holographic theory, CERN’s working parts and its location, and some of the global network of Light Sources and Synchrotrons. There are a few el...
  • A global network of mini CERNS
    15 Feb 2022
    The Light Source Network ‘The Synchrotrons’ sounds like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. Are we that far off from that? Let’s find out. When reading about particle colliders our immediate thoughts tur...
  • CERN and the Synchrotrons
    08 Feb 2022
    There are plenty of rumours that CERN may have accidentally split the time and space continuum. In this article the problem of general relativity is broken down by Berkeley Sychrotron scientist Petr H...
  • Issues with Article Versions
    03 Feb 2022 • < 1 min read
    If you have just received the new article on the Standard Model, please note that Substack Version editor sent a previous version of the article which was incomplete. Please go click though the websit...
  • The Standard Model
    03 Feb 2022 • < 1 min read
    The size of the Large Hadron Collider has sparked much debate since it was built and completed in 2008. In 2014 Steven Hawking said that the experiments being run there ran the risk of wiping out the ...
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