The United States Geological Survey has reported that a 3.9 magnitude “Experimental Explosion” occurred off the gulf of Florida on Friday.
The explosion took place near the same spot where the United States Navy conducted explosion tests last month.
On June 18th the U.S. Navy launched several explosions tests to test whether or not Navy aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford is ready for battle.
Last time the U.S. Navy sent out statements regarding the explosions, however this time they have not claimed the mysterious explosions as of yet.
According to the USGS 3.9 magnitude earthquakes usually can’t be felt outside of the epicenter but they do show up on seismographs.
An "experimental explosion" east of St. Augustine, FL today shook the earth with a force equivalent to a M3.9 earthquake. pic.twitter.com/25l4cGCzSp
— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) July 16, 2021
appears to be another round of military "activity" (USGS confirms "experimental explosion") well offshore of Flagler Beach