On Jan. 25, a massive meteor nearly collided with the planet at high-speed in Texas, kicking off a plethora of other close encounters around the world. The strange booms are being heard and reported on a regular basis which surprisingly have been blamed on “frostquakes”, earthquakes supposedly caused by extremely cold weather. However, frostquakes seem like a highly unlikely possibility, becuase the booms are being heard across the entire planet in all types of climate, including temperate.

In fact, speaking of asteroids, Lee Rannals with Red Orbit recently reported:

Scientists from MIT and the Paris Observatory claim that rogue asteroids are more common than previously thought.

via Widespread polar vortex freezing, erupting volcanoes, strange loud booms, big waves, earthquakes and lots of meteors — Something in space lurks close to earth | Intellihub News.