Has your GPS gone a bit wonky? Don’t worry, that’s just a rogue state triggering a couple of nukes. (It’s more likely bad signal though…). From DNews Earth writer Larry O’Hanlon:

GPS Tracks Secret Nuke Tests: New research into GPS disturbances high up in Earth’s ionosphere reveals that sometimes the “noise” in the GPS signals are secret underground nuclear tests. Not only that, but tests with archived GPS data not only detect the nukes, but can be used to track the ionospheric noise back to its source.

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    Whoa! Good to know! One question: is there a mobile app for tracking said noise?
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    well cats out of the bag
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  21. houseoforange said: No wonder!
  22. musicblind said: That explains all these weird massive earthquakes….
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