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Subject: Re: Predictions
From: George Bush ke6pxp@.......
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 09:40:51 -0700
At 04:24 PM 4/20/2007 -0600, you wrote:
Hi Folks, Just curious about the subject of Earthquake Predictions. We
all can predict earthquakes, if we keep the "when" and "where"
nonspecific. But on a serious note, are there any scientific tools
used? Do the phases of the moon and the tides play a part? I have
asked this question to several people and received just as many
I live along the coast and along the San Andreas Fault, and am a member
of the California Magnetometer Net. We have sensing stations spread
around the state to detect Ultra Low Frequency (ULF) electromotive waves
that could be caused by earth strain. My station consists of a PC
monitoring 3-axis ferromagnetic antennas and while I haven't detected any
quake precursors, it did detect a magnetic storm from the Sun. The
CalMagNet is sponsored by Quakefinder (http://www.quakefinder.com/),
who's vision is "QuakeFinder is dedicated to earthquake forecasting
research to ultimately develop, within the next decade, a global warning
system of imminent destructive earthquakes"
If you are curious, you can go to the website and learn more about the
group. You can also see the data from my station by clicking on the map
on the website and selecting the Sea Ranch station.
Sea Ranch, CA, USA
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