This is a fascinating article. A professor of electrical engineering and geophysics claims that big earthquakes give warning of their arrival with
ultra-low-frequency EM waves days or even weeks before it hits.
Fraser-Smith, professor emeritus of electrical engineering and of geophysics, has evidence that big temblors emit a burst of ultra-low-frequency
electromagnetic radio waves days or even weeks before they hit. The problem is that nobody is paying enough attention.
Fraser-Smith has been interested in electromagnetic signals for decades. Most of these waves come from space, he said, generated in the upper
atmosphere by the sun and then beamed down to Earth.
In 1989, Fraser-Smith and his research team were monitoring ultra-low-frequency radio waves in a remote location in the Santa Cruz Mountains as part
of a long-term study of the signals reaching Earth from space. On Oct. 5, 1989, their equipment suddenly reported a large signal, and the signal
stayed up for the next 12 days. At 2:00 p.m. on Oct. 17, 1989, the signal jumped even higher, about 20 to 30 times higher than what the instruments
would normally ever measure, Fraser-Smith said. At 5:04 p.m. the 7.1 magnitude Loma Prieta earthquake hit the Monterey Bay and San Francisco Bay
areas, killing 63 people and causing severe damage across the region.
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Has anyone else heard of this before? The article doesn't explain why the major earth movements might have been preceded by such waves. Any ideas or
Edit: Grammar... hypothesis is singular... hypotheses is plural...
If Dr Fraser-Smiths' theories are true, then tsunamis should also emit such radio waves. After all most tsunamis are generated by undersea quakes.
Just a small percentage occur due to underwater landslides.
A thought occurred to me. Doesn't HAARP emit ELF (extremely low frequency) radio waves? I wonder if there is a link.
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