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Originally posted by ArMaP
As I love statistics, I have something to ask, although I don't know if everyone wants to answer it.
Are most of the people that sense and predict the earthquakes women?
Is that true or am I just forgetting some members (if I am I apologize )?
If it's true, does anyone have any theory to explain it?
Thanks in advance for any possible answers.
These non-seismic phenomena include observations as diverse as changing well water levels, ground-hugging fog, earthquake lights from ridges and mountain tops, low frequency electromagnetic emission, local magnetic field anomalies up to 0.5% of the Earth’s dipole field, temperature anomalies by several degrees over wide areas as seen in satellite images, changes in the elevation of the Earth’s surface, changes in the plasma density of the ionosphere, and—most enigmatic of all—strange animal behavior and possible human premonition of impending earthquakes (Tributsch, 1983). Some of these observations are part of mainstream science, such as changes in elevation and lateral movements of sections of the Earth’s crust, studied by geodesic methods using satellite data and other techniques. Others are still considered enigmatic and controversial (Geller, 1997; Turcotte, 1991)