reply to post by _Phoenix_
_Phoenix_ I discovered how to detect the seismic precursor to earthquakes of ALL magnitudes, not just the big ones. Also, detection occurs even after
an earthquake of any magnitude strikes, this occurs while the ground is still settling back into place, and this can take up to 1.5 days before the
Primary detection of earthquake precursors can take place up to two months before the earthquake strikes. Pinpointing of the upcoming earthquake can
take place by signal strength, or by visual detection.
Visual detection is quick, just fire up the equipment and start scanning the sky line. When you see the emanations coming out of the ground, you know
that you have found the fault line under abnormal pressure.
Here is visual proof that these eminations actually exist above the fault line before an earthquake occurs. These people only seen it 30 minutes or
so before the China earthquake, they could have been looking at it for days and weeks with my system/knowledge. Furthermore they could have perfectly
outlined the earthquake fault during the days/weeks, and they could have had a successful evacuation.
For big earthquakes the maximum detectable visual distance that you can see the radiation pulsing in the air above the fault is approximately 100
times the magnitude, minus 100. Or a 6.8 magnitude earthquake could have its pulsing refracted radiation detected to a maximum of 580 miles distant
from the fault; and that would be detectable for days to weeks on a 24 hours a day visual detection aspect through all materials except for metals.
Distance/pressure gives you the exact magnitude of the upcoming earthquake. Date of the strike is given by calculating the path and distance from the
link. It is completely impossible to miss a large earthquake, unless another larger one nearby is overshaddowing the smaller of the two. Depth is
easy to calculate, just look for the node, that gves the depth. The epicenter is where the signal is the greatest.
Earthquakes can strike and this equipment can take you straight out to the epicenter up to 1.5 days later while the ground is still settling. Or, you
can be at the epicenter days and weeks before the strike, and you can visually see the faults refracted radiation piercing high into the sky in a
straight line; perfectly outlining the exact fault after a wind correction factor is taken into place, because the wind does blow the radiation off to
one side for earthquake radiation, just as it does for radio transmission radiation, and just as the solar wind blows the earths magnetic radiation
field into a different shape other than the shape of the earth.
There are many, many other discoveries that I made also; at this time I won't mention them and I won't mention them on the first round of videos
either. On the second round of videos I will mention them.