reply to post by Aquarius1
Jim Berkland isn't using science to determine earthquakes, his method is rubbish.
I use a piezoseismic system that responds to abnormal pressure being exerted on something, in most cases it is rock deep in the earth, but if you jump
up and down on granite a positive signal is recorded as you jump up and down on granite. On the other hand if you would jump up and down on limestone
it would record the negative signal.
No matter where you live, this equipment detects what is bending the substrata below the equipment. The detectable bending takes place for days and
weeks before an earthquake strikes because the bending or stretching has gone past the limits of the rock below and thereby a quake occurs.
Other seismic systems that governments and businesses currently use cannot detect the bending of the rock. Once the rock comes under abnormal
pressure it sends out a signal and in the case of earthquakes there is a visual representation of the actual fault in the sky that can be seen using
this type of equipment.
The visual representation of any sized earthquake from 1.0 in magnitude to 9.0+ can be seen in the sky directly above the area that will quake. It is
refracted radiation, and you can see it from inside of your house if you look at your walls with this equipment.
Example: Lets say you live in a mountainous area of California and a 5.0+ magnitude earthquake is getting ready to strike within a week or two within
200 miles of you. If you are at a 90 degree angle from the fault line you could see the refracted radiation coming through a mountainside and through
the side of your house or building if your were standing inside and looking in the direction of the fault.
The equipment lets a person see the radiation coming through the walls and the mountainside because it is radiation and nothing can stop the radiation
coming from a fault under pressure. Since it is a M5.0 magnitude earthquake getting ready to strike you could see it up to a maximum distance of 400
You could watch it 24 hours a day for days and weeks before it strikes. You can also see how jagged the fault is or how smooth it is because of a
barrier above it. You can go right out and mark the fault on top of the ground because once you get to the epicenter you can mark it and follow it
out one direction and come back and go down the other direction as the radiation is seen coming out of the ground from deep down below.
During all of this time you can watch the fault pulse with more pressure and then less pressure; more pressure and less pressure. There will be times
when the pulse of pressure increased the amount of detected pressure, that is how larger earthquakes become larger earthquakes, because their pressure
increases every now and then during the detected pressure cycles that are very rythmic and very predictable because they are so rythmic.
Its all in my videos. Later I will go into more detail in future videos so that people all over the world will be able to use these seismic units to
go out and map faults all over the world before they quake.
[edit on 20-12-2009 by RussianScientists]