Guestimate of "Piezoseismic Scale" Measurement of 7.3 Earthquake That Struck Offshore Japan December 7, 2012
Below is an "Example Only", but real in essence guestimate as to what a piezoseismic scale of last nights 7.3 earthquake would have been like if it
had been mapped using a piezoseismic scale.
All of the below cities would have been showing an increase of their piezoseismic systems pressure recordings for possibly the last 4 to 5 days, they
would have started days ago at Japans background radiation level for their particular area, and its my guesstiimate that Japans minimum background
radiation level possibly starts at 4x, unlike Kansas where the minimum background radiation level starts at approximately 1/1,000x.
By using Google Maps Distance Calculator, and the approximate coordinates given by the USGS, I've plotted a spot off of the Japan coastline that
isn't exact but its close enough for this example; and I shall use that point to let you know of how the piezoseismic scale should have worked by
guestimate, since I wasn't really there.
Tokyo and Chiba are approximately approximately 250 miles or approximately 400 kilometers away from last nights 7.3 epicenter. At that distance, I
would guesstimate the piezoseismic systems would have had to have been used at approximately 46x-50x in order to get a recording of the piezoseismic
pressure from their locations. By using AVP, people in the region of Tokyo and Chiba would've seen the radiation coming from the NE of them, and
they would have known that it was coming from a great distance because of the pressure; unlike here in Kansas where I've recorded the pressures being
extremely low, around x/1,000 to 1x instead of 46x-50x. They would have recorded the pressure building for the last 4-5 days, measuring it's
increases all that time.
From Fukushima, approx. 175 miles, or 280 km away, I guesstimate the piezoseimic reading would've been approx. at 50x-54x in order to get a recording
of the piezoseismic radiation pressure. By using AVP they would've seen the radiation coming from the East at a great distance because of the
pressure. The radiation coming from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear reactors and any other working nuclear reactors in Japan is completely nullified
because of the extreme detectable offshore piezoseismic radiation, the nullification of the detection of those reactors occurred at possibly 4x-8x.
Nagoya at approx. 400 miles, or 670 km away, I guesstimate the piezoseismic pressure reading would've been approx. at 36x-40x in order to get a
recording of the piezoseismic radiation pressure. By using AVP they would have seen the radiation coming from just below NE.
People in Sapporo Japan using AVP would have seen the radiation coming from approx. the SSE. I guesstimate the piezo-pressure would've been approx.
at 36x-40x since Sapporo is approx. 400 away from the epicenter.
As you can see, I'm talking about extreme pressures at those locations, not the junky x/1000 or 1x pressure that the piezoseismic system usually
records here in Kansas that you've read here on many ATS pages on this thread. When I wrote about x/1000 or 1x pressure or even 4x pressure, I'm
writing about extremely low background radiation pressures. But when your piezoseismic system starts recording pressures above 32x all over the place
for hundreds of miles from the known epicenter, your talking about an earthquake that lots of people are going to feel when it strikes.
The cool thing is that people all over Japan, in hundreds of cities would could have gotten exact piezoseismic readings from their locations, and
plugged them into an earthquake forecast map. All of those same people using AVP could have recorded a direction from their location that they saw
the radiation coming from; through the walls of their homes, businesses, skyscrapers or caves, because the piezo-pressure is so extreme that nothing,
and I repeat, NOTHING interferes with the piezo-recording.
Well... let me reiterate on that one moment, Japan does have some volcanoes, and if they are or were active, that activity could have nullified the
detection of the 7.3 earthquake building up pressure off shore if the volcanic activity or another earthquake of greater magnitude, was closer to them
and was building up its pressure in any area in Japan. Once the piezoseismic equalibrium pressure is overcome from one cell, you would be in another
piezoseismic cell and would see by using AVP that the piezo-radiation direction would be changed.
So... yes, there will be millions of people in Japan eagerly watching their volcanoes as well as the earthquakes. Volcanoes getting ready to erupt
must have extreme piezoseimic pressure that must possibly go beyond 80x in order to blow thousands of tons of rock up to possibly a mile in the sky.
There will be many places that will charge to see this extreme radiation in the future coming from earthquakes and volcanoes before they strike; it's