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posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 07:42 AM
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Piezoseismic disturbance to the south is gone, it disappeared between 12:01 AM and 7:35 AM October 2nd, 2010.

For research purposes only.

posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 01:35 PM
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An 80 amp and a 40 amp fuse was blown, I had to have it rewired and new fuses installed to make unit work.

Currently its 1:35 PM October, 2010 and no piezoseismic disturbances are detectable coming from any direction surrounding Burrton, Kansas.

Research notes only.

posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 01:39 PM
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Today on Monday October 4th, 2010 a piezoseismic disturbance is currently being detected to the south of Burrton, Kansas.

Here at the piezoseismic station at Burrton, Kansas the piezoseismic pressure has increased rather dramatically. Usually the piezoseismic pressure detected is of background radiation, but at approximately 12:30 PM today the piezoseismic pressure increased dramatically to the 4th range and is holding steady in the fourth range. Peak pressure was finally reached at 1 PM before retreating back to its current minimum piezoseimic pressure. Peak piezoseismic pressure in the fourth range is holding at 2.5 OD, and minimum piezoseimic pressure is holding at 12 OD. Peak piezoseismic pressure pulses started off at approximately 4 minutes in length, while minumum piezoseismic pressure started off at 13 minutes intervals.

Research purposes only.

Before 2:30 PM arrived, all of the piezoseismic pressure released and the pressure is now back into its normal state of nature. As stated in my 22 YouTube videos, I like to wait 24 hours to chase down a signal, it saves lots of gasoline if the signal fades before 24 hours is up.


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edit on 4-10-2010 by RussianScientists because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 11 2010 @ 11:06 AM
Notes for research purposes only.

On October 7th, 2010 I increased the range of piezoseismic detection at the Burrton, Kansas piezoseismic station in order to detect earthquake cells in the Hays/Russell Kansas region. With the increased range of detection an earthquake cell was detected from the Burrton, Kansas piezoseismic station. Visual radiation was detected at approximately 55 degrees west of north from the Burrton, Kansas piezoseismic station. The third day of the piezoseimic cycle was underway, piezosiesmic pulses were occurring approximately every 45 minutes. Each piezoseimic pulse was approximately 5 minutes long.

On October 8th, 2010 I took a road trip to get piezoseismic readings, which are the following. On October 8th, 2010 the 4th day of the piezoseismic cycle was underway, piezoseismic pulses occurring approximately every 30 minutes for a duration of approximately 5 minutes each.

Background radiation piezoseimic reading at Burrton, Kansas was 82.
Background radiation piezoseismic reading at Sterling, Kansas was 61.
Background radiation piezoseismic reading at Fort Zarah Park, outside Great Bend, Kansas was 34.5.
Background radiation piezoseismic reading disclosed the pressure was gone at Great Bend, Kansas at approximately plus or minus 5 minutes at 4PM.

I estimated the piezoseimic earthquake cell that released its pressure existed beyond Hays, Kansas because of the pressures and the distances.

Since the piezoseismic release was what I was really wanting to study this particular time coming from the Hays/Russell, Kansas region I consider the trip very successful even though I didn't make it to the epicenter before the release. What is important is knowing exactly when the release occurred, and it occurred within 5 minutes of 4PM on October 8th, 2010. Now if anyone has watched my videos about the Hays/Russell region we can now predict an earthquake to strike off shore of Alaska.


Its been a long time since I've studied earthquake releases in the Hays/Russell Kansas region, but they definitely let you know when a large earthquake is going to strike off shore of Alaska. So... the largest earthquake getting ready to strike off shore of Alaska will take place off of the shore of Alaska on October 14th near Kodiak Island, Alaska; or on the 15th near Adak, Alaska; or off shore of Kuril Island, Russia on October 16th. The earthquake that will strike will be M5.0+ and will be the largest earthquake along that region of Alaska for the time period stated. We shall watch where it strikes at, and then we shall know the exact travel time of the earthquake to strike along the coastal region of Alaska from the time period of the release noted to be within 5 minutes of 4PM Hays/Russell, Kansas time on October 8th, 2010. Travel time to reach Kodiak Island from the release date is 6 days travel time. Travel time to reach Adak, Alaska is 7 days travel time. Travel time to reach Kuril Island, Russia is 8 days travel time. This travel time is noted in my videos.

posted on Oct, 11 2010 @ 07:44 PM
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I just fired up the piezoseismic system and checked it. There is a very weak piezoseismic signal coming from approximately 60 degrees west of North. The piezoseismic signal is in the background radiation range, and is at 234.

My intentions are to detect another piezoseismic release in the Hays/Russell Kansas region from the Burrton, Kansas piezoseismic station.

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posted on Oct, 12 2010 @ 06:31 PM
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Piezoseismic pressure increased from 234 to 57 today. Direction still the same.

posted on Oct, 13 2010 @ 11:51 AM
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Piezoseimic pressure dropped to 112 sometime between yesterday and 11:45AM. Direction still the same.

posted on Oct, 13 2010 @ 12:14 PM
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The following earthquake cell was not detected from this distance after it struck today while the piezoseismic system was on between 10:45AM and 11:45AM.

This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 4.3
Date-Time Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 14:06:29 UTC
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 09:06:29 AM at epicenter
Location 35.217°N, 97.271°W
Depth 7.9 km (4.9 miles) (poorly constrained)
Distances 13 km (8 miles) E (92°) from Norman, OK
13 km (8 miles) ESE (102°) from Hall Park, OK
13 km (8 miles) NW (314°) from Etowah, OK
38 km (24 miles) SE (141°) from Oklahoma City, OK
272 km (169 miles) N (351°) from Dallas, TX
Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 6.4 km (4.0 miles); depth +/- 9 km (5.6 miles)
Parameters NST= 32, Nph= 32, Dmin=45.9 km, Rmss=0.81 sec, Gp= 65°,
M-type=teleseismic moment magnitude (Mw), Version=V
Event ID us2010ciay

Below is USGS intensity map.

Below is a broader USGS intensity map.

posted on Oct, 13 2010 @ 02:58 PM
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Piezoseismic pressure has dropped off from 112 to 255 sometime between 11:45AM and 2:30PM today. Piezoseismic direction is still the same (towards the Hays/Russell Kansas region).

In regards to the Oklahoma earthquake, even though detection was not of the Oklahoma earthquake cell, but was instead of the current Hays/Russell earthquake cell, the Hays/Russell earthquake cell did get stronger or firmed up a day before the Oklahoma earthquake that occurred today. Now after the Oklahoma earthquake has struck, the pressure of the Hays/Russell earthquake cell that is currently being studied has released its pressure almost back to where it was first detected, some numerical variance can be expected after such an earthquake, that is why the pressure is now 255 instead of 234 as was originally detected. The pressure has dropped off just a little from the original pressure of 234.

posted on Oct, 18 2010 @ 03:45 PM
For reference only.

The largest earthquake that fits in the area stated during the time stated for that particular area was the following.

MAP 4.6 2010/10/13 10:36:15 51.634 -173.143 26.7 97 km ( 60 mi) SE of Atka, AK

This earthquake was not an M5.0+ earthquake but was the LARGEST earthquake and in the right area at the right time; 151 miles East of ADAK, Alaska.

2010 October 13 10:36:15 UTC
This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 4.6
Date-Time Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 10:36:15 UTC
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 01:36:15 AM at epicenter
Location 51.634°N, 173.143°W
Depth 26.7 km (16.6 miles)
Distances 97 km (60 miles) SE (130°) from Atka, AK
243 km (151 miles) E (95°) from Adak, AK
325 km (202 miles) WSW (245°) from Nikolski, AK
1772 km (1101 miles) WSW (244°) from Anchorage, AK
Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 30.2 km (18.8 miles); depth +/- 4.2 km (2.6 miles)
Parameters NST= 99, Nph=103, Dmin=96.8 km, Rmss=0.96 sec, Gp=176°,
M-type=body wave magnitude (Mb), Version=6
Event ID usa0003z3x

Most likely reason why this earthquake did not reach M5.0+ strength is because of the Oklahoma M4.3 earthquake was somehow able to release some of the pressure; otherwise the correct answer is still unknown.

Magnitude 4.3 - OKLAHOMA
2010 October 13 14:06:30 UTC
This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 4.3
Date-Time Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 14:06:30 UTC
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 09:06:30 AM at epicenter
Location 35.191°N, 97.320°W
Depth 13 km (8.1 miles) set by location program
Distances 10 km (5 miles) ESE of Norman, Oklahoma
35 km (20 miles) SSE of OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma
40 km (25 miles) WSW of Shawnee, Oklahoma
60 km (35 miles) ENE of Chickasha, Oklahoma
Location Uncertainty Error estimate not available
Parameters NST=118, Nph=118, Dmin=41.6 km, Rmss=0 sec, Gp= 25°,
M-type=regional moment magnitude (Mw), Version=V
Source Oklahoma Geological Survey, Leonard, USA
Event ID us2010ciay

Even though this Alaska earthquake (MAP 4.6 2010/10/13 10:36:15 51.634 -173.143 26.7 97 km ( 60 mi) SE of Atka, AK) was not an M5.0+ earthquake, it was still the LARGEST earthquake and in the right area at the right time; 151 miles East of ADAK, Alaska.

We will have to study this again soon and see if we can plot the travel time and a more exacting strike time along the coast line of Alaska for the LARGEST earthquakes striking along the coast of Alaska starting at Kodiak Island, Alaska and moving westward to Kuril Island, Russia.

At least we have made a start in the right direction. Approximate distance from the secondary link of the Hays/Russell, Kansas region is approximately 3,675 miles; not bad for long range forecasting. Too bad there wasn't any piezoseismic systems in the area of the primary target.

Other large earthquakes in the USA during that time period are listed below.
USGS and NEIC Update time = Mon Oct 18 21:10:38 UTC 2010
y/m/d h:m:s LAT
deg LON
MAP 3.4 2010/10/18 15:21:37 40.732 -123.962 20.3 16 km ( 10 mi) ESE of Myrtletown, CA
MAP 3.2 2010/10/18 08:52:45 44.468 -114.539 14.7 25 km ( 16 mi) W of Challis, ID
MAP 3.2 2010/10/18 07:45:02 18.867 -65.839 131.1 49 km ( 30 mi) N of Su�rez, PR
MAP 3.1 2010/10/18 03:44:43 39.341 -120.089 0.0 10 km ( 6 mi) E of Truckee, CA


MAP 3.0 2010/10/17 14:50:50 18.840 -67.715 30.0 74 km ( 46 mi) NW of Rinc�n, PR
MAP 3.0 2010/10/17 11:56:58 59.684 -152.333 54.6 33 km ( 21 mi) WSW of Anchor Point, AK
MAP 3.1 2010/10/17 11:51:47 51.249 -175.194 6.9 123 km ( 76 mi) SE of Adak, AK
MAP 3.2 2010/10/17 09:00:36 63.000 -150.321 104.0 65 km ( 41 mi) N of Chase, AK
MAP 3.4 2010/10/17 04:56:57 32.108 -115.242 10.0 24 km ( 15 mi) SSW of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico
MAP 3.2 2010/10/17 03:51:03 19.678 -68.990 55.0 63 km ( 39 mi) NE of Saman�, Dominican Republic
MAP 3.2 2010/10/17 00:07:49 17.806 -68.630 49.0 78 km ( 49 mi) SSE of La Romana, Dominican Republic


MAP 3.0 2010/10/16 23:35:46 37.151 -117.376 12.2 14 km ( 8 mi) NNW of Scottys Castle, CA
MAP 3.7 2010/10/16 21:51:27 32.050 -115.252 22.3 30 km ( 19 mi) SSW of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico
MAP 3.1 2010/10/16 18:49:14 19.710 -66.220 44.0 138 km ( 86 mi) N of Bre�as, PR
MAP 3.0 2010/10/16 18:05:24 32.408 -115.448 17.6 27 km ( 17 mi) S of Mexicali, Mexico
MAP 3.5 2010/10/16 14:51:10 62.241 -149.319 46.4 41 km ( 25 mi) E of Talkeetna, AK
MAP 3.0 2010/10/16 12:07:50 32.248 -115.383 12.1 26 km ( 16 mi) W of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico
MAP 3.5 2010/10/16 09:43:18 35.288 -92.332 6.1 4 km ( 3 mi) S of Guy, AR
MAP 3.0 2010/10/16 09:41:11 18.729 -65.241 59.2 47 km ( 29 mi) N of Culebra, PR
MAP 3.2 2010/10/16 04:10:54 19.068 -65.772 107.8 71 km ( 44 mi) N of Su�rez, PR


MAP 3.0 2010/10/15 18:40:17 35.301 -92.340 5.5 3 km ( 2 mi) S of Guy, AR
MAP 3.0 2010/10/15 16:13:53 37.410 -121.753 9.4 8 km ( 5 mi) NE of Alum Rock, CA
MAP 3.1 2010/10/15 16:05:20 32.118 -115.226 10.0 22 km ( 14 mi) SSW of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico
MAP 3.4 2010/10/15 12:01:47 52.735 -171.720 162.4 179 km (111 mi) ENE of Atka, AK
MAP 3.0 2010/10/15 11:52:11 32.170 -115.294 12.7 22 km ( 14 mi) SW of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico
MAP 3.1 2010/10/15 11:04:10 37.880 -121.388 14.7 9 km ( 6 mi) W of French Camp, CA
MAP 3.8 2010/10/15 10:20:18 35.294 -92.340 7.0 3 km ( 2 mi) S of Guy, AR
MAP 3.2 2010/10/15 01:44:49 52.623 -170.170 7.3 95 km ( 59 mi) WSW of Nikolski, AK


MAP 3.2 2010/10/14 21:49:18 19.436 -64.820 24.7 94 km ( 59 mi) NW of Settlement, British Virgin Islands
MAP 3.1 2010/10/14 17:27:55 62.949 -150.486 92.9 62 km ( 39 mi) NNW of Chase, AK
MAP 3.2 2010/10/14 13:08:39 52.158 -169.730 8.2 105 km ( 65 mi) SW of Nikolski, AK
MAP 4.0 2010/10/14 12:59:26 60.390 -140.615 0.2 107 km ( 66 mi) NNW of Yakutat, AK
MAP 3.4 2010/10/14 10:07:33 35.299 -92.352 4.6 3 km ( 2 mi) SSW of Guy, AR
MAP 3.0 2010/10/14 09:08:40 51.469 -172.959 21.6 118 km ( 74 mi) SE of Atka, AK
MAP 3.5 2010/10/14 08:08:50 18.541 -68.853 126.0 17 km ( 11 mi) WSW of Hig�ey, Dominican Republic
MAP 3.2 2010/10/14 07:59:38 51.247 -173.023 26.0 134 km ( 83 mi) SE of Atka, AK
MAP 3.3 2010/10/14 07:29:26 54.091 -164.155 13.2 95 km ( 59 mi) SSW of False Pass, AK
MAP 3.2 2010/10/14 06:33:06 37.160 -117.372 11.5 14 km ( 9 mi) N of Scottys Castle, CA
MAP 3.2 2010/10/14 04:26:50 35.028 -125.000 5.0 314 km (195 mi) WSW of Point Sur, CA


MAP 3.2 2010/10/13 23:52:01 31.248 -115.646 6.0 20 km ( 12 mi) SSE of L�zaro C�rdenas, Mexico
MAP 3.5 2010/10/13 18:20:47 31.540 -114.347 10.0 78 km ( 48 mi) NE of San Felipe, Mexico
MAP 3.2 2010/10/13 17:33:30 51.676 -171.014 21.4 203 km (126 mi) SW of Nikolski, AK
MAP 4.3 2010/10/13 14:06:30 35.191 -97.320 13.0 8 km ( 5 mi) NE of Noble, OK
MAP 3.0 2010/10/13 12:07:29 32.759 -116.050 7.9 5 km ( 3 mi) WNW of Ocotillo, CA
MAP 4.4 2010/10/13 10:50:23 41.861 -127.012 11.2 222 km (138 mi) WSW of Gold Beach, OR
MAP 4.6 2010/10/13 10:36:15 51.634 -173.143 26.7 97 km ( 60 mi) SE of Atka, AK
MAP 4.2 2010/10/13 10:36:02 50.489 -173.403 41.5 198 km (123 mi) SSE of Atka, AK
MAP 3.5 2010/10/13 08:25:35 50.081 -178.778 40.1 250 km (155 mi) SW of Adak, AK
MAP 3.8 2010/10/13 07:30:17 51.201 -175.392 25.6 115 km ( 72 mi) SE of Adak, AK
MAP 3.2 2010/10/13 06:45:31 19.090 -64.872 20.0 71 km ( 44 mi) NW of Settlement, British Virgin Islands
MAP 3.2 2010/10/13 06:13:55 18.728 -67.684 86.8 63 km ( 39 mi) NW of Rinc�n, PR
MAP 3.3 2010/10/13 05:00:54 19.103 -64.836 31.0 68 km ( 42 mi) NW of Settlement, British Virgin Islands
MAP 3.0 2010/10/13 03:43:36 51.796 -171.007 26.3 194 km (120 mi) SW of Nikolski, AK


MAP 3.1 2010/10/12 22:24:13 35.962 -117.663 3.0 27 km ( 17 mi) ESE of Coso Junction, CA
MAP 3.3 2010/10/12 22:22:53 51.933 -171.031 25.5 185 km (115 mi) SW of Nikolski, AK
MAP 3.0 2010/10/12 21:01:22 55.522 -157.077 7.5 120 km ( 74 mi) SE of Chignik, AK
MAP 3.5 2010/10/12 20:00:19 51.449 -175.207 36.0 108 km ( 67 mi) SW of Atka, AK
MAP 3.2 2010/10/12 18:12:02 61.390 -151.051 63.7 29 km ( 18 mi) NNE of Beluga, AK
MAP 3.0 2010/10/12 15:31:56 50.102 -179.669 41.7 290 km (180 mi) SW of Adak, AK
MAP 3.2 2010/10/12 13:06:46 50.750 -101.835 2.0 167 km (104 mi) NW of Brandon, Canada
MAP 3.8 2010/10/12 09:27:11 58.379 -152.958 58.9 35 km ( 22 mi) N of Aleneva, AK
MAP 3.0 2010/10/12 08:27:47 52.076 -169.771 41.8 114 km ( 71 mi) SSW of Nikolski, AK
MAP 3.2 2010/10/12 06:58:59 33.002 -116.468 7.9 13 km ( 8 mi) SE of Julian, CA
MAP 3.5 2010/10/12 06:57:36 52.241 -169.826 23.7 102 km ( 63 mi) SW of Nikolski, AK
MAP 3.5 2010/10/12 06:30:46 55.358 -155.384 6.2 192 km (119 mi) SSW of Akhiok, AK

For future reference only.

edit on 18-10-2010 by RussianScientists because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 25 2010 @ 03:42 PM
Research reference notes only.

Just pondering some thoughts.

Release occurred within 5 minutes of 4PM on October 8th, 2010 in the Hays/Russel, Kansas region.

Earthquake travel time circumvents Pacific Plate in counterclockwise direction; 6 days to Kodiak Island, Alaska; 7 days to Adak, Alaska; 8 days to Kuril Island, Russia. These strikes are along the ALEUTION TRENCH.

Pondering... Hmmm, no really large earthquake strikes, except the M4.6; 151 miles from Adak at about the correct time. Alaska really only had small earthquakes since the detection of the release here.

Pondering... Hmmm, today is October 25th, 2010 and a M7.7 strikes 17 days later at the JAVA TRENCH.

Pondering... Hmmm, it looks like it could fit right in with the travel time to go that distance; hmmm 17 days later. There should be people studying the piezoseismic region out near Hays/Russell, Kansas.

2010 October 25 14:42:22 UTC
This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 7.7
Date-Time Monday, October 25, 2010 at 14:42:22 UTC
Monday, October 25, 2010 at 09:42:22 PM at epicenter

Location 3.484°S, 100.114°E
Depth 20.6 km (12.8 miles)
Distances 240 km (150 miles) W of Bengkulu, Sumatra, Indonesia
280 km (175 miles) S of Padang, Sumatra, Indonesia
305 km (190 miles) W of Lubuklinggau, Sumatra, Indonesia
795 km (500 miles) WNW of JAKARTA, Java, Indonesia

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 5.3 km (3.3 miles); depth +/- 3.4 km (2.1 miles)
Parameters NST=297, Nph=297, Dmin=330.2 km, Rmss=1.16 sec, Gp= 22°,
M-type=teleseismic moment magnitude (Mw), Version=8

Event ID usa00043nx

For Future reference only.

posted on Nov, 10 2010 @ 10:33 PM
For research purposes only.

Tonight the air near the ground is extremely clear. I can see the table, bricks and bowl from the back yard light much clearer than I have seen it in the last week or so. I've noticed for quite some time now that it was hard to see the table, bricks and bowls in the darkness. Yet tonight I can see them extremely clear. There must be some reason why they are easier to see tonight. But what?

The light outside looks like there is a brighter bulb, or the lense has been cleaned, but neither of these things has taken place, and the moon isn't out yet. The transmission of light from the back yard light is much brighter and crisper tonight, why?

It hasn't rained for a long time, and the wind is calm tonight. It's been very windy for well over a week, maybe the wind kicked up a lot of dust in the air that I couldn't see otherwise. Dust in the air must have blocked out some of the transmission of light coming from the back yard light during the last week or so. Could dust in the air have blocked out that much light at night coming from the back yard light only 150 feet away? Or, is there some other reason?

For future pondering only.

posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:56 AM
Notes for future reference only.

MAP 3.3 2010/11/28 13:46:25 35.613 -97.223 3.2 6 km ( 4 mi) SSW of Luther, OK
MAP 2.9 2010/11/28 03:28:43 35.613 -97.241 3.9 7 km ( 4 mi) SW of Luther, OK
MAP 3.0 2010/11/28 03:26:47 35.591 -97.275 4.8 3 km ( 2 mi) NNE of Jones, OK
MAP 3.2 2010/11/28 02:46:00 35.593 -97.258 4.9 4 km ( 3 mi) NE of Jones, OK
MAP 2.5 2010/11/25 16:10:02 35.611 -97.229 9.0 6 km ( 4 mi) SSW of Luther, OK
MAP 2.8 2010/11/25 16:09:03 35.658 -97.266 10.5 6 km ( 3 mi) E of Arcadia, OK
MAP 3.2 2010/11/24 23:45:13 35.593 -97.240 4.9 6 km ( 3 mi) NE of Jones, OK
MAP 3.9 2010/11/24 22:48:29 35.634 -97.257 5.0 7 km ( 4 mi) WSW of Luther, OK

For future reference only.
edit on 1-12-2010 by RussianScientists because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 2 2010 @ 04:48 PM
For future reference only.

An unusual piezoseismic story of scientific interest.

Today while I was out running some different experiments I happened to make an interesting discovery that many people of the future may be interested in. The piezoseismic system had been used in the background radiation detection all day because the radiation from Terra Firma was very low all day, and it was a very nice day.

Eventually at around 3PM, I decided to aim the piezoseismic dish to the south to do some other experiments. When I did this, I noticed that something was being detected. I couldn't tell what was being detected with my eyes as I scanned the area to the south to see what it might be.

To the south is a vacant field that I let become overgrown with grass for the cattle. The grass is about a foot tall and very solid, and even though the top vegitation is completely brown and dead, the undergrowth grass is still very fine and very green at about 3 inches in height.

I had been aiming my piezoseismic system out into the field for about 30 minutes or so without any signals being detected as I was running several new experiments on blocking terra firma radiation signals, and I had made some interesting discoveries; which I decided to postpone because all of a sudden the piezoseismic system started detecting something out there in the middle of this big field of which I could see nothing out there capable of causing such a disturbance to the piezoseismic system.

I first I thought that maybe a small region of land many miles to the south might be under momentary abnormal pressure causing the disturbance. So I decided to visually see what could be making such a disturbance. So, I set up the piezo-visual radiation detection system and looked to the south to see what I could see.

What I saw was a very wide and very tall radiation band existing about 4 feet above the field and extending very high into the sky. At about 50 feet away from me, the distance to the fence, the spread was about 30-40 feet wide, which is to wide for a Terra Firma disturbance at that short of a piezo-visual distance of 30-40 feet away.

I decided to move the directional dish further to the East and still keep it pointing to the South. Detection continued in that direction for about 40 feet, and then detection stopped. I then decided to move the directional dish back to the West and keep it pointing to the South to see if I could pinpoint where this disturbance was, and how far away it was. While moving the directional dish to the West, the signal stopped signalling before I got the directional dish back to the original point of discovery, which meant that what ever was causing the signal had either disappeared, or had moved. So, I started moving the directional dish back to the East, suddenly the signal was detected again.

Now, I decided to take a look using the piezoseismic visual system again, and I could see that whatever it was had moved to the East in the field, because the visual width was still the same but was now further to the East. Once I had decided approximately where the piezo-visual radiation target center was, I decided I would go out to that exact spot and see what was moving around under the foot tall grass that was bent over making a perfect canopy for something to travel under unseen by the naked eye, but fully detectable by its radiation to the piezo-visual system.

I walked out into the field where whatever it was had to be, and guess what? I had found a wild domestic farm cat that weighed about 9 pounds at the most. It took off running to the north, and was gone very quickly. I returned to the piezoseismic system to see if the disturbance was still back in that area that I had just come from, where the cat had been. There was no further signal coming from that area.

I decided to see if the piezoseismic system could still detect the cat in the direction to the north where it had disappeared to. There was no signal, and then I started turning the dish back towards the South when the signal was detected again to the East. So, I looked to the East and I could barely see with my own eyes that the cat was sitting up about 70 meters away cleaning itself over on a wood pile.

I decided to see if the radiation coming from the cat was the same at this distance as it had been before, while the cat was just sitting there cleaning itself with its tongue, and it was. The spread of visual radiation was about 30-40 feet wide at a 50 foot distance coming from the cat located at that approximate 70 meter distance. I watched the cat as it climbed down the wood pile and disappeared from eye sight. Even though I couldn't see the cat with my own eyes, the directional dish tracked it heading directly to the south, and piezo-visual detection of the radiation detected it heading south also.

I thought it was a very interesting discovery that a cat that weighed probably 9 pounds could be detected from such a distance; so I decided to record that scientific discovery here. People that are buried alive in mine cave-ins and in avalances could be pinpointed in such a way.

I wonder how far away a whale could be detected in the ocean, or a big foot out in the wild?
edit on 2-12-2010 by RussianScientists because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 12:29 AM
Yesterday, Aug 15th, 2011

Signal detected to the south.

Expecting small earthquake to strike in Oklahoma within a week.

I didn't go to track down the signal.

The signal was approximately 10 @ 1x.

Signal was straight south.

I didn't check out the pulses to see what day it was, or the strenghts and timings.

Checked out USGS site, and found out that no earthquakes occurred in Oklahoma during the last week.

posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 02:02 AM
My small earthquake struck as per my last post.

At 10AM on the 18th I put on my reading glasses and took a closer look at the piezoseismic graph. The pressure had increased only slighty. Actual reading on the other day where I made a mark on the graph was actually 8, today the pressure had increased at 10AM slightly to 7.5 (the lower the number - the higher the pressure. This can be seen in my videos listed below this post).

The following is per USGS.
Strike date and time at location: Thursday, August 18, 2011 at 11:50:51 AM at epicenter.
Location 42 miles SSW of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Magnitude M3.0

I predicted this earthquake accurately (small earthquake, south of Burrton, Kansas, and strike within a week) simply because earthquakes of all magnitudes are easy to detect before they strike.

I didn't go down and check out this earthquake and determine its depth and exact location, simply because I don't get paid to do it. But I could have done it, as you can see I had plenty of time to go down and check it all out.

I know a lot more stuff than what I've showed in this E. Research thread.

Have a great day my friends!!!

posted on Aug, 23 2011 @ 04:53 PM
Sent message to President Obama yesterday offering the USA my secret knowledge about earthquakes on how to detect all magnitudes of earthquakes before they strike at this address: www.whitehouse.gov...

Haven't heard back from them. Too bad, they could have detected the M5.8 earthquake that struck in the eastern USA today at least one day in advance and from hundreds of miles away.


The following is per USGS page:
Magnitude 5.8
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 01:51:04 PM at epicenter
Location 37.936°N, 77.933°W
Depth 6 km (3.7 miles)
8 km (5 miles) SSW (195°) from Mineral, VA
11 km (7 miles) SSE (148°) from Louisa, VA
29 km (18 miles) NE (45°) from Columbia, VA
35 km (22 miles) E (87°) from Lake Monticello, VA
61 km (38 miles) NW (317°) from Richmond, VA
135 km (84 miles) SW (217°) from Washington, DC
Depth +/- 3.1 km (1.9 miles)
Event ID: se082311a

On to the good news about my Earthquake Research notes here at ATS. Today was a very good day.
Today I was studying the M5.3 earthquake that struck down by Trinidad, Colorado.
Magnitude 5.3
Monday, August 22, 2011 at 11:46:19 PM at epicenter
Location 37.070°N, 104.700°W
Depth 4 km (2.5 miles)
15 km (9 miles) WSW of Trinidad, Colorado
33 km (20 miles) NW of Raton, New Mexico
54 km (33 miles) S of Walsenburg, Colorado
290 km (180 miles) S of DENVER, Colorado
Event ID usc0005idz

This Trinidad, Colorado earthquake was magnificent. This particular earthquake was caused by "magma" pressure on the subsurface strata. I could see the radiation given off by the pressure given off by the magma in the volcanic pipe. It was magnificent that I could witness all of this radiation refraction even on the wall at approximately 10 feet away; even though in actuality I was many miles away from the earthquake event.

I could see that the volcanic pipe was full of magma and was approximately 6" wide on the wall. The magma pipe was extremely deep, and I mean deep. I don't know how many tens of miles that I looked down into the earth, but it was deep, and it just seemed like it kept going and going. The strata at the top of the magma pipe that ruptured was very wide, about 1.5 feet in depth and about 7 feet across on the wall at approximately 10 feet away. From that running down the wall was the volcanic pipe about 6" wide.

The pressure from this event started releasing at approximately 12:30 Central Time. By 12:50 Central Time all of the pressure was gone. At which time 12:51 Central Time the M5.8 earthquake struck in Virginia as per USGS above.

In other words, it was a GOOOOOD Day for piezo seismology.

posted on Sep, 7 2011 @ 03:30 PM
September 7th, 2011 2:30PM

Got out my piezoseismic equipment and fired it up.

Signal detected to the North of Burrton. Signal is very weak, meaning that the signal is coming from a long distance to the North.

Correct signal is: 9 @ X/1000

I didn't check the pusle to see what day it was in the pulse cycle, and I didn't go run down the signal to see where the epicenter is since it is so far away. Just inserting this for reference for when something does occur within a week.

The following data is current USGS data of nearby earthquakes that have recently occurred in Oklahoma:

MAG UTC DATE-TIME y/m/d h:m:s LATdeg LON deg DEPTH km/(miles from)LOCATION

MAP 2.8 2011/09/06 00:19:08 35.615 -96.781 4.7 4 km ( 2 mi) E of Sparks, OK
MAP 2.7 2011/09/05 13:51:30 35.524 -97.375 3.3 2 km ( 1 mi) NNW of Spencer, OK
MAP 2.8 2011/09/05 01:40:29 35.664 -97.222 3.1 3 km ( 2 mi) W of Luther, OK
MAP 2.5 2011/09/01 05:04:52 35.657 -97.298 3.2 3 km ( 2 mi) ESE of Arcadia, OK

posted on Sep, 10 2011 @ 04:20 PM
Signal still holding at 9 @ X/1000

posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 04:55 PM
Weak signal still holding at 9 @ X/1000. Visual direction is still North of Burrton, Kansas.

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