reply to post by snakewrath
Snakewrath, obviously you have a hard time putting two and two together. Here is your quote:
"So, show your qualification right here now.
What are magnitudes and where are epicenters next week, next month?"
My qualifications are scientific. I don't pull rabbits out of hats like magicians do for people. I study only the region around me, and linked
regions in the distance. If you wanted to study the region around you, then you would be able to study the region around you. I don't have to make
any predictions. I just study what the ground shows me, its called E. research (real science), and the ground is very interesting to study, as well
as the air above the ground.
Basically you have a piezoseismic system, you fire it up, using a weak system, and if the signal is strong then you increase the strength of the
system to counterbalance the Earth's background radiation. Once equalibrium is obtained then you know the "exact" amount of piezo-radiation
pressure at your location. Piezo-radiation pressure can be "exactly measured" at "any location".
Even though you're measuring piezo-radiation you're still taking seismic measurements, because the piezoseismic system detects "all movements
(slow and lightening fast)" of all of the Earths strata within many miles of you for earthquake type pressures; smaller pressures can be measured to,
but they aren't detectable for any great distance.
A train's rumbling pressure can only be detected for about a mile in distance, while a vehicle can be detected out to about 100 meters. A human
being jumping up and down can be detected out to tens of meters only. These types of pressures are very small in area, and are very weak when
measured by a piezo-seismic system. If a small silent earthquake is taking place nearby, these (train, vehicle, human) small seismic pressures are
reduced considerably in size, if not entirely not detectable. Large silent earthquake pressures from a hundred miles away will eliminate these
pressures from being detected. Large silent earthquake produce pressures that are detectable and can be measured out to hundreds of miles from the
epicenter, and this is easily proven all the way to and from the epicenters of earthquakes.
Just about any time the USGS shows that an earthquake has just struck, you usually have hours to go out and detect the pressure piezoseismically from
that earthquake even though it has already struck. The reason why you usually have hours to go and prove that an earthquake struck in that region is
because the Earth's substrata is still settling back into place. Therefore, if the USGS posts a magnitude M2.2 earthquake hit 40 miles from you, if
you set up the piezoseismic system, and the signal is still there, and its not overpowered by another signal, you will be able to take piezoseismic
readings all the way to the epicenter, simply because the piezoseismic signal will get stronger and stronger as you approach the epicenter.
Once you have the piezoseismic system over the epicenter, all directions outward from the piezoseismic system are less in pressure. If you continue
outwards from the epicenter and take piezoseismic readings about every 300 meters pretty soon you will notice an area where the pressure will drop off
to nothing almost instantly. If you have been traveling on flat ground, the distance from the "no pressure zone" back to the epicenter gives you
the exact depth to the hypocenter below the epicenter.
It is all science, and it can be proven time after time, every time the USGS puts an earthquake posting out on its site; simply because anyone in that
region will still probably have hours to map that earthquake no matter what magnitude the earthquake is, that is if they have a powerful enough
piezoseismic system, because the more powerful the earthquake signal the more powerful the piezosiesmic system has to be. High pressure injection
wells do cut the length of time down considerably, you may be lucky to have one hour to go out and map an earthquake if its in an area where there are
high pressure injection well.
As for the other part that you mentioned, I didn't predict it, and I didn't say that I predicted it, I just wrote down exactly what happened, and
exactly when it happened.
Earthquakes of all magnitudes are scientifically mappable before and after they strike, the areas of strength and of weakness look exactly like USGS
earthquake strength maps; except piezo-seismic maps are pure exact mathematical measurements taken from exact locations showing the exact seismicity
at that . A destructive earthquake can't strike without it being detected well before it strikes (usually a day to a week in advance) unless its
from an extraterrestrial object, or if its caused by humans (blasting and bombs). Large destructive near surface earthquakes grow in pressure.