Originally posted by ALLis0NE
WTF you talking about.. after my post there was 3 earthquakes in California just like I predicted...
I'm sorry ALLisONE, but I really must raise the BS flag on this thread.
Seriously, predicting earthquakes in California?
I am not ambivalent to the uncanny powers of those who truly foresee events in the future, my Sis is one of them. Her constancy is about 90% correctly
predicted to date.
But she provides (or, to be more accurate, she is provided
with) specifics; i.e. location, the person or persons involved, time frame
(sometimes she is told the date exactly, other times it is generalized or approximated)
Ahhh. But I see now that you claim to use some hitherto unknown (and only available to you) advanced calculation to make your predictions.
Very hush, hush and shrouded in mystery .....
Um, yeah ... It's called "Statistical Probabilities". I had that class first year of college.
So did these guys ... Or do you claim to have a higher mathematical aptitude than these scientists who spent 7 years of higher learning to obtain
Here is a link to the U.S. Geological Survey website (this page is as it states, facts and statistics):
Earthquake Facts and Statistics
Please find this quote:
The USGS estimates that several million earthquakes occur in the world each year. Many go undetected because they hit remote areas or have very small
magnitudes. The NEIC now locates about 50 earthquakes each day, or about 20,000 a year.
50 each day .... predicting that first three isn't so special now, is it?
Please note that there are, on average:
- 13,000 quakes of M4-M4.9 per year
- 1,319 quakes of M5-M5.9 per year
- 134 quakes of M6-M6.9 per year
Oh, you also predicted and increase, is that right?
So, You like math, do you?
Me too. Comes in handy when testing hypothesis in theoretical physics.
Well ... let's do a simple computation. Are you with me?
Find the chart at the bottom of the page there is the totals from the year 2000 up to current for this year. Divide the previous year's count (2009)
by 4 and that would be the average for three months. (Hey, maybe you can use your advanced calculation technique here to solve for X?)
You'll find we are behind last years average.
But this, quoted from your post, is by far the most egregious of all:
I would have saved 38 lives if they would have been "on their toes" like I requested the entire world to be.
Your arrogance is only surpassed by your narcissism.
Here's my prediction:
Have a care lest your Id will grow so large that the ego it feeds on will need to relocate to a new zip code.