posted on Apr, 18 2010 @ 11:48 PM
I’d like to start off this thread by saying that it took me quite some time and a lot of observation to see the correlation that I’m about to
layout. At first, I wasn’t sure if it was just some anomaly, coincidence or pure luck, but now, I am confident that it is a real connection between
the earth and the sun and seismic activity. There is a lot more to the hardcore science, and I realize that I can’t simply explain what it is that
is happening, but I can definitely say that there is a connection.
Many people have laughed and tried to say that “their” science was the only science. A lot of armchair scientists who have never taken a real
physics class in their lifetime like to speak a lot of things they just simply do not know. The idea that solar flares, coronal mass ejections and
solar prominences could create such chaos here on earth destroys many beliefs that people have, but we can no longer argue facts and data. I’m not
by any means saying that all seismic activity is related to the sun. This is simply to point out what I have observed.
By watching spaceweather.com for several years, and observing USGS data for a similar period of time, I was able to get a perspective on things that I
don’t think too many people were looking for. It just kind of surfaced from being curious about the two and the 2012 phenomenon, thinking it had
more to do with patterns of solar and cosmological activity than anything else. It appears through these observations that within approximately 1-3
days of a solar event, seismic activity, greater than in previous days or weeks when no solar events are occurring, are occurring in greater frequency
during the period of interaction with the earth’s systems. (gravitational, magnetic, ionic, etc.) If you aren’t looking at the days before AND the
days after, you would probably never notice the correlation.
The two pieces of information I’m including relate information that you can find yourself on the spaceweather.com (to be referred to as SW) archives
and the USGS site. Keeping in mind that the earth spans multiple time zones means you can be in one day or the other depending on location means that
there is a degree or lag in some cases, but the reason is not known. I have not used every seismic event for this correlation, but have used enough of
the most prominent ones that were reported to make this case. (some data can be harder to dig up) This took a long time to put together, so please
think and do your own research before trying to discredit any of it.
So, without further adieu, I present my evidence that solar activity is connected to seismic activity:
1/2/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind to reach earth on 1/3/09 or 1/4/09.
1/3/09 – USGS - 7.7 – Papua, Indonesia
1/3/09 – USGS – 6.6 – Hindu Kush, Afghanistan
1/4/09 – USGS – 4.3 - Greece
1/5/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind could reach earth on or about 1/8/09.
1/8/09 – USGS – 6.1 – Costa Rica
1/15/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind to reach earth 1/18/09 or 1/19/09.
1/19/09 – USGS – 6.6 – Southeast of the Loyalty Islands
2/17/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind to reach earth on or about 2/20/09
2/20/09 – USGS – 5.5 – Pakistan
3/3/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind to reach earth on or about 3/3/09.
3/6/09 – USGS – 6.5 – North of Svalbard.
3/15/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind to arrive on or about 3/19/09
3/19/09 – USGS – 7.6 – Tonga
4/4/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind to reach earth on or about 4/8/09 or 4/09/09.
4/6/09 – USGS – 6.3 – Central Italy
4/7/09 – USGS – 6.9 – Kuril Islands
4/7/09 – USGS – 5.5 – Central Italy
4/9/09 – USGS – 5.1 – India-Pakistan border
4/15/09 – SW reports CME; solar wind to reach earth on or about 4/16/09 or 4/17/09
4/16/09 – USGS – 6.7 – Sandwich Islands
4/16/09 – USGS – 5.2 – Hindu Kush, Afghanistan
4/16/09 – USGS – 5.1 – Hindu Kush, Afghanistan
4/16/09 – USGS – 6.6 – Kuril Islands