reply to post by Phage
Wow Phage, this is all you've got to back up your claims?
First, you use the kp index from 20+ years ago to say that if it doesn't happen all the time for every event in lock step than it must be wrong, then
you change to an argument using ion density for one specific event and call my data inaccurate? Out of respect for you, I won't laugh, but come on
man, read my original post.... I clearly stated that not all events are related, some quakes occur for other reasons and I also didn't say it was
specific to the ion density, solar wind, gravity, magnetism or anything else of that specificity.
What I did put in to the post was an observation of events that shows that at different times, there is a correlation that possibly demonstrates that
there could be a transfer of energy in one form or another that is assisting in the seismic activity here on earth based on the events of the sun.
There are CMEs that do not point at earth or where the earth never passes through the solar wind, therefore it is accurate to say that not every solar
event has seismic effects here. There are also terra events that occur that have nothing to do with activity on that sun, but are related to the OTHER
energy movements and seismic events here, so they must also be excluded from the theory. If that came across any other way than what I just stated,
than I truly do apologize because that wasn't my intentions. But for you to ignore what I'm showing and not even consider that there are much larger
forces at work than just the kp index or the ionic density of the solar wind, I think you should seriously reconsider your position.
I've always liked you and your work here, but I'm not the only one who sees this, I just pointed it out on a much larger scale. 20 years ago, it was
1000 times harder to see any kind of relationship between these two sets of data, but because of how information is available today, you can cast a
much wider net and see things in a much different perspective. In a field of study, one rarely looks outside of that field and I have seen this with
many colleagues that study microbiology and care nothing about the innards of chemistry, and chemists who care nothing for the innards of physics.
Yet, the smartest person I've known was the one who could relate the innards of all three and more, and make sense of it. I'm not implying that I'm
smarter than anyone else. This is just the events I've observed and I'm sure I could find more correlations as time goes on and much stronger
supporting data and arguments. I've only taken the little time I have outside of a grueling job and family to show what most people already are
sensing, which is that maybe, just maybe, there is a reason why the ancients considered the sun their God and perhaps the relationship between it and
the earth is a little more complex than two graphs of an interpretation of data.
Rather than try to knock what I'm presenting, you should consider what may be outside of your box.
Much respect and admiration my friend.