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Originally posted by redxiii
I just woke up to an earthquake, not the biggest, a 3.0, but perhaps it was foreshock
Originally posted by discl0sur3
Originally posted by Phage
So what's the window on this. I mean, two hours, six, a day, a week? A 2.5 quake? 4.0?
If any earthquake of any magnitude happens within the next month is it going to be, "See! Remember the cloud! The earthquake! It can't be a coincidence!"
Lol...I believe a prediction could be considered accurate if the phenomenon occurs within a reasonable timeframe of the actual predicted event. In this case, let's take into consideration that the previous two earthquakes happened within an hour of the rainbow.
It's safe to say that today's event is more than likely unrelated at this point however; the swarm of 20+ earthquakes that occurred along the west coast today may be associated.
If this is the case it would seem to suggest that the magnitude, at least, has little or no effect on the appearance of this phenomenon.
[edit on 14-5-2010 by discl0sur3]
Originally posted by operation mindcrime
reply to post by fleabit
Well slap my *ss and call me Sally Fleabit is in on it as well!!
This is turning out to be a freaking reunion. How are you doing?
But i have to disagree with you there..
Since there is absolutely nothing linking rainbows in the clouds and earthquakes
It must be nice to have these kinds of certainties? Are you sure you have read all the science associated with this phenomenon? I know there has been a show of it on Discovery channel if this better fits your window of reference?
Originally posted by Liamoville
You know why this isn't going to happen? because its been posted on ATS.
I've never seen a prediction come true in 4 years on this site.