reply to post by webpirate
And we just recently had a large solar flare.
I know, I know. Very soon one member of ATS (who I will not name, but everyone knows who he is) will be on here trying to debunk the whole correlation
between solar flares and earthquakes, but he's wrong. Even the top scientists are now admitting (this past year) that there is much more of a link
between solar flares and earthquakes than they previously realized.
I just finished listening to a long, long interview by Mitch Battros, a person who has been doing science reporting on earth changes for a long time,
and HE said that even the top most scientists are now changing their views about the sun and links to earthquakes.
(Battros runs earthchangesmedia.com. He also works with the Red Cross and FEMA, too, which is how he got started.)
Battros said that Peter Nelson, one of the top 2 scientists who study the earth's core, says that there is now reliable evidence that shows that
solar flares affect the earth's core, which then affect the earthquake and volcano activity.
He said that most definitely, reviewing all the latest scientific data, that solar flares ARE correlated with higher numbers and stronger
That same ATS member who is always trying to debunk the sun-earthquake connection always insists that the number of earthquakes has not been
increasing; he says that it only LOOKS like that earthquakes are increasing, because of better reporting and more sensors. Well, Mitch Battros also
debunks that, too. He said that even if you take into account the fact that we have more sensors, and better communications....the number of
earthquakes are STILL increasing.
He talks all about it in his June 7th interview. You can download it if you are a streamlink member. I would embed the interview, but I don't know
He was also on on August 3rd, but it was a shorter interview that night. He went into much more depth on June 7th about the sun-earthquake link.
[edit on 13-8-2010 by nikiano]