posted on Jan, 27 2011 @ 05:53 PM
Who to believe? A NC videographer who has looked at a few websites and tries to guess what it all means, or someone who has the knowledge to really
know what it mean?
I'll stick with the experts.
Really, this guy doesn't get anything right. He even thinks the sun is not coming up in the same place everyday! Which isn't news, because it
doesn't come up in the same place or even at the same time everyday, and it never has.
If this guy doesn't know the really basic science behind where and why the sun moves like it does, how do you expect him to know how to read a
seismograph? This is a really complex piece of equipment, that shows lots of things to the right person. This is not the right person. I know
this person, through many names and accounts, and he doesn't get anything right.
Back to the matter at hand, there are lots of seismology sites around. Check them out if you want to know what is normal and what is not. I just saw
a show today about the "Ring of Fire", an almost global circle of volcanic and earthquakes through many countries and continents. It goes through
Alaska, and they have a normal 1500+ earthquakes a year. If there is an earthquake anywhere along the ring, there will be reactions everywhere around
the ring. The earth is a chaotic, dynamic (both science terms) place, and no one can plan for or predict an earthquake.
And you cannot become a seismologist behind a monitor.
ADDED: Here's someone who knows the science and how to figure averages that truely mean something.
EREAL SCIENCE ABOUT EARTHQUAKES
edit on 27-1-2011 by stars15k because: able to produce a good link