posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 01:07 PM
Originally posted by brummie
reply to post by JakiusFogg
Given that Japan has so many magnitude 7 or above earthquakes, anyone can have a stab at guessing and "predicting" when the next one will happen.
Another thing - predicting a magnitude 7 earthquake is NOT the same as predicting an 8 or 9 earthquake. On the Richter Scale 7, 8, and 9 are nowhere
near each other. A magnitude 7 to 7.4 earthquake releases hundreds of kilotons of energy. A magnitude 7.5 to 9.2 earthquake releases up to hundreds of
MEGA tons of energy.
The waves from the tsunami caused by the 7.2 earthquake on Wednesday 9th March were only an inch high, whereas the waves from tsunami caused by
Friday's 8.9 earthquake were at least 30 feet high. If someone claims to have foreseen a magnitude 7+ earthquake then they *did not* predict what
actually happened on Friday.
Again, I know that YOU personally didn't claim to dream about or specifically predict a magnitude 7 earthquake. I mention all these Richter scale
numbers to make a point about why predictions need to be more specific and accurate, and how vague dreams or predictions give us nothing useful before
or after the event.
One last thing about you or others mentioning Richter magnitudes of 7+, for the purposes of prediction what is "7+"? Is it 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, etc? Is it
7.5, 8.0, 8,5 or above? This matters because 7.4 is much smaller in energy than 8.9.
Brummie, I think you are getting too hung up on this Richter scale analysis.
Yes we know that a Magnitude 9 quake (upgraded by Japan's Meterological Agency) is 1000's of times more powerful than a 7.
But please review what JakiusFogg actually wrote:
Originally posted by JakiusFogg
On it I saw a LARGE RED square surrounded by many other smaller squares just of the east coast of Japan. The thing was this square was much larger
than the normal size square USGS put up for a 7+
Normally would not think much of this, but this was one of those that sticks clearly in my mind, and I can still see with my waking eye.
So Jakius Fogg is not merely seeing something that is above 7+ but is seeing the "square" as being much bigger.....which would the case in a
Also note that Jakius Fogg is only seeing the Earthquake map.....he is not seeing the actual event......so not dreaming the tsunami in no way
discredits what Jakius did actually dream.
No you can argue that a "prediction" is really a prediction unless the date and magnitude are also forseen......but that said I know of no one on
this Earth that can predict this on a regular basis..........and that is why I pour scorn on anyone that is taking this March 15 pole shift date
There is a guy called Chris Robinson, who has been filmed and tested by Dr Gary Schwartz in what has become to be known as the "Arizona
Experiment"......where Chris seems to have dreams of the future.
Chis took par in the Arizona Experiment in August 2001......and the astonishing thing is that Chris mentioned to Gary that he saw planes crashing into
buildings and asked Gary if it was part of the experiment!
Chris is a very interesting case give that some Police Forces in the UK have been so impressed with his "warnings" before the event ,,,,,,,that they
have actually called upon his services to help them.
I recommend you Google this guy.........to me it's strong evidence that such predictive dreaming can indeed take place..