Statistical relationship of strong earthquakes with planetary geomagnetic field activity
Earlier studies reported a significant decrease in the geomagnetic field before strong earthquakes. Possible relationships between earthquakes with magnitude greater than 7 (Soviet scale) and planetary terrestrial magnetic field activity as characterized by the K sub p index were investigated. A total of 100 cases of strong earthquakes on magnetically quiet days in 1965 to 1975 were studied. The K sub p indexes were studied for two days before and two days after the earthquakes. The dispersion curve shows a significant decrease one day before each event. The relationship of the planetary K sub p index with seismic activity indicates that the period of preparation for an earthquake and at the moment of the shock are reflected in the terrestrial magnetic field.
The magnetic poles are far more restless. They move under the influence of the dynamo currents in the Earth's core, as well as electric currents flowing in the ionosphere, the radiation belts and the Earth's magnetosphere. The North magnetic pole seems to be moving northward at an average rate of 10 kilometers per year. Yet there is also some elliptical motion to this general trend. On any given day, the magnetic pole may be as much as 80 kilometers away from its average position, depending on the geomagnetic disturbances in the ionosphere and magnetosphere.
Experimental studies of the features of artificial ionospheric turbulence was performed at the “Sura” heating facility in August 1998 using numerous diagnostic tools, such as scintillation, chirp-sounding, backscattering, and stimulated electromagnetic emission (SEE) measurements, as well as sounding a HF-disturbed volume (DV) by probing waves. It has been found that generation of strong artificial large-scale irregularities (ALSIs), which manifest themselves through the F-spread on ionograms, scintillations of the satellite signal propagated through the DV, and amplitude fluctuations of the probing wave sounding the DV, is observed not only for an overdense heating, at fo≤foF2, but also at higher frequencies fo>foF2≥f uh (here fo is the pump-wave frequency, foF2 is the critical frequency of the F2-layer for O-mode electromagnetic wave, and f uh is the plasma frequency at the upper-hybrid resonance height). This means that transfer of the pump-wave energy in the plasma due to the development of thermal parametric (resonance) instability, rather than thermal self-focussing instability, plays the key role in the ALSI generation in the case where the O-mode HF wave is used for the overdense heating. This conclusion is also confirmed by the fact that the ALSI generation is suppressed in the gyroharmonic frequency range, which is similar to the well-studied quenching of the downshifted maximum (DM) in SEE spectra. In this paper, we discuss new ALSI features revealed by the measurements, as well as the limits by which one can control the ALSI spectrum using complex pumping schemes.
"Others [terrorists] are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves… So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations…It's real, and that's the reason why we have to intensify our[counterterrorism] efforts." Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen at an April 1997 counterterrorism conference sponsored by former Senator Sam Nunn. Quoted from DoD
Also about whether or not HAARP could generate enough energy to trigger an EQ. First realize that HAARP can generate 70,000 times the amount of energy an average radio station can and focus it on one spot of the ionosphere. The above quote shows that existing solar energy is being used. I read that the HAARP signal can in effect be multiplied by 1000 in the ionosphere. Resonance could also be a multipling factor.
You got a source link for that? I would be needing a bit more than hearsay.
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Video of 7.4 from NKH with huge flash of blue light on the horizon, does anyone have an theories to what the flash was?edit on 7-4-2011 by Wewillallbefree because: (no reason given)edit on 7-4-2011 by Wewillallbefree because: (no reason given)