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Solar storm, CME, Geomagnetic storm, Earthquakes connection !!

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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 12:55 PM
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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 01:23 PM
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First of all, spell check and proof read. Secondly I completely agree with your theory. I have been watching the real time magnetosphere for the past 2 years and have studied earthquake activity after each storm. 100% of the time there is a storm of earthquakes around the ring of fire within 1-7 days of the geomagnetic storm. I think the solar maximum coming in 2012-2013 is going to be devastating to the globe, because of global blackouts and epic earthquakes. Good luck to all



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 01:28 PM
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Yes, since we are moving toward solar maximum it can be expected that we will see more solar activity. Does that mean more earthquakes? Direct evidence does not seem to indicate so.
www.abovetopsecret.com...

It's like when you're getting in the shower (A) and the phone rings (B). Most of the time it doesn't happen but when it does it's really annoying and you are made particularly aware of it. Does it mean that getting into the shower induces someone (anyone) to call you at that moment? What about all those times you get into the shower and the phone doesn't ring? Is something preventing those people from calling at that moment? Is the correlation of (A) and (B) of any significance?

Now, let's say it's your birthday and you've got a lot of friends and family. All these people are calling to offer you their best wishes. You're getting a lot more calls than you normally do. The chances are greatly increased that just as you step into the shower someone will call. On your birthday the chances of (B) following (A) are increased.

Do you understand what's happening? Two unrelated events which, when they occur simultaneously, you notice more than you normally would. Now if you increase the frequency of just one of those events. You increase the chances that both will occur at the same time.

Now, instead of getting into the shower we have an earthquake (A) and instead of a phone call we have solar activity (B). When there isn't much solar activity (solar minimum) there are just as many earthquakes as there ever are (see above link). Sometimes an earthquake follows solar activity and sometimes it doesn't. But what happens at solar maximum? That phone is ringing (B) a lot more often. Because there is more solar activity, the chances that an earthquake will follow it are increased, even though the earthquake would have happened anyway. The correlation is dependent upon the frequency of only one of the events. Now, if the occurrence of (A) and (B) increase and decrease together the correlation is stronger (though causation is still not implied). But in the case of earthquakes and solar activity that relationship is not seen. All we see is that sometimes an earthquake occurs after solar activity, the same way that sometimes the phone rings when you step into the shower.
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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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I respect your opinion, however, not once did I say that these earthquakes would not have happened if there were no geo storms. I was purely stating that there are "storms" of earthquakes after geomagnetic storms, and probably CME's too. When a CME heads towards Earth, the energy must go somewhere, I believe it goes into the Earth's crust and then is dispersed throughout the globe via earthquakes.

Respects



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 02:29 PM
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If solar and geomagnetic activity were linked to earthquakes there would be an increase in earthquake activity at solar maximum. As the thread I linked shows, there is not.
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posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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SOHO from 2000 to 2009 10min



secchi.nrl.navy.mil...
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posted on Jul, 18 2011 @ 12:07 PM
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posted on Jul, 30 2011 @ 06:32 PM
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Connection of solar flares, geomagnetic storm end earthquakes ..

I be positive long time ago, what do you think because so mach members say no connection ..

Today Japan hi M 6.4, last one of 6.4 + happened before 7 days ..

18:53:51 UTC 04hr 22min ago 36.94 N 141.11 E 42 6.4 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN 2011-07-30

www.emsc-csem.org...

Here is geomagnetic storm at 18:53:51 UTC
www2.nict.go.jp...





Please all watch movies last 7 days (or only March 10 end 11, 2011) before Japan hit catastrophic earthquake, so "Extreme" geomagnetic storm end pressure what hit Earth somewhere must respond .. (25 h - 60 h from Sun to Earth, depending on the speed )

2011-03-11 05:46:23.0 UTC, is time when hit 9.0 in Japan ..
www2.nict.go.jp...



The Earth's magnetic field is the conduit which facilitates charged particles from the Sun to human disturbance. It is this very same conduit which steers Earth's natural earth changing events such as climate, weather, earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, hurricanes etc.
This study suggests humans may be genetically pre-disposed to the influence by geomagnetic flux as it relates to the Earth's magnetic field and charged particles such as solar flares, coronal mass ejections, gamma rays, and galactic cosmic rays.



www.truthwinds.com...
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posted on Jul, 30 2011 @ 07:01 PM
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I wish the people who make these videos would decide if they want to inform/teach the public... or play music. I absolutely HATE it when the music drowns someone out while talking. Grrrrr.



posted on Jul, 30 2011 @ 07:42 PM
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But what about the other earthquakes?

Like the 6.7 near Fiji yesterday?

Or the 5.1 near Japan yesterday?

Or the 5.6 near Chile on the 28th?

Or the two 6.2's near Papua New Guinea earlier this week?

Where were all the big devastating earthquakes during the peak of the last solar maximum in 1998-2004?

Why don't all those geomagnetic storms count when people say earthquakes are caused by the sun???



posted on Jul, 30 2011 @ 10:28 PM
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What about the solar storm of march 13, 1989, that caused the Quebec blackout? There were no major earthquakes recorded after this event, only some 6+ quakes according to USGS
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theX34 flare of october 29, 2003 halloween solar storm, any major quakes then??
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the X2 flare of august 2, 1972, the Space Age Storm?earthquakes
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July 14, 2000, the Bastille Day Storm? earthquakes

I found this on solar storms, top 10 solar storms, those should show some major quakes according to your theory?
Im still searching, let me know if you find some correlations between these events
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posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 11:25 AM
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With all due respect, there is conflicting studies that state there are correlations, although not as simple as "solar flare = earthquake".


We present the study of 682 earthquakes of ¡Ý4.0 magnitude observed during January 1991 to January 2007 in the light of solar flares observed by GOES and SOXS missions in order to explore the possibility of any association between solar flares and earthquakes. Our investigation preliminarily shows that each earthquake under study was preceded by a solar flare of GOES importance B to X class by 10-100 hrs. However, each flare was not found followed by earthquake of magnitude ¡Ý4.0. We classified the earthquake events with respect to their magnitude and further attempted to look for their correlation with GOES importance class and delay time. We found that with the increasing importance of flares the delay in the onset of earthquake reduces. The critical X-ray intensity of the flare to be associated with earthquake is found to be ~10-6 Watts/m2. On the other hand no clear evidence could be established that higher importance flares precede high magnitude earthquakes. Our detailed study of 50 earthquakes associated with solar flares observed by SOXS mission and other wavebands revealed many interesting results such as the location of the flare on the Sun and the delay time in the earthquake and its magnitude. We propose a model explaining the charged particles accelerated during the solar flare and released in the space that undergone further acceleration by interplanetary shocks and produce the ring current in the earth's magnetosphere, which may enhance the process of tectonics plates motion abruptly at fault zones. It is further proposed that such sudden enhancement in the process of tectonic motion of plates in fault zones may increase abruptly the heat gradients on spatial (dT/dx) and temporal (dT/dt) scales responsible for earthquakes.


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It is further proposed that such sudden enhancement in the process of tetonic motion of plates in fault zones may increase abruptly the heat gradients on spatial (dT/dx) and temporal (dT/dt) scales responsible for earthquakes.

Harvard University - Link Between Solar Flares and Earthquakes


another study on earthquake and solar flares


The observed temporal clustering of Fig. 4 shows that the rate of flare occurrence decreases in time as a power law after a ”mainflare”. Since the same behaviour is found for seismic sequences, here we propose that the mechanism at the basis of seismic energy redistribution can be responsible for ”afterflare” occurrence. In particular magnetic stress transfer in Solar Corona plays the role of elastic stress redistribution on the Earth crust.
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posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 11:35 AM
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Our investigation preliminarily shows that each earthquake under study was preceded by a solar flare of GOES importance B to X class by 10-100 hrs. However, each flare was not found followed by earthquake of magnitude ¡Ý4.0
A correlation is found when an earthquake sometimes follows a flare within a range of 10-100 hours? Shower syndrome.


Our detailed study of 50 earthquakes associated with solar flares observed by SOXS mission and other wavebands revealed many interesting results such as the location of the flare on the Sun and the delay time in the earthquake and its magnitude.
They then hand pick 50 of those "correlations" to study in detail?

Sorry. Not a lot to go on.
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posted on Sep, 2 2013 @ 06:10 PM
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