posted on May, 11 2011 @ 07:08 PM
S&F for you OP, because I was thinking seriously of spamming posts just to get to the 20 required post count so that I could show this exact same
data, while constantly trying to make a few calculations on the matter.
See, I live in the central midwest, not too terribly far from the New Madrid. With the animal announcement of FEMA running their drill this month
(announced last december if I remember correctly) along with animal die-offs, requisitions for supplies, etc., I have been worried about something
going on and therefore began watching the magnetometer closely starting the first of the month.
The same display above can be seen for both the quakes in Haiti and the one more recently in Japan. One of the other above posters is correct in the
fact that it takes a while to "power up". I was actually trying to get the magnetometer site to load (its been REALLY slow for me both on my phone
and PC today) to figure out the number of hours I might have until something big hits...then you posted this topic.
Here is my data for the prior two mentioned big quakes showing magnotometer fluctuations like the one above (the nice big wave that looks like the
waveform of haarp's earthquake song). They are +/- an hour or so due to the magnetometer graph not showing the best intervals of time on their x
Haiti quake: 43 hours of a full "power on" from the time the signal first showed up at the 2hz frequency to the point the frequency shut down on
the day of the Haiti quake. (note that in this instance the power density ended several hours before the quake)
Japan quake: 34 hours of full "power on" from the time the signal first showed up ath the 2.5hz frequency until a point three hours after the japan
quake, at which point the frequency turns to a (more) "normal" looking series of spikes.
Meaning that on average (from just the data collected, I have a few too many things on my plate to dig deeper at this time) it needs well over a day
to kick in completely, and could need as many as 2 to 3 days to fully trigger an event.
[Preface: I'm no scientist, but the following is what I can dig up on reading this damn thing]
As for what the hell this chart is/means, its a graphical representation of the magnetosphere (shown in Hz on the y axis) and the power spectral
density of the area plotted (by color) measured over time (the x axis).
The interesting thing is, that the power spectral density is measured in V squared over Hz, which is the measurement notation used when measuring the
voltage signal of the spectral density.
As I'm strapped for time, that pretty much shows me that it's either reading the magnetosphere all normal-like (not my taste) or it's transmitting
some high-powered signals on multiple bands at 1.8Hz, 2.2Hz, 3.0Hz, and 3.5Hz.
I'm not going to lie, I'm a bit scared, and the BoB is definately getting a good looksie-over. If something does happen, my bet is on friday night
or saturday morning (CST) based on what we have above.
If nothing happens, then awesome. However, I will be just a fractionally bit dissapointed, because in all honestly I'm tired of waiting for SHTF.
Either poop or get off the pot.