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Originally posted by OoohLaDeDa
Before the Japan quake I started getting wierd dizzy spells and nausea. After the quake it went away.
Now its back and stronger than ever. I will not be suprised if there is not another quake, but much stronger than the Japanese one.
Anyone else having these sort of sensations.
Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
reply to post by kro32
You actually cant say that scientifically, can you?
No, you really cant. Because even if a perfectly controlled study were done, it would still only say on average that feelings cannot predict quakes, and it would not preclude the possibility of any one individual being able to predict a quake.
Mind you, I love science, I just dislike when people who stump for science try to pretend that science can say things it actually cannot.
Common toads appear to be able to sense an impending earthquake and will flee their colony days before the seismic activity strikes.
The evidence comes from a population of toads which left their breeding colony three days before an earthquake that struck L'Aquila in Italy in 2009.
How toads sensed the quake is unclear, but most breeding pairs and males fled.
They reacted despite the colony being 74km from the quake's epicentre, say biologists in the Journal of Zoology.