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Researchers like Ian Xel Lungold and Dr. Carl Johan Callerman,
The Mayan end date is October 28, 2011 and not December 21, 2012.
His main goal is to interpret the whole history of humans, life, the earth and Cosmos from the Long Count Calendar (mixed with some Aztec beliefs as well, never mind that the Aztecs did not use the Long Count calendar).
Calleman’s view of the Long Count calendar is, of course, not well attuned with established Mayanist views. To be honest, it is complete BS like the rest of the 2012 end date nonsense.
Hey no big deal but I was right about the increased EQ activity, there were 3 6.2+ EQ's today and yesterday due to the large Mclass flare and geomagnetic storm that followed. I'm telling you, solar flares and geomagnetic storms affect our tectonic plates in some way. /quote]
Earthquake activity is not up. There may be clusters of events from time to time, but that is normal with random events.
I believe when a solar flare hits the magnetosphere, the Earth absorbs some of the energy and then releases it via earthquakes and possibly volcanoes.
Do you have any idea how little energy transfer there is? It is tiny compared to the energy of a quake.
Volcanic activity has been fairly constant for decades.
Earthquakes and volcanic activity is not changing. Yet the Sun changes in a well established cycle.
Did you guys know that 13 out of the 16 super volcanoes are showing activity as of March 11, 2011?
Got any proof of this?
My prediction is that this solar minimum is going to cause solar flares so bad they are going to cause these super volcanoes to go off, Yellowstone is 40,000 years overdue! /quote]
Why do you think a time of solar minimum is going to be a time of great solar activity? Isn't that backwards?
Also, Yellowstone is not overdue. The events are not like clockwork.
Originally posted by JaqueFresco
reply to post by BattleStarGal
Funny you say this because there was a large M9.3 solar flare on Friday night. Also, we are having a geomagnetic storm as you made this thread. I am predicting increased seismic activity for the next week. Possibly a volcanic eruption. No star, no flag
The suns activity is picking up, being in a solar minimum for some reason causes more flares and geomagnetic storms, it is ass backwards.
Are you sure that solar flares don't effect tectonic plates? Because on March 11 of this year there was a X1.5 solar flare, that probably caused the Japan earthquake.
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by JaqueFresco
Show me that quakes follow an 11 year cycle like the Sun. People have looked and it does not exist. About the only people making this claim are people pushing the failed electric universe theory.