posted on Aug, 2 2011 @ 05:19 PM
Just wanted to quote this to go with the video you provided. ♥
Originally posted by intergalactic fire
You really can not predict an earthquakes just by looking at solar activity, there is no direct link.
I've been researching some data and checking all the
7+ earthquakes from 2005 till 2011.
I've only done 2005 till 2007 and i cant find any direct connection between earthquakes,solar
activity and geomagnetic data,
but still have some years to do, so who knows... but my guess is no direct links from those years(2005-2006-2007).
I've also checked for planetary alignements on those days and there is always some sort of earth-sun-planets alignement. So my first thought would be
planets have more effect on earthquakes than solar activity.
The only thing i found with solar activity was that, on 90% of the 7+ quakes, there was a solar wind speed with average of 500-600km/s(normally
300km/s), so that could be some sort of indication, but i cant say that now, still have some other data to verify and maybe finding some links,...
On 4 quakes there was CME recorded 1-2 days before.
I want to take a look at some earthcrust-data, volcanic activity (pressures, movements and such) if someone have some links for those data? always
welcome to share
Im a little confused by Dalke07 now, his OP says "CME" but above he links to solar flares.. which is what I thought thats what we were discussing -
no matter, I googled CME's
how bout this link - according to this we got more than earthquakes to worry about - it implies an unpredictable polar shift (no earthquakes
mentioned at all) science.howstuffworks.com...
Hey, if he won't commit to a prediction and won't listen to reason, might as well join in the scaring??
no not quite...
This CME on April 10th - www.earth-issues.com...
was 3 days AFTER the last big notable quake (7.1 Japan) ... so by that
logic we should've had a major earthquake last week.
Since the OP referred Wiki for solar flares, here's what it says on CME's
When the ejection is directed towards the Earth and reaches it as an interplanetary CME (ICME), the shock wave of the traveling mass of Solar
Energetic Particles causes a geomagnetic storm that may disrupt the Earth's magnetosphere, compressing it on the day side and extending the
night-side magnetic tail. When the magnetosphere reconnects on the nightside, it releases power on the order of terawatt scale, which is directed back
toward the Earth's upper atmosphere
This process can cause particularly strong auroras in large regions around Earth's magnetic poles. These are also known as the Northern Lights
(aurora borealis) in the northern hemisphere, and the Southern Lights (aurora australis) in the southern hemisphere. Coronal mass ejections, along
with solar flares of other origin, can disrupt radio transmissions and cause damage to satellites and electrical transmission line facilities,
resulting in potentially massive and long-lasting power outages.
Humans in space or at high altitudes, for example, in airplanes, risk exposure to intense radiation. Short-term damage may include skin irritation
with potential increased risk of developing skin cancer, but it's likely that any affected individuals would recover from any such exposure.
No earthquakes mentioned.
meh I'm getting tired (but at least I'm reading links this time eh?
Just want to remind people of the CME we had in May as well
ATS Thread Failing to Predict a May Earthquake
Google returned NO major earthquakes in May. In fact according to intergalactics source
There were NO 7+ earthquakes between 4/7 and
6/24.... so weird..... I mean if what you guys say is true....
All the links I could find supposedly connecting CME's Solar Flares or any type of space activity to Earthquakes were FORUMS, Blogs, and basically
tabloids and fearmongers.
The sad part, is if by some miracle we do have a 7.0 + earthquake any time in the next week - he'll milk this prediction for all its worth.
I'll be over here waiting.