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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 03:43 PM
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Kat that is just too strange - I have heard the
hum and I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism
about a month and a half ago.




posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 03:45 PM
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This is what I found so far Mike. Thank you for guiding me with this. It is greatly appreciated.
en.wikipedia.org... Please let me know your thoughts when you have time. I can't find any foreshock related material with this quake as maybe there weren't any?? Don't know....but this is also interesting read if you want to take the time. Not lengthy really and basically says that if a 7.5 or 8 hits this Hayward fault it could do around 65 billion dollars in damages. Lots of lives could indeed be lost, Im sure. www.consrv.ca.gov...


Science of the earthquake

[edit]Data on magnetic disturbances
The Loma Prieta earthquake was preceded by disturbances in the background magnetic field strength as measured by a sensor placed in Corralitos, California, about 4.5 miles (7 km) from the epicenter.[60] From October 5, a substantial increase in background noise was measured in the frequency range 0.01–10 Hz.[60] The measurement instrument was a single-axis search-coil magnetometer that was being used for low frequency research by Antony C. Fraser-Smith of Stanford University.[60] Signals in the range .01–.5 Hz rose to exceptionally high levels about three hours before the earthquake.[60] Though this pattern gave scientists new ideas for research into potential precursors to earthquakes, more recent studies have cast doubt on the connection, attributing the observations before the Loma Prieta quake to either an unrelated and more geographically widespread magnetic disturbance[61] or to sensor malfunctions.[62]




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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 03:46 PM
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I just read most of it, but I didn't see anything about it running through Japan... I think you know more about that type of thing than I do. I'm very interested in geology and earthquakes, but it's not my most knowledgable subject (to say the least:lol
. I just stand back in awe of you guys and read!
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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 03:54 PM
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Originally posted by StealthyKat
reply to post by MamaJ
 


I just read most of it, but I didn't see anything about it running through Japan... I think you know more about that type of thing than I do. I'm very interested in geology and earthquakes, but it's not my most knowledgable subject (to say the least:lol
. I just stand back in awe of you guys and read!
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Oh I am soooo new at all of this too girl and it is a lot to learn, really. Mind boggling at time. Mike in an earlier post said that it doesn't go to Japan but it intertwines or meets the said fault. Hell, its all connected in my opinion with the magnetic field...somehow someway. BUT...what do I know.



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 03:55 PM
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Originally posted by crazydaisy
reply to post by StealthyKat
 


Kat that is just too strange - I have heard the
hum and I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism
about a month and a half ago.


It really makes you wonder doesn't it. I mean.....so many things going on and if the magnetic field interacts with all the earth and its inhabitants....it is really a tell tell sign.



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:09 PM
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Interesting read. Checking back more on the link you gave us, I see that these events were predicted to occur by the end of the century.

However, Scallion was talking about the end of the 20th century.
After all that tribulation (and thank goodness you didn't list it all
), things improve!


The following is a brief description which appears on Gordon-Michael Scallion's

FUTURE MAP OF THE UNITED STATES - 1998-2001:

" I ... see a planetary spiritual awakening occurring during the nineties. A vision I've seen for the year 2002 is of a new Earth--reborn--with its people living in harmony with each other... Communities seem to be located more in rural areas than in cities. The air is clean, and there no longer is an ozone hole. I see circular, clustered homes--domes made of a kind of living membrane that provides self-adjusting heating, lighting, and cooling. There are no automobiles, but there does appear to be a new form of public transportation--long, cigar-shaped crafts that move across the ground silently--without wheels. The average life-span has expanded to 150 years because of the Earth's new vibrations and the consciousness of its inhabitants. Telepathy is common between individuals, and between people and animals. There are new flowers, plants, and trees, which provide herbal remedies for this time. Many of the diseases of the twentieth century are gone... Color and sound therapy are the predominant healing modalities. In the year 2002 the world has become a lunar society guided by intuition.


From world mysteries (dot) com.

There's plenty more in the same line but that'll do.

I hope that few will pay much attention to what he says. Seems like his tried and tested method of ripping off the gullible enlightened prophecies have not been anything of great value.

Seriously though, he borrowed a bit from Cayce and threw in some of his own stuff and doubtless made a nice sum of money out of it.

Mike



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:23 PM
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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:26 PM
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Hi all!
Hey MamaJ,thats weird you posting about Loma Prieta.
I just posted this on another thread.


As part of a Navy-sponsored study to determine how natural noises interfere with satellite communications, Fraser- Smith and graduate student Arman Bernardi had been recording ULF radio waves for two years from Corralitos, a site in the Santa Cruz Mountains remote from ULF noise generated by the Bay Area Rapid Transit system. With a 6-foot antenna mounted on the ground, they monitored ULF radio waves produced primarily by solar wind as it distorts the earth's electromagnetic field, creating "background noise" that disrupts communications. Twelve days before the Loma Prieta earthquake Fraser- Smith's detector recorded a large signal. The signal remained high until three hours before the earthquake, when it shot up even further. "The signal was off scale, 20 to 30 times bigger than what we usually measure," Fraser-Smith said. "We nearly shut down the Corralitos system because we thought something was wrong with it." Then the earthquake hit, disabling the system for eight hours.


www.stanford.edu...
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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:34 PM
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Sorry for a slow reply -- I'm just catching up.

Geomagnetic disturbances are one of those things that some scientists say can indicate a quake, and other say the evidence is lacking. However, there is evidence, such as in this report on research done in Taiwan. (Note: it's a 3.49 MB pdf so if you're on dialup it'll take a while to load.)

It's a pretty dry report -- they usually are
-- but what it basically says that in regions where they can constantly monitor the earth's local magnetic field very closely, there is a relationship between a drop in the rate of field change and large quakes (mag 6 or bigger) that occur within the next 6 months to two years.

So, while it doesn't say that they can pinpoint an exact location and a very small time window, they can monitor changes in the energy the earth releases and relate them to quakes that happen later. This is highly significant and I suspect that as this research was done a decade ago (and published in 2004), things could have moved a lot further since then and it's not impossible that what TM talked about is either reality or at least close to it. Namely, other systems of monitoring earth's energy could have been developed that are far more precise.

Just because they're not public knowledge doesn't mean they aren't doing it: we all know that govts. keep the best high-tech stuff for their own purposes whenever they can, and in places like the US, they can by law make a new patent or discovery secret for reasons of national security and have done so.

It could be years/decades/never before we know what can really be done vis-a-vis predicting quakes in a systematic and scientific way. It's simply a matter of what we are allowed to know.

Mike

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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:39 PM
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And,in case anyone missed this one,a study on the precursors of earthquakes monitoring vlf waves.


There is some intriguing research about whether large earthquakes are associated with ionospheric changes caused by electromagnetic signals released by the crushing of rock crystalline structures. If so, then this might be a mechanism for major earthquake prediction.


solar-center.stanford.edu...

Check out the links on there.Lots of cool stuff.

Also,this one

www.quakefinder.com...
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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:41 PM
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Hi Kdog,

first want to thank you for replying to me on the quackwatch thread yesterday. I appreciate it. Just have got sidetracked here and not been back there.

Yeah, that Loma Prieta incident was very interesting. Nice when scientists get something they don't expect.


Would you agree that whether TM is genuine or not (in terms of being involved in this group attached to JPL), s/he is probably not wrong in saying "they" are doing a lot more in terms of quake prediction research than is being made general public knowledge?

MIke



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by JustMike
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Hi Kdog,

first want to thank you for replying to me on the quackwatch thread yesterday. I appreciate it. Just have got sidetracked here and not been back there.

Yeah, that Loma Prieta incident was very interesting. Nice when scientists get something they don't expect.


Would you agree that whether TM is genuine or not (in terms of being involved in this group attached to JPL), s/he is probably not wrong in saying "they" are doing a lot more in terms of quake prediction research than is being made general public knowledge?

MIke


They are doing alot more in earthquake prediction.
Check out my links just above your recent post to see what they are doing.

This is one thing they are doing.


The California Magnetic Network (CalMagNet) concept involves placing Ultra-Low-Frequency (ULF) based sensors along the major faults throughout California as a pilot network that will lay the groundwork for similar networks throughout the world. The data collected will allow researchers not only to validate the technique but also to provide data for the development of earthquake warning programs.


www.quakefinder.com...
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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:55 PM
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Yes, QuakeFinder is a good site and most interesting. What I was talking about was what "they" might be doing beyond what is publicly known. ("They" being connected to "TPTB".) In other words, it could be that somewhere, very reliable and accurate methods and technologies already exist, but we don't know about them.

I'm sure it's not the first time that organizations or individuals have striven for years in research while their own govt people already had developed whatever they were researching.

Just my thoughts on the matter. After all, this is a conspiracy site...


Mike



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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And,ta da!!!!!!!!!!!
They have graphs and stuff that are current with stations and live data!
quakefinder.com...

Wish I could display them.



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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What a cliffhanger!
Where's middleton?
Talk about leaving us hanging.



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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Originally posted by Robin Marks
What a cliffhanger!
Where's middleton?
Talk about leaving us hanging.



Hey,Robin!
Take a look at this and see what you can make of it.
A nice new toy to play with.
quakefinder.com...



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 05:03 PM
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We are thinking along the same lines....or waves??


One thing I keep seeing is the word Magnetite and crystals. Of course the two are one in the same, or could be as far as I can tell.

It may possibly relate to the interstellar cloud we are going through at present that is changing our magnetic field. Many factors to look at presently. Geologically speaking it seems as though there is an up-rise in activity whether it be weather or events such as volcanic activity, eq's, the hum, mass dies offs, human health, and you name it...there is some connection between the ionosphere, magnetite, and the magnetic field.
Maybe I am just on this conspiracy site too much.

ETA: Not sure if everyone knows this as I just learned....we too (humans) have magnetite in our bodies as well.
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posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 05:08 PM
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Well you could have fooled me! Most of the time Robin and Puterman are way over my head in this subject!



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 05:08 PM
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Originally posted by Robin Marks
What a cliffhanger!
Where's middleton?
Talk about leaving us hanging.



He totally left us all hanging out to dry didn't he. I sure wish he would have given us more clues....AT LEAST. Oh well...it is not like he knew exactly when it may take place. Tell me if I am wrong...

He told us 30-45 days I see....and that is from the latter part of September I believe so .....Southern California may be a place to really keep an eye on.

Northern California having a 4.7 and then San Fran AND THEN Southern California may be a sign...but then again it may not be.
It does make me wonder if the one in Northern California didn't add a stress onto the Southern side...but I guess only time will tell.



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 05:11 PM
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Well that IS interesting. Probably coincidence.......right?
I just found out 2 weeks ago and I might have to have surgery for it. Just out of the blue.
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