posted on Sep, 8 2011 @ 06:23 PM
my hunch about those CME's heading towards earth is that they don't on their own cause EQ's. Looking at page after page of HAARP magnetometer
readings,and spaceweather.com pages its hard to see any correlation. But when looking at more than one page of data there seem to be a combination of
factors that may coincide with EQ's i.e..
Large coronal hole outputs a denser solar wind that has higher than average velocity
Large fluctuations that result in a lower interplanetary mag field
?maybe? planetary/lunar alignments
An earthbound CME possibly being the proverbial straw to break the camel's back and trigger an EQ
and then there's the "where will the EQ be?" question
I figure there are normal quakes triggered by conventional plate tectonics and then, why ignore the possibility that the most massive known object in
our solarsystem i.e. the Sun could have effects on our magnetic field, gravitational field which could correlate to some seismic activity.
My point is to say that "the activities of our Sun cannot ever affect the geological or seismic activity on Earth" seems short minded.
Ad I don't thinnk HAARP causes them either, in fact their induction magnetometer is a valuable resource offering information about our planet