posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 05:32 PM
reply to post by PageAlaCearl
did you set out to prove that sun activity does not coincide with earthquakes? Would you have come to a different conclusion if you had set out to
prove earthquakes are caused by solar energy?
More to the point, how did you connect all the possible variations on the theme. Did you factor in the idea that there may be two kinds of quakes,
those which are a function of certain kinds - maybe not all, of solar energy and others which might be caused by fraking, pollution, heat or some
other possibility (how would you even isolate those variables)?
Did you correlate data that connects placement of the moon, AND or other celestial bodies, with certain types - not all types, of solar energy? Did
you connect time delays, suppose the earth acts like a capacitor, where storage of some types of energy - not all types, build up and release - maybe
the energy builds up and releases when another form of energy hits from someplace else, or even when a celestial body moves? Are you sure the data you
are looking at has not been doctored in any way shape or form by those who produce it?
Did you do all of that? I can't tell, all I see is "here, this proves there is nothing more to prove or look at all, ever."
The great Tom Dowd when in the esteemed Ivy League college was pulled out to work on the Manhattan project. In secret, he learned that the stuff what
was being taught to him as scientific FACT, there was no other alternative to the established FACTS of the day - a nuke wasn't ever, ever possible.
The bomb was dropped, and they still taught that it wasn't possible, so he could not see going back to school to hear how what he just did wasn't
possible. Thankfully he left the suffocating, limitation of group scientific think and ventured into music.
Careful of saying "I have proved it!" What you have done is take SOME data in a universe of infinite data and made it fit your agenda very well,
which is all you did.