posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 03:15 PM
I imagine there are dozens of cycles affecting quakes, all overlapping and interfering with each other like sound waves of different frequencies. The
quakes happen when the peaks of two or more cycles coincide. I imagine. So the moon's apogee/perigee, the alignment of moon and sun, the earth's
non-circular orbit and rotational angular momentum, the specific geometry of the plates and faults we live on and near; all kinds of factors
contribute, and it'd take lots of mathematical analysis to merge all the factor-waves into a single waveform, similar to what Mensur Omerbashich did
but more-inclusive of every
factor. He can only predict when, not where, because his model is incomplete, and therefore nearly useless by
itself. We haven't succeeded until we get it to the point where not merely the date of upcoming quakes, but their locations
can be predicted,
once you account for all factors. I mean, look at something like this:
That is a graph of where AND when solar eclipses will happen, and it is astoundingly-accurate because they can account for every
determines the interactions of the various cycles that lead to eclipses. We need that kind of graphery for earthquakes too, and I think it is
possible, but only if we understand earthquakes completely,
like we do eclipse cycles. Make sense?
So someone get to work on it! Please. I'll be your best friend.
Guess this'll teach me to try to take anything seriously... what, was I not funny enough?
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