6.8 - 7.2 in the next day or so, not in Japan, probably offshore. I hope I'm wrong, and will happily return to say I was. I'm sorry not to provide
more information, but it's based on more than I can explain, and I'm posting mainly just in case it does come true.
The energy they emitted to push up on the Ionosphere to steer the weather....also reflects off the Ionosphere and went straight into the rock under
the Pacific Ocean. The energy vibrating the crystaline structure of the rock in the crust....could cause an Earthquake.
So I was wrong, as I hoped. The next quake over 6 that happened since my post on the 8th was this morning -- two days after I posted. Well outside the
"next day" window I established. It was a 7.1 and happened offshore, but neither of those are statistically significant. So let this be a reminder
to myself, since humans tend to retain our hits but forget our misses.
There is nothing wrong with remembering success and dismissing failure. It is how a "guided" missile finds its target. The head seeks and every
positive input is remembered, and the negative results forgotten. What we must do is recognize our natural tendency to seek by remembering success and
forgetting failure, and keep a memory of how we failed. Hopefully increasing our positive results, and helping us recognize errors that mislead us.
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