Comments on: What’s up with all the earthquakes? http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/ Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: theanswer http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344894 Fri, 30 Apr 2010 07:28:23 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344894 A new sun spot group has rotated into view after the sun has had a spotless period of twelve days.

The Ap index is climbing and should meet the 27 day ahead prediction for a peak on the 4th to 5th May.

A high stream coronal hole is predicted to rotate into an earth facing position allowing a proton and electron stream from the sun to be directed towards the earth.

Energy transferred to the Earth’s electric circuit will most likely disturb its magnetic field providing a peak of the A and Kp magnometer readings. Previous peaks in the magnometer readings have co incided with large earth quakes.

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By: theanswer http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344811 Thu, 22 Apr 2010 07:47:15 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344811 Kurt Frankel, an assistant professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, told CNN after the magnitude 8.8 earthquake in Chile on February 27 that there’s nothing unusual going on.

“I’m sticking by my story,” he said Wednesday. “It may be possible there’s been a little bit higher frequency of these slightly larger earthquakes this year, but it’s such a random process that there’s not a connection between them.”……..

After reading this statement. My thought was it is easy to get comments but harder to actually chase down the facts. I would like to see a reference such as a peer reviewed scientific published paper with the information alluded to so as to verify the validity of this statement.
If large earthquakes are so Random then how is it they co-incide with peaks in the Ap index which are published up to 27 days ahead? The existence of the Ap index match does not appear to support the statement made.
I am definately a skeptic and await the 4th May 2010 UTC with renewed invigorated interest.

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By: Markriv http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344783 Mon, 19 Apr 2010 01:02:38 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344783 The 2012 alignment happens roughly every 25,000 years At the inverted alignment(opposite end of the cycle) a little over 12,000 years ago the last Ice Age ended abruptly coinciding with mass extinctions.

… the dawning of the “Age of Aquarius”.

THAT IS MY POINT..The weight of the Earth is changing from the caps to the center as the water melts.. DURING THE ICE AGE THE WEIGHT WENT TO THE CAPS

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By: theanswer http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344782 Sun, 18 Apr 2010 07:49:30 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344782 segue I agree with what you say about the misguided use of ancient calenders. The information I posted however has nothing to do with ancient calenders but an Article with 120 peer reviewed scientific published papers on a hypothethis by one of Australias most eminent scientists.

Recent evidence of a direct relationship with the AP index does not support your assertion that earthquakes can not be predicted. Starting with the earthquake on 4th May 2010 it will be possible to predict the date of more severe earthquakes up to 27 days ahead using the AP index method from now on.

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By: segue http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344781 Sat, 17 Apr 2010 17:56:39 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344781 The randomness of the earthquake has been explained quite clearly by every geophysicist called upon by the media. This is true worldwide.
It is also true that there can be such things as foreshocks, just as there are aftershocks, but the series of earthquakes we are experiencing around the world right now fall into the random category, being completely unrelated to each other. What causes earthquakes is pretty well known, but predicting them seems to be in the realm of Alchemy. Impossible.
Far more interesting is the attempt to forecast volcanic eruptions. Both earthquakes and earth deformities play a part, but what are the other triggers? Some are known, or are speculated knowledgeably. Much is still a mystery.
I place my trust in the knowledge of scientists, not in the hands of misinterpreted ancient calenders. So far this method has worked well for me. I will continue to employ it.

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By: theanswer http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344780 Sat, 17 Apr 2010 06:22:59 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344780 Gandiodini -I do not post falsehoods.The article already exists, it was given, (Australian Journal Coastal Research 2007 special 50th edition by Richard Mackey)the answer is already there, it is well referenced (120 scientific published papers). There is enough information to search on already to verify what I have printed is true and correct however incredible it may at first appear.

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By: coyotle http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344779 Sat, 17 Apr 2010 00:51:47 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344779 The 2012 alignment happens roughly every 25,000 years At the inverted alignment(opposite end of the cycle) a little over 12,000 years ago the last Ice Age ended abruptly coinciding with mass extinctions.

Here is more old ancient religion for you. It is the dawning of the “Age of Aquarius”.

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By: Ghandiolfini http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344777 Fri, 16 Apr 2010 20:11:35 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344777 Xavier, that theory sucks, draw a picture.

theanswer, if that is true, submit an article.

An interesting one: Einstein’s ‘glitch’ theory, where sea becomes mountains and mountains sea.

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By: HBC http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344776 Fri, 16 Apr 2010 18:35:52 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344776 Putting things in perspective, all of the earthquakes in recorded history put together have not wrought half as much damage on humanity as the Western economic system. And at least we have a fighting chance of understanding why earthquakes happen. So, if you had to pick one, I’d say go with earthquakes.

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By: Xavier920 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2010/04/15/whats-up-with-all-the-earthquakes/comment-page-1/#comment-344773 Fri, 16 Apr 2010 12:53:26 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=16807#comment-344773 As we approach 12/21/2012, earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions will increase in frequency and severity at an alarming rate. This is the result of the unique gravitational pull that is being exerted upon the Earth by the alignment of the planets and our Sun with the galactic center of our universe the Milky Way, creating crustal torque and natural disasters. Watch “Secrets of Alchemy” by Jay Weidner and read Fulcanelli. The double cataclysm is upon us. Prepare or die.

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