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    Wiith all the advanced technology we have, do you think that earthquake prediction is possible? I think that it is wishful thinking. I don't think that there is a way to predict earthquakes unless we are able to get a total view of faultlines. The best we can do is look through history and follow patterns. Or as in recent history, just be prepared for a big one.


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    Have a search for scalar waves, and government projects like HARRP which use high frequencey electricity to do deep scanning to detect electromagnetic stress's in the earth. Its new stuff.. but I believe it has the potential to not only predict earthquake's but stimulate the energy in the local area in question to release it early in smaller amounts avoiding any build up of large earthquakes.. sounds far fetched till you read about scalar electromagnetics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clarky
    Have a search for scalar waves, and government projects like HARRP which use high frequencey electricity to do deep scanning to detect electromagnetic stress's in the earth. Its new stuff.. but I believe it has the potential to not only predict earthquake's but stimulate the energy in the local area in question to release it early in smaller amounts avoiding any build up of large earthquakes.. sounds far fetched till you read about scalar electromagnetics.
    Do you have a link? I wold interested in reading more about it.
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    http://www.rbduncan.com/sw.htm

    Exchanges are always resonant - like two piano strings of the same tone. That is about all there is to exchanges and non-exchanges>>


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    Yes, spin/orbital frequencies are always resonant like two strings of a piano. These are your energy binding exchanges and inertial mass binding exchanges.


    Scalar resonances are STANDING WAVE resonances that are NEVER absorbed, NEVER bind, nor link with similar standing wave resonances by THEMSELVES.


    They link ONLY via their spin and orbital transverse vector frequencies.
    A more in depth description of scalar waves (EM longitudinal waves) and there application.

    http://www.catandogs.net/english/Sca...lar_waves.html

    Some info on HAARP - http://www.pacentro.com/HARRP/harrp.htm

    HAARP is highly suspected to be a modern recreation of Tesla's wardencliffe tower, which Tesla boasted could control weather patterns and effect energy exchanges within the earth itself through use of pure EM longitudinal waves.
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    It is well known that animals sense that something is going to happen. Not sure here if they know for sure it is an earthquake that will happen or what. Tied in with this is also things like awareness of going inland before a tsunami hit. Do a search for the last one that hit. You will find that no animals were recorded as dead that were in the wild.

    Whatever it is that they sense, there is something there that is a clue of impending danger. If they can sense it then there must be something that could give warning if we ever figure out what they are sensing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleft
    It is well known that animals sense that something is going to happen. Not sure here if they know for sure it is an earthquake that will happen or what. Tied in with this is also things like awareness of going inland before a tsunami hit. Do a search for the last one that hit. You will find that no animals were recorded as dead that were in the wild.

    Whatever it is that they sense, there is something there that is a clue of impending danger. If they can sense it then there must be something that could give warning if we ever figure out what they are sensing.
    Animals have that sixth sense with nature. Even a domestic animal still had these senses. If you have a dog, you know when a thunderstorm is coming. They start following you or hiding under your bed. At least, that is the cases with my dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poly_nightmare
    Animals have that sixth sense with nature. Even a domestic animal still had these senses. If you have a dog, you know when a thunderstorm is coming. They start following you or hiding under your bed. At least, that is the cases with my dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poly_nightmare
    Animals have that sixth sense with nature. Even a domestic animal still had these senses. If you have a dog, you know when a thunderstorm is coming.
    You don't need a dog, you just need sinus problems. I have no difficulty detecting the rapid air pressure changes associated with an approaching thunderstorm.
    We are probably very close now to having all the technology necessary for earthquake prediction. We lack, by at least two orders of magnitude, the resources to apply this technology.
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