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  • Electrodynamic Seismic Forecasting

    Anyone that is working on any form of Electrodynamic Seismic Forecasting experiments relating the material I gave in my last presentation is invited to post that here.

    The Electrodynamic Seismic Forecasting presentation is available here: https://emediapress.com/ericdollard/musicalseismograph/

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  • #2
    My relatively recent work in this field has been met with quite some success. As of January 8, 2020, I've been recording the potential energy between the Earth and Ionosphere, the Earth's telluric electrostatic potential, and solar flux. For a while, I was recording the Telluric Current in microamperes, but found it to be useless. Except in the case that the local Telluric energy becomes heavily active, then I will jot down the current. The measurements I'm taking are daily, and shall continue until some physical ailment strike me.


    The Following are connected photos which follow:
    - Earth to Ionosphere Setup
    - Telluric Setup
    - Recorded Measurements Page No.1
    - Recorded Measurements Page No. 2
    - Recorded Measurements Page No. 3
    - Audio Recording of Characteristic Telluric Activity (popping) - A normal day
    Attached Files

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    • #3
      As I forgot to mention in the post above, I have recorded major spikes using the Earth to Ionosphere method, 24 or so hours before a 7.0 and above quake. The Earth to Ionosphere configuration is best for forecasting quakes abroad, whereas the Telluric method is best suited for local events. I use a voltmeter to measure the daily activity, and occasionally a Frequency Selective Voltmeter for audio reception. Getting over the hum is one thing, but when things get hairy, you'll hear it! Heretofore, the solar flux seems to stagger in maintaining repetition some days prior to a major quake (as seen with the 7.7 in Jamaica).

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      • #4
        I've taken the liberty to record a one day outlook (19 hours to be exact) on the elecctrical conditions as shown below. Note the relationship between the sun and the readings.

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        • #5
          Here is an updated graph from last time. In this duration, there have been quite a few large quakes abroad, and a few local ones.
          Notice the series of quakes which have occurred recently...
          It can be said that there is a week-long process/build up prior to a large earthquake. Also notice the spike in the telluric energy prior to events in Anza, CA. Given my location, it can be concluded that such telluric energy can only propagate 100 - 160 miles from the epicentre.
          Overall, the solar activity is at a minimum at the present. Thus the primary root of this seismic activity is solely within the Earth.
          Attached Files

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          • #6
            RECORDING OF ERIC DOLLARD'S LIVE CALL FROM APRIL 4 ON YOUTUBE

            A high school student demonstrates electrodynamic seismic forecasting that gives results better than what the government has - he shares his work on the live call with Eric Dollard - you can see the charts and diagram of simple setup - http://ericpdollard.com/2020/04/20/2...ard-live-call/





            Sincerely,
            Aaron Murakami

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            • #7
              I'm now realizing that the recent chart I posted may not be viewable to some. Anyways, here's the most up to date version. It's interesting to see how active the Ionosphere is in light of this new Solar Cycle. Also, the number of sunspots and overall intensity of this new Solar Cycle 25 has been unprecedented. The number of earthquakes has also multiplied, as seen on the chart below. Usually, these Ionospheric activities won't last for more than a week at most (as from what I've observed), yet the activity of the sun has made itself persistent, and is extending the activity of the Ionosphere well into ~ week 3. It is also interesting, since some sun spots from Solar Cycle 24 are overlapping with Solar Cycle 25. This is truly an interesting series of solar phenomena.

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              • #8
                Here is another updated graph, along with a chart showing the directional properties of the telluric voltage in my area. Note that the result of the readings is time dependent.

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                • #9
                  Hi Griffin, any way you can rotate the charts 90 degrees clockwise before posting them? Would make it easier to see.

                  Did you measure anything with yesterday's 6.4 earthquake in Nevada?
                  Sincerely,
                  Aaron Murakami

                  Books & Videos https://emediapress.com
                  Conference http://energyscienceconference.com
                  RPX & MWO http://vril.io

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                  • #10
                    Hello Aaron,

                    I noticed a small increase in activity, though there was a 6.6 in the Solomon Islands two days prior. That is, the remaining energy from the 6.6 would take about a week to subside. It seems as though those measurements were crossed with the precurser to the 6.5 in Tonopah, making a mixed set of measurements.

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                    • #11
                      Below is an updated graph. Telluric activity has seemed to spike recently, given the very low activity of the Sun at the present time.

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