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Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Magnitude 8 earthquake at Santacruz island on 6th Feb 2013, as predicted and request to NZ Govt

Watch accuracy of my prediction(5/6th Feb) in previous posts and to days 8 mag quake at Santacruz island
 You can find many 7+ earthquake predicted dot on date by me on this blog. But the problem is seismologist in general and plate tectonic theory in particular ,believe firmly that, quakes can not be predicted. several major quakes predicted by me are termed as flukes
  I have ,then. invited one and all to give random dates for major quakes,well in advance and compare random dates given by people against my dates. if my predictions are flukes, people giving random dates have same chance of success or failure. out of ten such people at least seven should beat my prediction ,if my dates are below average.Unfortunately no one turned up.
  now I request NZ Govt to take serious note of this ,and allow me to work on this topic as a full time research student,as I can not spare time for this work after my regular engineering duties


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Amit

A M8.0, shortly after a M class Solar flare (Midnight) , X ray flux shot up from a B1 to M1 status before bouncing back and forth for the next5 hours.

The earth being central to the 1st part of the coronal hole, being in a Active region in regards to the sunspot on the eastern limb, the moons closest to the earth, midday/midnight theory and your theory of planet motions.

What im now interested to see is how your theory holds up with mine , ie does a change of planets direction have a direct cause/effect on the sun, are Coronal holes some how linked with this change ?

I know that active regions fuel coronal holes (flux) , should be interesting to see how things pan out with your dates.

In regards to New Zealand, they have their own potential Mega Thrust Quake... 100km from clive (Hawke's bay ).

There, you will find a deep water trench that had the potential of near Japan status.

Be safe

Jazzman :)