Seismic Forecasting

This section revolves along the lines of employing methods for measuring certain seismic events. That is, analyzing electrical phenomena which proceeds a major event. Such measurements have been recorded using an Earth to Ionosphere configuration, as well as an electrostatic potential setup in the ground. Detailed information on the matter was given at the 2020 Energy Science & Technology Conference, as well as on the: http://www.energeticforum.com

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Year’s worth of Electro-Seismic data (Jan. 2020 – Jan. 2021)

Last Month completed a year’s effort into collecting electro-seismic data, representing telluric and atmospheric electrical phenomena. The whole chart measures 94.5″ in length, and records the most significant earthquakes that have occurred in 2020. A new chart will continue for 2021.

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New chart for 2021 – Jan. 13th to present.

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300′ long wire antenna configuration at an elevation of 35′.
Generalized Telluric receiving outfit.

The following are a series of charts showing daily measurements taken as of January 8, 2020, with the first measurements at the bottom of the page.

High smoke levels within the atmosphere, due to nearby fires, induces low humdidity and increases the static potential between the Earth and upper atmosphere. Ultimately causing undesirable effects, and higher then normal readings. This lasted for roughly two weeks, as shown on the graph above.
The Telluric setup shown in green, was accidentally disconnected and partly destroyed by the local street sweeper. This lasted for some time, as natural weather conditions had forbid outdoor activities.
First graph depicitng measurements. Note, Telluric current activity had been recognized for some time, but was soon found non essential.