The Sun and Earthquakes: The Challenge
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Update – September 7, 2016 [Updated Sep.14] Click Here
This update includes a prediction list from the earthquake prediction trial period, and subsequent updates, including the email chain between myself, Dr. Love, and some very silent USGS employees.
Update - August 11, 2016 [Q/A]
Hours before this video we called out a large seismic uptick warming for New Zealand and the Islands to the north of it. Hours after this video an M7.2 and M6.1 struck the areas of New Caledonia and Fiji, just north of New Zealand.
Selections from the Initial Acceptance of Love’s Challenge – by Ben Davidson
Stanford University monitors the strength of solar magnetic fields leaving the north and south poles of the sun. After observing a correlation between significant magnetic events on the sun and earthquakes, the apparent correlation was modeled by The Ohio State University Statistical Consulting Service, and published by New Concepts in Global Tectonics in September 2015. Since the end of the study, the model appears to be working even better than before the publication. We would like to challenge YOU to learn how the sun triggers earthquakes by clicking one of the videos found below.