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Message Subject Nip's solar/quake thread
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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This red has grown more since yesterday and hugely since earlier today when it was over south american. These energies follow the sun.

[link to iono.jpl.nasa.gov]

this heavier too:
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

white is back again today. This is not a "hole", its higher than the colors of the graph. [link to www.gdgps.net]
 Quoting: Nobody in Particular


I remember the same when Japan´s earthquake and tsunami...is this the same or what is your point?
 Quoting: *Lo & Li*


No point except that it is similar to those times and there is just such a large amount of the "red". I find this interesting and choose to study it and anyone with more insight on these than me is welcome to make additions. I have no idea truly if these larger changes mean anything for earth or not, but I think it's important for people who are interested.

Since the time before the Japan quake, I look at the haarp induction magnetometer differently, wondering if the 2.5 H frequency will appear again as some sort of warning about the potential of a great quake again. I have thought of checking the dates of other 8+ quakes to see if this has occurred before. I think it worthy of some study. Haarp, being located in Alaska, might perhaps pick up changes in some sort of close area? Man in these changing times needs to study what is there on the internet that is available at least to the public. That's the advantage of the internet.

I don't know if the Haarps located other areas in the world would show something of interest near their locations and so far I don't know if the other dozen sites check ionosphere stuff, or just heat the ionosphere for weather usage.
 
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