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Magnetic lines and Earthquakes, noon and 90 degrees

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Magnetic lines and Earthquakes,

Noon and +/- 90 degrees Longitude

By

Jonina Thorvaldsdottir

1/08/17

CHAPTER 1

 

EARTHQUAKE REGIONS

 

Earthquakes 4.5 and higher follow a certain pattern. Take the earth and divide it into 18 wedges from the North Pole. The two wedges opposite of each other make up one region. It is based on the longitude lines of the planet. For example everything from longitude 130 to 150 is considered on region, included in that region is everything that is on the opposite of the planet, that is longitude -50 to -30. (Picture a rubber band around the earth, going through the poles)

 

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CHAPTER 2

 

DAYLI PATTERN

 

 

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p<>{color:#454545;}. Earthquakes follow a similar pattern as the same day the years before, based on the earthquake regions as mentioned above.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The likelihood that an earthquake happens in an earthquake region has to do with the position of the sun. It is most likely for an earthquake to happen when the longitude of sun is close to the longitude of the earthquake region (noon and the darkest hour). Or the sun is 90 degrees away from the earthquake region (you might call that the twilight hour, sunrise and sunset).

 

 

Below is an example a pattern for January 7.

 

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Magnetic lines and Earthquakes, noon and 90 degrees

1. Earthquakes follow a similar pattern as the same day the years before, based on the earthquake regions as mentioned above. 2. The likelihood that an earthquake happens in an earthquake region has to do with the position of the sun. It is most likely for an earthquake to happen when the longitude of sun is close to the longitude of the earthquake region (noon and the darkest hour). Or the sun is 90 degrees away from the earthquake region (you might call that the twilight hour, sunrise and sunset).

  • Author: Jonina Thorvaldsdottir
  • Published: 2017-01-08 23:20:09
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