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April 23, 2018

Predicting Earthquakes by means of Ambient RF Detector (See U.S. Patent)


 

San Francisco Earth Quake courtesy of National Geographic

 

 

Do we actually have the ability to predict earthquakes on Earth?  The following U.S. Patent claims just that!  In turn we could possibly save a lot of lives!

 

San Francisco Earthquake

 

 

RF drops according to the magnitude of earth quakes which occurs a few days later.

Mentioned in the patent:

“While scientists have also been able to predict thunderstorms in advance by monitoring the ambient electrostatic field (see, e.g., U.S. Pat. No. 3,611,365 to Husbyorg and Scuka, 1968; 3,790,884 to Kohl, 1974; and 4,095,221 to Slocum, 1978), they have not been aware of any corresponding system for earthquake prediction.

We  noted that the antenna’s output dropped at certain irregular times; at first we would not attribute any cause to these drops. However investigation enabled us to correlate these drops with the subsequent occurrence of seismic activity. We found that the magnitude of the drop was proportional to the size of the subsequent earthquake.

On Apr. 20, from about 8:00 to about 12:00, a sharp and constant-level dip in the ambient RF power occurred, as indicated. The magnitude of this pronounced dip is far greater than the normal tide-caused variations, as is its beginning and ending slope.

Correllation of this quake with the plot’s marked dip of Apr. 20 was made by the repeated observation of dozens of similar dips and subsequent quakes. Pronounced dips were always followed by a quake several days later. Thus we have empirically established causal and theoretical connections between pronounced dips of the type shown and the occurrence of subsequent seismic activity.”

Since the patent has already expired, this patent should be free to use.(PUBLIC DOMAIN)

The patent also mentions how this  device is also capable of detecting solar flares and tides. Tides are directly related to both the  sun’s position as well as the  moons position. Scientists believe that solar flares and certain moon cycles may trigger earth quakes.

This patent spells out the idea that that ambient RF (radio frequencies) do  have a significant influence on the earths  surface that  possibly trigger earth quakes and tectonic plate movement.

If you have any questions regarding this patent, we suggest you look it over and judge for yourselves.

How they discover the link
“One such study is being conducted by Joseph Tate of AmbientResearch in Sausalito, Calif., and William Daily at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, Calif. With a system of radio wave monitors distributed along California’s San Andreas fault, the researchers have recorded two kinds of changes in atmospheric radio waves prior to earthquakes that occurred between 1983 and 1986.

The most common change is a drop in the radio signals thatnormally pervade the air as a result of lightning and human sources such as car ignition systems and electric power grids. This reduction typically occurs one to six days before an earthquake and can last for many hours. For example, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake that shook Hollister, Calif., in April 1984 was preceded six days earlier by a 24-hour drop in radio signals being monitored 30 miles from the quake’s epicenter. Tate and Daily have found that the larger the earthquake, the longer the time between the radio wave depression and the quake.

The researchers have also found, in addition to these drops,another prequake phenomenon in which short pulses of increased radio wave activity are emitted. For example, five days before the magnitude 6.5 earthquake hit Palm Springs, Calif., in July 1986, a station 15 miles from the epicenter detected a rise in radio signals. This sort of emission is consistent with laboratory work showing that cracking rocks release electromagnetic signals.

Tate says that in their first attempts at predicting earthquakesin 1984 and 1985, they did not miss a single event, so he is optimistic about using this technique for short-term forecasting of San Andreas quakes. “In three to five years,” he says, “we should be able to issue [earthquake] warnings.””

Click here U.S. PATENT For Detecting Earthquakes

 

For the most recent studies, click here.
 

 

 

 

CLAIMS made for this PATENT ARE:

“We claim:

1. A method for providing an early warning of the future occurrence of an earthquake, comprising the following steps:

(a) measuring the field strength of at least one broadcast radio frequency signal at a location separated from the place of transmission of said signal, and

(b) providing a humanly-sensible indication if the strength of said signal decreases beyond a predetermined amount from a previous value thereof.

2. The method of claim 1 wherein said measuring is done on a broadband basis so as to measure the strength of a plurality of radio signals.

3. The method of claim 1 wherein said measuring is performed by rectifying and filtering said radio frequency to provide a direct current voltage and wherein said indication is provided in response to a predetermined drop in the value of said voltage.

4. The method of claim 1 wherein said indication is provided if the strength of said signal decreases a predetermined amount from an average value thereof.

5. The method of claim 4 wherein the value of said signal is periodically sampled for a predetermined period, a standard deviation of the resultant samples is calculated, and said indication is provided if said standard deviation exceeds a predetermined value.

6. The method of claim 4 wherein said signal is sampled once per minute, the resultant minute samples are averaged each hour, and the resultant hourly averages are tested to determine if the latest hourly average has deviated from previous hourly averages beyond a predetermined amount.

7. The method of claim 1 wherein said indication is provided only if at least wo separated receivers detect said predetermined drop in the strength of said signal.

8. The method of claim 1 wherein a visible record of said signal’s field strength is plotted as it is measured.

9. The method of claim 1 wherein the strength of a plurality of broadcast signals are measured by rectifying and filtering said signals to provide a direct current voltage, said direct current voltage is periodically sampled, the resultant samples are averaged periodically to provide periodic averages, the standard deviation of said periodic averages is calculated, and said indication is provided if the value of said standard deviation exceeds a predetermined value.

10. A system for providing an early warning of the future occurrence of an earthquake, comprising:

(a) means for measuring the field strength of a least one broadcast radiofrequency signal, said means being arranged to measure said field strength at a location separated from the place of transmission of said signal, and

(b) means responsive to the measured strength of said signal for providing a humanly-sensible indication if said measured field strength decreases beyond a predetermined amount from an average value thereof.

11. The system of claim 10 wherein said means for measuring comprises a broadband receiver for measuring the strength of a plurality of radio signals.

12. The system of claim 10 wherein said means for measuring comprises means for rectifying and filtering said radio frequency signal to provide a direct current voltage and wherein means for providing said indication is arranged to do so in response to a predetermined drop in the value of said voltage.

13. The system of claim 11 wherein said means for providing said indication is arranged to do so if the strength of said signal decreases a predetermined amount from an average value thereof.

14. The system of claim 13 wherein said means for measuring comprises means for periodically sampling the value of said radio signal for a predetermined period, and wherein said means for providing said indication is arranged to calculate the standard deviation of the resultant samples and to provide said indication if said standard deviation exceeds a predetermined value.

15. The system of claim 13 wherein said means for periodically sampling said signal is arranged to take a sample once per minute and to average the resultant minute samples each hour, and wherein said means for providing said indication is arranged to do so by testing the resultant hourly averages to determine if the latest hourly average has deviated from previous hourly averages beyond a predetermined amount.

16. The system of claim 10 wherein said means for providing said indication is arranged to do so only in response to the detection of a predetermined drop in the strength of said signal by two separated receivers.

17. The system of claim 10 further including means for making a visible record of said signal’s field strength as it is measured.

18. The system of claim 10 wherein said means for measuring includes means for measuring the strength of a plurality of broadcast signals by rectifying and filtering said signals to provide a direct current voltage, means for periodically sampling said direct current voltage, means for averaging the resultant samples periodically to provide periodic averages, and wherein said means for providing said indication includes means for calculating the standard deviation of said periodic averages, and providing said indication if the value of said standard deviation exceeds a predetermined value.

19. The system of claim 10 wherein said means for measuring and providing said indication comprises a broadband receiver arranged to provide a direct current output voltage, an analog to digital converter, and a programmed computer arranged to receive the outpt of said converter.

20. The system of claim 19 further including means for periodically storing received field strength values and providing a visible plot of the continuous value of said field strength.”

 

A steel-fortified railroad lies twisted like a toy after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake rocked Kobe, Japan, in 1995. The earthquake was the biggest to hit Japan in 47 years and shook the city for 20 seconds.


 

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