Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Can Solar Flares and Sun Spot Activity Cause Earthquakes?

With the increased sun spot activity during the last Hurricane Season many believe that it was partially to blame for the record breaking 2005 Atlantic Tropical Hurricane Season too? Could be since increased heat in the atmosphere and ocean surface temperatures can cause increased Hurricane intensity too? Increased storm surges move lots of water weight across the tectonic plates and could cause shifting of an already over stressed fault line as well?

Recently this subject came up in an online think tank and some asked if Solar Flares could cause Earthquakes? Well, indeed this is possible judging from the comments above. You see, also if we study world events, we see that there is increased activities during solar flares. Interesting they bring this up, as I am tracking the early snow melt off in California and considering the changes of the weight on the CA plates and Earthquakes Zones and the frequency gap from the last major Earthquakes too.

We know that heated up atmosphere changes weather and that moves water, water has resonance and salt water-fresh water changes of rapid amounts would change resonance also. There might be a lot more too all this, perhaps a cycle, within a cycle along a pattern of repeating cycles, which could be charted and thus a butterfly affect of a solar flare could trigger an event. Perhaps it is more than that. But realize the unspoken science of ancient civilizations on lunar eclipses, full moons on patterns and Earthquake events or even Moon Quake events we are no learning from NASA.

Could all this be a blocking of resonance or changes in frequency modulation? I think so. Does that make one "Nuts" well actually no because until science can prove it wrong it is one more theory without a proof to the contrary. There is more too all this and we should be exploring this and putting this data into our supercomputers to study it all and see if the relationship is minute and un-important or if it is indeed very relevant or perhaps somewhere in between. What do you think now? Consider all this in 2006.

"Lance Winslow" - Online Think Tank forum board. If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/. Lance is an online writer in retirement.

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