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Japanese Earthquake a Forewarning of More Record Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruptions
The historic 8.9 earthquake and tsunami that struck off the coast of northeastern Japan shortly after 2:46 PM local time, on Friday, March 11, may be a forewarning of more and larger geophysical upheavals yet to come according to research done at the Space and Science Research Corporation, (SSRC).
Re-stating a warning issued in May of 2010, SSRC President Mr. John Casey highlighted the growing concern for quakes and tsunamis like that which has caused the Japanese people a devastating loss of life, immense property damage and huge collateral effects like the threat of nuclear power plants going into meltdown, releasing deadly radioactive particles into the air.
Casey elaborated by saying "In May of 2010, I issued a specific warning for record earthquakes and volcanic eruptions tied to the Sun‟s activity. Our research report released at that time cited the strong correlation between the largest recorded earthquakes in the USA and volcanic eruptions globally, all tied to the advent of major declines in solar activity, what we call „solar hibernations.‟ These hibernations are marked by dramatically reduced energy output of the Sun and last two to three decades or more. Now, here we are ten months later and the fifth largest recorded earthquake in the last 100 years strikes Japan. It was no surprise. Nor will be the ones to follow.
Unfortunately, this massive earthquake and deadly tsunami that has caused catastrophic damage and loss of life in many coastal communities on the northeast coast of Japan may be just a sample of what is to come, not just for Japan, but around the world.
The last time we had a solar hibernation called the Dalton Minimum (1793-1830) it brought a worldwide subsistence crisis because of a record cold climate change that destroyed crops. To add to the difficult times then, some of the largest ever earthquakes and volcanic eruptions also took place. For example, here in the US we had the incredibly large New Madrid earthquakes that produced three 8.0 quakes between 1811 and 1812. These were the most powerful series of US quakes in our country‟s history.
Globally, we had several large eruptions including the largest volcanic eruption in modern history when Mt. Tambora in Indonesia exploded in 1815. All of these events took place during a solar hibernation. The research posted in May 2010 said we should once again expect historically large earthquakes and volcanic eruptions worldwide now that another hibernation of the Sun has started. The strength of this correlation was so striking that after the research was completed, I immediately notified US authorities, local government offices and media outlets in some of the most vulnerable zones in the US."
Adding to Mr. Casey‟s comments are other supporting researchers for the SSRC. Dr. Fumio Tsunado and Dr. Dong Choi are highly respected scientists and each have decades of research into seismic activity, especially in the area surrounding Japan. They view the Sendai quake as another signal of the interrelation of the Sun and Moon which respectively exert tidal and geomagnetic forces on the Earth. These forces can bring the strongest quakes to the surface though originating from deep within the Earth. Plate tectonics theory they say, which focuses in part on the movement of upper mantle layers and subduction zones, is not the only causal factor in the largest earthquakes and associated volcanic activity. For those we must look deeper.
Speaking for both, Dr. Choi explained their assessment of the Sendai quake this way. "This extraordinary earthquake is the result of the convergence of deep-Earth derived energy at shallow depth (30 to 16 km). Heat was accumulated in the upper mantle and the lower crust, and uplifted to the overlying crustal blocks in the wide area offshore of northeast Japan in accordance with the volcanic-earthquake (VE) process developed by Dr. Tsunoda.
There is no doubt today that the Earth‟s core has been discharging very strong energy since the declining period of solar cycle 23 and the arrival of solar cycle 24. The increased earthquakes and volcanic activities worldwide in the last few years testify to this – an alarming trend which will further accelerate as the solar hibernation deepens."
The Space and Science Research Corporation, (SSRC), in Orlando, Florida has been conducting important research since 2008 into the effects upon the Earth‟s climate changes and related frequency and intensity of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions brought on during dramatic reductions in the Sun‟s energy output. Studies of these „solar hibernations‟ by the SSRC has made it possible for the SSRC to make highly accurate climate change and geophysical predictions for record events in advance of their occurrence.
The SSRC is the leading organization in the US advocating use of solar cycles to predict climate change, earthquake and volcanic activity and has been the most outspoken voice in the US for the need to prepare for the extreme cold and record earthquakes and volcanic eruptions it predicts during the current solar hibernation.
The research reports of Dr. Tsunoda, pertaining to this press release are available at the New Concepts in Global Tectonics Newsletter, no. 54, 2010. (www.ncgt.org ). The SSRC Research Report 1-2010 "Correlation of Solar Activity Minimums and Large Magnitude Geophysical Events" is available at the SSRC web site (www.spaceandscience.net ).
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