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It’s been called the “Holy Grail of seismology,” intimating that much like the sought after chalice, a solution will never be found. Yet as history has demonstrated countless times, what is declared as indisputably impossible many times turns out to be just dead wrong. At this writing, there are hundreds of studies being conducted, all over the world, investigating dozens of potentially useful seismic precursors. “Forecasting the Catastrophe” presents a different view than what many people think they know about quake forecasting, and gives a plausible, compelling argument for how a rudimentary seismic advisory system for the US could be implemented—today, not tomorrow. Here is a scientific detective story with roots that go back to the dawn of history, and that range from Russia and China to Mesoamerica and back to the US and Canadian west coasts. Tens of millions have heard the message within this book in the media. It’s not the latest sound byte, though; it’s a call to action.
Why have there been so many historic earthquakes on the US West Coast occurring at dawn and at dusk? How is it that quakes separated by years, by decades, keep striking at the same time of day, during the same phases of the month, within minutes, within seconds of each other? And why has a solution to the problem of earthquake prediction eluded this nation for so long? “Forecasting the Catastrophe” attempts to answer those questions, and includes an Earthquake Almanac with specific hours-long windows of increased probability for seismic activity into the future.

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PublisherRed Lion Publishing
Release date 01.04.2010
Pages count154
File size5.4 Mb
eBook formatKindle Edition, (torrent)En
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