Goes15/ NOAA can be a good predictor for earthquakes

By: MavrikiosZMavroudes , 7:35 AM GMT on January 08, 2014

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Link http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/plots/xray/2014010 8_xray.gif

Goes15 observations of X-ray Flux can be a good predictor of an earthquake's depth, which in turn is a good predictor of the earthquake's magnitude given the profile of the region. This also, i believe, affects the trigger of tropical storms and wind whirls, but i must look into it further before being sure.

Observe that, all of yesterday's high-depth earthquakes happened when the x-ray flux was high, usually where tectonic plates are active (but to a different one each time). This shows that low-frequency x-rays from the sun's spots affect the core of Earth, producing earthquakes and other natural phenomena.

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My name is Mavrikios and i am an economist. One of my hobbies is trying to predict the occurrence of earthquakes with available data on the internet.