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    The Coles Method



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    The Coles Method

    Post  Bev2 on Wed 04 Aug 2010, 8:19 pm

    (For forecasting earthquakes)

    The COLES METHOD relies upon the recording and evaluation of both the simple and complex friction of rock, as well as the stress released within rock crystallized at fault lines during seismic events.
    Flint and quartz are two types of rock that emit electrical charges. Flint gives off a pyroelectric discharge (“pyro” meaning ‘”fire,” and “electric” simply meaning “a charge of energy in the form of plasma”). Quartz, which makes up a large percentage of the rock located at earthquake fault lines, gives off a piezoelectric discharge (“piezo” meaning “squeezing or pressing”).
    Piezoelectric discharge is the natural phenomena upon which the technology for telephones, radios, transmitters, hearing aides, public address systems, television, recorders, and computers is established. These are all produced using raw materials which include quartz, gold, silver, mica, and other metals to complete their circuits. One can demonstrate a piezoelectric discharge by rubbing two crystals together in the dark. One would be able to detect the odor of ozone or of an arc welder, as well as seeing light emitting particles.
    Because the quartz located along fault lines produces piezoelectric discharges under stress or pressure, seismic events in progress emit radio signals. These radio signals, in combination with other factors, enable those using the COLES METHOD to accurately forecast seismic events with a high probability.
    There are only two types of earthquake radio signals produced by piezoelectric discharge used to forecast future seismic events using the COLES METHOD. These signals are categorized “Initial Signals” and “Main Signals.”
    1. “Initial Signals” are radio signals generated from the Earth’s normal 2 to 12 hertz of vibration, or from the sudden lack of sound generated by the normal rotation of the Earth. These Initial Signals, which indicate a future impending seismic event, progressively build up in frequency. A long period of Initial Signals followed by any sudden change is generally an indication that an earthquake is about to happen. By using these signals alone, imminent earthquakes have been forecast 5-15% within the time frame, depending on the area. Initial Signals can last for 90 days.
    2. “Main Signals” Quartz being crushed along a fault line produces a “Main Signal.”. Flaring radio waves are generated, which act as a beacon and indicate the location of the seismic event. These Main Signals sometimes travel around the globe and are the signals which give us the most likely possible dates, times, locations, and magnitudes of upcoming earthquakes. Initial Signals may precede a Main Signal and can be picked up on a spectrum analyzer. When both types of signals and multiple Main Signals occur with significance, it increases the prediction of an future earthquake to a higher degree of probability (Multiple Main Signals in the same time frame can indicate more than one epicenter.)
    The noise generated by MAIN SIGNALS is similar to the sound of a pencil bent under pressure, but with no visible signs of cracking. Most completely solid objects under stress will create a split second of noise of some type before apparent cracking or breaking occurs. (Main Signals are only one-half to three seconds in duration on average.)
    3. “The How To” - It is possible to hear Initial and Main Signals by tuning an AM radio. To do this, adjust your AM radio down to 530 kHz, and then slowly go up the dial until you have reached a quiet spot between radio stations where there is little or no buzz. Next, turn the volume down until you can barely hear it.
    At this point, you can hear lightning crackling during a storm, lights turning off and on, and sounds from various types of electrical tools. Subtract these extraneous noises from the Earth’s upward cascading harmonic emissions emanating from the normal 2-12 hertz range. The anomalous radio signals from the Earth will be loud enough that you can hear them at the time they happen, even though the volume is low. Write down the exact time and date and you will be recording Initial and Main signals.
    Main Signals occur at mathematically squared intervals of one day (four to twenty-four hours), four days (fifty-six to ninety-six hours, 2x2), nine days (3x3), and sixteen days (4x4). At 12, 22, 32, 42, 52, 62, etc., the most likely dates for a seismic event have occurred on the 1st, 4th, 9th, 16th & 17th days. Only three quakes have gone to a 25-day interval, with three more having taken 28-30 days (see eruption cycle at Mt. St. Helens). This phenomenon may be attributed to the lunar cycle. If these Main Signals happen in the late afternoon or evening, then quakes would most likely occur the morning of one of these days from this cycle.
    When one detects a Main Signal, an earthquake is in progress. There will be a sixteen-day window, with three most likely dates for a seismic event. if the quake does not happen in the first 24 hours. If a signal happens late at night, the following matrix would apply: the 4th/5th, or the 9th/10th, or the 16th/17th with the last date being the 18th.
    A good example of this would be that if a Main Signal happens on the first, and goes through the 17th of that month, the most likely dates for an earthquake would then be the first, fourth, ninth, and sixteenth (1x1, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4) and the following day. The time would be based on +/- 9 to 15 hours toward sunrise/sunset, and could be on either side of the dates mentioned. Twenty percent of the time, earthquakes will hit outside of these parameters.
    An example of a final Main Signal for the Northridge Earthquake occurred at 2:57 PM on Friday, January 14, 1994. Counting the day that it happened as Day One, Day Four then fell on Monday morning, January 17th, the midway portion of these signals toward sunrise would place the time at 4:27 AM. The Northridge Quake in 1994 hit at 4:31 AM, only four minutes off exact dead center. Numerous Initial Signals happened before this event as well.
    4. “Cluster Main Signals” are more than the usual one signal to three sets of signals that take place before a seismic event. It takes only one Main Signal with its diminishing echoes to predict a very large to a great quake. However, three times in the past 30 years, small rapid-fire signals or numerous full strength main signals have occurred before large earthquakes.
    The three examples of CLUSTER MAIN SIGNALS are: Kobe, Japan, in 1995; the pre-Olympic quake in China, in 2008; and currently occurring signals from the Southwest Pacific Ring of Fire north to Western Japan. Starting January 27, 2009, a 72-day run yielded a 7.0 magnitude earthquake sixteen days after it started. Then a signal for an eight set off a 7.9 magnitude off-shore Tonga quake during the new moon. There was a seven-day break in the signals after the first 72 days. They then started up again the day before a 7.0 magnitude quake hit the region. As of this date, May 30, 2009, these main signals have continued with no end in sight. Cluster Main Signals have occurred months before a large earthquake. With Cluster Main Signals, the adage fits: “The longer the wait, the greater the quake”.

    For references, see AP WIRE SERVICE, January 17th-19th, 1994. Hard COPY; American Journal (Inside Edition, January 19, 1994) and the L.A. Weekly News, “The Myth of Solid Ground”, April 9th-16th, 1999, top of page 34. Thurston Clark’s “California Fault”, see pages 245-258 and 397-398; Cal Orey’s “The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes; 2006, pages 86 & 87.,, Earthquake Prediction Online. Also, publications for television, and radio shows, and numerous U.S. and Worldwide newspaper articles.

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