I warned in my book that scientists will not correctly diagnose the pulse of earthchanges taking place on the planet because their science has no yardstick to quantify these changes by utilizing uniform geological criteria. They have neither understood the planet as a holistic system, how it is a cosmic integer, or its past geological origins and history. This will only heightened the panic in the world when this crisis moves into unforeseen critical stages. Below, is the most recent example of this scientific consternation confounding the public in trying to interpret the trend of increased seismic activity occurring across the planet. First, scientists said there was no increase in earthquakes- now, they’re saying there is no particular reason for the increase. –The Extinction Protocol
USGS website says: “We continue to be asked by many people throughout the world if earthquakes are on the increase. Although it may seem that we are having more earthquakes, earthquakes of magnitude 7.0 or greater have remained fairly constant. A partial explanation may lie in the fact that in the last twenty years, we have definitely had an increase in the number of earthquakes we have been able to locate each year. This is because of the tremendous increase in the number of seismograph stations in the world and the many improvements in global communications. In 1931, there were about 350 stations operating in the world; today, there are more than 8,000 stations and the data now comes in rapidly from these stations by electronic mail, internet and satellite. This increase in the number of stations and the more timely receipt of data has allowed us and other seismological centers to locate earthquakes more rapidly and to locate many small earthquakes which were undetected in earlier years. The NEIC now locates about 20,000 earthquakes each year or approximately 50 per day. Also, because of the improvements in communications and the increased interest in the environment and natural disasters, the public now learns about more earthquakes.” –USGS
The following excerpt was taken from the Daily Pioneer on September 25, 2011: “There are seismologists who believe that the earth has experienced a noticeable increase in seismic activity and intensity over the past few years. According to latest statistics from the United States Geological Survey, between 1986 and 1996, there were 15 earthquakes of magnitude 7.0 or greater. In the next 10 years, the frequency increased by more than six times. Even the rate of lesser magnitude earthquakes has increased. Around 120 earthquakes of magnitude 6.0-6.9 take place every year. And, in the last week alone, we have had six. At this rate, we would end up having almost three-times more earthquakes this year! “I don’t think anyone can explain why the activity has increased,” says Prof Paul Segall of Stanford University. Several theories have been put forth to explain what is happening. Though most of them are no better than conspiracy theories, a few seem credible. One of the theories has to do with a meteor that has returned to the earth’s proximity and may be affecting its gravity balance. Another theory points to solar flares reaching the earth’s surface, thus affecting its electro-magnetic fields. And, of course, there are some who believe that the earth’s rotational axis has shifted, causing changes in climate, waves and gravity; this, according to them, has resulted in hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes. Bilham, though not certain about the reasons behind heightened seismic activity in recent times, says there is nothing strange in all this. “It is not unusual for earthquakes to appear more frequently. They occur rather randomly and hence some periods of time will seem to contain more than others,” he says. RK Chadha, Chief Scientist, CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, agrees with Bilham. “The last 100 years of global data show that during the 1940-50 decade the earth was seismically more active. Since 2000, we have been again witnessing a seismically active period, more so after the 9.1 magnitude earthquake in Sumatra (2004). ‘Why’, is the million dollar question at the moment and is the area of active research globally,” he says. –Excerpt from the Day the Earth pushed West, September 25, 2011, Daily Pioneer
“There are reasons to believe that something exotic is happening inside the earth,” says Richard Gross, a group supervisor with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California Institute of Technology.