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Old Aug 12th 2014, 11:58 PM   #1
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How does Schumann resonance relate to earthquakes?

Does anyone have any suggestions on how Schumann resonance relates to earthquakes??
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
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Old Aug 13th 2014, 03:00 AM   #2
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There is some evidence that the mechanical stress in the rocks just prior to an earthquake generates a piezo-electric effect.
While the resulting electrical field per square meter is small, the area involved is large, so the total resulting electrical disturbance is appreciable.
It is plausible that this could have a detectable effect on the Schumann resonance.
If such an effect can be detected, and the characteristics of a seismic disturbance can be untangled from the characteritics of all the other disturbances, then it is possible that this could form the basis of an earthquake warning.

However, ther are lots of possibles and plausibles in there.
While the piezo-electric effect of seismic stress is starting to become accepted, the rest is still pretty much speculation.
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