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Rafael is Coming Home

October 13, 2012

10-13-12 Update

  1. Rafael should stall over the epicenter of the >600 earthquake swarm over the past two months (my epicenter mark is just a guestimate)
  2. Expect the most intense energy at that location & time.
  3. There is a massive particle, although weakly acting? orbiting at lower and lower altitudes which could cause electronic, magnetic and gravitational disturbance.
  4. The particle can potentially cause damage to all matter in its path.
  5. The seismic activity should be at a maximum when the particle’s orbit goes underground.  The seismic activity will most likely continue for weeks, although getting deeper in the earth as the particles orbit continues underground.
  6. Should have a new underwater sinkhole for scuba diving at the center of the seismic area.
  7. What happened to Patty?  I think she came home also to the point she entered the earth.  Patty Particle probably struck the same time as Rafael Particle, thrown towards earth from the same solar storm.
  8. I have been waiting impatiently for two months
  9. I am not sure how long the storm will maintain strength after it passes, conventional weather models should apply
  10. Enough said

10-11-12 Update.

The earthquakes continue just Northeast of Puerto Rico (more than 600 tremors over the past 6-8 weeks).  I think I have been a little too anxious in my prediction of a low pressure system moving to the area of the quakes.  During the Louisiana Seismic, Sinkhole and Hurricane Isaac there was an approx. 2 months span between when the seismic activity started and when the low pressure system known as Isaac arrived.  We are approaching that time frame for Puerto Rico and I have two bogeys on the Google Earth Radar.  There is nothing in my research/theory that says that more than one particle can’t strike and orbit at the same time in a similar area.  I have actually seen many photos from China and elsewhere where multiple sinkholes have opened up before/during flooding.  I’ll continue watching but here is an updated image from google earth showing two potential low pressure systems.  They both appear to be moving the the right direction.

OK,  my first guess at the low pressure system “Nadine”  heading for the earthquake swarm appears to be wrong.  I still believe in my theory and it looks like I will have another chance.   My theory predicts that the earthquake swarm near Puerto Rico should continue until a low pressure system moves into the region and the particle’s orbit decays into the earth.  There have been over 800 earthquakes just to the Northwest of San Juan continuously for the past month and they continue each day.  My theory predicts there is a Weakly Interacting (to be argued later) Massive Particle (WIMP) orbiting out of the earth at the center of the low pressure system and back into the earth at the location of the earthquake swarm.  The particle is triggering the earthquakes as it “bores” into the earth and the extreme low pressure where it pops out.

The particle should create an underwater sinkhole at the entrance wound to earth similar to the picture in my last post.  The low pressure system should approach the entry wound and stall out over the location of the sinkhole at its maximum intensity.  On its way, depending upon how interacting it is with the ocean’s steering currents it may wander.  The particle’s orbit should decay as the particle’s velocity slows and/or it gains mass with each orbit.

The particles can travel in excess of 300 miles/sec and can have a mass in the neighborhood of 1e17 kgs!  Massive particles may stay in orbit with the earth for months while they gradually destroy earthen matter.  Without knowing the frequency and path of the orbit it is impossible to tell the exact mass.

The particle should primarily be impacted by earth’s gravity.  After preliminary observations I believe if the entry point (entry wound) into the earth is more gravitationally stable than the exit wound then the particle’s orbit will decay towards  the entrance wound’s location, what I call “coming home”.

It is believed that Dark Matter makes up approximately 24% of the universe and only 4% is matter that we are made of and can see.  Scientists believe they have recently discovered Dark Matter orbiting the sun so I believe much of the larger particles that strike earth are probably expelled from the sun’s orbit during periods of high solar activity.  The more massive the particle, the more destruction they can do on earth over time.

Large particles could also induce wobble in the Earth’s rotation, which is believed to be one of the causes of Ice Ages and/or the reason we came out of them.  So you see, I am going with the odds; there is a 6 to 1 chance that Dark Matter is the trigger to most of the high energy events on earth rather than normal matter.  Also, it is believed that approx. 70% of the universe is Dark Energy.  As you know if you have read my theory, I believe it is this Dark Energy (the high kinetic energy of these particles) which is the trigger source of energy for many of earthquakes, volcanoes and other high energy earthly events and it has been staring us in the face all of the time.


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  1. The earthquake swarm continues (2-3.5 Ms), with approx. 20 yesterday. It was two months between the seismic signals in Bayou Corne and the time that Hurricane Isaac landed. I am going to be more patient and wait and see if a low pressure system approaches. It has been approx. 6 weeks or so I believe since the quake swarm began.

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