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Penalty, Delay of Game

December 26, 2012

san-francisco-1989-world-series-earthquake-candelstick-mark-mcgwireSo back in August or so when I first happened upon my theory, I had it in my mind that if these Weakly Interacting Massive Entropic Energetic Particles (WIMEEPS – newer acronym, sounds mo betta…) were orbiting into the Earth, they should be weakening the Earth all of the way along their path and possibly triggering Earthquakes thru beta decay, LENR, gravitational collapse, etc. I had not even thought about the weather implications yet. That got me thinking back to 1989 when I was just recently out of College and working for that company in Silicon Valley I mentioned earlier, Measurex.

We had recently sold a new computer system to a company in Tennessee that manufactured paper products.  This plant was located in the mountains and these guys were “Good Ole Boys” if you know what I mean. They took a trip to California to check out their new computer control system and were staying near Cupertino, in San Jose at a hotel.  That evening back in Atlanta, as I had just sat down to watch the World Series, I received a call on the phone from one of those good ole boys and he sounded like he had just seen Bigfoot… He explained to me that as he got back to his hotel he had also turned on his TV to watch the game and all HELL BROKE LOOSE. He proceeded to tell me that the pool water at the hotel had splashed up above his window on the second floor, emptying most of the water onto the lawn…  Now, back in Atlanta the first thought that came to my mind was that he had brought some of that Tennessee moonshine along with him and had broke into it a little early. Watching on TV, I then realized a fairly massive earthquake, known as the Loma Prieta Earthquake,  had just happened and the epicenter was less than 50 miles from his hotel.  I told him to try and calm down and if he had not opened that bottle yet, he should proceed in earnest…

Now, what I did not know at the time was that Stanford University had seismic equipment and magnetometers setup all along the area for their research and for the previous few weeks they had begun to pick up a strange, ultra low frequency magnetic disturbance in the area of the Santa Cruz mountains. This was well documented in their research papers of which I have included a link here and summarized by others here with a summary listed below from the Stanford University website

“In 1989, Fraser-Smith and his research team were monitoring ultra-low-frequency radio waves in a remote location in the Santa Cruz Mountains as part of a long-term study of the signals reaching Earth from space. On Oct. 5, 1989, their equipment suddenly reported a large signal, and the signal stayed up for the next 12 days. At 2:00 p.m. on Oct. 17, 1989, the signal jumped even higher, about 20 to 30 times higher than what the instruments would normally ever measure, Fraser-Smith said. At 5:04 p.m. the 7.1 magnitude Loma Prieta earthquake hit the Monterey Bay and San Francisco Bay areas, killing 63 people and causing severe damage across the region.

Fraser-Smith originally thought there was something wrong with the equipment. After ruling out the possibility of technical malfunctions, he and his research team started to think the Loma Prieta quake had quietly announced its impending arrival, and that their equipment just happened to be in the right place at the right time to pick up the message.

“Most scientists necessarily make measurements on small earthquakes because that’s what occurs all the time,” Fraser-Smith said. “To make a measurement on a large earthquake you have to be lucky, which we were.”

Along with Stephen Park, earth sciences professor at the University of California-Riverside, and Frank Morrison, professor emeritus of earth and planetary science at UC-Berkeley, Fraser-Smith continued to study the phenomenon of earthquakes emitting electromagnetic waves through a study funded by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

When the USGS terminated the funding in 1999, he decided to move on to other things. But he was recently drawn back into this issue by a local private company that wanted to use his methods to develop earthquake warning systems.

“I took a new look at the measurements, concentrating entirely on large earthquakes,” Fraser-Smith said, “and all of a sudden I could see the forest through the trees.”

He found three other studies describing electromagnetic surges before large earthquakes, just as he had found at the Loma Prieta site. The earliest report was from the Great Alaska earthquake (M9.2) in 1964. Up until now, most of the focus for earthquake warnings and predictions has been on seismological studies, but no seismic measurements have ever shown this kind of warning before a big quake, Fraser-Smith said.”

That low frequency pulse, I believe was the signature of our particle orbiting into the area once every 10 to 20 seconds, gradually weakening the Earth over that fault line. The truth is, many of the largest earthquakes recorded, including Chile, Haiti and Japan have been proceeded by similar atmospheric and electromagnetic disturbances as also detected by the French Demeter satellite. The weakness of humans is that if we cannot see something, we have a hard time believing it. The truth is, much of the entropic energy in this universe is travelling at speeds of hundreds or thousands of miles per seconds or faster and our poor senses were just not designed for that. We gaze in amazement at the destructive power and seek some earthly explanation for it. Once we open our eyes with that sixth sense, it will all be much clearer.

If we want to reduce much of the non-human induced uncertainty in our world, we should all get to know our particle very well. He may even become our friend, although it might always be a love hate relationship…


Copyright 2012 Stewart D. Simonson All Rights Reserved

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One Comment
  1. This reminds me of a program that I listened to recently that relates to this…
    I think it is that one…I listen to so many while painting that they get all jumbled up.

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