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Quantum Ring Theory: can earthquakes be caused by cold fusion?
Posted on Sunday, March 13, 2011 @ 20:13:34 EDT by vlad

Science WGUGLINSKI writes: Japan's Record Quake Corresponds to Solar Flare Activity

Several well-known scientists chime in to corroborate the connection between the recent solar flare activity and the March 11 Japan 8.9 earthquake via the Sun-Earth connection

The Earthquake in Japan follows a week of exceptional skip in the Amateur Radio bands. This means that the Ionosphere was exceptionally energized and the reception at exceptional ranges indicated that the Sun had extraordinary influence on this event.


Look what is written in the paper Forecasting Effect of Macroscopic Nonlocality: A Cold Fusion Manifestation ? , published as paper No. 24 in the book Quantum Ring Theory :

In the case of reactions that happens within the Sun, the great pressure impedes the resoance phenomenon, and so there is not cold fusion in the interior of the Sun.

It seems that cold fusion happens in other place of the Sun. 

[...]  If we consider that in the corona there is a small quantity of reactions by cold fusion...


The correlations between earthquakes and solar magnetic activity suggests that earthquakes can be consequence of cold fusion reactions in the Earth's interior (in the region where the magma touches the solid crust).  In addition, considering that cold fusion occurrence is due to an electromagnetic resonance, then geomagnetic activity is influenced by cold fusion reactions within the Earth.


The solar atmosphere could be an astrophysical vessel of cold fusion reactions, and the interface magma-crust of Earth would be another one.  The cold fusion reactions in the solar atmosphere would occur thanks to resonance process, and the same would occur within the Earth.  But it is possible that the disturbance provoked by the resonance in the Sun's atmosphere can be propagated as non-transverse microwaves perturbation of the ether's particles, and so the two vessels could resonate, i.e. , the process in resonance into the solar atmosphere resonates with the resonance into the Earth.



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Re: Quantum Ring Theory: can earthquakes be caused by cold fusion? (Score: 1)
by runner on Tuesday, April 05, 2011 @ 08:36:19 EDT
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According information I got from trustful source it wasn't caused by Sun but by an special group of people who wish to rule the world.
They used a weapon build on principles discovered by Nicola Tesla.
Read something about Tesla's experiments related to warless transfer of energy through the Ionosphere. He used similar weapon to destroy asteroid what suppose to hit Siberia (Tunguska) in 1908. Instead of hitting the Earth it exploded in air. Tesla simply shut it down with his weapon.
The similar kind of weapon caused the earthquake in Japan.
That is the reason why the Ionosphere was exceptionally energized. In 1908 it was even stronger. And some nights in 1908 it was possible to observe aurora polaris (northern lights) in central Europe e.g. in Paris.
The reason, why the weapon was used in Japan, is to force Japanese government to be more economically dependent on that special group of people who do anything to rule world. And it is actually them who rule the world not the governments of USA, EU, etc. Japan tried to resist them. They have got enough money and sources and they keep a lot technologies what is unknown to most of the rest of the world. Actually a lot of it is discussed on these web pages.

Re: Quantum Ring Theory: can earthquakes be caused by cold fusion? (Score: 1)
by dobermanmacleod on Sunday, March 13, 2011 @ 22:22:20 EDT
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The relationship between the Sun and earthquakes is tenuous.  Besides, I doubt the Sun caused the Japanese island to move 8 feet.  Cold fusion in terms of Rossi's E-Cat is worth speculating on, but cold fusion in terms of the relationship between the Sun and the Earth is (charitably) obscure.  In fact, cold fusion on the Sun (which has an approximate surface temperature of 5800K) is ironic at best, and quite frankly strikes me as laughable.

Re: Quantum Ring Theory: can earthquakes be caused by cold fusion? (Score: 1)
by WGUGLINSKI on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 @ 11:00:54 EDT
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New experiment (July 2011) shows that heat from radioactive decay contributes about half of Earth’s total heat flux:
The Earth has cooled since its formation, yet the decay of radiogenic isotopes, and in particular uranium, thorium and potassium, in the planet’s interior provides a continuing heat source. The current total heat flux from the Earth to space is 44.2±1.0TW, but the relative contributions from residual primordial heat and radiogenic decay remain uncertain. However, radiogenic decay can be estimated from the flux of geoneutrinos, electrically neutral particles that are emitted during radioactive decay and can pass through the Earth virtually unaffected. Here we combine precise measurements of the geoneutrino flux from the Kamioka Liquid-Scintillator Antineutrino Detector, Japan, with existing measurements from the Borexino detector, Italy. We find that decay of uranium-238 and thorium-232 together contribute 20.0 TW to Earth’s heat flux. The neutrinos emitted from the decay of potassium-40 are below the limits of detection in our experiments, but are known to contribute 4TW. Taken together, our observations indicate that heat from radioactive decay contributes about half of Earth’s total heat flux. We therefore conclude that Earth’s primordial heat supply has not yet been exhausted.
http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/ngeo1205.html [www.nature.com]

Celani detected a correlation between earthquakes and cold fusion:
19:49 - He wonders whether there are correlations between earthquakes and cold fusion reactions. Celani says he's been detected correlation between earthquakes and emissions of tritium that could be explained by the phenomena of cold fusion.
http://pesn.com/2011/07/25/9501876_E...io_Conference/ [pesn.com]


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