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Electrodynamic Seismic Forecasting by Eric Dollard

Eric Dollard has 30 years experience in this specific field of predicting earthquakes by analyzing the Earth’s electrical signals. Quite a bit has been released in the past about his methods but in this new presentation, he discloses previously classified information.

This presentation starst out with an overview of a simple Earthquake prediction system successfully used in Greece days in advance. As you know, the best the governmental agencies seem to have are warning systems that only gives minutes of advanced notice. Being able to forecast earthquakes days in advance is obviously magnitudes above what is currently being used to warn the public.

This system could also give fairly accurate predictions of magnitude, location and time!

Eric describes that he detuned an AM radio so it can receive below the normal broacast band to pick up precursor noise from Earthquakes.

After reviewing some of the Greek system, he covers some of the famous Lander’s installation that took him and his associate two generations to build literally. He show a lot of video clips and pictures from that facility that have been shown before, but this time, he is narrating it with details that were not previously revealed.

Get the presentation here:
https://emediapress.com/ericdollard/musicalseismograph/