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    "La materia è costituita di particelle cariche elettricamente, le quali, in base alla teoria di Maxwell, non possono essere immagi­nate come campi elettromagnetici senza singolarità. Per rimanere in accordo con i fatti, è necessario introdurre dei termini energetici, non contenuti nella teoria di Maxwell, tali che ciascuna particella elementare possa restare unita nonostante la mutua repulsione fra i suoi elementi carichi di elettricità di ugual segno. Per tener conto di questo fatto, Poincaré ha supposto che all'interno di tali particelle esista una pressione negativa che equilibra la repulsione elettro­statica. Non si può tuttavia essere sicuri che questa pressione sia nulla fuori della particella, e perciò aggiungeremo, nella nostra presentazione fenomenologica, un termine di pressione. Esso non dovrà però essere confuso con una pressione idrodinamica atta a servire soltanto alla rappresen­tazione energetica delle relazioni dinamiche interne della materia. In questo senso scriveremo Tμν=gμα gνβ σ dsα dsβ gμν p." (Einstein Il significato della Relatività 1950 Boringhieri TO)

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Supernove, congiunzioni planetarie e sismicità terrestre (sismologia quantistica)

Giovanni Imbalzano © 2012 Moncalieri Italy

Supernovas, planetary conjunctions and Earth seismicity (quantic seismology)

    Marea: " Sole interviene (solo) a modificare l'ampiezza della marea (acquea) componente di gran lunga più importante della m. atmosferica è costituita da una oscillazione solare semidiurna... La teoria delle m. atmosferiche deve spiegare il fatto che la m. lunare è da 20 a 30 volte minore della m. solare, anche se la forza gravitazionale di m. esercitata dalla Luna è più che doppia di quella esercitata dal Sole, e che essa è a sua volta maggiore di quanto ci si attenderebbe da un calcolo basato sulle sole forze gravitazionali" (L.U.I. Treccani, 1974 Roma).

     Premise: commonly we think that far-off asters, also the great planets as Jupiter or Saturn, they are able to influence gravity only a tenth of what the Moon can do, accountable for liquid tides and the earthly tides, as the earthquakes: the same action of the Sun penetrate below the surface earthly seems to be half of that lunar, and the tides contrast to the action of the Sun and of the Moon, reducing of a third the measurable value with a "pendulum of twist". However, if suddenly we miss the gravitational action of the Sun or of Jupiter, is evident that the effect on the Earth would be many more disruptive in comparison with the absentia of the Moon! Such we may certainly resolve such contradictions introducing the ratios of energy (potential) and not of force and acceleration: in such a case, quite the reverse of what over, the Jupiter or Saturn energetic actions are superior ten times in comparison with the Moon. It is well true that always does not have been possible that we have noticed seismic phenomenon in concomitance of strong planetary perturbations, but this only because the relative action is verified in a well determinate directions and in more tender geological places. In other words, we may consider the planetary perturbations as possible causes (necessaries but not sufficient) to sudden seismic effects, as the fuse of an explosive. More exactly, in a manner similar to the damping of a pendulum, such perturbations furnish the energy that is stored, while the possible movements of earthly clods force the oscillating system, increasing her power. G. I.


Seismic perturbation, Bode law and WIMP interactions (gravitational quantization)

Giovanni Imbalzano © 2013 Moncalieri Italy

Perturbazioni sismiche, legge di Bode e interazioni WIMP (quantizzazione gravitazionale)


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11 440 BC: SN, and last but two geomagnetic inversion, with an intense seismic and volcanic activity. Epoch of the Nefilim (~10 500 BC, from Sumerians texts):

                            "They are on the Eatrh the Giants in those days " (Genesis 6.4)
6 295 BC: SN, and penultimate geomagnetic inversion with radioactive precipitation (U). Neolithic (4236 BC: observation of the Sirius star; wagons and circular constructions)
3 113 BC: geomagnetic inversion the latest. Gentlemen of the Sky in Babel (~3000 BC): "We get off so we confuse their tongue" (Genesis 11.7)
1 800 BC: variation of C14. God of Abraham: "He raised the eyes and he saw that three men's were with of he." (Genesis 18.2)
1 147 BC: SN..? Intense seism and radioactive precipitation (U)
600 BC: variation of C14
134 BC SN type I in Scorpio, of Ipparco and Chinese
5 BC SN Chinese, with alignment of planets (7-6 BC) and variation of C14: Magus’s to Bethlehem (birth of Christ)
Magus’s: "We have seen a star great, lamping among all other,

and become dark it insomuch that they it disappeared!" Proto-Evangel of James XXI, 2 (~ 150 AC) 7-4 BC... 1987 AC. 

    The Magus’s or "Three Kings" had departed by the Orient two years before (Matthew 2.16) in occasion of the planetary alignment of the 7/6 BC, interpreted by Chaldeans as prediction of too great an event that must be verified in Bethlehem; they observed only then (Mt 2.9) the "fixed star" of maximum shine, that same observed by Chinese’s.


33 AC: Moon / Sun conjunction, then opposition (total / partial eclipse), whirlwinds in Cappadocia, 2 Earthquakes to Jerusalem (death and reappearance of Christ)
79 AC: eruption of the Vesuvius (and alignment of planets)
185 Chinese SN in Centaur (7/12/185)
386-393 & 436 (Centaur, Sagittarius, Scorpio) Novae..?
600: weak variation of C14
716-827 SN (?) in Scorpio, Novae..? Earthquakes in Iran (856-893)
1006 SN type I in Wolf
15/5/1054 Armenia SN -type I (binary star) and/or 4/7/1054 -type II Chinese Z (single-hit star) in Bull, with variations of C14
1181-1203 Chinese SN in Cassiopeia - Scorpio?
1224-1240 SN in Scorpio: weak variation of C14, devastate in Anatolia (1268) and China (1290)
1408 Arabic SN in Swan: variation of C14; 1572 Brahe (II) in Cassiopeia: conjunction (Mar, Jup, Sat) and long Earthquakes (China 1556, Emily 1575)
1604 Kepler SN (I) in Ofiuco (**) with Mars and Jup in conjunction; 1670 SN (II) in Cassiopeia

1700 26 gen.: Alaska e California (~ 52N 178E) m9.0; 1737 16 Ott.: Kamchatka, Russia (~ 53N 161E) m9.3

1742 1 Sep.: triple conjunction (Mer, Jup, Sat) and partial occultation's: 1743 (Mer, Sat); 1746 (Mer, Ven); 1748 (Ven, Mar)
1750: strong Earthquakes (India, Portugal, Italia) with triple conjunction of the day 19/4/1755 (Ven, Mar, Ura)

1755 31 Oct.: very strong Earthquake in Portugal (70-100,000 victims) m9: Sun ~90° on Sat / Jup, Ven ~90° on Sat / Moo & Mer / Ven (<=click!)

          16 Dec.: Valdivia, Chile m8.5; 1761 5 Jun. & 1769 3 Jun.: transits of Ven*Sun

1833 25 Nov.: Sumatra, Indonesia m8.7: Jup*Moo/Ven ┴ Mar*Sun/Sat (<=click!); 1885 20 Aug.: Extra SN; 1904 SN (?) in Sagittarius

1906 22 Feb.: triplet (Mer, Ven, Sat) and Earthquake of Valparaiso (16 Aug. m8.3) with max magnitude registered for now (Richter scale)
1908 Jupiter / Saturn opposition (click) on the axis Sun / Plu e Ven / Nep  (click): strong Earthquake of Calabria's Reggio and Messina (28/12 m8) with
80,000 victims

1920 16 Dec.: China (Haiyuan  ~ 29N 111E) m8.6; 1926'50: other Earthquakes inferior to the precedent;

1942: SNIC 4182”; 1952 11 Apr. h03.38r: Kamchatka (53N 160E) m9.0: Jup / Sat 90°on Jup / Sun / Mer / Ven and Sat / Nep / Moo (<=click!)

1960 22 May h14.19r: Chile (38.24S 73.05W) m9.5: Mer / Sun (& Ven)  ~90° on Jup / Moo (& Ven) and Sat / Mar (& Moo) apparently external

1962 5 Feb: an alignment (conjunction) of Sun and Moon with five planets (Venus, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn).

1964 27 Mar. h18.27r: Alaska (Prince William Sound 61N 147.5W) m9.2: Moo / Sun 90°on Mar / Jup and Sat / Ven

1967 6/9: triplet (Mer, Juno, Ura); 1968, Jan-May: Earthquake of Belice (Sicily) in proximity of various planetary triplets
1968 21-31/8: triplets (Mer, Ven, Jup) / (Mer, Ven, Ura) followed from (Mar, Jup, Ura) 31 Nov.

1974/10/26, quartet (Mer, Ven, Mars, Ura): strong seism in mid-Orient (1972'74), in center-America (1972'76), China and Philippine isles (1976)

1976 7/9: triplet (Mer, Ven, Mar), strong Earthquake in Philippines, China and Friuli (Italy 1976)

23/2/1987: 1987A extra SN, strong Earthquakes (Peru, China, Iran)

2000, 5 May: alignment (conjunction) of Sun, Moo with five planets (Ven, Mer, Mars, Jup, Sat);

           9 May complete conjunction, planets at equilibrium!

2000 17 May h10:31, Ven*Jup in partial occultation (41.87"); 2000/2002: seism in Piedmont, Italy

2003 Dec.: Mar / Jup & Jup / Ear ~90° on Sun / Ear & Sat / Sun (<=click!), seisms in Iran (Bam 29N 58E) with 31 thousand deads

2006 15 Nov.: I. Kuril Islands m8.3: 10 Dec. triplet (Mer, Mar, Jup); 2007 12 Dec.: Jakarta, Indonesia m8.5

2007 1 Apr.: Salomon Islands m8.1: 23 Dec. alignment / conjunction (Sun, Mer, Ear, Mar, Jup, Plu) toward the galactic center

2007 -2012: intense seism and planetary alignment in the arc of a year (***)

2010 27 Feb. h01.43r,  Chile (Offshore Maule 35S 72.5W) m8.8: Sat & Moo (& Sun) 90° on Sat & Moo / Jup (& Nep & Ven) & Sun, apparently external

2011 11 mar. h15:15r, Japan East (Honshu 38.32N 142.37E) 26 000 victims m9.0; 8 June: new type of Super-Nova outshines the rest.


Media of the SN appearance: every 100 years

*) ? =Not documented, extra Extra =Extra-galactic.
**) Sagittarius, Ofiuco, Scorpio, Wolf, Centaur, Cygnus and Cassiopeia: constellations especially of population I (binary young stars predestined to SN).

***)     Date           (T-T        Declination)               Planets

            2012/02/10 02:08:49 0.30352° conjunction Venus * Uranus

            2012/02/13        opposition / Earth              Mars       /   Neptune

            2012/03/13                "                                Venus     /         "      

            2012/03/27                "                                Mars      /   Uranus    

            2012/04/29                "                                Mars      /   Venus     

            2012/05/02                "                                Mercury /   Saturn     

2012/05/19                "                                Venus    /   Jupiter     

            2012/05/22 05:32:11 0.38379° conjunction Mercury * Jupiter... then * Venus (click!): continue telluric movements in Emily, & 2012/05/28 on Pollino Mount m4.3

            2012/06/01 20:18:52 0.19221° conjunction Mercury * Venus      

            2012/06/10        opposition / Earth               Mars      /   Jupiter    

            2012/09/03                "                                 Venus    /   Uranus   

            2012/11/27 01:11:50 0.52551° conjunction  Venus   *   Saturn    

            2013/02/04 21:03:32 0.40627°          "         Mars     *   Neptune        

            2013/03/22 18:18:04 39.10"             "         Mars    *   Uranus in partial occultation

            2013/03/23        opposition / Earth                Mercury /   Uranus

            2013/03/24                "                                       "       /    Mars, into two conjunctions (08/02-08/05/2013)

            2013/06/27                "                                       "       /    Jupiter

            2013/09/21                "                                       "       /    Venus.


Triangoli sismici notevoli: Toscana Marche Veneto (MS-AN-PN) m4,4; Umbria Eolie Calabria (PG-ME-CS) m3,5; Lucania ˅ Sicilia ˅ Lazio (PZ-PA-RM) m3,2.

MAX al 13'07'13: Apuane m5,1; Adriatic m4,9 // ME & CS m4,2; Emily m3,9; Prealpi m3,8; PG m3,7; VV m3,6; PZ m3,4; PA3,3 // RM m2,9; MC m2,8.

Graphs for m>5 compatible with our MAX of magnitude Click

Trend: Alaska/Ande* ~ Solomon-Vanuatu-Tonga\N. Zealand ~ America C.\Mexico* ~ Russia/Papua ~ Philippines\Japan ~ Atlantic/Madagascar ~ Iran/India* ~ China/Indonesia

            (*) Alaska+Canada; Ande = Chile+Peru+Isole (e.g. Easter); America C.+Ecuador+Colombia+Venezuela; Mexico+California+Oregon;

 Iran con Afghanistan, Caucaso, Turchie, Arabia e Cipro; India+Pakistan+Nepal+Buthan+Bangladesh+Isole; particolari: Antille/Antarctic, Americhe Centrali W/E, Argentina\Iceland

(questa con focolaio vulcanico) e Arctic/Iberi-Africa, Africa Est/Centro-Sud (con perturbazioni vulcaniche aleatorie).

Più oltre, nel RIASSUNTO previsionale, in base alle periodicità qui dedotte, sono riportate le date attese di alte magnitudo, limitate dagli Stress planetari.

Magnitudini, Coincidenze orarie e altri Indici di rischio relativi ai massimi tra fasi lunari estreme

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(Click→)  <Dettaglio delle zone di rischio mondiali> (m5.7...8) Significance 18'12'12-1'9'13: Picks & Long. Lat. Richter.RTF

World Time Zones by Alfred Simpson

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 ↓G↑Planets ╚►Ven/Sat,Mar/Mer,Jup/Moo(45°)Sun/Plu                                           ╚►Mer*Nep/Sat(30°),Jup/Sat(45°)Sun/Ear            

                                                                                                                                                                                            ╚►Jup/Ven(45°)Moo/Sat&Mar/Ura┴Sun/Ear ╚►Sat*Ven/Mar(30°),Jup/Plu┴Sun/Moo

       (1) 11'10'15 Jup&Mar/Nep┴Sun/Sat≈6.1M    (2) 27'09'17 Mar/Mer&Jup/Sat≈┴Sun/Nep=6.5M    (3) 25'09'28 Jup*Mer/Nep(60°)Mar/Plu=5.1M    (a) 03'08'50 Mar/Nep(45°)Jup/Ura≈4.3M

{Venus dominant also for the year 2014}

~                   Critical hours and Planetary incidences                   ~

  La sincronicità dei terremoti comporterebbe velocità di onde sismiche interne 180 volte superiori a quelle sonore;

dobbiamo quindi supporre flussi di particelle localizzate da ben precise posizioni di Luna e Pianeti rispetto al Sole!

    Il fatto che entro h01:30 gli effetti sismi si verificano nel contempo alla distanza media di 1/4 della circonferenza terrestre  (ovvero almeno 9*106m) significa che

le azioni sismiche si trasmetterebbero almeno in 6002km/h = 1667m/s =  4,86 Mach, ben superiore alla velocità del Suono in aria secca (343 m/s).

    Ciò smentisce evidentemente le teorie esclusivamente geofisiche (endogene) sull'origine dei terremoti:

l'interazione interplanetaria con la Terra è un'osservabile quantistica e gravitazionale (Bendandi-Imbalzano theory 1900©2000).

    Within h01:30 the seismic effects are verified at the same time to the average distance of 1/4 of the terrestrial circumference (that is at least 9106m): this means that

seismic actions are to be transmitted at least in 6002km/h = 1667m/s = 4,86 Mach, very superior to the speed of the Sound in a sec fluid (343 m/s).

    This denies evidently the exclusively geophysical theories (endogenous) on the origin of earthquakes:

the interplanetary interaction with mother Earth is a quantic and gravitational observable.

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:= 1ª Fase ~ Fase ~ 3ª Fase ~ 4ª Fase ~ 5ª Fase ~ 6ª Fase ~ 7ª Fase ~ 8ª Fase ~ 9ª Fase=:

:=20/5/12 ~ 11/8/12 ~ 18/12/12 ~ 6/8/13 ~ 19/9/13 ~ 17/11/13 ~ 1/1/14 ~ 9/8/14 ~ 1/11/14=:


:= 10ª Fase =:

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(For hazard succession preview, see down)

                                           (2/6 Piemonte≈44° m3.8→4.7→3.5)Confirmed hazard: 25/6/14; 10'10→12-14/10...                                                                                 Confirmed hazard: 8<11/8/14 E.≈4%; 5<6/11/14 E.≈0,5%...


                                         (☺12/6 Umbria44° m5.1→4.8→3.2)Confirmed hazard: 12/6, 13/7, 9/8<11/8, 9/9/14...                                                                                  ↑Confirmed hazard: 13→15/10...

                                                (☺12/6+1 C.Italy43° m4.9→4.7→3.4) Confirmed hazard: 8/6→13/6/14...                                      (4/6+2 Calabria39° m5.0→4.7→4.0)  ↓Confirmed hazard: 6/6, 4/8→7/8/14; 30/9←2/10...


                                         (☺12/6-2 Sicily38° m4.2→4.8→2.6)Confirmed hazard: 10&12/6/14, 1/88/8/14; 30/9→1-3-9/10...                                                         Confirmed hazard: 1921//9/14...

                                                                                                Confirmed hazard: 21/9/2014...                                                            SEE Italy REGION: CLICk!

Zone a rischio mondiali, legenda: Antarctic I.-SandwichSI.-AtlanticS-AndeOffPacificRiseSE                                          Picchi tra Fasi lunari estreme

] -45°[NZealandSI.-ChileVallenar-TongaSWFijiVaini-ChileIquique-PeruAcari-VanuatuSola-Solomon

-S.Cruz-ChristmasFlyingC-PapuaNGPanguna-IndonesiaMuaraSiberut] ±0°[Colombia-&Panama



] +45°[&Kuril&Ozernovskiy-AlaskaSitkin-OkhotskSea-AlaskaCraig-RussiaDruzhina                                                           Picchi tra Fasi lunari estreme ← CLICk!

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~ RIASSUNTO previsionale dal 28'5'14☻ ≈ex-Lat. Ex-m (=experimental 66% of)→theoretic ±0.5, cfr. Shoulder/Front Planets (Reduced for Italy) ~

10 Concordanze nel mese di Giugno, 4 in Luglio, 9 in Agosto, tutte con Err. Max < 1 giorno / mese; segue Settembre con 6 Concordanze...

- 27'05☻...  dati precedentiultimi:

[ 5-12-22/6 Piemonte/Liguria44° m3.8→4.7→2.8-3.4-3.5; 6/6 Calabria39° m5.0→4.7→4.0; 7/6☺ Sicily38° m4.2→4.8→2.6

- 12/6☺ Toscana/Umbria44° m5.1→4.8→3.2;   14/6 Centre Italy≈42° m4.9→4.7→3.4; 14'6-24'6 India≈27° m7.7→7.06.4; 23'6 N. Zealand≈-31° m6.5→≡6.9

 16'6 Antille≈15-17° m6.5→5.5; 18'6 Indonesia≈-7° m7.0→6.8→6.2; 24'6 Alaska≈50° m6.6→6.4→7.9↑]

- 27'06☻...

[ 7'6=>3'7 Russia≈44° m8.3→6.7→5.9; 18'7-6=>12'7 Japan≈37° m7.1→6.5; 29/614/7 Atlantic ≈ -56° m6.4→6.9

- 13/7~☺ Toscana/Umbria43° m5.1→4.2→2.6; 21/7 Rischio mondiale elevato (All m>5) ≈ -20° (Chile 1/4 m8.2→Tonga/Fiji) m8.3 {8.0}→6.9 eccezionale nel contesto ]

- 26'7☻...

[ 1, 5, 8/8 Sicily38° m2.6→3.4, 2.4, 3.1; 4, 6, 7/8 Calabria39° m4.0→4.3, 3.0, 3.0; 8'8 Nordest Italy44° m3.9→2,8; 9, 16/8 Toscana/Umbria43° m4.1→3.4, 2.6 ]

- 10'8☺... 21'8 Alaska≈53° m6.4→5.4; 23'8 Ande (Chile)≈-20° m6.4→6.4; 18-22'8 Iran ≈ 33-34° m5.86.2-5.4 ]

- 25'8☻...

[ 17÷27/8<6'9 China28°÷42° m6.9 (12'2)→m5.1÷4.6; 7/9 Toscana/Umbria44° m3.3m4.0

- 9'9☺... India≈22° m6.4→5.4; 17÷21'9 Mondiale & Italico (Generic Indonesia/Philippines≈-1°/14°) m6.7 {7.1}→6.9

 1721/9 Greece≈38° m6.9→5.2; 1722'9 Tonga-Vanuatu-Sol. ≈ -16° m7.05.6 ]

- 23'9 ☻...

[ 30/9→1-3-9/10 Sicily38° m3.4 {3.94.7}2.9-3.0-4.3; 30/92-3/10 Calabria 39° m3.7→3.1

  - 8'10 10'1012-14/10 δ ≈3-6% Piemonte/Liguria 44° m2.6→2.7; 7-11/1015/10 δ <4-2% Mexico ≈16-23° m7.2→6.2-5.3; 315/10 Adriatic ≈41° m5.1→(3.52.3)

  - 16/10←18/10 δ<2% Antille ≈19° m5.24.6; 17-20-21/10←19/10 δ2% Alaska ≈65° m5.4→5.0; 20'10←21/10 δ 0.5% Papua*** ≈-3° m7.45.4 ]

  - 23'10☻...

[ 05'1106/1130/11 δ 0.515% Nord-East Italy46°45° m2.8→3.03.8; 6'11÷14'11 Russia ≈55°, δ 6% m5.9 → 5.7

- 7'11☺... 15←19/11 Rischio mondiale elevato (All m>5 ≈-20° Chile &→ Tonga/Fiji ≈2° Indonesia δ ≈2%) m8.3→6.8→7.1; 01→17'11 Atlantic ≈ -46° m6.9→6.2

- 28'1130'112'12/14'12 δ<2/% Centre Italy≈41° m3.4→4;26'1101'12 δ <1% Indonesia local≈2.3° m6.0→6.8 ]

- 21'11☻...

[ 2'12 δ <1% Calabria≈37° m4→2.4; 4'12 δ≈0% Toscana/Umbria≈43° m4→2.7; 4'125'12 δ ≈1% India ≈-12° m5.*→5.1

- 6'12☺... 7→11'12 China28°÷42° m6.9→5.5 & Sicily≈38° m4.33; 11'12 Philippines≈12° m7.1 {6.6}→5.1; 8←12'12 America C. (Panama)≈ m6.8→6.6

- 1115'12 World & Italy Generic China/Taiwan≈26° m6.7→6.1; 15'12 Iceland≈65° m5.7→5.4; 28'11&→6'12 Piemonte/Liguria ≈45° m3.53.6 ;

  720'12 (δ ≈ 01% little modified from 8'10) Sicily ≈38° m3.0→3.2; 20'12 Alaska/Canada≈51° (19'12 δ<1%) m3.55.1 ]

- 21'12☻...

- 5'1'15☺...

[ 1317/1 Greece≈36° m5.24.8 & Antille14° m4.6 {4.7}→4.8 ]

- 20'1☻...

[ 23'19'2 Primary faults m>5,  m8.2→6.8, δ =17d/10.5m ≈5% see StressVM.jpg; 30'11'2 Toscana/Umbria≈44° m4.*→2.3 ]

- 3'2☺... 4'2'15... On February 6, 2015 – Jupiter will be at opposition. that means it’ll be 180o from the sun in our sky, or opposite the sun as seen from Earth

                At and near opposition, Jupiter’s moons and their respective shadows cross Jupiter pretty much in concert...

[ 6'24/3 Sicily≈39° m3.3 {4.6}<5.7→4.7; 7/2 Adriatic ≈42°  m3.5 {5.34.7}4.9; 9→17/2 Ande -10° m6.4→5.4  δ<9% ]

- 18'2☻...

[ 11&24←28/2 δ≈73% Argentina≈ -24° m6.2 {6.3}<9.1→6.7&5.4; 27/24/3 India/Pakistan ≈35° δ<2% m6.4 {5.4}<9.1→5.4 ]

- 3'3☺... - 20'3☻...

[ 19←20'3 Russia ≈53° m5.7→5.2; 18←20'3 World & Italy Generic: Indonesia ≈2° m6.6→6.2;

    1520'3 Atlantic ≈-26° m6.2→5.4; 21'3→27'3 Japan ≈34°-25° m6.45.5  27→28'3 Calabria ≈39° m4.4→3.1+Greece m5.4 ]

[  21'35'4 Iceland ≈ 65° m5.4 {5.2}3.2 (δ ≈1g/3.7m <14%) anticipation but the volcanic activity in a drastic diminution (Earthquake swarm in Krísuvík volcano);

   29'318'4 Tonga-Vanuatu-Sol. ≈-15° m6.9 {7.0}→6.5; 30'323'4 δ <13% Papua*** ≈ -5° m5.7 {7.6}→7.5; Mexico/California ≈17° m7.2 {7.6}4.8 ]

- 3'4☺...

[ 14'3÷910'4 Antarctic ≈ -50° m5.4 {6.0}→5.0÷4.9; 1314'4 Ande≈-21° m5.4 {7.6}5.4 δ≈1% ]


World Agreements (Concordance) by June 2014 (graphical display <=CLICk!

New Predictions: last magnitude {Gaussian tendency}Max planet

- 18'4☻... 19'4 Iran ≈27° m6.2 {5.9}→8.6

- 3'5☺... 11'5 Greece ≈36° m4.8 {7.2}→5.4; - 13'5 Rischio mondiale (All m>5 ≈2° Indonesia) m7.1 {8.0}7.4

    17'5 Piemonte/Liguria ≈45° m3.6 {3.7}→3.8 & Antille1 m4.8 {4.1}→7.2

- 18'5☻... 21'5 Centre Italy ≈41° m4.03.8; 29'5 Nord-East Italy ≈45° m3.8 {4.1}→3.8; 31'5 Tonga-Vanuatu-Sol. ≈-15° m6.5 {7.0}7.1

- 1'6☺... Sicily≈39° m4.73.8; 15'6 World & Italy Generic (Indonesia≈2°) m6.2 {8.0}6.0

 - 16'6☻... 19'6 Toscana/Umbria≈44° m2.3 {3.7}3.8 & Adriatic ≈ 42°  m4.9 {4.8}3.8; 26'6 Calabria ≈38° m3.3 {4.5}→3.7

    29'6 Alaska/Canada≈51° m5.2 {7.2}→7.2; 30'6 Philippines≈12° m6.6 {6,5}→7.2

- 1'7☺... 9'7 America C. (Panama)≈ m6.6 {7.3}7.2; 24'7 Japan ≈36° m5.5 {6.8}→6.4

- 16'7☻... Atlantic ≈-26° m5.4 {7.0}→5.8 & 16'7 Ande≈-22° m5.4 {7.6}→7.2; 23'7 Russia ≈53° m5.7 {6.0}→5.8; 24'4→7'9 Indonesia 2° m6.8 {7.0}→6.1;

    16'9 Mexico/California ≈17° m4.8 {7.9}→6.1; 17'9 Papua≈-3° m7.5 {7.6}→6.1

- 28'9☺... Antarctic≈-50° m5.0÷4.9 {6.0}→6.4; 5'10 China26° m6.1 {7.4}7.0 - 12'10☻... [7'3→] 20'10 N. Zealand ≈ -30° m6.9 [→9.1]→7.0

- 27'10☺...  - 11'11☻... 17'11 India ≈35° m5.4 {4.5}7.2 - 26'11☺... - 3'12'15 Primary faults m>5 Vanuatu≈ -17°  m6.8 {7.9}7.2 - 10'12☻...

- 25'12'15☺... - 9'1'16☻... - 24'1☺... - 7'2☻... 15'2'16 Argentina≈ -23° m6.7 {6.6}→7.2 - 22'2☺...


... ... ... Quadro delle Concordanze <=CLICk!  ~!~ 2015 ~!~ CLICk!=> Concordanze aggiornate ... ... ...

RIEPILOGO dal 1'1'2015 : ...☺...

Latitudes follow the Earth inclination in comparison with the Sun;

planetary dominant hours are underlined and respect the predictions (latitudes variation inclusive)

Nel Trend delle Previsioni / Dati reali l'errore più vistoso (6'9 / 17'8) riguarda la Cina, ma sul periodo di 298 giorni l'errore è inferiore allo 0.1%:

...☺... ...☻... Critical seismic hours h3:30 ≈> 17:30

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~!~ Jan 2015 ~!~

- 01'01 h03:52r, California W (Ferndale 40.44N 125.78W) m5.1: ; h03:58r, Le Serre (VV 38.61N 16.23E) m2.4; h08:46r, Emily (MO 44.92N 11.25E) m2.5;

            h12:17r, Iran WSW (Firuzabad 28.71N 51.89E) m5.1; h20:46r, Sannio (CB 41.70N 14.61E) m3.6
- 02'01 h01:35r, Canada SW (Bella B. 50.97N 130.18W) m5.2: rinforzo di Concordanza Alaska/Canada≈52° (19'1220'12 qui δ ≈14d/5,9m <8%);

            h09:33r, Calabria Coast W (SA 39.82N 15.29E) m3.9; h12:05r, Antarctic Pacific-Ridge (56.92S 150.63W) m5.4

- 03'01 h04:36r, Indonesia NE (Bitung 2.50N 126.40E) m5.1; h06:53r, Patti-Milazzo (ME 38.37N 15.22E) m2.6: preambolo di Concordanza Sicily ≈38° (m3.0 {4.3}5.9 δ≈2d/2m≈3%)

- 04'01 h01:34r, Vanuatu NE (Port-Vila 17.10S 168.80E) m5.1; h14:33r, Japan NE (Naze 29.30N 130.65E) m5.1; h19:37r, Sicily/I. Lipari (ME 38.46N 15.47E) m2.6;

- 05'01 h08:28r, Augusta Gulf (SR 37.17N 15.34E) m3.2: Concordance (Sicily δ=0%); h08:54r, Emily (MO 44.92N 11.25E) m2.7;

            h09:47r, Papua N. Guinea ESE (Kandrian 7.00S 150.88E) m5.1; h14:13r, La Sila (KR 39.15N 16.89E) m2.3 ......
- 06'01 h00:44r, Japan (Izu I. 30.61N 142.21E) m5.3; h01:07r, I. Lipari (ME 38.68N 14.89E) m3.3: Concordance reinforce (Sicily δ≈1d/2m<2%) and new Setting;

            h03:33r, Piacenza (PR 44.81N 9.91E) m2.4; h05:13r, N. Zealand NNW (Methven 43.07S 171.23E) m5.6; h20:11r, Easter I. SE (36.41S 103.82W) m5.2:

            Concordance preamble Ande (δ ≈ 4d/3.1m ≈ 4%); h22:59r, Patti-Milazzo (RC 38.25N 15.56E) m2.4; h23:36r, Panama S (P. Burica 5.83N 82.65W) m6.6
- 07'01 h09:02r, Russia SSE (Ust'Kamchatsk Staryy 55.10N 163.26E) m5.4; h12:55r, China/Taiwan N (Hualian 24.28N 121.66E) m5.1

- 08'01 h00:32r, Papua N. Guinea NNW (Lae 6.06S 146.62E) m5.1; h12:37r, Calabria Coast S (RC 38.39N 16.43E) m2.6; h16:01r, Antarctic Pacific-Ridge (54.52S 132.69W) m5.1;

            h17:36r, Iceland S (Akureyri 64.59N 17.70W) m5.1

- 09'01 h01:42r, Antarctic Indian Ocean/Balleny I. (61.64S 161.34E) m5.4; h04:21r, Japan W (Shibetsu 43.64N 144.96E) m5.5; h09:34r, I. Lipari (ME 38.49N 15.34E) m2.5;

            h10:24r, Alta Val Tiberina (PG 43.42N 12.40E) m2.9; h15:43r, Tonga E (Hihifo 15.85S 172.99W) m5.1
- 10'01 h04:36r, Sicily Coast N (PA 38.07N 13.79E) m3.0; h05:23r, Indonesia WNW (Sinabang 2.60N 96.07E) m5.2; h06:39r, Indian/Chagos Archipelago (5.64S 68.34E) m5.5;

            h12:00r, China ENE (Arzak 40.10N 77.27E) m5.1; h13:20r, Chile NNE (Calama 21.61S 68.54W) m5.4: strong Concordance Ande≈ -20° (δ=0%) see also 06'01;

            h18:20r, Gargano (FG 41.88N 15.57E) m3.2coincidenze in ore reali rispondenti alla teoria con relativi aumenti d'intensità, come dai grafici Past & Future

- 11'01 h00:41r, Sicily Sea (AG 36.42N 12.87E) m3.8; h03:33r, Philippines N (Mabayo 14.77N 120.28E) m5.8; h21:25r, Norge/Svalbard-Mayen WSW (Longyearbyen 77.39N 7.65E) m5.4:

            scossa eccezionale presso al Polo Nord

- 12'01 h01:45r, Mexico SE (Pijijiapan 15.60N 93.11W) m5.4; h20:08r, Patti-Milazzo (ME 38.37N 15.51E) m2.5; h21:07r, Gargano (FG 41.94N 15.62E) m2.3
- 13'01 h00:53r, Alpi Retiche (SO 46.39N 10.03E) m2.3; h05:20r, Indonesia NW (Dobo 5.55S 133.94E) m5.8; 06:30r, Antille/Dominican R. NNE (Cristobal 18.36N 71.32W) m4.8:

            week Concordance ≈14°  (δ= 4d/4.1m 3%) from m4.6 {4.7}; h12:48r, Alpi Marittime (IM 44.07N 7.27E) m2.4; h12:49r, Greece S (Gytheion 36.39N 22.58E) m4.8:

            week Concordance ≈38°  (ex m5.2 δ= 4d/3.9m3%); h23:16r, Chianti (PI 43.27N 11.40E) m2.3
- 14'01 h02:29r, Calabria Coast W (CZ 38.99N 15.70E) m3.0; h05:52r, Papua N. Guinea N (Lae 6.41S 147.03E) m5.2; h12:14r, China NE (Hepingyizu 29.34N 103.17E) m5.3

- 15'01 h05:31r, Tirreno A S (PA 38.53N 13.44E) m3.0; h08:08r, Indonesia SW (Tinabogan 0.13N 119.99E) m5.2; h11:14r, Val Topino (PG 42.79N 12.73E) m2.3;

            h19:43r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge S (26.08S 11.47W) m5.2; h22:03r, Adriatico S (LE 42.09N 16.68E) m2.3

- 16'01 h06:19r, Ecuador SSE (Machala 3.33S 79.94W) m5.1; h15:08r, Calabria/Mar Ionio (RC 37.81N 16.16E) m2.4

- 17'01 h13:11r, Philippines SSE (Bungahan 13.92N 120.67E) m5.3; h14:29r, Bolivia ESE (Yacuiba 22.23S 63.07W) m5.3

- 18'01 h07:34r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge S (16.41S 13.99W) m5.2; h08:27r, Indonesia W (Tual 5.77S 131.84E) m5.6; h08:29r, Philippines ENE (Biga 13.91N 120.66E) m5.3;

            h09:02r, Tonga NW (Neiafu 18.03S 174.60W) m5.1; h13:14r, Mar Ionio (SR 37.20N 15.63E) m2.3; h13:21r, Le Murge (BA 40.78N 16.63E) m2.4;

            h16:10r, Pacific Rise SE (35.46S 105.78W) m5.1; h16:46r, Alaska SSW (Semisopochnoi I. 51.91N 179.57E) m5.8; h17:09r, Val Trebbia (GE 44.54N 9.43E) m3.1
- 19'01 h01:43r, Japan (Izu I. 30.47N 142.13E) m5.1; h11:40r, Tirreno B S (VV 39.08N 15.08E) m2.6; h13:10r, Greenland Sea (73.23N 6.44E) m5.5

- 20'01 h00:54r, Guatemala SW (S. M. Chiquimula 15.02N 91.34W) m5.6; h01:19r, Philippines SSW (Manuk Mangkaw 4.64N 119.76E) m5.5; h08:19r, Stretto di Messina (RC 38.10N 15.57E) m3.1;

            h12:51r, Chile NW (Antofagasta 23.33S 70.90W) m5.4; h23:48r, Le Murge (MT 40.78N 16.33E) m2.7  ...☻...
- 21'01 h05:49r, Patti-Milazzo (ME 38.39N 15.39E) m2.4; h13:41r, Philippines WNW (Kalbay 5.75N 125.42E) m5.2

- 22'01 h01:04r, Greenland Sea (73.28N 6.39E) m5.2; h05:54r, Papua N. Guinea SE (Madang 5.65S 146.32E) m5.7; h09:58r, Sicily/Lipari (ME 38.53N 14.85E) m2.7;

            h10:23r, Emily/Finale (MO 44.87N 11.24E) m2.5

- 23'01 h07:35r, Appennino pistoiese (PO 44.13N 11.14E) m4.3: picco da m4.*{3.9} in Concordanza Toscana ≈44° (1'2, δ =9d/4.9m ≈6%); h15:01r, Vanuatu NNE (P. Vila 17.00S 168.53E) m6.8:

            Concordanza mondiale 9'2 anticipata (Primary faults m>5 anticipated for 9'2, δ =17d/10.5m ≈5%, m8.2 {8.0} Ande/Chile NW Iquique ≈ -20°);

            h18:26r, Etna (CT 37.80N 14.97E) m2.3; h18:49r, Chile NE (Putre 17.95S 69.37W) m5.2; h19:29r, Atlantic/Visokoi I. NE (56.38S 26.58W) m5.2;

            h22:25r, Appennino modenese (BO 44.14N 11.12E) m2.6
- 24'01 h00:38r, Indian Ridge SW (29.50S 60.73E) m5.1; h01:23r, Etna (CT 37.66N 15.18E) m2.3; h19:31r, Apuane/Appennino PI (PO 44.10N 11.13E) m2.9;

            h21:39r, Emily/Appennino PI (BO 44.13N 11.15E) m2.9: relativa stasi sismica, fra le estreme fasi lunari...
- 25'01 h17:46r, Indonesia WNW (K. Ternate 1.14N 126.39E) m5.5; h18:14r, Alpi Atesine (SO 46.80N 10.16E) m2.9; h19:57r, Calabria Coast S (RC 37.81N 15.92E) m2.9

- 26'01 h07:32r, Tonga W (Neiafu 18.71S 174.83W) m5.2 & h11:15r, Vanuatu SSE (Isangel 20.58S 169.86E) m5.2; h14:33r, Calabria/Mar Ionio (RC 37.46N 16.04E) m2.4;

            h15:12r, Prealpi Venete (BL 46.15N 12.13E) m3.0; h15:19r, Philippines WSW (Nabulao 9.65N 122.44E) m5.1

- 27'01 h07:21r, Indonesia SE (Sinabang 1.38N 97.22E) m5.7; h14:49r, Fiji SE (Ndoi I. 20.91S 178.35W) m6.1

- 28'01 h07:44r, Chile Rise W (41.42S 85.48W) m5.1; h12:50r, California SW (Ferndale 40.32N 124.60W) m5.7; h16:13r, Tonga NNE (Pangai 19.24S 174.17W) m5.2;

            h17:35r, Greece (Crete 34.38N 25.08E) m5.2; h17:57r, Prealpi Venete (BL 46.15N 12.14E) m2.4

- 29'01 h01:56r, M. Sabini (RI 42.31N 12.78E) m2.3; h11:44r, Indonesia E (Bitung 1.68N 126.44E) m5.1; h22:36r, Toscana/Lunigiana (MS 44.39N 9.86E) m2.3
- 30'01 h01:38r, Alpi Giulie (UD 46.41N 13.14E) m4.1

- 31'01 h05:18r, Vanuatu SSE (Isangel 21.25S 170.16E) m6.0; h06:22r, Alaska ESE (S. Paul C. 56.31N 169.09W) m5.3; h13:27r, Panama S (5.30N 82.58W) m5.1;

            h13:57r, Alta Val Tiberina (PG 43.42N 12.40E) m2.6: Concordance Toscana/Umbria ≈44° (1'2, δ =1d/4.9m <1%) see 23'01; h22:18r, N. Mariana I. E (Saipan 15.30N 147.09E) m5.7

~!~ Feb 2015 ~!~

- 01'02 h02:00r, East Timor NE (Dili 6.82S 127.54E) m5.2; h06:24r, Alaska SE (S. Paul C. 56.69N 169.10W) m5.3; h19:28r, Emily (MO 44.87N 11.23E) m2.3;

            h19:29r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge S (49.33S 8.09W) m5.3; h22:48r, Vanuatu NNW (Sola 12.35S 166.74E) m5.3; h22:56r, Sicily/Patti-Milazzo (ME 38.36N 15.56E) m2.7

- 02'02 h00:55r, Vanuatu/N. Caledonia WNW (Hunter 21.31S 170.31E) m5.8; h06:21r, Argentina NW (Punta 32.72S 67.06W) m6.3; h10:38r, Ande/Chile WSW (Tocopilla 22.35S 70.92W) m5.3;

            h10:58r, Sicily/Tirreno A S (PA 38.45N 13.67E) m3.4; h12:42r, Mar Ligure (IM 43.51N 8.21E) m2.6;

            h18:06r, Papua N. Guinea WNW (Lorengau 1.55S 145.21E) m5.9; h18:12r, Calabria/La Sila (KR 39.19N 16.76E) m2.3; h20:02r, Alaska SSE (Nikolski 52.33N 168.63W) m5.6;

            h20:44r, Antarctic Pacific-Ridge (59.57S 150.65W) m5.5; h23:32r, Philippines ENE (Panganiban 13.98N 124.52E) m5.4:

            preamboli (rinforzi d'intensità e concordanze orarie) delle Previsioni Planetarie...

- 03'02 h04:31r, Indonesia W (Pasauran 6.17S 105.34E) m5.1; h20:37r, Tonga S (25.88S 175.94W) m5.4 ...☺...

- 04'02 h09:18r, Mar Ionio (SR 36.86N 16.20E) m2.9; h10:27r, M. Cornicolani-Aniene (RM 41.91N 12.67E) m2.4; h13:57r, Adriatico C. N (44.16N 12.70E) m2.3;

            h16:17r, China NW (Luring 32.83N 83.43E) m5.1; h21:14r, Tirreno A S (PA 38.42N 13.66E) m3.2; h23:10r, Panama S (5.22N 82.65W) m5.7:

opposizione di Giove contro il Sole e trasversalità di Saturno (1'3-12'4): vedi oltre ~ Alignments & click ~


- 05'02 h02:02r, Indonesia SE (Lolayan 0.15S 125.05E) m5.2; h19:32r, Indian Ocean S (21.84S 89.77E) m5.3

- 06'02 h08:05r, M. Meta-Le Mainarde (AQ 41.78N 13.81E) m2.9; h09:52r, I. Lipari (VV 38.741N 15.22E) m4.7: Concordanza ≈37°{4.6} d'nticipo che abbrevia il Periodo (3.94.9, 1'24/3);

            h16:11r, Nicaragua SW (Jiquilillo 12.54N 87.71W) m5.2; h16:23r, Philippines SE (Union 9.56N 126.30E) m5.2; h20:15r, S. Eufemia-Catanzaro (CZ 38.85N 16.44E) m3.2:

                                                                                                                                                                                                 la forte scossa in Calabria non modifica la Concordanza attesa (27'3)

- 07'02 h03:16r, Albania (41.80N 20.10E) m4.9: local Convergence Adriatic Sud (≈41° 28'9'14 m2.6, trend=4.9); h05:48r, Gioia Tauro (RC 38.43N 15.83E) m2.6;

            h13:47r, Patti-Milazzo (ME 38.11N 15.11E) m2.5: Jup/Ear/Mer (59'2)

- 08'02 h20:39r, Catania Gulf (SR 37.35N 15.22E) m3.1; h20:47r, M. Conero (AN 43.42N 13.52E) m2.4; h21:22r, Campania Coast S (SA 39.98N 15.31E) m2.7;

            h23:06r, Indonesia WNW (Kalumpang 2.44S 119.37E) m5.2

- 09'02 h00:52r, I. Lipari (ME 38.59N 14.90E) m3.0: assestamenti finali con Mercurio/Giove poco oltre la Luna Piena (4'2-6'2); h06:51r, Ascension I. N (0.18N 17.08W) m5.3: see 23'01;

- 10'02 h00:21r, N. Caledonia N (I. Hunter 20.46S 172.45E) m5.0: Giove opposto al Sole determina uno stupendo accoppiamento orario con la mezzanotte del 9'2 see also seismod1.jpg;

            h10:56r, Near France Coast S (Nizza 43.24N 6.89E) m2.3; h18:38r, Madagascar/Carlsberg Ridge (9.73N 57.59E) m5.4 h21:54r, Philippines NE (Sulangan 11.21N 126.16E) m5.2

- 11'02 h00:11r, Philippines WNW (Prinza 14.01N 120.61E) m5.1; h04:55r, Sicily Coast N (ME 38.05N 14.74E) m3.1; h09:30r, Antarctica N (Scott I. Bank 65.67S 179.72W) m5.4;

            h09:39r, India* WNW (Bamboo Flat 13.27N 92.37E) m5.1; h10:46r, Calabria/Mar Ionio (RC 37.49N 16.01E) m2.3; h14:29r, Argentina W (Aguilar 23.12S 67.00W) m6.7: Concordanza≈-24°

anticipata (m6.2 {6.3} δ≈7%) e picco nei limiti planetari vettoriali (StressVM.jpg) connesso ai Flares solari, come in Antarctica (h09:30) enorme filamento sulla fotosfera solare fronte-terra;

            h18:15r, M. Laga (AP 42.74N 13.36E) m3.0

- 12'02 h02:23r, Vanuatu NNW (Sola 12.35S 166.95E) m5.1; h08:46r, Calabria Coast (CS 39.29N 15.65E) m2.8; h08:48r, Mexico SW (Tomatlan 19.31N 105.75W) m5.2

- 13'02 h11:15r, Adriatic/Balkan Peninsula* NW (ZA 46.13N 15.02E) m2.8; h16:51r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge N (52.67N 31.92W) m7.1: anticipo di Concordanza ≈-46° m6.2 {7.1}

            & lieve modifica di Periodo e Previsione (2022'3); h17:33, Russia NNE (Ust'Kamchatsk Staryy 57.06N 163.35E) m5.1; h23:13r, Calabria Coast W (VV 39.03N 15.35E) m2.6;

            h23:41r, Val Trebbia (GE 44.54N 9.45E) m2.6

- 14'02 h04:12r, China/Taiwan* ESE (Taitung City 22.65N 121.41E) m6.2; h15:55r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge S (16.90S 14.59W) m5.2; h16:32r, Adriatic/Gargano* (FG 41.82N 15.58E) m2.5;

            h21:48r, Val Topino (PG 43.11N 12.56E) m2.8

- 15'02 h00:14r, Val Trebbia (PV 44.79N 9.33E) m2.9; h06:37r, Alpi Cozie (CN 44.40N 7.28E) m2.7; h07:58r, Patti-Milazzo Gulf (ME 38.37N 15.25E) m2.4;

            h11:22r, Ascension I. N (4.36S 12.02W) m5.1; h21:08r, Vanuatu SE (Port-Vila 18.58S 168.92E) m5.1; h23:00r, Papua N. Guinea ESE (Kimbe 5.80S 150.96E) m5.3
-16'02 h01:37r, Tonga/Fiji SW (Nadi 18.31S 176.83E) m5.4; h01:37r, Calabria Coast W (CZ 38.98N, 15.70E) m2.8; h14:42r, Prealpi lombarde (CO 45.86N 9.20E) m2.3;

            h19:10r, Sicily/I. Lipari (ME 38.71N 15.02E) m3.1; h19:23r, Alta Val Tiberina (PG 43.40N 12.43E) m2.4; h20:08r, S. Georgia&Sandwich I. NNW (Visokoi I. 55.40S 28.10W) m6.7

- 17'02 h01:14r, S. Georgia&Sandwich I. NNW (Visokoi I. 55.43S 28.23W) m5.4; h08:37r, Japan ENE (Miyako 39.85N 142.81E) m6.8; h09:51r, Chile ENE (La Ligua 32.38S 71.01W) m5.4:

            Concordance Ande ≈ -10° (m6.4 {5.4} δ<9%); h10:39r, Indonesia SE (Bitung 0.56N 126.07E) m5.2; h17:55r, N. Zealand NE (Gisborne 37.67S 179.53E) m5.2;

            h17:56r, Pacific Rise NE (8.37N 103.13W) m5.2; h20:28r, Appennino bolognese (FI 44.17N 11.41E) m3.9
- 18'02 h01:27r, Georgetown, S. Helena ENE (7.71S 13.47W) m5.4; h02:07r, Japan E (Miyako 39.56N 143.55E) m5.5; h10:58r, Appennino bolognese (FI 44.20N 11.41E) m2.5;

            h20:28r, Solomon I. W (Lata 10.74S 164.15E) m5.9; h23:06r, Indonesia NNE (Tobelo 2.73N 128.55E) m5.2  ☻...

- 19'02 h00:23r, Sicily/Lipari (ME 38.48N 14.87E) m2.5; h04:06r, Solomon I. W (Lata 10.67S 164.07E) m5.4; h21:01r, Australia NNE (Macquarie I. 53.40S 159.45E) m5.1
- 20'02 h00:31r, Vanuatu ESE (Lakatoro 16.44S 168.12E) m6.4; h03:09r, Russia SE (Petrop.-Kamchas. 52.82N 159.08E) m5.5; h03:45r, N. Zealand ENE (Esperance Rock 31.13S 178.31W) m5.3;

            h08:14r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge S (22.79S 13.37W) m5.3; h13:59r, Japan E (Miyako 39.85N 143.57E) m6.3

- 21'02 h02:11r, M. Reatini (PG 42.70N 13.03E) m2.3; h10:37r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge S (16.91S 14.11W) m5.3; h17:22r, Colombia SSW (Ansermanuevo 4.72N 76.02W) m5.2

            h20:14r, Japan E (Miyako 39.84N 143.46E) m6.0; h21:23r, Sicily/M. Nebrodi (CT 37.96N 14.91E) m2.6; h22:56r, Switzerland (AO 47.97N 8.10E) m2.6

- 22'02 h05:30r, Papua N. Guinea N (Lae 5.47S 147.13E) m5.3; h06:25r, Solomon I. SSW (Dadali 9.22S 158.61E) m5.2; h07:15r, Mexico SW (Tomatlan 18.67N 106.84W) m6.2;

            h07:50r, Colombia ENE (Cajibio 2.67N 76.49W) m5.6; h09:20r, Colfiorito-Nocera Umbra (MC 43.09N 12.91E) m2.3; h09:20r, Appennino modenese (BO 44.13N 11.15E) m2.3;

            h11:32r, Atlantic Ocean S (29.12S 3.92W) m5.1; h12:25r, China SW (Shihezi 44.11N 85.64E) m5.2; h15:06r, Indonesia NNW (Dobo 4.99S 133.91E) m5.5;

            h16:03r, Irpinia (AV 40.86N 15.20E) m2.4
- 23'02 h03:56r, Catania (CT 37.40N 14.73E) m3.1; h05:17r, Japan E (Miyako 39.76N 143.29E) m5.1; h16:21r, Gioia Tauro (RC 38.45N 15.84E) m2.3;
            h22:13r, N. Zealand ENE (Tairua 36.59S 177.11E) m5.2

- 24'02 h00:47r, Argentina W (Abra Pampa 22.77S 66.70W) m5.4: confirm Concordance (m6.2 {6.3} δ≈3%); h05:09r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge C. (1.03N 26.05W) m5.1;

            h12:02r, Japan E (Miyako 39.67N 143.25E) m5.4; h14:06r, Vanuatu NW (Sola 13.42S 166.97E) m5.1; h21:24r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.20N 10.89E) m2.8;

            h23:26r, Appennino forlivese (FC 44.11N 12.03E) m3.3

- 25'02 h01:26r, Angola ENE (Luau 10.30S 23.46E) m5.1; h03:01r, Ascoli Piceno (AP 43.10N 13.31E) m2.3; h08:42r, Austria (BZ 47.25N 11.10E) m2.6;

            h09:31r, Philippines W (Pandan Niog 6.09N 119.84E) m5.5; h11:28r, Indonesia ENE (Bitung 1.74N 126.43E) m5.3; h14:11r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.19N 10.88E) m2.6;

            h16:09r, Mar Ionio (RC 37.30N 16.49E) m3.0; h16:28r, Japan SE (Hachijo-jima 31.10N 141.84E) m5.9; h18:51r, Tonga ESE (Pangai 20.05S 173.80W) m5.2;

            h22:02r, Alaska SSE (Adak 50.08N 175.86W) m5.4
- 26'02 h10:33r, Calabria Coast W (RC 38.32N 15.62E) m3.3; h18:32r, Chile Rise W (38.07S 93.94W) m5.1; h22:52r, Appennino modenese (MO 44.21N 10.89E) m2.5
- 27'02 h02:52r, India/Pakistan NNE (Baffa 34.66N 73.30E) m5.4: Concordance India≈ -10° (m6.4 {5.4} δ<2%); h06:36r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.19N 10.91E) m2.8;

           h21:55r, Indonesia N (Nebe 7.29S 122.53E) m7.0: scossa dovuta ad un periodo secondario (1° totale) che modifica il Periodo sismico locale (4.99→9.89m);

           h21:56r, Papua N. Guinea SSW (Panguna 7.04S 155.30E) m5.3
- 28'02 h02:08r, Philippines/N. Mariana Islands NNE (Anatahan 16.92N 145.84E) m5.7; h04:10r, Fucino (AQ 41.98N 13.53E) m4.1: il picco accorcia il Periodo di poco (Italia C. 5.6→5.3m);

           h17:38r, Atlantic/S. Georgia&Sandwich I. N (Visokoi I. 56.32S 27.08W) m5.4

~!~ Mar 2015 ~!~

- 01'03 h03:21r, Sicily Sea (AG 36.65N 13.21E) m2.6; h03:32r, M. Martani (PG 42.76N 12.51E) m2.4; h11:50r, Indonesia ESE (Molibagu 0.07N 124.48E) m5.4;
            h15:25r, Philippines SE (Sarangani 4.74N 125.92E) m5.3; h17:00r, China S (Nansan 23.56N 98.84E) m5.2; h17:47r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.20N 10.89E) m2.5

- 02'03 h09:59r, Indonesia SSE (Lolayan 0.06N 124.56E) m5.1; h12:09r, Chile NNW (Vallenar 27.87S 71.09W) m5.3; h19:14r, Adriatico C. N (AP 43.00N 14.09E) m3.4

- 03'03 h03:12r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.20N 10.89E) m2.4; h08:08r, Chile E (Iquique 20.36S 69.02W) m5.3; h17:11r, Indonesia NW (Sikabaluan 0.77S 98.66E) m6.1

- 04'03 h00:44r, Chianti (FI 43.60N 11.18E) m3.7; h13:31r, Etna (CT 37.74N 15.13E) m2.4

- 05'03 h06:34r, Indonesia SSE (Sinabang 0.23N 96.90E) m5.5; h16:45r, Chile NNW (La Serena 29.20S 71.43W) m5.3: Smallest full moon of 2015 on March 5  ...☺...
- 06'03 h02:52r, Iran NNW (Minab 28.01N 56.79E) m5.2; h05:35r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.19N 10.87E) m2.4; h13:44r, Indian Mid-Ridge (41.36S 80.52E) m5.6

- 07 03 h01:44r, Alaska SSE (Atka 50.54N 173.33W) m5.7; h11:01r, Calabria W (VV 38.93N 15.54E) m2.3
- 08'03 h04:00r, Tonga/Fiji NE (Ndoi I. 20.00S 177.90W) m5.2; h08:25r, Papua N. Guinea ESE (Kimbe 6.54S 151.74E) m5.5; h08:46r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.19N 10.89E) m2.7;
            h10:28r, Alpi Camoniche (TN 45.92N 10.65E) m2.8; h11:51r, Alpi Marittime (CN 44.27N 7.33E) m2.5; h21:18r, Panama S (P. Burica 6.52N 82.66W) m5.6

- 09'03 h02:59r, Chile NW (Constitucion 34.33S 73.57W) m5.1; h09:01r, Toscana Coast N (LI 43.45N 10.42E) m2.7; h15:19r, Indonesia WNW (Saumlaki 7.34S 128.74E) m5.3;

            h18:22r, Adriatico C. N (AP 43.00N 14.12E) m2.6

- 10'03 h16:03r, Colombia N (Aratoca 6.77N 72.97W) m6.2: pre-Concordance World generic (δ ≈ 10g/3m ≈ 11%); h16:36r, Africa SW (52.22S 17.01E) m5.3:

    pre-Concordance Atlantic (δ ≈ 10g/4.1m ≈ 8%)... Sun Unleashes 1st Monster Solar Flare of 2015 (Photos, Video)

- 11'03 h01:01r, Calabria Coast W (VV 38.87N 15.34E) m2.9; h09:53r, Emily (MO 44.87N 11.28E) m2.9; h9:54r, Greece/Ionian Sea (37.27N 18.44E) m2.9;
            h10:06r, Sicily/I. Lipari (ME 38.46N 14.42E) m2.8; h10:38r, Costa Rica W (Sardinal 10.60N 86.46W) m5.4

- 12'03 h08:55r, Alaska S (False P. 52.86N 162.89W) m5.3; h16:34r, Le Serre (RC 38.43N 16.23E) m3.2; h17:32r, Philippines/Guam SE (Yigo Mayor's Office 13.10N 145.53E) m5.2

- 13'03, h17:25r, Adriatic/Sannio (CB 41.53N 14.59E) m3.0; h23:44r, Sicily/Catania Gulf (CT 37.50N 15.24E) m2.3
- 14'03 h00:25r, Sicily/Lipari (ME 38.54N 15.43E) m2.8; h11:19r, Chile WSW (Copiapo 27.80S 71.12W) m5.1; h14:31r, Tonga SW (Vaini 22.27S 176.40W) m5.2;
            h15:07r, Antarctica M. N (Siple 71.73S 126.48W) m5.0; h21:51r, Calabria Coast W (VV 39.01N 15.50E) m2.3
- 15'03 h01:03r, Japan SE (Katsuura 34.29N 141.76E) m5.4: Concordance preamble (δ ≈ 6g/4m ≈ 5%); h02:06r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.19N 10.90E) m2.8;

            h07:24r, Papua N. Guinea NNE (Vanimo 2.17S 141.49E) m5.2; h08:13r, Sicily/Lipari (ME 38.41°N, 15.44E) m2.5; h10:14r, Guatemala SW (Ocos 13.73N 92.84W) m5.1;

            h14:32r, N. Mariana I. E (Agrihan 18.72N 146.42E) m5.8; h15:29r, Gargano (FG 41.75N 15.99E) m3.3; h22:02r, Atlantic Mid-Ridge S (26.15S 11.50W) m5.4:

    Concordance preamble (δ ≈5g/4.1m ≈4%); h23:04r, Indonesia NNW (Saumlaki 5.79S 130.36E) m5.2

- 16'03 h07:06r, Indonesia NW (Luwuk 0.52S 122.32E) m5.9; h08:37r, Vanuatu W (Port-Olry 15.09S 166.77E) m5.3; h13:08r, Papua New Guinea NW (Rabaul 4.10S 152.04E) m5.9

- 17'03 h08:11r, Papua N. Guinea E (Kimbe 5.71S 151.11E) m5.1; h08:21r, Tonga/Fiji SE (Lambasa 17.80S 178.53W) m5.4
- 18'03 h04:48r, M. Reatini (PG 42.72N 13.05E) m2.4; h06:37r, Indonesia NW (K. Ternate 1.66N 126.49E) m6.2; h13:32r, Chile NNW (Talcahuano 36.10S 73.63W) m6.2:

            SEE Severe solar storm may disrupt power, satellite; h21:18r, Gargano (FG 41.91N 15.73E) m2.4
- 19'03
h03:38r, Chile NW (Talcahuano 36.05S 73.79W) m5.1; h03:57r, M. Reatini (AQ 42.50N 13.20E) m2.3; h11:21r, Chianti (FI 43.62N 11.24E) m2.4;

            h14:02r, Russia ENE (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy 53.51N 161.87E) m5.2: Concordance (δ ≈1g/4.2m <1%); h15:10r, Sicily Sea (AG 36.20N 13.59E) m3.0;

            h15:47r, Calabria Coast W (VV 39.00N 15.46E) m2.6; h18:31r, Indonesia ENE (Bitung 1.93N 126.45E) m5.4

- 20'03 h06:00r, Ernici-Simbruini (FR 41.87N 13.27E) m2.4; h09:21r, Nicaragua SSW (Masachapa 11.11N 86.89W) m5.1; h11:02r, Papua N. Guinea E (Kandrian 6.29S 149.92E) m5.1;

            h15:55r, Mexico WNW (Tulcingo Valle 18.07N 98.52W) m5.3: anticipated Concordance (δ ≈16g/6m <9%); h20:13r, Japan WNW (Yonakuni 24.51N 122.90E) m4.9:

    Weak Concordance (δ ≈1g/4m <1%); h23:36r, Sicily/Patti-Milazzo (ME 38.33N 15.45E) m2.3; h23:38r, Alaska SSE (Atka 50.50N 172.96W) m5.1 ...☻...
- 21'03 h01:20r, N. Zealand ESE (Esperance R. 31.67S 178.10W) m5.4; h02:02r, Papua New Guinea NNW (Arawa 4.77S 154.84E) m5.5; h04:26r, Tonga/Fiji SSE (Ndoi I. 22.35S 177.75W) m5.3;

            h04:46r, Sicily/Patti-Milazzo (ME 38.40N 15.40E) m2.4; h17:52r, Iceland/Reykjanes R. (63.67N 23.19W) m3.2 d10: anticipated weak Concordance (δ ≈1g/3.7m <14%);

            h20:34r, Calabria/Pollino (CS 39.86N 16.03E) m2.4

- 22'03 h01:34r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.20N 10.89E) m3.1; h04:16r, Indonesia NNW (Tobelo 3.61N 127.36E) m5.3; h15:38r, Philippines/Guam ESE (Yigo Mayor's Off. 13.20N 145.66E) m5.5;

            h16:43r, Balkan Peninsula NW (TI 45.74N 14.02E) m2.4; h20:21r, Calabria Coast W (VV 38.74N 15.78E) m2.6: real time agreements continue, SEE 21'03 Jup/Mer (& Mar/Ura)
- 23'03 h00:10r, Indian Ocean N (1.95N 89.63E) m5.1; h00:15r, Ande/Chile ESE (Putre 18.38S 69.15W) m6.4; h02:13r, Turkmenistan WNW (Turkmenbasy 40.35N 52.15E) m5.2;
            h04:39r, Prealpi lombarde (BS 45.72N 10.49E) m2.9; h05:40r, Tirreno A S (PA 38.54N 13.25E) m2.8; h11:29r, Mar Ionio (RC 37.56N 16.13E) m2.8;
            h14:33r, Valle Aterno (AQ 42.29N 13.54E) m2.3; h18:20r, Taiwan SSE (Hualian 23.70N 121.68E) m5.9

- 24'03 h00:07r, Indonesia SE (Tompasobaru 0.65N 124.87E) m5.2; h13:27r, Parmense (PR 44.80N 10.13E) m2.6; h14:06r, Pacific Ocean S (48.36S 87.35W) m5.2;

            h21:55r, Russia ENE (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy 53.72N 161.71E) m5.1: Concordance arrangement (δ ≈4g/4.2m ≈3%)

- 25'03 h10:06r, Japan E (Shizunai 42.30N 143.05E) m5.1; h10:50r, Canada SSW (P. Hardy 49.42N 128.16W) m5.1; h12:44r, Metaponto (MT 40.39N 16.48E) m2.4

- 26'03 h00:33r, Gargano (FG 41.75N 15.83E) m2.4; h14:33r, Appennino maceratese (MC 43.06N 12.99E) m2.3:real time agreements and global intensities diminish, SEE Future ☼ Seismogram

- 27'03 h12:36r, Japan ESE (Iwaki 36.34N 143.12E) m5.5: definitive Concordance (δ ≈6g/4m ≈5%); h13:28r, Chianti (FI 43.61N 11.23E) m3.0; h16:49r, Ecuador SE (Tena 1.20S 77.61W) m5.3;

            h22:42r, Indonesia E (Bitung 1.47N 126.31E) m5.3
- 28'03 h01:05r, India N (Mohean 9.85N 93.41E) m5.1; h01:21r, Greece (Crete 35.69N 26.62E) m5.4; h02:47r, Alaska SSW (Little Sitkin I. 50.790N 177.90E) m5.2

            h09:26r, Mar Ionio (RC 37.59N 16.14E) m3.1: double Coincidence Calabria (δ ≈1g/3m ≈1%) & Greece (δ ≈1g/3.9m <1%); h12:02r, Chile NE (Calama 22.19S 68.56W) m5.6

- 29'03 h06:37r, Indonesia WSW (Tilamuta 0.40N 122.00E) m5.8; h11:53r, Calabria Coast S (RC 38.07N 16.23E) m3.5: reinforce Coincidence (δ ≈2g/3m ≈2%);

            h21:16r, Tonga ENE (Hihifo 15.52S 172.94W) m6.5: anticipated Concordance (δ ≈20g/9m ≈7%) & Period reassessment ≈22% (79m) SEE Moon and Jupiter closest on March 29...

- 30'03 h06:30r, Tonga ENE (Hihifo 15.58S 172.82W) m5.7; h09:03r, Sicily C. (EN 37.57N 14.63E) m2.4; h09:59r, Papua N. Guinea SE (Kokopo 4.76S 152.56E) m7.5:

            anticipated Concordance (δ ≈24g/6.2m <13%) & Period reduction ≈8% (5.76.2m); h15:47r, Madagascar SSE (Amsterdam I. 39.37S 78.16E) m5.5

- 31'03 h22:28r, Papua N. Guinea SSE (Kokopo 4.85S 152.51E) m5.9; h23:00r, Solomon I. SE (Kirakira 10.91S 162.45E) m5.8; h23:35r, Tonga E (Hihifo 16.08S 172.84W) m5.2

~!~ Avr 2015 ~!~

- 01'04 h03:29r, Ande/Chile NNW (Coquimbo 29.32S 71.80W) m5.5: Concordance preamble (δ ≈13g/3.1m <14%); h05:44r, Emily/Appennino forlivese (RA 44.21N 11.74E) m3.2;

            h16:15r, Tonga/Fiji SE (Lambasa 17.84S 178.66W) m6.0; h17:51r, Sicily/M. Nebrodi (EN 37.84N 14.42E) m2.4; h18:25r, Indonesia SSW (Tual 6.94S 132.49E) m5.8;

            h22:38r, Alpi Cozie (CN 44.51N 6.71E) m2.7
- 02'04 h09:46r, Indonesia SSE (Bengkulu 4.57S 102.55E) m5.1; h11:58r, Sibari (CS 39.74N 16.28E) m2.5; h22:35r, N. Zealand N (Esperance R. 30.33S 178.95W) m5.3
- 03'04 h00:47r, Tonga SSW (Vaini 22.95S 176.28W) m5.3; h15:37r, Sicily/Tirreno B S (39.00N 12.85E) m3.7; h16:15r, Papua N. Guinea N (Lae 6.43S 146.95E) m5.4;
            h20:27r, Adriatico/Le Murge (BA 40.87N 16.25E) m3.2; h22:25r, Calabria/Squillace (RC 38.37N 16.69E) m2.3
- 04'04 h04:46r, Calabria/Mar Ionio (KR 38.83N 17.85E) m2.4; h07:08r, Papua N. Guinea NNW (Finschhafen 6.34S 147.71E) m5.4; h09:57r, Tirreno C (NA 40.49N 13.55E) m2.8;
            h16:36r, Indonesia WNW (Piru 2.78S 127.68E) m5.5

- 05'04 h00:22r, Mexico W (S. J. Cacahuatepec 16.63N 98.21W) m4.8: Weak Concordance (δ≈0%); h02:31r, Indonesia NNW (Saumlaki 6.07S 130.67E) m5.1;

            h18:46r, Papua N. Guinea SSW (Taron 5.41S 152.64E) m5.3; h19:41r, Calabria Coast W (CS 39.31N 15.63E) m2.7: great hours concordances
- 06'04 h01:45r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.20N 10.88E) m2.8; h02:20r, Calabria Coast W (CS 39.40N 15.41E) m3.3; h07:02r, Papua N. Guinea SSW (Taron 5.57S 152.69E) m5.4;

            h13:13r, Tonga NE (Hihifo 15.20S 173.22W) m5.8; h13:48r, Switzerland (46.84N 7.45E) m2.3; h18:33r, Greece ESE (Karpathos 35.32N 27.59E) m4.5

- 07'04 h08:24r, M. Cornicolani-Aniene (RM 41.93N 12.72E) m2.4; h17:06r, Sicily/Augusta Gulf (SR 37.02N 15.30E) m2.4

- 08'04 h09:49r, El Salvador SSE (Acajutla 13.26N 89.71W) m5.1; h15:15r, M. Sibillini (AP 42.88N 13.29E) m3.4

- 09'04 h03:36r, Japan SE (Iwo Jima 23.39N 142.87E) m5.0; h10:17r, M. Alpi-Sirino (PZ 40.06N 15.99E) m2.4; h13:50r, Antarctic-Indian R. W (50.47S 114.06E) m4.9:

            Concordance (δ ≈1g/5.7m <1%)

- 10'04 h04:21r, Riviera di ponente (SV 44.19N 8.26E) m2.4; h13:51r, Calabria Coast W (RC 38.52N 15.56E) m2.3; h18:37r, Papua N. Guinea S (Taron 5.65S 153.24E) m5.1;

            h20:46r, Indian Mid-Ridge (13.81S 65.89E) m5.5

- 11'04 h05:59r, Alpi Cozie (CN 44.51N 6.70E) m3.2; h13:07r, Tonga WNW (Neiafu 18.55S 174.31W) m5.1; h13:27r, Indonesia WNW (Tobelo 2.16N 126.73E) m5.3;

            h18:59r, Appennino forlivese (FC 44.12N 11.70E) m2.4; h20:02r, Philippines SW (Sarangani 4.78N 124.90E) m5.1

- 12'04 h02:46r, Calabria Coast W (CS 38.98N 15.67E) m3.1; h08:16r, Gubbio (PG 43.32N 12.54E) m2.4
- 13'04 h00:31r, Sicily/Augusta Gulf (SR 37.21N 15.14E) m2.3; h04:20r, Adriatic/Murge (BA 40.83N 16.57E) m2.3; h05:00r, Japan E (Namie 37.15N 143.82E) m5.3;

            h05:27r, Greece NNW (Skyros 39.13N 24.50E) m4.5; h10:26r, Appennino maceratese (MC 43.10N 13.01E) m2.3; h17:41r, Chile NNE (Calama 21.11S 68.64W) m5.4:

            High Concordance (δ ≈1g/3.1m ≈1%); h20:40r, Tonga NNE (Hihifo 15.20S 173.38W) m5.4; h23:50r, Papua N. Guinea SSW (Taron 4.71S 153.00E) m5.3

- 14'04 h05:14r, Scotia Sea (61.12S 36.22W) m5.1; h11:38r, Sicily/Lipari (ME 38.40N 14.80E) m2.4

- 15'04 h02:27r, Gubbio (PG 43.40N 12.51E) m2.9; h10:34r, Iran/Cyprus (Peya 34.86N 32.31E) m5.5: High Concordance (δ ≈4g/8.2m <2%);

            h14:44r, China WNW (Wuhai 39.74N 106.43E) m5.3; h17:58r, Calabria Coast W (VV 38.88N 15.49E) m4.2; h20:28r, Papua N. Guinea NW (Rabaul 3.85S 151.68E) m5.2;

            h22:14r, Venezuela NNE (Irapa 10.86N 62.46W) m5.2
- 16'04 h05:29r, Japan E (Yamada 39.33N 143.60E) m5.2; h12:35r, Gargano (FG 41.79N 15.34E) m3.9; h15:44r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.16N 10.91E) m3.3;

            h19:55r, Greece SW (Karpathos 35.14N 26.82E) m6.0: insieme di discrete scosse, che rientrano comunque nei singoli {trend} già previsti; ancora,

            distinguendo Nord/Sud rispettivamente per Calabria, Adriatico e Grecia, i picchi di Aprile forniscono altre Concordanze locali; h20:32r, Alpi Cozie (CN 44.43N 7.29E) m2.7
- 17'04 h01:05r, La Sila (CZ 39.07N 16.34E) m2.7; h03:53r, Greece ESE (Palaikastron 34.99N 26.79E) m5.3; h03:58r, Tonga/Wallis&Futuna SSW (Sigave 15.91S 178.59W) m6.5;

            h05:13r, Piemonte/Alpi Cozie (CN 44.51N 6.71E) m2.6; h10:12r, Gargano (FG 41.77N 15.35E) m3.1; h10:27r, Japan SE (Itoman 25.02N 128.88E) m5.2;

            h13:14r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.18N 10.91E) m2.7

- 18'04 h00:20r, Mar Ionio (RC 37.30N 16.66E) m2.3 d10; h14:02r, Sicily/Messina (ME 37.84N 15.40E) m2.3; h18:19r, Greece SSE (Gefyra 36.45N 23.17E) m4.8;

            h18:33r, Appennino pistoiese (BO 44.18N 10.93E) m2.5; h23:14r, M. Sibillini (AP 42.87N 13.30E) m2.9;h23:15r, N. Zealand/Kermadec I. S (34.95S 179.77E) m5.4:

            tipiche ore luni-solari ...☻...

- 19'04 h09:58r, Madagascar/Mauritius-Reunion (17.01S 66.59E) m5.3; h10:23r, Sicily/Tirreno A S (TP 38.50N 12.85E) m3.6; h15:10r, Calabria/Mar Ionio (RC 37.58N 16.00E) m2.4;
            h21:38r, Japan (Izu I. 30.50N 142.98E) m5.3

- 20'04 h01:15r, Indonesia NE (Sibolga 1.88N 98.96E) m5.3


            * Expected: 1519'4 Iran ≈27° m6.2{5.9}→7.2; 3'5☺: 11'5 Greece≈36° m4.8{7.2}→5.4; 13'5 Rischio mondiale (All m>5 Indonesia≈2°) m7.1{8}7.4;

              17'5 Piemonte/Liguria≈45° m3.6{3.7}→3.8 & Antille≈18° m4.8{4.1}→7.2

18'5☻: 21'5 Centre Italy≈41° m4→3.8; 29'5 Nord-East Italy≈45° m3.8{4.1}→3.8; 31'5 Tonga-Vanuatu-Sol.≈-15° m6.5{7}7.1



Prevision Max Error / Period = 1,25% < 9h / month, for Italy

Prevision Max Error / Period = 1,68% 12h / month, for Earth

(Classical Average is Bad!)

M 9.0+ possible for subduction zones along 'Ring of Fire,' study suggests

                                          ~ Alignments (↓click!) ~

2013: 19'09' ☺ 21'09' Sat*Ven/Mar(30°), Jup/Plu┴Sun/Moo; 04'10' ☻ Pakistan 24'09': m7.7 effettivo (Tirreno B S m3.6 19'09') ≈ m7.9 Max planetario

          19'10' ☺ 21'10' Jup/Plu & Mar/Nep (60°) Sun*Sat/Moo; 03'11' ☻ Japan 26'10': m7.1 effettivo (Toscana N m3.4 19'10'), m5.7→8.4 (default di Venere laterale) M. p.

          23'11' ☺ (click→) Ven*Plu/Jup (45°) Sat*Mer/Sun, Atlantic Ocean S 25'11': m7.0 effettivo, Max planetario ≈ m6.6→7.1 con la Luna decrescente... 02'12' ☻

2014: 01'01' ☻ 06'01' Moo/Sat(45°)Ven/Jup & Mar/Ura┴Sun/Ear, 15'01' ☺ ≈ m6.8 Max planetario...

          15'03' ☺ 16'03' Sat/Mer(30°), Jup/Sat(75°) Sun/Ear ≈m7.4±1.4 min-Max planetario... 30'03' ☻≈ m8.8 Max planetario...

          14'04' ☺ Sat/Mar/Moo, Ven/Nep ≈35° Mer/Ura ≈90° Jup/Ear (≈78° Sun) Theoric Planetary Magnitude = m6.6±0.1, 29'04' ☻ ≈ m7.6 Max planetario...

          28'05' ☻ 08'06' Jup/Plu (60°) Sat*Mar/Ven ≈ m5.8±1.3 Min-Max planetario 12'06'

          21'12'14 ☻ 25'12' Jup/Mar (30°) Ear/Plu*Ven*Mer (60°) Sun/Sat ≈m7.8±0.6 Max planetario

          05'01'15 ☺2015: - 03'02' ☺... 04'02' Sat/Ura ┴ Jup/Mer ≈ m8.3±0.5

- 18'02' ☻... 01'03' Sat/Ven/Mer ┴ Ear/Nep ≈m8.3±0.8

- 05'03' ☺... - 20'03' ☻... 21'03 Jup/Mer (& Mar/Ura)

                                               ~ Next... (↑click↓) ~
- 03'04' ☺... 04'04 Ven/Plu ┴ Ear/Mer 12'04' Sat/Ven ┴ Jup/Mer ≈ m7.7±0.9 Max planetario; 14'04 Sat/Mer

- 18'04' ☻... Influenza degli spostamenti dei Pianeti quali perturbazioni sismiche sulla Terra:

          sia chiaro ai geologi che la variazione (δφ) nell'orbita degli oggetti in movimento da parte di masse (δm) intorno al Sole (m) soddisfa alla proporzione δφ/φ = δm/m, come viene da

Landau - Lifchitz, Théorie du Champ (1963, pag. 435). Per quanto riguarda Giove (δm/m=1/10) che gira intorno al Sole con velocità angolare pari a 1/10 di quella della Terra, e riduciamo

anche a 1/10 la sua influenza sulla superficie terrestre (all'equatore, 40,000km); otterremo che in un giorno terrestre le parti fluide, quale il magma in movimento che provoca i terremoti,

sotto l'influenza planetaria tendono a spostarsi di circa 400km in un giorno, ossia di 25km in un'ora e mezza… a più di 10 volte la normale velocità del suono.

            Nota Bene: la Luna ed i Pianeti interni sono accoppiati più direttamente al Sole, ma occorre anche tener conto delle opposizioni che causano sovrapposizioni dirette e risonanze di campo.

    18'04 Mar/Mer/Moo/Ear; 23'04 Jup/Ven. Oppositions of May 2015: 01'05 Sat/Ear/Mer...

 - 03'05' ☺... 05'05 Jup/Mer(/Nep)...

- 18'05' ☻... 19'05 Sat/Ear/Moo/Mar & Ven/Ura; 29'05 Sat/Moo/Ear/Mer & Ven/Ura; 31'05 Mar/Mer/Ear & Ven/Ura.

- 01'06' ☺...


Real Data <= Experimental confirmations => Reflex on theory (true Stress / solid Drag)

Un anello di congiunzione tra Fisica Classica e Quantistica

A connecting link the classic and quantic Physics

L'area tra le curve di trazione/stiramento planetario (riflesse in negativo) può render l'idea di un'isteresi gravitazionale, con effetti termici (vulcanesimo) e deformazioni sismiche.

Past & Future

FutureSeismogram Da Maggio a Settembre dominarono fenomeni endotermici e solari

(click→) La religione dei Sumeri (da leggere tra le righe degli incunaboli) fu la prima Scienza (←click)

(click→) Dominanza delle estreme fasi lunari sugli altri influssi e (←click)

(click→) aumenti delle latitudini sismiche proporzionali all'inclinazione dell'asse terrestre verso l'esterno (←click)

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Cosa fare in caso di terremoto [INGV - sezione di Bologna] Cosa fare in caso di rischio idrogeologico (alluvione)


2012 © Supernove, congiunzioni planetarie e sismicità terrestre Facebook © 2013

SEE also: Informazione eventi sismici e meteo (click→)  World Space Week © 2013 Moncalieri TO Italy (click)

(Click: 1) Lista dei partecipanti attivi ( 2 :Click): dettagli evento.

(click→) 2013 dominant planetary hours for ALL latitudes (←18'12'2013) on max-15 preceding events.


    EN. In the graph: a general demonstration (this was submitted to constructive criticisms of about 20 active participants away FaceBook to the conference on the WEB) that the hours of the seisms, also in the very distant localities, they are in accord with the position of these in comparison with the Planets (that induce flows of particles in gravitational field) and not only of the Sun or the Moon; in fact, the times are not tied exclusively to lunisolar peaks. Giovanni Imbalzano 10 October 2013 Moncalieri (TO)

    IT. Nel grafico: dimostrazione generale (sottoposta alle critiche costruttive di circa 20 partecipanti attivi via FaceBook alla conferenza sul WEB) che le ore dei sismi, in luoghi anche molto distanti, concordano con la posizione di questi rispetto ai Pianeti (che inducono flussi di particelle in gravitazione) e non solo al Sole o alla Luna; infatti, i tempi non sono legati esclusivamente ai culmini lunisolari.

    Nota Bene: nel grafico Dominant planetary hours for ALL latitudes (←03'11'2013) le "lancette" in corrispondono all'attuale opposizione (Moo/Sun) o dei Pianeti, nell'ordine Moo/Sun Mar/Nep Jup/Plu Jup/Ven Ura/Sat Ura/Mer ovvero, inversamente: Nep/Mar Plu/Jup Ven/Jup Sat/Ura Mer/Ura Sun/Moo (in verso orario) ma sovrapponendo le ore critiche in fasi successive la situazione si complica:

(click→) 2014 dominant planetary hours for ALL latitudes (←..'..'2014) CLICk!

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Personal thanks for the data published by

Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia di Bologna,

US Geological Survey &

Real Time Seismic Monitor, Pericolosità sismica in Italia

Normativa antisismica Dipartimento Protezione Civile

INGV- Terremoti & ISIDe


Analytical potential -ln (z) of type -WIMP * Mathematica Italia 7° User Group Meeting - Napoli, 28-29 maggio 2015 * Bode law from the WIMP


The WIMPs (weakly interacting massive particles) solenoidals are the more probable quantum particles of the strength field,

see also the graph Critical hours and Planetary incidences.

From the charts we deduces that the WIMP globally produces

a less attractive forces in comparison with the standard (anti -gravity apparent).

 An impromptu quantic skips are able to disperse WIMPs (n*→nW) or anti -WIMPs (nW→n*):

Spin Dependence of Dark Matter Scattering, V. Barger, W. Y. Keungc and G. Shaughnessy, Wisconsin-California-Illinois University;

Low-Mass Dark-Matter Hint from CDMS II, Higgs Boson at LHC and Darkon Models, Xiao-Gang He and Jusak Tandean, National Taiwan University;

Zeta Spectral Action, M. A. Kurkov F. Lizzi, M. Sakellariadou, A. Watcharangkool, Università di Napoli Federico II - University of London Strand.

The deduced value for masses of the WIMP in

Gravitational quantization: Seismic perturbation, Bode law and WIMP interactions, G. Imbalzano

Quantizzazione gravitazionale: Perturbazioni sismiche, legge di Bode e interazioni WIMP, G. Imbalzano

are perfectly compatibles with experiments of Labs of the Soudan(CoGeNT) and of the Gran Sasso (INFN)

Volcanic Application: Vesuvian period decrescendo, crescendo on Etna, with certain danger for next emissions...

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~ Fenomeni naturali ~


Innalzamento degli Oceani nel XXI secolo?


click~ Austrasia ~ S. America ~ (N. Geograpic © Sept. 2013) ~  N. America ~ Europa ~click

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Click! ~ Moncalieri 07'122013, h17:36 ~ Click!

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~ Luna crescente che si ▲ allontana da Venere ~

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Click! ~ Moncalieri 07'122013, h17:36 ~ Click!

Click! ~ Moncalieri 07'122013, h17:36 ~ Click!

h16:51~click Noli (SV) 05'01'2014 click~h16:53

Le fotografie, con angolazioni diverse, rivelano la polarizzazione della luce atmosferica dopo un temporale.


Ovunque il guardo giro, immenso Dio... mi vedi!


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