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The Coming Great Seismic Events 2005 to 2020 by W. M. Dower

The Coming Great Seismic Events 2005 to 2020

by W. M. Dower

76 pages
Predicts most dangerous earthquakes coming up using new verifiable method.

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About the Book

This book is about saving lives, not just a few lives, but tens of millions of lives over the next fifteen years. If you live in a known earthquake zone, this book may even save your life. This is not fiction. There are some very dangerous seismic events coming. The core of this book is a set of charts to identify the most likely dates for these events between 2005 and 2020. The charts show that the next extreme risk days occur in November 2005. However the book examines approximately 5,500 dates in two different time zones to assign a risk rating. High risk days occur from week to week. Anybody living in harm's way should consider a routine of safety measures appropriate to the risk level of each day. Failure to do so could be fatal.

The predictions of this book are not guesses, not psychic readings and not crank science. They are based on genuine scientific discovery and calculation. There is a simple test to prove the predictions, and that is to apply the method to history. When applied to the last 30 years of data from the US Geological Survey database we find that high risk days are almost nine times more likely to show a great earthquake than low risk days and extreme risk days are almost twice as likely again.

The book also examines where seismic disasters are most likely to occur and proposes a range of survival measures. A particular area of concern is Indonesia, where millions of lives are at risk.



About the Author
W. M. Dower is a professional engineer with a number of patents to his credit. He is Director of Research for the Whise Acoustics companies and founder of technology company Quantum Advance. His ambition is to make a significant contribution to the welfare of humankind.



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