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How can one predict the earthquake before its arrival and take requisite prepara

  1. profile image49
    ForYourInfoposted 7 years ago

    How can one predict the earthquake before its arrival and take requisite preparations for safety?

    I was reading a Hub where I found an amazing fact about sensing the upcoming earthquake by a common human being.
    Is it really possible?
    If yes, then it can help us to take preparation and save our lives.
    Please share your thought.

  2. Gul Afifa profile image61
    Gul Afifaposted 7 years ago

    It has been proved that animals can predict earthquake before its occurrence. Perhaps, they can the feel the seismic energy that travels in earth before the earth quack, or they can feel the change in the electromagnetic layer of earth due to distortion in ionosphere. I think, human beings who have such strong sensitivity can also feel this and predict earthqauck, but not every one.

  3. Kim Bunch profile image58
    Kim Bunchposted 7 years ago

    You become sensitive to energy like the animals to such events. We can learn to in tune ourselves to vibrational energy in our environment. I have felt an energy coming up from the ground / basalt road -- the energy pattern was in a line form and I knew that meant that somewhere in the USA there would be an earthquake. I live in Washington State. That day Alaska was hit with an earthquake.

    So like the animals people can also learn to read energy in the environment. And if you don't know how to do it: there is plenty of books to teach you how. [Reading Energy] Or you can pay attention to the animals  and learn their common responses to such events. [Animal Responses to Earthquakes].

    Best of Luck always,
    Kimberly Bunch
    Psychic Medium

  4. EQTactics profile image60
    EQTacticsposted 6 years ago

    Animals sometimes predict earthquakes other times foreshocks predict them. Finally earthquakes aren't predicted at all! A failed prediction from the USGS and UC Berkeley shoved a 93% chance of a 5.5+ earthquake between 1985 and 1991 but instead it occurred in 2004