Earthquakes And Animals: From Folk Legends To Science

Read [Motoji Ikeya Book] # Earthquakes And Animals: From Folk Legends To Science Online ! PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. Earthquakes And Animals: From Folk Legends To Science Excellent Account according to Oscar. I happen to work in the field of seismic phenomena and used to check this out from a university library. An excellent addition to my companies technical library!. Most intriguing book according to Dr. N. E. Whitehead. Most of us have heard about the alleged sensitivity of animals to imminent earthquakes. This Japanese academic author makes quite a persuasive case that the anecdotal material has a solid core of reality to it and the sensitivity is due to

Earthquakes And Animals: From Folk Legends To Science

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Rating : 4.77 (699 Votes)
Asin : B0102D3TRU
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 316 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-12-24
Language : English

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It also adds tantalisingly to the science of earthquake prediction and cautiously suggests a legitimate new field of study - electromagnetic seismology.. But this is not the suspect science associated with recent attempts to validate Ufo sightings. The book places in front of the reader the simple laboratory evidence for the behaviour of animals, plants and objects when they are subjected to intense electromagnetic pulses. In many cases they behave in ways that have been recorded for centuries - and are still reported today - as earthquake-related. Those who survive major earthquakes often report the occurrence of mysterious phenomena beforehand - unusual animal and plant behavior, lightning, strange clouds and malfunctioning electrical appliances. Written for both the general public and scientists, Earthq

"Excellent Account" according to Oscar. I happen to work in the field of seismic phenomena and used to check this out from a university library. An excellent addition to my companies technical library!. "Most intriguing book" according to Dr. N. E. Whitehead. Most of us have heard about the alleged sensitivity of animals to imminent earthquakes. This Japanese academic author makes quite a persuasive case that the anecdotal material has a solid core of reality to it and the sensitivity is due to animal reaction to precursory low frequency electromagnetic waves generated underground from piezoelectric effects on quartz. He reports a good deal of substantiating laboratory tests. This is quite clearly presented for the cutting-edge science it is. My only reservation is some speculative parts

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