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+ - ULF Satellite Data Predicted Haiti Quake->

Submitted by eldavojohn
eldavojohn (898314) writes "In the month leading up to the M7.0 earthquake in Haiti, the French Space Agency satellite DEMETER noticed some unusual ultra low frequencies (ULF) radio waves coming from the area. The satellite was launched in 2004 to study these frequencies and now a paper is up for review on the Haiti quake. One of the researchers claims, "The results of this paper clearly indicate that ULF electromagnetic waves can be very useful in revealing possible precursor seismic phenomena." There's probably more than a few areas they could keep their eye on."
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ULF Satellite Data Predicted Haiti Quake

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