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26/08/2009 10:27:00

THE HEART OF THE GLOBAL NETWORK FOR THE FORECASTING OF EARTHQUAKES FINALLY BEATS

kartaOn August 03, 2009 the Global Network for the Forecasting of Earthquakes built on a principally new technology has started functioning at full scale. Three automatic digital earthquake prediction stations “ATROPATENA” established in Baku (Azerbaijan), Islamabad (Pakistan) and Yogyakarta (Indonesia) are combined into a global network and continuously transmit information regarding unusual gravitational precursors of earthquakes to the central database transferred from Canada to the USA. Based on all that data, the Global Network allows predicting earthquakes all over the Eastern Hemisphere with a 90% probability. The author of the new technology – the Vice President of the International Academy of Science H&E, General Manager of Global Network for the Forecasting of Earthquakes, a known scientist, Academician, Professor Elchin Khalilov.
LTR: His Royal Highness Sultan and Governor of Indonesian Special Region of Yogyakarta Hamengku Buwono X and General Director of Global Network for the Forecasting of Earthquakes (GNFE), Academician Elchin Khalilov discuss the Global Network’s prospective development plan.

First forecast by Global Network for the Forecasting of Earthquakes has proven to be completely right!

August 10th, 2009 we sent the Embassy of Japan in Azerbaijan a letter with Global Network for the Forecasting of Earthquakes forecast – the first one since the Network started functioning. The forecast said “GNFE Prompt Prediction Service is warning the Government of Japan of two strong earthquakes predicted for the period from August 10, 2009 through August 18, 2009 with M>6 in the south of Honshu area”. In compliance with the Charter of the Global Network, a copy of the aforementioned August 10th forecast was sent to each member institution of the Global Network, that is, to the Indonesian Ministry of scientific researches and technology (Jakarta), the Government of Indonesian Special Region of Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta), Pakistani Center for Earthquake Study (Islamabad), Presidium of the International Academy of Science H&E (Innsbruck), Almaty Department of Emergency Situations (Almaty) as well as to several other organizations.

August 12, 2009 a strong earthquake with a 6,7 magnitude took place in Japanese South of Honshu area. August 17, 2009 a strong earthquake with a 6,4 magnitude took place in Japanese SOUTHWESTERN RYUKYU ISLANDS.

Strong quakes rattle East Asia

BBC NEWS

Monday, 17 August

A strong earthquake has jolted the ocean floor off southern Japan, triggering a brief tsunami warning south-west
of Ishigaki-jima island.

The 6.7-magnitude quake also shook buildings in Taiwan when it hit at around 0906 (0006 GMT) at a depth of 10 km (six miles). The US Geological Survey also recorded a 7.0-magnitude quake in Indonesia's West Sumatra on Sunday.There were no immediate reports of casualties from either of the quakes. An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 struck central Japan last Tuesday, killing one woman and injuring more than 120 people. The Indonesian quake prompted no tsunami warning when it struck near the Mentawai islands off Sumatra at a depth of 32 km (20 miles). Seven people in the West Sumatra capital of Padang were injured in the quake, which was followed by at least three aftershocks.