The earth is telling us what it is going to do next...
But is anyone listening?
Seismic CQ.com -
This website is still under construction and remote monitoring sites are still in the first stage of install and development.
When remote site(s) installation are complete. This website will be a direct audible link from all the remote sites that monitor the earth for seismic activity and for electrical electromagnet fluctuations transformed into musical tones. This allows anyone who has a computer or cell phone to listen in on the earth in particular areas.
The goal is to establish an early warning system for earthquake detection available to anyone who is concerned or interested in seismological events.
In the interim between seismic concerns is the hope to give you the listener a sense of hearing the earth as never heard before!
Your support and donation to complete this project will be greatly appreciated.
A note about Eric P. Dollard:
All engineering and design of this project are by Eric Dollard. Eric is an Electrical Engineer who is a “living legend” in the field of electrical research. He is considered by many to be the most knowledgeable expert alive today on the true nature of electricity. Author of the landmark mathematical papers Symbolic Representation of Alternating Electric Waves and Symbolic Representation of the Generalized Electric Wave, Eric shows how all electric phenomena can be mathematically measured and engineered WITHOUT using calculus or “Maxwell’s Equations.” Author of Condensed Intro to Tesla Transformers and Theory of Wireless Power, he is also the only person since Tesla’s death to successfully build a real Magnifying Transmitter.
What does CQ mean?
CQ is a code used by wireless operators, particularly those communicating in Morse code, (— ... —), but also by voice operators, to make a general call (called a CQ call). Transmitting the letters CQ on a particular radio frequency is an invitation for any operators listening on that frequency to respond.
What is Seismic?
1. • Seismic in this term is relating to earthquakes or other vibrations of the earth and its crust.
• Relating to or denoting geological surveying methods involving vibrations produced artificially by explosions.