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lunar time and solar time

10 October 2015

Another letter is by Giovanni Gregori in support of his earthquake prediction methodology that he is developing. He used the Kolvankar analysis of 5000 earthquakes (2011). However, critics appear to have misunderstood what Kolvankar was saying. He said earthquakes tend to happen at two time internals, one close to 6am and the other, 6pm (local lunar time). Lunar local time, Gregori insists, differs from local (solar) time and the differences vary from site location to site location. Lunar local time is the crucial point in forecasting earthquakes he says. Kolvankar showed that 98 per cent of over 5000 earthquakes occurred at 6am and 6pm lunar local time.

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