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Friday, March 23, 2012
Could GPS be used to predict earthquakes?
measuring electrons in the ionosphere using GPS signals, Professor Kosuke Heki of Hokkaido University discovered that during the
Tohoku earthquake of 2011 the amount of electrons actually increased
about an hour prior to the strike. He then found that similar data
existed for several other past quakes.