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Earthquakes: an Untapped Energy Source(Continued — Page 7)

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As discussed above, every energetic wave is composed of ever smaller waves — ad infinitum — and contains both an energetic (electric) and magnetic component. Perhaps the utilization of the smallest energetic wave will prevent the catastrophic effect of the biggest waves ( picture below).

We certainly cannot change the profound and colossal behaviors of the earth’s energetic matter (picture below).

However, with the utilization of technologies such as satellites and sensors that gauge changes in temperature and vibrations, we can map out the The earth's core is an  inexhaustible source of energyearth’s energetic circulation in order to predict its activities and exploit it for our own needs — such as minimizing the damage that is incurred from earthquakes. The utilization of earthquakes is potentially a more efficient means of producing energy than the sources we are currently tapping. In fact, this source is capable of lasting for billions of years (picture, right).

The scientific community must establish a program to utilize this vast source. However, nature conforms to its own laws, and we do not know what danger we may stir up as a result of our meddling intervention. Mankind must approach this problem cautiously under the supervision of the appropriate international bodies.

Wave theory has launched a revolution in the way we think. It is a theory that befits the 21st century and that summarizes all the scientific achievements of the 19th and 20th centuries. Additionally, it leads us to a sophisticated and unprecedented approach to many of the major questions that challenge the scientific community. There is every reason to believe that earthquakes, which have historically been the cause of so much destruction and death, may eventually become our essential source of energy.

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