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Solar System Geometry Index (SSGI)

The Solar System Geomtry Index (SSGI) is the computation of a dataset for a specific time-frame of values given to specific geometric positions of the planets, the Moon and the Sun. From these values three more aspects are derived: a charge, a negativity and a mass. These values are then used as an indicator for seismic activity on Earth. A convergence of increased values may indicate larger seismic activity.

SSGI for magnitude 7.7 earthquake on 17 July 2017
SSGI chart of the magnitude 7.7 earthquake on 17 July 2017 in the Komandorskiye Ostrova Region

Development of the SSGI started in July 2017 after the prediction of large seismic activity failed. After three years of observations and forecasts, it became clear that some geometry of planets in the Solar System clearly tends to cause a seismic increase, while other geometry does not. From these observations a model was derived and added as an algorithm to the software program Solpage.

A basic model was completed within two weeks and this model is currently being used to forecast earthquakes with magnitude 6 and higher. The model was tested on large seismic activity in the past, that shows obvious amplifications with the charge and mass aspect (usually in conjunction with the Sun and Moon) without exception.

The current model, while not considered finished, is expected to predict larger earthquakes with an accuracy of about 80%. Further tuning of the model, in time, may increase the level of accuracy to about 90%.


 
After three years of observations and forecasts, it became clear that some geometry of planets in the Solar System clearly tends to cause a seismic increase, while other geometry does not.
 
The current model is expected to predict larger earthquakes with an accuracy of about 80%.

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