Oh, the special organ may be a brain that works properly. That may be your problem.:-)<quoted text>
hahaha! You'll pardon me for laughing at the geological musings of a therapist.
- where is the organ that senses these pieqzoelectric charges? If animals had this sensory apparatus, we should be able to discover it.
- I would give you some credit if you claimed it was through ELF EM waves, to be honest
- uhm...earthquakes release pressure. They build up over long periods of time and then release it. So the hypothesis above is pretty wonky.
Thanks for your concern.
I never know when an Earthquake is coming, Dave. I usually don't even know one is happening and instead think I'm having a stroke or getting dizzy. Then I see stuff around me moving - like hanging lights and curtains in the absence of wind.
So either I don't have this special detection organ or I ignore it totally.
Not musings of a therapist. Those are physical facts about the piezoelectric effect. You use them all of the time.
This is loose quartz on the surface.
The radon would be more local, I would think.