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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 2017-07-17 komandorskiye ostrova region
SSGI chart of the magnitude 7.7 earthquake on 17 July 2017 in the Komandorskiye Ostrova Region

After three years of observations, it became clear that some planetary geometry 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.

Development of the SSGI started in July 2017. A basic algorithm was completed within two weeks. Since then, it has been revised several times. The algorithm has been tested on large earthquakes in the past and shows obvious peaks shortly before a large earthquake occurred.

Please keep in mind that although the values given to specific geometry results in a total index ranging from 0 to 10, this is unrelated to any earthquake magnitude scale.

Note: As of 12 June 2018 the SSGI chart algorithm has been revised and is now at version 4.5.

ssgi 1960-05-22 valdivia
SSGI chart of the magnitude 9.5 earthquakes on 22 May 1960 at Valdivia, Chile.

ssgi 1964-03-28 Alaska
SSGI chart of the magnitude 9.2 earthquake 28 March 1964 in Alaska.

ssgi 2004-12-26 north sumatra
SSGI chart of the magnitude 8.1 and 9.3 earthquakes on 23 and 26 December 2004
South of New Zealand and at Northern Sumatra, Indonesia.

ssgi 2010-02-27 maule chile
SSGI chart of the magnitude 8.8 earthquake on 27 February 2010 at Maule, Chili.

ssgi 2011-03-11 tōhoku japan
SSGI chart of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake on 11 March 2011 near Tōhoku, Japan.

ssgi 2013-05-24 sea of okhotsk
SSGI chart of the magnitude 8.3 earthquake on 24 May 2013 under the Sea of Okhotsk.

ssgi_2015-04-25-nepal
SSGI chart of the magnitude 7.8 earthquake on 25 April 2015 in Nepal.

ssgi 2015-09-16 illapel chile
SSGI chart of the magnitude 8.3 earthquake on 16 September 2015 near Illapel, Chile.

ssgi 2016-11-13 south island new zealand
SSGI chart of the magnitude 7.9 earthquake on 13 November 2016 in South Island, New Zealand.

ssgi 2017-09-08 chiapas mexico
SSGI chart of the magnitude 8.1 earthquake on 8 September 2017 near Chiapas, Mexico.

ssgi 2018-01-10 north of honduras
SSGI chart of the magnitude 7.6 earthquake on 10 January 2018 North of Honduras.

ssgi 2018-01-23 gulf of alaska
SSGI chart of the magnitude 7.9 earthquake on 23 January 2018 in the Gulf of Alaska.
 
After three years of observations, it became clear that some planetary geometry in the Solar System clearly tends to cause a seismic increase, while other geometry does not.

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