There is a phenomenon known as 'crowd prediction'.
For example, you ask a lot of people to guess the number of sweets packed into a jar.
The guesses are all over the place.
However, when the average is taken, a very accurate result appears.
The crowd has knowledge denied to the individual!
Science can now explain why this happens.
There is an ultimate level of reality, which we refer to as ‘i-ther’, filling all space to the very edge of the universe.
This ‘i-ther’ stores memories of everything that happens.
We are all in contact with this and so can access the data.
Unfortunately, our brains add a huge random error when we try.
Guessing is an attempt to access the records.
Ask a crowd and take the average of all guesses.
Then the random errors are cancelled out.
The i-ther also stores ‘memories’ of the future since it uses the store to work out what is likely to happen in the future. Since it knows everything, it is able to work this out very accurately. This is why animals know when disasters are going to happen and make their escape. It cannot be expected to work well for things that can be changed by the free will of people.
We want to try an experiment to see if this principle can foretell the date of future catastrophes.
In particular, we ask you to guess the date of the next large earthquake of over 8.2 on the Richter scale
occurs, and then to also guess the date of an earthquake of over 8.6 on the Richter scale.
We divide the guesses into four categories.
If the four sets of guesses agree, confidence will be provided.
Then we check to see if the prediction turns out to be accurate when the next earthquake really does happen.
If we achieve a coincidence, then we will have provided a new predictive tool.
This will cost nothing, yet could become available to help mankind.