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shock point and the spin axis of the tangent plane (Equa-

torial vertical plane), shown as EVP.

Longitudinal ecliptic plane: after a shock point and

the yellow surface of the Earth axis tangent plane (Eclip-

tic plane vertical), shown as EPV.

Circular symmetry point: Circular , shown as CSP.

Similar point: Similar Point, shown as SP.

Earthquake effects: measure the Earth’s surface; the

intensity level of shock is unstable, the stability of the

boundary tangent plane level. Plane is the ball away from

the more deviation, the more poor results, and the more

unstable and more likely point of this earthquake.

3. Basic Assumptions and the Co-Planarity

and Symmetry Principle of Earthquake

3.1. Basic Assumptions

1) The Earth became positive sphere with earthquakes

which rise or low the ground. That is, because of the ecli-

ptic (23.26 degrees), the Ecliptic Plane TPPTE line tan-

gent planes ELTP have tended to be round;

2) The Earth has tended to balance, and because the

earthquake, to re-balance;

3) Crustal thickness tends to vary. Earth’s core and

mantle movement space tends to a ball space;

4) With the earthquake, the earth rotation axis offset.

When there is a earthquake which makes the low rise, the

earth rotation axis moves to the seismic vertical, those

makes the high low is opposite.

3.2. Co-planarity and Symmetry Principle

After the observation of earthquakes on Earth N (154

earthquakes over 6 scales of magnitude in this article)

times, it is occur time of adjacent earth-

quakes measure with UTC.

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H,H

KK

M,M

A) The previous earthquake is a cause of the after. The

tangent plane balances was destroyed, then tend to a new

balance, which Ecliptic line tangent plane generate new

state plane all the times.

B) Seismic vertical and seismic vertical

are on the same plane at the time or . That is

parallel to the cut-plane in the equatorial plane or Eclip-

tic line cut the ecliptic plane, or longitudinal vertical

plane or equatorial plane.

K

MK+1

M

K

HK+1

H

C) If the tangent of the plane where seismic vertical

and seismic vertical are tends to round, or

fall-rise movement in the earthquake tends to stable,

and tends to symmetry in the circle; other-

wise, coplanar circle from the difference of the most un-

stable point will have an earthquake.

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M

K

M

K+1

M

K+1

M

D) After earthquake on occurs, if the most unsta-

ble point (poor seismic effect) is still, earthquake

will take place near the same point.

K

M

K

M

K+1

M

4. Research Basis and Calculation Method

Assumptions (1), (2), (3) are prerequisite of conclusion

(A), (B), (C) and (D); symmetry points including the spin

axis symmetry, yellow axis symmetry and geocentric

axial symmetry. With the existence of the ecliptic obliq-

uity (ecliptic plane and the equatorial plane angle 23.26

degrees) and the Ecliptic plane tangent line, parallel to

the equatorial plane tangent tends to a circle, the shape of

the earth tends to a sphere becomes possible. This can be

concluded with (C) and (D). Assumptions (4) decided the

longitudinal movement of the after . As-

sumptions (1) and (3) show the possibility that the

earthquake and the earthquake potential basis for the

order. Be noted that symmetrical points at any time

change the fact that, in the premise revolution, a startled

different points of the Ecliptic OK UTC timing of your

cutting surface is subject to change, and cut parallel to

the equatorial plane remain unchanged.

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MK

M

Earthquake time: the time the earthquake is very

important, when the earthquake occurred; it generates

and identifies Ecliptic line tangent plane, tangent plane

parallel to the equator, the ecliptic plane and the equato-

rial vertical longitudinal cut tangent plane, as well as the

corresponding point of the plane of symmetry at the

same time.

Symmetrical points on the calculation: Earth auto-

biographical spherical coordinates on the equatorial

plane symmetry coordinates of points on the simple cal-

culation, the same latitude, longitude 180 degrees plus or

minus 180 degrees. The following calculation Ecliptic

coordinate system on the surface of the ball symmetric

point computation of positions is shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2. Caculations.

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