Solar activity, Cyclones and Earthquakes: What is the Connection?

Seismologist B. Gutenberg found out through his research the astonishing parallelism between COSmophysical phenomenon (solar activity), MEteorological phenomena (barometric pressure, cyclones) and frequency of earthquakes (TEctonic phenomena). He published his results in 1927 opening the question what those CORrelations on a planetary scale are about. As of 1967, seismologist M. Bath from Seismological Institute in Sweden found out that global process in the earth’s interior connects earthquakes to each other over entire planet (referred as seismic global concept). Båth named it sympathetic behavior while examining two gigantic earthquakes which have occurred in 1964 (M9.2, Alaska) and 1965 (M8.7, Aleutian Isl).

Principal concerns

The crushing victory of the theoretical approach over the experimental approach lasted only until the theory was used to make experimentally verifiable predictions of the tectonic events. When attempts were made to verify such correlations to predict EQ researchers faced two principal questions: How do such electric (charge) global disturbances, coming from the Sun and covering whole globe, concentrate in such very small volumes of earthquakes foci? And how does the mechanical energy of huge cyclonic disturbance concentrate comparatively small volume of the earthquake focus?

Seismologists know how many earthquakes every minute are there... But seismometers have no capability of early detecting a strong earthquake within days, weeks and months before it occurs. It has been the goal of unsuccessful research for the past 130 years.

Flying Through Space: Circuitry of Currents

Have you ever seen spectacular Northern Lights? Those are perfect visible examples of how a circuitry of currents works all way through space at least connecting Sun to the Earth’s upper atmosphere.

The circuitry of Currents in Solar system

When space missions made the magnetosphere and interplanetary space accessible to physical instruments and as observational techniques advanced, it became obvious that space and, in particular, the Solar system is filled with the circuitry of currents. The conception of gigantic closed electrical circuits made it happen to calculate amplitude and phases of the solar cycle (Kuznetsov, 70's) and electric network model of solar wind interaction with Earth's magnetosphere and ionosphere (Nobel prize laureate Alfven, the 70's). NASA's fleets of fifth THEMIS spacecraft, launched in February 2007, has made important discoveries about spectacular eruptions of Northern Lights and the source of their power. The mission's discoveries include giant magnetic ropes that connect Earth's upper atmosphere to the Sun and explosions in the outskirts of Earth's magnetic field. A 'magnetic rope' is a twisted bundle of magnetic fields organized much like the twisted hemp of mariner's rope.

Proton tectogenesis

The earth’s hydride core and the Sun contain protons which are atoms of hydrogen. V.I. Vernadsky, prominent Russian Academician, backed the model which decrypts that :

1) hydrogen are likely dissolved into iron during the Earth's evolution forming the light iron hydride (FeH4) core, and

2) protons (positive charges) escape from the earth’s hydride core and rise upwards closing up the hydrogen cycling to Earth’s surface separately from the cycling of water, and then give rise to proton upwelling phenomenon, which is the rising of low energy protons from ionosphere to magnetosphere. All tectonic processes occur in the tectonosphere due to the impulsive protons migration from the Earth’s core to the crust.

Underground electric station Cosmetecor

Historically, underground electric measurements can be traced back to classic telluric measurements, performed using long measurement lines, whose ends had lead electrodes buried in bore pits at a depth of some meters. Measuring line lengths varied from kilometers to tens of meters. Usually, a couple of measuring lines, extended along magnetic meridian and parallel, are used. Such "crosses" are being used till present time to measure magnetotelluric currents. The magnetotelluric station was successfully used in geophysical exploration, and there were unsuccessful attempts to use Magnetotelluric station for earthquake prediction.

Cosmetecor sensor has radically innovated the way of how to look into early detecting and prediction of a strong earthquake.

Cosmetecor solution

Cosmetecor is a solution for early detecting strong earthquakes by means of a grid of underground sensors which measure electromotive forces. Proton migration (i.e. electric charge migration from Earth’s core) drives an earthquake to happen.

Why we?

30 years in operation and collaboration

• Proton earthquake model

• Sensor network in Kamchatka, Altai, Crimea, Italy, South Fiji

• Development of EQ prediction model (ground truth)

• MoU for data sharing

• Data provider for R&D projects worldwide (South Pacific, IT, USA)

Join us for building resilient community

Extension of Cosmetecor sensor network will succeed the main goal to save people’s lives. More sensors across the planet, less disastrous for peoples will be next tectonic calamity in seismic hazardous regions.

Who we are?

Vadim Bobrovskiy, founder, he develops strategy and vision of product-service to clients (2001-present).

D.A. Kuznetsov, Member of the International Astronomical Union (since 1973), Inventor and expert in the early detecting and prediction earthquakes. Editor and co-author of many prepatent reports, paperson Cosmetecor technology.

Our team members cover the blend of expertise needed to fulfill global Cosmetecor Initiative goal. Our team implement Cosmetecor business plan by means of Service design, Back-end and Front-end Development, Data Analytics, Operations. And Management.

Cosmetecor portfolio of services

• Tailored reports on targeted monitoring areas (daily, weekly)
• Early detecting and prediction alert of strong earthquakes

SE-station vs Seismograph

The sensors are designed to be selectively sensitive. Being located in a earthquake-prone zones, sensor network organizes collected data. Cosmetecor system issues alerts days before a strong earthquake occurs.

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Wish to prepare for an earthquake? Contact us and receive instructions on how to install the sensor at your site.


Follow instructions, sensor can be deployed in a shortest time span.


Connect the sensor to Cosmetecor network over the Internet. You will start receiving notification through our services. In case of emergency follow the orders of public administration and civil protection agency.


March, 2018

Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation formally awarded Vadim Bobrovskiy with degree Candidate in Technical Sciences (Geophysics).

November, 2016

Provide the service for public institution at Fiji.

2014 – 2016

Participant and data provider in the framework of Russian Federal Program "R&D in Priority Areas of Development of the Russian S&T Complex 2014—2020" (Development of complex geophysical monitoring networks for extreme natural phenomena forecast’, project UID RFMEFI57714X0109).

September, 2012

Developing new set of the instrumentation in the combination with cloud based solutions. Putting into the operation sensors in Kamchatka region, Altai region, Italy.

October, 2010

Development of the laboratory in Central Italy.

June, 2007

Award "Best TeamWork" by promoting Public Joint stock company "Kamchatka earthquake operational prediction center". Award was presented by Ministry of Telecommunication of the Russian Federation.

December 7, 2005

As a result of measurements of proton degassing, presented on the conference short-term regional Kamchatka peninsula prediction of strong earthquake with M7+ that should occurred in the following months from January to May of 2006 with maximum probability on 05th May 2006 ± 14 days. Conference was organised by Ministry of the Russian Federation of Affairs for Civil Defense and Emergencies Situations. Earthquake with magnitude M7.6 occurred on 20 April, 2006 23:25:05 UT in the north of Kamchatka peninsula territory (Koryak Highlands).

June, 2001

Cosmetecor School of the Distant Education established.

1995 – 2001

CDevelopment of the instrumentation and examination the proton degassing results through the many locations in Kamchatka before earthquakes with magnitude M6+.

April, 1994

The expert council of Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), headed by the RAS corresponding member G. Sobolev, had examined the results carried out by Kamchatka Prognostic Center. The report of Council contained the recommendation to implement the network of such observatories and continue research.

March, 1992

Realisations of short-term and operational earthquakes predictions in the vicinity (100 km radius) of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski with magnitude M7.1 02 March, 1992 and M6.8 on 06 March, 1992 respectively.

January, 1992

January, 1992 Establishment of the Kamchatka Prediction Centre in the Department of Affairs for Civil Defence and Emergencies Situation of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski, Kamchatka region. DA Kuznetsov provided consultancy as operational earthquake prediction expert.

November, 1991

"Impulse-1" instrument came to operation in the Department of Affairs for Civil Defence and Emergencies Situation of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski, Kamchatka region.

August, 1991

All-Union conference "The problem of earthquake prediction" supported by Commission of the Kamchatka region for Affairs for Emergencies Situation.

Winter 1990/1991

Canceling two false alarms of upcoming earthquakes based on measurement of proton migration.D.A. Kuznetsov provided supported material to Commission of the Kamchatka region for Affairs for Emergencies Situation.

People's lives should have been saved 825208 since 2000 up-to-now

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