Quantectum support
for public media

Breaking the boundaries of science by delivering the first public TV earthquake forecasts and information for the general public
About

Quantectum delivers first public TV “seismic-weather” forecasts explaining and interpreting the current earthquakes on Earth and commenting on the possible future increased seismic risk.

The public TV forecasts can be  published on various channels, such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.

Quantectum can also deliver  free in-depth reviews of  current destructive earthquakes world-wide , which are accessible to public media, journals, and journalists covering the problem of earthquakes.

How it works
  • 01

    Public channels: Visit our YouTube channel, Twitter,
    Facebook, and LinkedIn, etc.

  • 02

    Subscription: Subscribe to our “Public info portal”
    to get the in-depth reviews, analyses, reports, and
    articles on the last destructive earthquakes.

  • 03

    Press conferences: Visit our press conferences
    where the causes of the last destructive
    earthquakes are fully explained to the general public.

  • 04

    Your support: Get involved in helping to raise the
    global awareness about new possibilities of
    earthquake forecasting and new frontiers of science.

Cases

In 2018, after the publication of the Omega-Theory, a group of physicists and geologists initiated the project Quantectum. This project is dedicated to test the Omega-Theory, its capabilities and its limits, and to advance the global earthquake prediction and ensemble forecasting.

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In 2018, after the publication of the Omega-Theory, a group of physicists and geologists initiated the project Quantectum. This project is dedicated to test the Omega-Theory, its capabilities and its limits, and to advance the global earthquake prediction and ensemble forecasting.

Watch on YouTube

Breaking the boundaries of science,
delivering the impossible!

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