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The 18-year-old high school student did not opt for a cat, or a dog or even a parrot, but something far more exotic: a South American tiger shovelnose catfish that she keeps at her home in Tokyo. Enlisting the help of Naouki Yada, 50, an assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Kanagawa Institute of Technology, she attached an infrared sensor to the tank to observe the fish's behavior for when an earthquake strikes. Mitsusaki Ota, 62, a professor of Veterinary Medicine at Azabu University, has been exploring the relationship between electromagnetic waves and abnormal behavior in animals. While pitching in with rescue operations following the Great Hanshin Earthquake in 1995, Ota was surprised by the many reports of strange animal behavior immediately before disaster struck.
He has exposed hundreds of dogs to electromagnetic waves and noted that it in almost all of them there was no change in behavior.
He posed the following question to 332 of his students: Suppose a large earthquake struck today.

Scientists are also exploring whether changes in the natural world can be used for earthquake prediction.
According to Yasuhide Hobara, 44, a professor of Communication Engineering and Information at The University of Electro-Communications, fluctuations in the magnetic field of extremely low-frequency radio bands begin to appear several weeks before an earthquake.
It would appear that the volume of electrons in the ionosphere of the upper atmosphere also changes prior to an earthquake. Kosuke Heki, a professor of Natural History Sciences at Hokkaido University, noted that the volume of electrons centered in a portion of the upper atmosphere 300 kilometers above the Tohoku region began to gradually increase about one hour prior to the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011. Scientists believe that bedrock becomes contorted, increasing the positive charge on the Earth's surface, just prior to an earthquake.
But for a prediction to have any meaning, observable data must be monitored in real time and abnormalities that could indicate an earthquake is imminent must be identified.

Toshiyasu Nagao, 56, who heads Tokai University's Earthquake Prediction Research Center, said: "Basic research on phenomenon that can be recorded just before an earthquake strikes and linked to short-notice predictions is still insufficient. A dog receives radiation screening after being taken into custody near the crippled Fukushima No.

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