Sue Arrows

Sue Arrows

is creating graphics for Seismic research

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patrons
Since following Dutchsinse's work in seismic research and his wild (and controversial) discovery in earthquake forecasting, Sue has helped him with creating graphics to help aid his teaching and plans to continue as updates and discoveries are still made from him and his community of researchers. 

This work is made to be free to the public to introduce and help lessen the fear of seismic activity that we often end up seeing as 'bad news' on the media. With the use of these educational graphics made available in print as well as online, this will (hopefully!) change the view on the future of earthquakes to not be an invisible unexpected natural disaster. 

Besides the graphics, Sue does also help with her technical expertise to others in the 'Dutchsinse' community as well as doing her own research putting them into practice from Dutchsinse's teaching of forecasting & research. She also tries to help make sure reports and communication is encouraged via social media and other forms to help with research and tracking. 

Patreon payments will help sustain the ongoing vast and global research and communication. They will also help with any expenses like hosting or domain names for resources to be made available. If there are generous amounts, then this can be used for other expenses like hard drive storage space, printing and even to 3rd party researchers within the Dutchsinse community and maybe even professionals. 


Why is this important?

The education and its tools will need to remain free to the public to introduce and help lessen the fear of seismic activity that we often end up seeing as 'bad news' on the media. With the use of these educational graphics made available in print as well as online, this will (hopefully!) change the future of how earthquakes are perceived to not be an invisible and unexpected natural disaster.
Besides the graphics, Sue also tries to help make sure reports and communication is encouraged via social media and other forms to reach out to countries that have their own search engines and video platforms.

Things done so far and still doing...

  • Added arrows on Dutchsinse's livestream map with Animatronics' backdrop image.
  • Made a 2D printable map available to most countries free for download on Dutchsinse's website.
  • I have reported and chased up owners of tsunami buoys out of order to be fixed.
  • Typed up Dutchsinse's FAQ and got it published.
  • Made short How To's and FAQ's videos of Dutchsinse's forecasting methods on my YouTube Channel.
  • Encourage others to create Facebook groups which now many thrive when there were none before.
  • After a large quake, I have reached out to new audiences in social media websites to spread awareness.
  • Encouraging use of Hashtags in social media by third parties.
  • Encouraging people to report felt quakes on social media.
  • Run Facebook Page Earthquakes & Weather: https://www.facebook.com/earthquakeandweather
  • Made a 'Print & Cut' your own globe with arrows to make into a 3D paper globe.
  • Production of weekly forecast maps for a quick glance  on the Facebook Page.
  • Weekly forecast with results maps on the Facebook Page.
  • Created social media accounts where Youtube is blocked and translated videos to other languages or allowed to be subtitled.
  • Make bite-sized How To videos on learning software and FAQ videos on learning Dutchsinse's method.
  • Build a multi lingual and responsive website.

Things to do next...

  • I am currently working on helping the EMSC get reports from China, Africa and India with Institutes they can rely on.
  • Get translations made for each of Rebecca's Facebook groups.
  • Continual research.
  • Create a quiz! (Almost done! Late 2018 Xmas present!)(Might be 2019!)
  • Collect data and evaluate Dutchsinse's observations using his method of understanding and forecasting. Evaluate and create a statistical analysis report for today's seismologists.
  • Design info graphics for easy instructions
  • Create links with charities and humanitarian aids
  • Make website suitable for phones on low power.
  • Volcano research!
  • Hawaii Timeline

My Graphics Work for Dutchsinse

All the official graphics I do that is for Dutchsinse does not leave my 'hands' without going through via Dutchsinse. Official graphics are all from Dutchsinse's owned accounts and online servers and not my own.. All official graphics are checked and approved by Dutchsinse and are documented, protected and not to be recreated and re-distributed for commercial use.  

Facebook Forecast & Results maps are all informal notes of my own and are my OWN interpretation as a third party viewer. 
Other graphics on Facebook are from third party sources and credited. 
Goals
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Once I reach $100 per month, I'll begin typing up text summary of Dutchsinse's 7-day forecasts
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Since following Dutchsinse's work in seismic research and his wild (and controversial) discovery in earthquake forecasting, Sue has helped him with creating graphics to help aid his teaching and plans to continue as updates and discoveries are still made from him and his community of researchers. 

This work is made to be free to the public to introduce and help lessen the fear of seismic activity that we often end up seeing as 'bad news' on the media. With the use of these educational graphics made available in print as well as online, this will (hopefully!) change the view on the future of earthquakes to not be an invisible unexpected natural disaster. 

Besides the graphics, Sue does also help with her technical expertise to others in the 'Dutchsinse' community as well as doing her own research putting them into practice from Dutchsinse's teaching of forecasting & research. She also tries to help make sure reports and communication is encouraged via social media and other forms to help with research and tracking. 

Patreon payments will help sustain the ongoing vast and global research and communication. They will also help with any expenses like hosting or domain names for resources to be made available. If there are generous amounts, then this can be used for other expenses like hard drive storage space, printing and even to 3rd party researchers within the Dutchsinse community and maybe even professionals. 


Why is this important?

The education and its tools will need to remain free to the public to introduce and help lessen the fear of seismic activity that we often end up seeing as 'bad news' on the media. With the use of these educational graphics made available in print as well as online, this will (hopefully!) change the future of how earthquakes are perceived to not be an invisible and unexpected natural disaster.
Besides the graphics, Sue also tries to help make sure reports and communication is encouraged via social media and other forms to reach out to countries that have their own search engines and video platforms.

Things done so far and still doing...

  • Added arrows on Dutchsinse's livestream map with Animatronics' backdrop image.
  • Made a 2D printable map available to most countries free for download on Dutchsinse's website.
  • I have reported and chased up owners of tsunami buoys out of order to be fixed.
  • Typed up Dutchsinse's FAQ and got it published.
  • Made short How To's and FAQ's videos of Dutchsinse's forecasting methods on my YouTube Channel.
  • Encourage others to create Facebook groups which now many thrive when there were none before.
  • After a large quake, I have reached out to new audiences in social media websites to spread awareness.
  • Encouraging use of Hashtags in social media by third parties.
  • Encouraging people to report felt quakes on social media.
  • Run Facebook Page Earthquakes & Weather: https://www.facebook.com/earthquakeandweather
  • Made a 'Print & Cut' your own globe with arrows to make into a 3D paper globe.
  • Production of weekly forecast maps for a quick glance  on the Facebook Page.
  • Weekly forecast with results maps on the Facebook Page.
  • Created social media accounts where Youtube is blocked and translated videos to other languages or allowed to be subtitled.
  • Make bite-sized How To videos on learning software and FAQ videos on learning Dutchsinse's method.
  • Build a multi lingual and responsive website.

Things to do next...

  • I am currently working on helping the EMSC get reports from China, Africa and India with Institutes they can rely on.
  • Get translations made for each of Rebecca's Facebook groups.
  • Continual research.
  • Create a quiz! (Almost done! Late 2018 Xmas present!)(Might be 2019!)
  • Collect data and evaluate Dutchsinse's observations using his method of understanding and forecasting. Evaluate and create a statistical analysis report for today's seismologists.
  • Design info graphics for easy instructions
  • Create links with charities and humanitarian aids
  • Make website suitable for phones on low power.
  • Volcano research!
  • Hawaii Timeline

My Graphics Work for Dutchsinse

All the official graphics I do that is for Dutchsinse does not leave my 'hands' without going through via Dutchsinse. Official graphics are all from Dutchsinse's owned accounts and online servers and not my own.. All official graphics are checked and approved by Dutchsinse and are documented, protected and not to be recreated and re-distributed for commercial use.  

Facebook Forecast & Results maps are all informal notes of my own and are my OWN interpretation as a third party viewer. 
Other graphics on Facebook are from third party sources and credited. 

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