Proposal: Milne Seismograph

Asking for a $1,640,000 investment to fund production

want to know when the next earthquake will occur? or how bad the last one was? If so then you should invest in the MILNE SEISMOGRAPH!

What Does It Do?

  • It can record ground motion of the Earth and track seismic waves.

  • It will record the dates and times of explosions, earthquakes, meteor impacts, or other violent and catastrophic events.

  • It will even help predict the occurrences of future events such as earthquakes!
  • Willing To Make Negotiations!

    How It Works!

    5 Simple parts each complete 1 simple task:

  • 1. Clock- records date and time of event.
  • 2. Support structure- transfers the ground motion caused by event to the recording device.
  • 3. Inertial mass- the weighted piece of the recording device that remains stationary.
  • 4. Pivot- allows the inertial mass to remain stationary.
  • 5. Recording device- roll of paper that moves with the support structure while a pen (attached to inertial mass) remains stationary.
  • The first seismograph in America recorded the major earthquake of 1906 in San Francisco

    About The Creator - John Milne

  • In the late 1800's, John Milne, along with James Alfred Ewing and Thomas Gray designed and invented, not the first, but the most precise and most modern seismograph. John Milne, by himself, also invented the first precise seismometer, which is the sensor within the seismograph.