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Newly discovered fault line near Victoria could produce magnitude 7.5 earthquake
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A recently discovered active seismic fault line could produce a shallow magnitude 7.5 earthquake that would devastate British Columbia's provincial capital. Seismologists with the federal government say the Devil's Mountain Fault Zone (DMFZ) stretches …

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'The Big One' Earthquake Could Leave Pacific Rim Countries With No Escape …
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But that doesn't make it any less bearable to watch a simulation of the damage a projected 9.0-magnitude earthquake could wreak if it hits. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) produced an animation two months ago showing what the Pacific Ocean …

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5 Earthquake Time Bombs Which Could Devastate America
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A powerful magnitude 7.8 earthquake shook Indonesia this week, triggering tsunami warnings and causing mass panic. The risk of a serious Indonesian earthquake and tsunami in the region was well known to geologists — after all, records of such quakes …

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MH370: UFO hunter sighting could be missing Malaysian Airlines plane
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A UFO-hunter claims to have found the remains of the missing Malaysia plane MH370 off the coast of South Africa. Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, spotted a plane-shaped object near the Cape of Good Hope and he believes it could be a …

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NASA news: Palm-size satellites could be sent into space to search for alien …
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'We want to be cheaper than sending up a huge satellite, to be able to collect more data in less time for less money,' Ameer Blake, an undergraduate student at Howard University in Washington, DC, told Space.com. They hope to discover planet of all …

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Could a Rowan project change space exploration?
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Sangho Shim, a Rowan University Engineering professor, nearly jumped out of his desk chair last week when NASA replied to his email. Shim, the 'principle investigator' of the MemSat project, pitched his idea to the national space administration in …

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