Like it was ever easy.
A little bit.
Oh, right, we can't
We actually can learn from the past
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Why there are fewer casualties than the weaker quake that just hit Italy
Area has a history of catastrophic quakes
Oil and natural gas drilling is still shaking things up
New findings on what human activities are able to trigger earthquakes, and what kinds of quakes we may be setting off
And a hurricane may be on the way.
A new energy method could trigger a risky side effect
Precariously balanced rocks: a different kind of PBR
New map shows the likelihood
Two months worth of shaking hit a peak Friday night in Nevada
At least 38 confirmed dead
Recent tremors in California have brought up some common misconceptions.
The most severe recorded earthquake in Oklahoma history may also have been the most severe earthquake ever linked to a certain oil and gas drilling operation.
The U.S. Geological Survey says human activities like wastewater disposal might be contributing to central Oklahoma's earthquake swarm.
At 408 quakes so far, San Ramon sets a shaky new record
Research linking large earthquakes to changes in the Earth's spin remains to be tested.
Earthquake mapping reveals humans can actually cause earthquakes.
Electromagnetic fields can cloak objects from passing waves