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Unusual quakes enough to cause major damage

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posted on Jan, 31 2008 @ 11:35 AM
I´ve never heard before that a Seismological Institute warned the state government in relation with a series of unusual quakes that could cause major damage.

Seismographs have registered an unusual seismic activity in the Saurashtra and Kutch peninsulas over the last few months, causing Capital-based Institute of Seismological Research (ISR) to send a report to the state government, terming it as “unusual enough to cause major damage”...

“The region is seeing this kind of activity for the first time since 1938 when a similar build-up led to a damaging temblor in Surendranagar..."

Source & Article: Express India

This has to be caused by some data who suggest a real possibility of a major quake to happen. Of course, it is impossible to predict a quake but the increase of activity can be the precursor of something big.
It is not for a simple research that are going to run a whole seismic network. Don´t you think so?

I think that this is something interesting to keep an eye on.
Further information and comments are welcome.
Thank you for your collaboration

posted on Jan, 31 2008 @ 04:55 PM
Very interesting indeed, thanks for bringing it up.

Im going to have a read up of this at the least,


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