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Originally posted by JohnySeagull
i blame the l.h.c
the experiments done in that are bound to have consequences.
the risks are higher than previously permitted and no one seems to be bothered.
welcome to the fourth dimension
The team watched an 8m rift develop in the ground in just three weeks in the Afar desert region last September
The fissure, now 13 feet (4 meters) wide, formed in just three weeks after a Sept. 14 earthquake in a barren region called Boina, about 275 miles (440 kilometers) northeast of the capital, Addis Ababa, said Dereje.
Earthquake swarm. During September-4 October 2005, an earthquake swarm consisting of 131 events occurred at and immediately surrounding Dabbahu (figure 1 and table 1). The swarm was sudden and comparatively intense, with magnitudes ranging from body-wave magnitude (mb) 3.9 to 5.2. Instruments registered earthquakes of both the highest number and magnitude during 24-26 September, just prior to the 26 September eruption. Seismicity in the area declined sharply on 27 September and stopped on 4 October. According to another data set, earthquakes occurred in the region during the 5 years prior to this swarm at an average rate of ~ 12 per year.