All Posts Tagged With "earthquakes"

Old Wine, New Bottles – May, 2011

Old Wine, New Bottles – May, 2011

07 May 2011 by Erik Davis

  One of the things that’s challenging about the blog format we use here at Skeptic North is that it’s temporally-bounded.  Articles get published, blasted out via RSS and social networks, and (hopefully) read — but then get buried in a flurry of newer material.  Skeptic North has now passed the 18 month mark, and […]

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Are there more earthquakes than ever before?

Are there more earthquakes than ever before?

13 May 2010 by Kim Hebert

In short: No. But…but… Haiti! Chile! Mexico! China! 2012! We’re doomed! Not exactly. Over the last 20 years, there has not been a significant change in either the total number of earthquakes, or the number of greater magnitude earthquakes (such as those 6 and above that have been recently publicized).

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