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Nature_and_Environment.25

Earthquakes

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{Nature_and_Environment.25.6}: Tom Elliot {telliot} Mon, 11 Apr 2005 15:20:39 CDT (10 lines)
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It's highly unlikely, heck virtually impossible, for that to have any
connection to the earthquakes.  The Sumatran earthquakes are the
result of hundreds of years of built up pressure as one tectonic plate
forces its way under another.  The area at which they meet does not
slide easily and pressures build up that get released as the upper
plate catches and releases on the lower.  That's what caused those
earthquakes.

A drilling hole of a few inches in diameter doesn't even rise to the
level of a mosquito bite.

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