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Earthquakes since 1898 | John Nelson | idvsolutions | www.IDVsolutions.com

A new map plots more than a century's worth of nearly every recorded earthquake. The map shows earthquakes of magnitude or greater since each is marked in a lightning-bug hue that glows brighter with increasing magnitude. In all, ea.

Bridge failure after an earthquake. A crumpled section of the Hanshin Expressway after the 7.3 magnitude Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995

look at that road its real 1995 Kobe earthquake, Japan. The 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake commonly referred to as the Kobe earthquake, Collapsed Hanshin Expressway .

San Andreas Fault ruptured in the 1906 earthquake that destroyed so much of San Francisco

Don't let this stop you from visiting beautiful California. "In a massive magnitude earthquake ruptured the entire San Andreas Fault in Northern California." A visible tear in the earth.

Aftermath of Nepal Earthquake

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12/29/2013 - Mexico: Tijuana-Ensenada scenic road collapses - Earth Changes and the Pole Shift

- Mexico: Tijuana-Ensenada scenic road collapses - Earth Changes and the Pole Shift

Most of the Earth is hot, molten metal and rock. In fact, the inhabitable part makes up less than 1% of the planet's mass.

Most of the Earth is hot, molten metal and rock. In fact, the inhabitable part makes up less than of the planet's mass.

Risk of earthquake increased for about half of US, lowered for about 1/10th of nation, taking into account data from 2011 quake and tsunami in Japan and surprise 2011 quake in Virginia. Most changes are slight. Washington, Oregon, Utah, Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming, Tenn. in twp 2 hazard zones. Part of Alaska, Calif., Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Missouri, Arkansas, Tenn. Illinois, Kentucky and S. Carolina are in highest risk areas.  July 18, 2014

New Earthquake Map: 42 States at Risk; 16 States at High Risk 2014 USGS National Seismic Hazard Map, displaying intensity of potential ground shaking from an earthquake in 50 years (which is the typical lifetime of a building).

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