A mud-volcano island that burst from the waters off the coast of Pakistan during a deadly earthquake in 2013 has disappeared beneath the waves.
Japanese satellite shows where the ground was broken up and even sliced open during the twin earthquakes near Ridgecrest.
It's possible that the recent quakes could be the straw that broke the camel's back for the San Andreas Fault, which is way overdue for a major rupture.
Scientists know very little about the faults that ripped apart during the massive SoCal quakes.
This time, a magnitude-7.1 temblor struck the region near Ridgecrest, California. Experts say the next one could be even bigger.
Southern California was rattled by a magnitude 6.4 quake on Thursday (July 4). Bigger quakes could be coming soon.
Recent rumblings at Yellowstone National Park are actually aftershocks of a quake that occurred 60 years ago.
A massive, underground "blob" might be triggering hundreds of earthquakes in the Hindu Kush mountains.
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