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September 01, 2016
Seismometers detect 'weather bomb' on other side of the Earth
Tokyo (UPI) Aug 26, 2016
In a new study, scientists report a series of tremors picked up by seismometers in Japan were produced by a "weather bomb" on the other side of the globe, just off the coast of Greenland. The researchers didn't detect an earthquake, only an amplification of the background noise that constantly hums across the planet's interior - vibrations caused by tidal forces, ocean waves, deep-lying earthquakes and other disturbances. As a storm system stalled over the North Atlantic, atmospheric pr ... read more

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