Earthquakes can happen suddenly and without warning, but what if the tremors we feel today didn’t actually start today, but possible decades if not a hundred years ago. That might seem wild, but that’s exactly what researchers say they've begun to believe might be the case, after making some statistical inferences from historical seismic data.
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