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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Earthquake strikes in North Texas (KTVT-TV) 'Cyberarcheology' salvages lost Iraqi art (BBC) Peruvian discovery may hold 'hidden pool' of rare earths ( Probing iron chemistry in the deep mantle...

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Geologists report that a universal sliding mechanism operates for earthquakes of all depths — from the deep ones all the way up to the crustal ones. The physics of the sliding is the self-lubrication of the earthquake fault by flow...

source: University of California, Riverside

The first geological evidence of a huge megathrust earthquake crossing fault boundaries there is giving credence to worst-case scenarios of a potential magnitude 8.9 quake.

source: New Scientist

New natural gas extraction using hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has been the biggest reason American CO2 emissions have dropped — but it is not without controversy. Environmentalists have taken to videos showing "flaming...

source: Science 2.0

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