When you remodel your house or condo building, you might find yourself with a decision: should I update the kitchen or replace the foundation, or both? Most of us don’t see the concrete foundation every day, so when you do take a look you might wonder: is that normal? Let’s peek “under the house” to learn more!
We’ve peered into the terror of the most dangerous places to be during a major earthquake, but for most of us who live in earthquake country, the opposite question is much more relevant.
“Where is the safest place to be during a major earthquake?”
What does it feel like to experience an earthquake? Does the ground start rolling like an ocean wave or shake back and forth? What will the Big One feel like? Learn what factors affect earthquake strength and how you can vicariously experience one.
Recent natural disasters such as the California fires and Hurricane Michael suggest that we’re living in an increasingly precarious world. However, are earthquakes also increasing in frequency?
The concept of “earthquake weather” dates back to ancient Greece, and the tantalizing idea that we can predict earthquakes based on meteorology persists. Has modern science proven a link between temperature, humidity, and the likelihood of seismic activity?