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Submission + - Detect major earthquakes? (washingtonpost.com)

hcs_$reboot writes: According to a Japanese researcher, the electrons count escalation high in the atmosphere could indicate that a major earthquake is going to happen within 30~40 minutes.
That phenomenon was observed before three earthquakes since 2004.
If confirmed, the earthquake detection system could save thousands of lives.

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