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Earthquakes and the (non-)science of risk prediction

By:  Rebecca Cerio One of the more scientifically bizarre stories lately has been the conviction of Italian scientists and engineers in the L’Aquila earthquake trial.  To summarize, during a swarm of small earthquakes, a government-sponsored panel told the people of the … Continue reading

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