Rodrigo Diaz Mejia climbs over a crushed car into what was a second-story apartment felled by an earthquake last month in the Portales Norte neighbourhood of Mexico City. Photo: AP Rodrigo Diaz Mejia climbs over a crushed car into what was a second-story apartment felled by an earthquake last month in the Portales Norte neighbourhood of Mexico City. Photo: AP
Rodrigo Diaz Mejia climbs over a crushed car into what was a second-story apartment felled by an earthquake last month in the Portales Norte neighbourhood of Mexico City. Photo: AP
Earthquakes

Faint sounds emitted by rocks could give week’s warning before earthquakes strike, scientists say

‘People have said you can’t predict earthquakes. People have tried. We’re now saying we believe for the first time we can’

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Rodrigo Diaz Mejia climbs over a crushed car into what was a second-story apartment felled by an earthquake last month in the Portales Norte neighbourhood of Mexico City. Photo: AP Rodrigo Diaz Mejia climbs over a crushed car into what was a second-story apartment felled by an earthquake last month in the Portales Norte neighbourhood of Mexico City. Photo: AP
Rodrigo Diaz Mejia climbs over a crushed car into what was a second-story apartment felled by an earthquake last month in the Portales Norte neighbourhood of Mexico City. Photo: AP
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