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April 18th, 1906, California San Andreas Fault snaps, shaking San Francisco for nearly 60 terrifying seconds, when the trembling stops, the disaster was (the) only beginning. Gaslines rupture setting off mass fires some 700 people died. Most of the city reduced to ruins. This trembling of the ground causes when masses of blocks suddenly shift below the earth surface is called an earthquake. Hundreds of little earthquake shake the planet everyday but most pass unnoticed. They usually occurs along the boundaries of thin-plates that cover the earth like an egg shell. Driven by the heat deep within the earth core, the plates grind against each other along lines called faults. When the plate’s motion is blocked, stress builds up. Finally, the faults give away. The released energy rises through the earth in the form of seismic waves. Scientists record these waves on a device called a seismography. Those zigzag lines show the strength of various seismic waves. Using these lines, scientists greater earthquakes on the Richter scale. For a quick to measure one number higher on the Richter scale, it must release about 30 times as much energy as the number below it. Every year about 100, 000 earthquakes ramble through ground hard enough for people to feel them. Of these, only about 1000 are strong enough to damage property. But a powerful earthquake can be devastating. On average about 10, 000 die each year as a result of earthquakes. The greatest recorded earthquake ever to hit north America measured a massive 9.2. The tremor struck Alaska from March 28, 1964. A camera on board of a ship docking (in?? b**dees)?? recorded the draining of the entire harbor as a chasum opened up on the seafloor. There is no stopping the surface of the earth from changing and moving. Engineers are focusing on ways to create better buildings, highways and bridges structures that will remain safe and stay in one piece when next time the earth to shake.

[ 本帖最后由 angel0404 于 2008-5-16 09:53 编辑 ]
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Hundreds of little earthquakes shake the planet every day, but most pass unnoticed. They usually occur along the boundaries of the thin plates that cover the earth like an egg shell.

 

Driven by the heat deep within the earth core. The plates grind each other along lines called faults. When a plate’s motion is blocked, stress builds up. Finally the fault gives away.

 

The released energy raises through the earth in the form of seismic waves .Scientists record these waves on a device called a seismograph .These zigzag lines show the strength of various seismic waves. Using the line, scientists grade earthquakes on the Richter scale. For a quake to measure one number higher of Richter scale, it must release about 30 times as much energy as the number below it.

Every year about 100,000 earthquakes ramble through the ground hard enough for people feel them. Of these, only about 1000 are strong enough to damage property. But a powerful earthquake can be devastating. On average  about 10,000 people die each year as a result of earthquakes .

 

The greatest recorded earthquake ever hit North America measured a massive 9.2 .The tremor struck Alaska on March 28, 1964. A camera onboard a ship adopted about these, recorded the draining of the entire harbor as a chiasm opened up on the seafloor. There is no stopping the surface of the earth from changing and moving, so engineers are focusing on ways to create better buildings, highways and bridges, structures that will remain safe and stay in one piece the next time the earth begins to shake.

 

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April 18, 1906, California* snaps, Shaking san Francesca for nearly 60 terrifying seconds. When the trembling stops, the disaster is only beginning. Gas line rupture setting off massive fires. Some 700 people die. Most of the city is reduced to ruins. This trembling of the ground causes when massive of * suddenly shift below the earth surface is called an earthquake. Hundreds of little earthquakes shake the planet every day. But most pass unnoticed. They usually occur along the boundaries of thin plates that cover the earth like an egg shell, driven by the heat deep within the earth core. The plates crumb against each other along lines cause force. When the plate’s motion is blocked, stress builds up. Finally the force gives away. The released energy rises to the earth in the form of seismic waves. Scientists record these waves on a device called seismograph. The * lines show the strength of the various seismic waves. Using the line, scientists grade earthquakes on the * scale. For a quake to measure one number higher of* scale, it must release about 30 times as much energy as the number below it. Every year about a hundred thousand earthquakes ramble through the ground, hard enough for people to feel them. Of these only above thousand are strong enough to damage property. But a powerful earthquake can be devastating. On average about ten thousand people die each year as result of earthquakes. The greatest recorded earthquake ever hit North America as a math 9.2. The tremor struck Alaska on March 25, 1964. A camera on board ship* recorded the draining of entire harbor as a * opened up on the sea floor. There is no stopping the surface of the earth from changing and moving. Engineers are focusing on ways to create better buildings and highways and bridges, structures that will remain safe and stay in one place. Next time New York begins to shake.
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April 18, 1906, California's San Andreas Fault snaps, shaking San Francisco for nearly 60 terrifying seconds .When the trembling stops, the disaster is only beginning.

 

 

 

Gas lines rupture setting off massive fires, some 700 people die. Most of the city is reduced to ruins. This trembling of the ground caused when masses of rocks suddenly shift below the earth surface is called an earthquake.

 

 

 

Hundreds of little earthquakes shake the planet every day, but most pass unnoticed. They usually occur along the boundaries of the thin plates that cover the earth like an egg shell, driven by the heat deep within the earth core. The plates grind against each other along lines called faults. When a plates motion is blocked, stress builds up. Finally the fault gives way. The released energy raises through the earth in the form of seismic waves .Scientists record these waves on a device called a seismograph .These zigzag lines show the strength of various seismic waves. Using the line, scientists grade earthquakes on the Richter scale. For a quake to measure one number higher of Richter scale, it must release about 30 times as much energy as the number below it.

 

 

 

Every year about 100,000 earthquakes ramble through the ground hard enough for people to feel them. Of these, only about 1000 are strong enough to damage property. But a powerful earthquake can be devastating. On average / about 10,000 people die each year as a result of earthquakes .The greatest recorded earthquake ever to hit North America measured a massive 9.2 .The tremor struck Alaska on March 28, 1964. A camera onboard a ship adopted about these, recorded the draining of the entire harbor as a chiasm opened up on the seafloor. There is no stopping the surface of the earth from changing and moving, so engineers are focusing on ways to create better buildings, highways and bridges, structures that will remain safe and stay in one piece the next time the earth begins to shake.

 

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April 18 1906, California saint and dras falls snaks, shaking San Francisco for nearly 60 terrifying seconds. When the trembling stops, disaster is only beginning. Gas lines ruptured, setting off massive fires. Some 700 people died. Most of the city was reduced to ruins.

 

This trembling of the ground caused when masses of rocks suddenly shift below the earth surface is called an earthquake. Hundreds of little earthquakes shape the planet everyday, but most pass unnoticed. They usually occur along the boundaries of the thin plates that cover the earth like an nutshell. Driven by the heat deep within the earth core, the plates grind against each other along lines called faults, when the plate’s motion is blocked, stress builds up. Finally the fault gives way, the released energy races through the earth and form seismic waves.

 

Scientists recall these waves on a device called a seismic graph. These zigzag lines show the strength of various seismic waves. Using the lines, scientists grater earthquakes on a Richter scale. For a quake to measure 1 no higher on the Richter scale, it must release about 30 times as much energy as the no below it. Every year about 100,000 earthquakes rumble through the ground hard enough for people to feel them, of these only about 1,000 are strong enough to damage property. But a powerful earthquake is devastating. On average about 10,000 people die each year as a result of earthquakes.

 

The greatest recorded earthquake ever to hit North America measured a massive 9.2. The tramer struck Alaska on March 28, 1964. A camera on board a ship ducting lds recorded the draining of the entire harbor as Acasin opened up on the sea floor. There is no stopping the surface of the earth from changing and moving. So engineers are focusing on ways to create better buildings, highways, and bridges, structures that will remain safe and stay in one piece the next time the earth begins to shake.

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April 18, 1906, California's San Andreas Fault snaps, shaking San Francisco for nearly 60 terrifying seconds .When the trembling stops, the disaster is only beginning.

 

Gas lines rupture setting off massive fires, some 700 people die. Most of the city is reduced to ruins. This trembling of the ground caused when masses of rocks suddenly shift below the Earth’s surface is called an earthquake.

 

Hundreds of little earthquakes shake the planet every day, but most pass unnoticed. They usually occur along the boundaries of the thin plates that cover the Earth like an egg shell. Driven by the heat deep within the Earth’s core, the plates grind against each other along lines called faults. When a plate’s motion is blocked, stress builds up. Finally the fault gives way. The released energy raises through the Earth in the form of seismic waves .Scientists record these waves on a device called a seismograph .These zigzag lines show the strength of various seismic waves. Using the line, scientists grade the earthquakes on the Richter scale. For a quake to measure one number higher on the Richter scale, it must release about 30 times as much energy as the number below it.

 

Every year about 100,000 earthquakes rumble through the ground hard enough for people to feel them. Of these, only about 1,000 are strong enough to damage property. But a powerful earthquake can be devastating. On average, about 10,000 people die each year as a result of earthquakes .The greatest recorded earthquake ever to hit North America measured a massive 9.2 .The tremor struck Alaska on March 28, 1964. A camera onboard a ship docked in Valdez, recorded the draining of the entire harbor as a chasm opened up on the seafloor.

 

There is no stopping the surface of the Earth from changing and moving, so engineers are focusing on ways to create better buildings, highways and bridges, structures that will remain safe and stay in one piece the next time the Earth begins to shake.

 

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April 18th 1906, California’s San Andreas Fault snaps, shaking San Francisco for nearly 60 terrifying seconds. When the trembling stops, the disaster is only beginning.

Gas lines rupture, setting off massive fires. Some seven hundred people die. Most of city is reduced to ruins. This trembling of the ground caused when masses of rocks suddenly shift below the earths’ surface is called an earthquake.

Hundreds of little earthquakes shake the planet every day, but most pass unnoticed. They usually occur along the boundaries of the thin plates that cover the earth like an egg shell. Driven by the heat deep within the earth’s core, the plates grind against each other along lines called faults. When a plate’s motion is blocked, stress builds up, finally the fault gives away. The released energy raises through the earth in the form of seismic waves. Scientists record these waves on a device called a seismograph. These zigzag lines show the strength of various seismic waves. Using the line, scientists grade the earthquakes on the Richter scale. For a quake to measure one number higher on the Richter scale, it must release about 30 times as much energy as the number below it.

Every year about 100,000 earthquakes rumble through the ground hard enough for people to feel them. Of these, only about 1,000 are strong enough to damage property. But a powerful earthquake can be devastating. On average, about 10,000 people die each year as a result of earthquakes. The greatest recorded earthquake ever to hit North America measured a massive 9.2. The tremors struck Alaska on March 28th 1964. A camera on board of a ship docked in Valdez recorded the draining of the entire harbor as a chasm opened up on the seafloor.

There is no stopping the surface of the earth from changing and moving. So Engineers are focusing on ways to create better buildings, highways and bridges, structures that will remain safe and stay in one piece the next time the earth begins to shake.
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