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    By Amanda Woods

    A “swarmageddon” of more than 1,000 small earthquakes rattled parts of California over the past three weeks, according to a new report.

    For some, the bout of seismic activity affecting San Bernardino and Riverside counties was simply business as usual, because they didn’t feel a shake.

    But for others, it triggered concerns of a much bigger threat on the way, according to the Los Angeles Times.

    “Half the people are saying, ‘Oh, they’re having a lot of earthquakes — it gets rid of the energy, it makes us safer,’” seismologist Lucy Jones told the paper. “And half of them are going, ‘Oh, my God, we’re having earthquakes. We’re going to have the Big One.’ ”

    Neither of those theories is necessarily true, she said.

    Read the rest of the story on The New York Post

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