Mysterious Maine Earthquakes Caused by Ice Age Rebound | Wired Science | Wired.com
Just try to imagine the mass it takes to have moved away as liquid water to release this energy. Awesome and scary.
Okay Ludwig, you can probably not just imagine it but actually send me the numbers. LOL.
On the last day of April and first five days of May, dozens of tiny earthquakes caused Maine’s eastern coast to tremble. What could have shaken this geologically quiet region, located in the middle of a tectonic plate, far from any active faults?