“Animals have the potential to be reliable forecasters of earthquakes and could be used alongside other monitoring systems.” (

Guide Frogs for the Undermined.



As nearly 200 governments meet in the Peruvian capital, Lima, to thrash out a draft deal to cut carbon emissions in a bid to ward off more global warming, high in the Peruvian Andes, a region prone to earthquakes, “scientists warn that if a giant chunk of ice from the Hualcan glacier breaks off it could trigger a tsunami-like wave.” (

The tropical glacier of Damocles.


“The surge in seismic activity [in Oklahoma] has left residents and experts alike wondering about the underlying cause.” (

Underlying, it turns out, are millions of barrels of wastewater from fracking.


A government representative “dismissed concerns over water pollution from fracking in the UK, and the very small earthquakes caused … ‘It will not contaminate water supplies. It will not cause dangerous earthquakes.'” (

Just non-dangerous ones.