Two or Three More Magnitude 9 Earthquakes Possible in Next Six Years Warns NOAA Geophysicist

Posted on December 15, 2011

Dr. Gerard Fryer is a senior geophysicist the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii. He talks earthquake cycles in this short AP video clip. Fryer says, "If the present sequence is anything like what happened in the last century, we have about five or six years more to go before the Earth goes back to sleep. So in the next five or six years, it's not at all unlikely that we have two or three more great magnitude 9 earthquakes somewhere on Earth."

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