Nov. 28 — The cracks in the Earth’s crust that run under Texas haven’t shifted in 300 million years. Since movement along these cracks, or fault lines, is the main sign of seismic activity in an area, this should mean Texas is earthquake-free. However, in just the past decade, the number of earthquakes in the state have increased sixfold.
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