When it comes to earthquakes, the earlier the warning, the better. While current seismometers can pick up minor tremors with precision, they’re relatively short-ranged and expensive, but now, a Stanford study has demonstrated that an extensive earthquake-detection network could already exist right under our feet: the optical fiber cables piping high-speed internet throughout cities.
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