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Earthquake indicators shake up conventional thinking

Saturday, May 18, 2013

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Before moving to Pittsburgh where he resides now, author David Nabhan lived in one of the main hotspots for seismic activity: "I lived in Southern California for 30 years," he said. In addition to teaching Spanish and science in public schools for 19 years in South Central Los Angeles, he served 15 years as his school site's earthquake preparedness coordinator.
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SIKESTON -- If you get confused and think David Nabhan is predicting when the next big earthquake will happen here, it's not his fault.

Faune Riggin, host and producer of Morning News Watch at KZIM and KSIM, is scheduled to do an on-air interview of Nabhan on her show at 8:40 a.m. Monday.

"I'm the author of 'Earthquake Prediction: Answers in Plain Sight,'" Nabhan said. "They are going to interview me for about 15 minutes."

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