In September, 2012, the Nicoya peninsula of Costa Rica experienced an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6. Despite the strength of the earthquake, there were no fatalities. This could be because geoscientists forecasted it, accurately stating that a 7.7 to 7.8 magnitude earthquake would occur there around the year 2000, give or take 20 years. Because of this forecast, the area prepared for the worse: doing what they could to make buildings more secure and making its people aware of what to do when an earthquake happens.
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However, scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology are reporting success for their forecast of an earthquake last year, not only figuring out the earthquake’s location, but also its magnitude.
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