• Jessica Colarossi

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    Jessica Colarossi is a science writer for The Brink. She graduated with a BS in journalism from Emerson College in 2016, with focuses on environmental studies and publishing. While a student, she interned at ThinkProgress in Washington, D.C., where she wrote over 30 stories, most of them relating to climate change, coral reefs, and women’s health. Profile

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There are 3 comments on Why Were the Two Earthquakes That Struck Turkey and Syria So Catastrophic—and Could They Have Been Predicted?

  1. Earthquakes may be predicted if they are natural causes. Induced earthquakes are difficult to predict. Ask the ones doing several fracking, mining, and other human actions in the location. You may have a better answer. YOu do not need to search fancy Haarp or connections with planets or any fantasy. Just search for the guys who look forward to being richer.

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