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  •  The Earth’s plates move just a few inches a year—about as fast as a person’s fingernails grow. This continental pattern predicts that 250 million years from now, a new supercontinent will be born.[Earth]

  •  The deadliest earthquake known hit Shansi, China on January 23, 1556. An estimated 830,000 people died.[Earthquakes]

  •  The world’s worst landslide started by an earthquake occurred in 1920 in the Kansu province in China. The landslide killed about 200,000 people.[Earthquakes]

  •  Lightning strikes the earth over 8.6 million times per day.[Earth]

  •  The number of water molecules in ten drops of water is equal to all the stars in the known universe.[Earth]

  •  In ancient Greece, people believed that the god of the sea, Poseidon, caused earthquakes. When he was angry, Poseidon would strike the ground with his trident and set off an earthquake. His unpredictable, violent behavior earned him the nickname “Earth-Shaker.”[Earthquakes]

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