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Study finds Hurricane Sandy literally shook Earth; Could global warming increase storm intensity?

Kramer Phillips | @KramerPhillips| April 20, 2013

Study finds Hurricane Sandy literally shook Earth; Could global warming increase storm intensity?

A massive storms hits with the force of an earthquake.

A newly released study finds Superstorm Sandy literally shook part of Earth.

According to a study published by Oner Sufri, a geophysics doctoral student at the University of Utah, the rapid shaking from the massive storm was felt as far away as the West coast of the United States.

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