Earthquake Warning System Experiencing Cracks in California

California has struggled to build and deploy an earthquake warning system that would give cities a few seconds of crucial time to prepare for the impact of a massive earthquake. The state is spending only a fraction of what Japan and Mexico have devoted, and scientists said the progress is so slow that they cannot say when the state might complete its system.
March 22, 2012

California has struggled to build and deploy an earthquake warning system that would give cities a few seconds of crucial time to prepare for the impact of a massive earthquake. The state is spending only a fraction of what Japan and Mexico have devoted, and scientists said the progress is so slow that they cannot say when the state might complete its system.

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