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2,600 Earthquakes Rock Iceland

Over twenty-six-hundred earthquakes, most very small, have occurred since August 16th in Iceland. They are occurring under a giant ice shelf, so a major eruption is unlikely. Scientists say the mere intrusion of magma is much more likely. http://www.wired.com/2014/08/earthquakes-still-rocking-icelands-bardarbunga-volcano/?mbid=social_twitter #tech

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