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October 1, 2007

GraGraph Home Earthquake Meter Measures Quakes

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Having grown up with small earthquakes all the time in Maine (yes - I said Maine), I was always curious how strong the little quakes were. A gadget called the GraGraph has been introduced for those who want to know exactly how big an earthquake they're experiencing in real-time will be, and if they should run for the hills.

I guess I see earthquakes as ground weather. You really want to know the forecast of the big one coming, and exactly what you should to do save yourself. Costs just $85 bucks and we think it could be well worth it if you live in an area like San Francisco.

Via SCIFI.COM at EnekoShop

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