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dani dulworth
dani dulworth

I think math is used to measure how much damage there was and how much the earth shook during the tsunami.

Scientists and mathematicians can se what they know about the damage of earth quakes to build sturdier buildings and homes and to tell people how to better prepare themselves for the next big earthquake.

A Green Road
A Green Road

How about doing a story about the Japan tsunami debris, and take some pictures, get some labs to test it for radiation, chemicals both in the water and on the items? There is a complete lack of information about what is coming.. Don't you want to know? 

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