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In 2011, Italian scientists were sentenced to six years in jail (sentence reversed on appeal) for failing to produce accurate earthquake forecasting. The initial verdict was that some or all of the 300 earthquake deaths in L’Aquila in the April 2009 earthquakes could have been averted with warnings derived from competent scientific judgment. With the […]
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