Scientists Work to Predict Earthquakes In the wake of last week's massive and deadly earthquake on the Pakistan border, how likely is it that scientists could predict quakes?
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Scientists Work to Predict Earthquakes

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Scientists Work to Predict Earthquakes

Scientists Work to Predict Earthquakes

Scientists Work to Predict Earthquakes

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In the wake of last week's massive and deadly earthquake on the Pakistan border, how likely is it that scientists could predict quakes?

Guests:

Donald Turcotte, professor of geology; University of California, Davis

William Bakun, geophysicist, U.S. Geological Survey