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KAKU ON LATEST MEXICO EARTHQUAKE

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More than 200 people lost their lives in Mexico City on Tuesday to a magnitude 7.1 earthquake centered in Mexico‘s state of Puebla. It remains to be seen if this seismic activity is related to the magnitude 8.1 quake that struck a nearby region just two weeks prior but most experts agree that a significant aftershock is all but imminent. CBS NEWS science and futurist contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku, spoke to CBSN on how earthquakes work and why this one was so devastating. WATCH NOW!

MORE MEXICO QUAKE – BONUS BROADCAST

Dr. Kaku joined an earlier CBSN broadcast via telephone as news of the Mexico earthquake was first hitting. WATCH BONUS!

KAKU ON CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKE STUDY

Click for more CBS This MorningIs Southern California due for a major, possibly catastrophic, earthquake? Geologists of a new study say a quake of magnitude 7.5 or higher is long overdue to hit the area along the San Andreas Fault north of Los Angeles. CBS News science and futurist contributor Dr. Michio Kaku joins ‘CBS This Morning’ to size up the threat. WATCH NOW!

KAKU ON RING OF FIRE EARTHQUAKES

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Japan, Ecuador, and the entire west coast of the United States all reside on the same tectonic "Ring of Fire". Both Japan and Ecuador just endured three deadly rapid-succession earthquakes. Is the U.S. next? Understanding how these quake sites are connected offers us a better grasp at predicting future seismic surges. CBS NEWS science and futurist contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku, appeared live on CBSN to talk about these recent seismic events and what we need to be thinking about as this activity inevitably continues, potentially closer to home. WATCH NOW!

KAKU JOINS ‘CBS THIS MORNING’ TO DISCUSS UNUSUAL SURGE IN EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY

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A recent unusual surge in global seismic activity has given rise to a so-called ‘Swarm of Earthquakes’ hitting concentrated regions of the continental United States by the dozen. Residents in affected areas are notably rattled as officials formulate appropriate responses. CBS News Contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku joined ‘CBS This Morning’ hosts, Charlie Rose, Gayle King, and Norah O’Donnell, on Friday to explain the science behind the mysterious seismic surge. This one ends on a laugh. WATCH NOW!