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Aren't earthquakes and other natural disasters increasing every year?

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Aren't earthquakes and disasters getting bigger and more frequent each year because we're due to pass through the galactic equator in 2012?
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I don't think that's true.
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The only disasters that are becoming more frequent are cyclones, hurricaines, trunamis and floods. These are only increasing in number because of global warming, a human-caused problem. Earthquakes and other natural disasters are not becoming more frequent - we only hear about more because in this modern age, every corner of the earth has communication across the globe.
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