A terminally trembling New Zealand experienced at least two powerful earthquakes on Monday, which sent a flood of gray sludge into streets and homes.
Shortly before the 9.0-magnitude earthquake and tsunami tore into Japan this March, the air in the upper levels of the atmosphere above the country began to heat up. Why?
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