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In theory the mechanism is really quite simple: 1. A sensor detects the rumblings of an earthquake. 2. Within.5 to 1 second an air tank pushes air in-between an artificial foundation and the actual structure of the home, lifting it as high as 3cm off the ground. 3. While the earth below violently shakes, [...]
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