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Earth's Deep "Hum" Recorded for 1st Time --"Planet is Constantly in Movement"

Scientists have long known earthquakes can cause the Earth to vibrate for extended periods of time. However, in 1998 a research team found the Earth also constantly generates a low-frequency vibrational signal in the absence of earthquakes. Since then, seismologists...        
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