Kaku Says Virginia Earthquake Should Be a `Wake-Up Call'

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Dr. Michio Kaku, a professor of physics at City College of New York, talks about the magnitude-5.9 earthquake felt along the U.S. East Coast today.
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Maybe somebody should tell Dr. Kaku that the earthquake happened in VIRGINIA, not New York.

Maybe he needs a wake up call. Better yet, move back to Californoicate where he grew up.

Maybe he should go back to school so he understands that the East Coast fault is NOT like Californicate and the earthquakes he are different.

Or maybe he likes sounding like a stupid "know it all" Yankee.

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va_tazdad wrote:
Maybe somebody should tell Dr. Kaku that the earthquake happened in VIRGINIA, not New York.
Maybe he needs a wake up call. Better yet, move back to Californoicate where he grew up.
Maybe he should go back to school so he understands that the East Coast fault is NOT like Californicate and the earthquakes he are different.
Or maybe he likes sounding like a stupid "know it all" Yankee.
You sure can tell a "know it all" yankee, but you sure can't tell him much.

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