You think seismic activity is weather? LMAO@U98% fewer deaths caused by extreme weather now than in the early 20th century, even though the world population is 4.5 times larger than it was in 1900.
If detection is the answer, why do tsunamis kill people?
Science is improving in it's ability to predict earthquakes, but right now the best they can do is give a few minutes warning. Long range tsunamis are able to be detected and warned about, but are notoriously unpredictable because they are so influenced by underwater topography. Short range tsunamis can be deadly even with warning because of their speed and destructive power.
Want to try again explaining how a warmer planet is safer?