Earthquakes probably didn't matter that much before humans built structures, amirite?

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Unless the mountain cave you were living in fell on you.

So you think that if you felt the ground was shaking under your feet like a jelly you wouldn't be scared if there are no buildings around?

There are branches in the Redwood Forest that weigh more than some cars.

I want you to imagine a branch the size of a Chrysler Pacifica landing on the horse you just domesticated.

Some places split open too... don't think that's any less than crashing structures.

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Except when they happened in the ocean and created tsunamis.

You mean when we lived in caves?

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