Shock Waves: 100 Years After the 1906 Earthquake

Dana King (Host): Alexander McAdie, officialearthquake forecaster for the U.
S.
Weather Bureau, had a nighttime routine.
Alexander McAdie: For 20 years I have recordedevery earthquake I have felt.
I kept a daily log of earth movements.
My custom was to sleepwith my watch open and spectacles at…

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Dana King (Host): Alexander McAdie, officialearthquake forecaster for the U.
S.
Weather Bureau, had a nighttime routine.
Alexander McAdie: For 20 years I have recordedevery earthquake I have felt.
I kept a daily log of earth movements.
My custom was to sleepwith my watch open and spectacles at…

Shock Waves: 100 Years After the 1906 Earthquake

Dana King (Host): Alexander McAdie, officialearthquake forecaster for the U.
S.
Weather Bureau, had a nighttime routine.
Alexander McAdie: For 20 years I have recordedevery earthquake I have felt.
I kept a daily log of earth movements.
My custom was to sleepwith my watch open and spectacles at…

Dana King (Host): Alexander McAdie, officialearthquake forecaster for the U.
S.
Weather Bureau, had a nighttime routine.
Alexander McAdie: For 20 years I have recordedevery earthquake I have felt.
I kept a daily log of earth movements.
My custom was to sleepwith my watch open and spectacles at…

Shock Waves: 100 Years After the 1906 Earthquake

Dana King (Host): Alexander McAdie, officialearthquake forecaster for the U.
S.
Weather Bureau, had a nighttime routine.
Alexander McAdie: For 20 years I have recordedevery earthquake I have felt.
I kept a daily log of earth movements.
My custom was to sleepwith my watch open and spectacles at…

Dana King (Host): Alexander McAdie, officialearthquake forecaster for the U.
S.
Weather Bureau, had a nighttime routine.
Alexander McAdie: For 20 years I have recordedevery earthquake I have felt.
I kept a daily log of earth movements.
My custom was to sleepwith my watch open and spectacles at…