Study: South Korea’s largest earthquake was likely triggered by geothermal fracking

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(Natural News) Two separate studies have suggested that hydraulic fracking is the likeliest cause behind South Korea’s worst earthquake. An Eco Watch article shared the studies’ findings linking a fracking operation for a local geothermal power plant to the 2017 Pohang earthquake. In November 15 of that year, a massive earthquake struck the southern port of Pohang. It was the…

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