A knife, chisel, arrowheads and other gear belonging to a Bronze Age warrior have been uncovered on a 3,300-year-old battlefield in Germany.
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This past US summer, southern California experienced a significant earthquake swarm. Analysis of the event suggests earthquakes unravel in a more complicated manner than is typically appreciated. What’s more, this event has perturbed a major, previously idle fault nearby—and scientists aren’t entirely sure about the potential consequences.