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Another Earthquake Swarm? Yes, this Time in Inyo County

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Remember the hundreds of small quakes shaking the Salton Sea back in April? After a 5.1 shaker early this morning, dozens of smaller earthquakes have shook the small town of Keeler, which is about 148 miles from Las Vegas.

Considering all the recent major earthquakes (and tsunamis) in American Samoa, Indonesia and Peru, are these related to each other? National Public Radio's Morning Edition ask that question this morning, interviewing scientists: