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I'm having some trouble rejecting E. If E weren't true, then it's possible that there are some fault lines that do not have earthquakes period. If that's the case, it looks like the author's argument is ruined as there are locations (near fault lines and in general) that are less likely to be hit by an earthquake. Please walk me through this.
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