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(From The Journal)
NEW Zealand's powerful earthquake that smashed buildings, cracked roads and twisted railway lines around Christchurch ripped a new 11ft-wide fault line in the Earth's surface, a geologist said yesterday.
Canterbury University geology professor Mark Quigley said what "looks to us that it could be a new fault"had ripped across the globe and pushed some surface areas up. The …