If you live in Kansas, the Japanese obsession withmight seem a bit insane. But we can guarantee they'll be of interest to anyone from California or other parts of the world where fault lines run free.
Usually, the gadgets we've seen claim to give some kind of GraGraph," however, seems more realistic: It supposedly indicates the Richter-scale strength of a temblor as it's occurring in real time, according to SCI FI Tech. That's something people might actually buy, as evidenced by the server-jamming traffic experienced by the U.S. Geological Survey every time the earth perceptibly moves.--and are therefore of dubious value. The unpronounceable "
The only thing we don't like about this $85 device is the "soothing electronic voice" that conveys the results. That would be too creepy, in a, under the circumstances.