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Foo Fighters rock so hard in New Zealand, geologists think it’s an earthquake

Rock bands like to talk big about how they’re going to rock so hard, the earth’s going to split and all Hell’s going to break out, but at a recent show in New Zealand, the Foo Fighters, Tenacious D and thousands of fans rocked so hard it set off earthquake detectors.

Tenacious D opened for the Foo Fighters, which is when the first signal of the tremors were recorded, but when the Foo Fighters took over the stage is when the biggest ones took hold. The recordings show that the ground was shaking with a peak oscillation of 3 Hz — three times per second in a rhythmic motion.

GeoNet blog reports that this isn’t the first time the Auckland station has picked up signals from a human origin, citing the Rugby World Cup Finals.

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