Taylor Swift's "Eras" tour concerts in Seattle caused a seismic event dubbed the "Swift Quake" by geology experts.

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By Dipak Jaiswal             29 July 2023

During two concerts at Lumen Field, Swift and her fans generated enough movement and noise to rock the ground for four hours.

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Geology professor Jackie Caplan-Auerbach confirmed that the "Swift Quake" was stronger and longer-lasting than the previous "Beast Quake" caused by an NFL game in 2011.

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The ground shook twice as much during Swift's concerts compared to the original "Beast Quake."

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Despite the seismic activity, there was no actual earthquake and no harmful impact on the Earth.

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Swift's performances piqued the eye of both pop and specialist fans because to their unstable energy.

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The stadium's seismometer recorded the ground movements, drawing attention to the unique occurrence.

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The stadium seismometer recorded ground movements and alerted personnel of an abnormal event.

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Seattle Swifties' devotion to Taylor Swift soared to new heights, resulting in a famous "Swift Quake" in music history.

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