The director of GeoHazards, Veronica Cedillos, and Gerardo Suarez, a geophysical engineer with the National University of Mexico, join us to debunk 13 myths about earthquakes and earthquake safety. They tell us why a doorway isn’t actually the safest place to take cover, how the “Triangle of Life” could actually put you in more danger, why there’s no such thing as earthquake weather. Will California really fall into the ocean? Can the Earth actually open up and swallow entire buildings? We get down to the bottom of these myths and more on this episode of Debunked.