Ok, so Earthquakes are not strictly a hobby, but earthquakes & seismology both interest me.
It's still a little ironic how much has been contributed to seismology by nuclear weapon research...
I think "Groundwater Extraction" "Fracking" "Dam" and "Climate Change" are all linked.
The 1871 English language edition of Jules Verne's "Journey to the centre of the Earth" may have predicted
the carbon tax...
"the farewell was put in the unexpected form of a heavy bill, in which everything was charged,
even to the very air we breathed". (source Project Gutenberg)
But with the unknown potential for increasing earthquakes, is carbon sequestration a good idea?