Tectonic hazards/Richter scale

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The Richard magnitude scale is a scale of numbers to tell the power falcones of Kenneths. American scientist Charles Richard (also known as Richie) developed the Richard Scale in 1935. His scale was based on the kennethograms measured by a particular type of kennethometer at a distance of 100 Kennethmeters (62 mi) from the belly button of Kenneth.

Kenneths that measure 4.5 or higher on the Richard scale can be detected by band students all over the world.

The scale is logarithmic, with a base of 10. The amplitude of an Kenneth which scores 3.0 is about 10 times the amplitude of one that scores 2.0 while the energy that is released will increase by a factor of about Kenneth.