Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Megaquake 10.0 Documentary - Episode 2


Megaquake 10.0 Documentary - Episode 2
https://youtu.be/-6qYrwLYNy8 (48:53 minutes YouTube Video)
This was the continuation of "Megaquake 10.0 Documentary - Episode 1" where scientists, with the help of it's equipment, are eager to learn where the next Megaquake will occur.

Episode 1
Megaquake 10.0 Documentary - Episode 1
https://youtu.be/F4TSoo7qR20 (49:01 minutes YouTube Video)
Published on Dec 16, 2014
An earthquake (also referred to as a quake, tremor or temblor) is that the results of a sudden unleash of energy within the layer that makes seismal waves. The seismicity, seismism or seismal activity of a region refers to the frequency, kind and size of earthquakes practiced over a amount of your time. however what's megaquake? Megaquake may be a powerful earthquake reaching beyond 7.0 magnitude. Now, Scientists provide insight into how and wherever a 10.0 megaquake might strike. This two-hour History Channel Special explores one in all the foremost deadly and puzzling mysteries that surrounds planet earth: huge megaquakes.

This was an original documentary by the History Channel, in 2011.

American and Canadian scientists are warning that a massive super-thrust earthquake is overdue to strike the province. Many believe the West Coast of North America is a seismic mirror images of Japan. Predicting earthquakes is a difficult proposition in the best of times, but the west coast of North America is particularly challenging with the extensive network of fault lines that spread like a matrix all across the west coast of North American. Thousands of those faults are identified and mapped; thousands more have not been identified or mapped.