Monday, June 13, 2016

Megaquake 10.0 Documentary - Episode 1

Episode 1 Documentary originally on History Channel.
Megaquake 10.0 Documentary - Episode 1 (49:01 minutes YouTube Video)

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