Scientists offer insight into how and where a 10.0 megaquake could strike. This two-hour History special explores one of the most deadly and perplexing mysteries that surrounds planet earth... See full summary »

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Scientists offer insight into how and where a 10.0 megaquake could strike. This two-hour History special explores one of the most deadly and perplexing mysteries that surrounds planet earth: huge megaquakes. The largest quake ever recorded was a 9.5 earthquake off of Chile in 1960, but new research shows how even larger quakes close to 10.0 just might be possible. Through interviews with top earthquake experts and cutting edge scientific experiments, the special reveals that over 3 billion people on earth are in immediate danger from the next big one and how a real 10.0 might actually happen on US soil--in places you might not expect. Written by MPPI

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12 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Simply unwatchable
23 August 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

There are good documentaries and awful ones. The latter in this case. The giggling, out of focus camera; the extreme quick cutting and weird shots of colours make it practically unwatchable. When you talk of jerks making movies or documentaries, this is it. Too bad because in the few minutes I suffered through it, I learn some interesting facts, like how many quarters you would have to pile up to represent the energy spent by a magnitude 10 earthquake. One positive thing, the off screen lecturer could be heard well. Too often, those guys get lost in the ''sound environment' of a documentary. Fortunately in these cases, I know they will eventually be translated into French and they'll do away with that noisy crap. In the case of Megaquake 10, unfortunately, any translation won't work. Do the producers watch the results when they are finished filming? Do they care if people watch them or not? Or are they just painfully stupid?


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