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Megaquake 10.0 (2011)

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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... 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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Interesting but almost unwatchable
23 October 2011 | by (Bremerton, Washington) – See all my reviews

I don't understand the current fascination with shaky, unfocused, extreme zoom photography. I want to watch the show, so show it to me. Don't subject me to an epileptic seizure inducing series of flashes. This seems to be the current trend in documentaries. What ever happened to cinematography? Is it really so difficult to hold the camera still? UFO Hunters, Monster Quest, and now this show all make heavy use of these techniques. Someone seems to enjoy visual whiplash, but it isn't me. It's a real shame too, because I find the subject matter interesting, but until they decide to film it so that normal people can bear to watch it, I will have to refrain.


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