Since the continents split more than 250 million years ago, massive earthquakes have been ravaging the Earth and wreaking unimaginable devastation on it's inhabitants. The largest earthquake ever recorded occurred off the coast of Chile in 1960 and measured 9.5 on the Richter scale. However, new research now reveals how even larger quakes, registering close to 10.0, just might be possible. Through interviews with renowned earthquake experts and cutting-edge scientific experiments, this feature-length special offers compelling evidence to suggest that billions of people could be in immediate danger from the next 'big one' and explains how a real 10.0 earthquake might actually happen on U.S. soil-in a place you might not expect. Is the world prepared to handle the threat of an earthquake with such overwhelming power? Explore the answer to this and many other crucial questions in Megaquake 10.0.