I grew up in Indiana, knowing about the fault line that ran through the bottom of Indiana, and knowing that one day that fault was going to go.
Well, concern for that fault line is back.
In May, the Federal government ran an exercise, simulating the 7.7 earthquake that happened in 1811. They estimated 100,000 deaths and more than 7 million displaced from their homes – and many more without power, water, etc.
Here’s an excerpt from an article in Wired: