Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
On December 26, 2004, the world watched in horror as Thailand was devastated by one of the most deadly tsunamis in recorded history. But what was the exact cause of this historical catastrophe? Nearly one year after the fact, the world's top scientists come together and attempt to predict where the next major tsunami may strike, and discuss how to prevent it. As divers descend to the depths of the Indian Ocean to examine a critical seabed that is larger than the Alps mountain range, and suspected to have been a crucial component in creating Asian tsunamis, viewers are offered critical insight into the ways we may be able to prevent a tragedy of such scale from unfolding in the future.