Lead Stories' Trendolizer, a sort of social network seismograph, has detected tremors across the internet about fears that a huge earthquake is overdue for the Pacific Northwest of the United States. FEMA estimates it could kill 13,000 people, injured 27,000 and displace a million more.
"Our operating assumption is that everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast," says FEMA Region X Director Kenneth Murphy in an in-depth article published by The New Yorker.
Our Trendolizer, however, has it's ear to the ground and has identified the top 10 hottest stories about this. Scroll down to see the newest.