This link can help you see Earth’s latest earthquakes as they are detected in real time:

“Latest Earthquakes” by USGS

These videos help you understand the destructive power of earthquakes:

Earthquakes 101 | National Geographic
From the video’s description: “Earthquakes can leave behind incredible devastation, while also creating some of the planet’s most magnificent formations. Learn about the geophysics behind earthquakes, how they are measured, and where the most powerful earthquake ever witnessed occurred.”
Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami, 2011
The World’s Deadliest Earthquakes 
From the video’s description: “When the earthquakes all hell breaks loose, they strike with lighting speed and a huge bulk of destruction. These forces baffle experts who are on a desperate mission to predict when the next big one will hit. The Earth’s titanic forces can rip apart the land, homes and people’s lives. This series exposes their killer characteristics and why they can be so devastating.”
World’s Largest Earthquake Test
Demonstrates one way that large structures are tested for earthquake survivability

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