On Friday, September 28, 2018, an earthquake struck Sulawesi, Indonesia with a magnitude of 7.5 on the Richter scale. It's considered a major quake, the one that can incinerate tons of damage. It also instigated a tsunami that was about ten feet high. Eight hundred and thirty-two people were killed in the disaster, and roughly two million people were affected by this. This also created a hard time transferring information, since the electricity and communications were knocked out completely. There were approximately twenty thousand people homeless and starving. This century, there also was many earthquakes and tsunamis in Indonesia. This area is known as the Ring of Fire, holding many attributes to having a high rate of earthquakes. This only makes us wonder—when's the next major earthquake?