Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets made the prediction on Twitter three days prior to the devastating earthquakes. That occurred in Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon. Additionally, he calculated the earthquake activity in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India. Frank Hoogerbeets can be seen predicting a significant earthquake that will begin in Afghanistan in a video.
The Dutch researcher claims that after passing across Pakistan and India. The seismic activity would eventually come to a conclusion in the Indian Ocean. Because not all large earthquakes can be detected by air variations, he argues that these estimates are speculative.
There is no relation between the fault lines in Turkey and Pakistan, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD). The same has rejected the earthquake predictions for Pakistan.
The Turkey Earthquake prediction:
According to experts, the earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria on Monday is thought to have killed close to 4,900 people. It further injured tens of thousands more. At least 3,381 people had died in Turkey as of Tuesday morning at 9:45 a.m. local time. Said Orhan Tatar, a representative of the nation’s disaster management department.
According to reports, the earthquake on February 3, 2023, was predicted by Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets of the Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGS), based in the Netherlands.
Prediction for India:
The researcher from the Netherlands said in the video that “these areas could be the next candidate for larger seismic activity if we look at the atmospheric fluctuations, but again, keep in mind that these are rough estimates and not all large earthquakes leave a footprint in the atmosphere; they do not always announce themselves.” Because not all large earthquakes can be detected by air variations, he argues that these projections are tentative.
SSGS describes itself as a research organization on Twitter that monitors the celestial body geometry connected to seismic activity.
Some internet users have voiced their dissatisfaction of the predictions, saying they are false.
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