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Researcher who predicted Turkiye earthquake also said quake could hit Pakistan

Frank Hoogerbeets, a Dutch researcher at SSGEOS, the research institute for seismic activity, anticipated the Turkiye earthquake would also strike Pakistan and India.

“Sooner or later, there will be an M 7.5 #earthquake in this region,” the researcher located in Holland predicted three days before the earthquake that struck Turkiye, Syria, and Jordan (South-Central Turkey, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon).

Surprisingly, the same region was struck by an earthquake with roughly the same magnitude and timing as expected. The tweet quickly went viral. He anticipated that a large earthquake would jolt Pakistan and India, but that it was most likely in Turkey and Syria.

According to seismic scientists in the United States and Europe, an earthquake may be predicted only a few minutes before it occurs. People from all walks of life have begun contacting Frank Hoogerbeets in response to his tweet.

The seismic scientists are taken aback by such a precise prognosis. On his Twitter account, people are asking him about the earthquake.

Previously, most specialists had dismissed earthquake predictions based on planet movement. However, the researcher’s post jolted the world into considering the impact of the moon and planet movement.

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