A shocking surprise... An expert predicted the earthquake in Turkey with its details a few days ago


On Monday, social media pioneers circulated a controversial tweet by a Dutch researcher who had predicted a few days before the earthquake in Turkey and mentioned the countries that would be affected by the earthquake.

In a tweet posted on Twitter, the Dutch researcher and earthquake expert Frank Hogerbets correctly predicted the earthquake that struck Turkey three days prior to it actually happening and named the nations that will be impacted.

Hugerpets predicted that the area would experience an earthquake on February 3, which was three days ago (south-central Turkey, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon).

An expert predicted the earthquake in Turkey with its details a few days ago
An expert predicted the earthquake in Turkey with its details a few days ago

The terrible 7.8-magnitude earthquake that devastated southern Turkey and was felt by citizens of neighboring nations including Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, and Egypt has not yet been fully assessed in terms of its actual material and human costs.

Since the August 17, 1999 earthquake that killed 17,000 people, including 1,000 in Istanbul, this tremor is the biggest to hit Turkey.

Information regarding the Kahramanmaraş earthquake

  • A 7.9-magnitude earthquake that struck southern Turkey early on Monday caused houses to collapse and forced residents to take to the snow-covered streets. It was also felt in Cyprus, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt.

  • According to the German Center for Geosciences Research, the earthquake took place close to Kahramanmaraş at a depth of 10 kilometers.

  • 350 kilometers to the east, in Diyarbakir, a Reuters witness reported that the earthquake lasted around a minute and broke windows.

  • Earthquakes in Turkey

  • Turkey is situated in a region with some of the highest seismic activity in the world.

  • According to Turkish ambulance services, a 6.1-magnitude earthquake that struck northwest Turkey in late November hurt roughly fifty people but only did little damage.

  • A 6.7-magnitude earthquake that struck the Elazig region in January 2020 also resulted in the deaths of around 40 persons.

  • A 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck the Aegean Sea in October of that same year killed 114 people and injured over a thousand more.

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