Karachi: A prediction has been made regarding a powerful earthquake in Pakistan within the next 48 hours, and the intensity of the earthquake could be significant.
According to details, a Dutch scientist has predicted an earthquake in Pakistan following Turkey, with the Chaman Fault Line identified as the region at extreme risk by the Earthquake Sensor Research Institute Solar System Geometry Survey.
Media reports indicate that the Earthquake Sensor Research Institute has provided information about an increase in electrical charge in space near the seafloor, which may lead to a powerful earthquake in various regions, including the Balochistan province of Pakistan, in the coming days.
It was mentioned that in Balochistan, rapid tremors have been recorded in the underground Chaman Fault Line, and a significant earthquake could occur in this region within the next few days, with the potential for high intensity.
It should be noted that Frank Hoogerbeets, a researcher with connections to the Netherlands, had announced on February 3rd that a magnitude 5.5 earthquake would soon strike southern-central Turkey, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon, and this earthquake prediction was confirmed just three days later. On February 6th, a severe earthquake struck Turkey and Syria, resulting in thousands of casualties and injuries.
It is evident that the recent large-scale destruction caused by earthquakes in Turkey and Syria has provided scientific insights into the causes of widespread devastation. However, experts are still studying the intensity of earthquakes and the factors leading to large-scale destruction following these recent earthquakes worldwide.