Dutch Scientist predicts major earthquake in Pakistan’s Balochistan
A Dutch scientist has predicted a major earthquake in Pakistan’s Balochistan province within the next 48 hours.
Balochistan: A Dutch scientist has issued a prediction that is causing concern in Pakistan. The Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS) has forecasted a major earthquake in Pakistan’s Balochistan province within the next 48 hours. Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets made this prediction, citing a significant surge in electrical activity along the region’s fault lines.
Hoogerbeets is known for his accurate earthquake predictions. He correctly forecasted earthquakes in Turkey, Syria, and even India’s capital, Delhi.
However, it is essential to note that earthquake forecasting is a complex field, and predictions are not always accurate.
Planetary geometry is difficult to interpret with four conjunctions spread out over the next 10 days. As far as I can tell, 1-3 October will be more critical. https://t.co/Cao2VExGNB
— Frank Hoogerbeets (@hogrbe) September 29, 2023
The latest warning has led to fear and anxiety among the people of Pakistan. They are worried about the safety of their families and homes. Despite the concern, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PWD) has not officially responded to the scientist’s prediction, leaving people uncertain about what to expect.
Balochistan is known for its vulnerability to earthquakes, as it is located in a seismically active region. Earthquakes are not uncommon in this area, and safety measures and preparedness are crucial for residents.