Dutch Scientist Forecasts Strong Earthquake in Pakistan in the Coming 48 Hours:
The recent earthquake prediction by the Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS) in the Netherlands has raised concerns about a potential earthquake in Pakistan. A Dutch scientist associated with SSGEOS, known for forecasting earthquakes, has pointed to an increase in electrical activity along the Chaman fault lines in Pakistan, suggesting the possibility of a significant earthquake in the next 48 hours.
The report highlights changes in electric charge in the atmosphere near sea level, particularly around Pakistan and Afghanistan, indicating the potential for strong tremors. However, it’s crucial to note that predicting the exact location of an earthquake remains challenging, and these identified areas are approximations.
Pakistan has a significant fault line called the Chaman fault system, known for major earthquakes in the past. The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has not officially responded to these earthquake predictions, and the PMD has historically dismissed such claims, emphasizing the lack of scientific precision in earthquake predictions. It’s essential for residents to stay informed through official channels and adhere to recommended safety measures in earthquake-prone regions.