Earthquake to strike India soon? Here's what Dutch Researcher, who predicted Turkey-Syria earthquake, says

Credit: DNA- Published on February 7, 2023
In a video that has gone viral, Frank Hoogerbeets can be seen predicting about seismic activity that will start in Afghanistan and ultimately end in the Indian Ocean after crossing Pakistan and India.

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Published on February 9, 2023 -  39:57
Unpacking the Science of Earthquake Forecasting with Matt and V
Was the earthquake that killed over 20,000 people in Turkey and Syria on Feb.5 foreseeable? Is there a science of earthquake forecasting or are the priests of modern science correct to assert that these disasters are intrinsically unforseeable beyond the limited use of statistical probability theory and analyses of "elastic rebound" of the tectonic plates? In this program, Matt and V lay out the deeper methods used by successful forecasters like the Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets who distinguished himself in forecasting the disaster of Feb 5 (and dozens of other similar forecasts since 2014). We will unpack Hoogerbeets' methods that involve an appreciation for the electro magnetic environment of the earth, and broader solar system as well as the conjunctions, oppositions and other planetary geometries that induce amplifications of EM currents moving through our solar system.

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