t turned out that a member of the Academy of Sciences, geologist Naci Görür, warned about the 7.7-magnitude earthquake that occurred in Kahramanmaraş 3 days ago.
One of the important scientists in the field of earthquake research in Turkey, Prof. Dr. Naci Görür shared on his tweeter account on February 3, “There was a 4.2 earthquake in Yarbaşı-Düziçi/Osmaniye. The earthquake is in the East Anatolian Fault Zone. We are concerned about the Çelikhan-Erkenek-Maraş section of this zone. The 2020 Elazig earthquake loaded this section from the NE end. This earthquake also forced it from the SW end, albeit small. The last earthquake at this end was the 1998 Adana Earthquake.”
prof. Dr. In the post he shared after the earthquake, Naci Görür said, “Friends, I am very sorry, but there was an earthquake of 7.5 magnitude in the Pazarcık region of Maraş. A very big earthquake, I hope our casualties will be low. It’s over. No one even reacted to what you were saying,” he said.
The Dutch researcher also warned two days ago
Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets, one of the researchers of the Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS), a research institute that monitors the geometry between celestial bodies in connection with seismic activities, shared his predictions that a severe earthquake may occur, which caused hundreds of deaths and injured thousands, on SSGEOS’ YouTube channel two days ago.
Hoogerbeets shared this forecast on his Twitter account on February 3, showing the epicenter of Hatay, and predicted that there would be an earthquake of approximately 7.5 magnitude in this region. “Sooner or later there will be an earthquake of ~M 7.5 in this region (South-Central Turkey, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon),” Hoogerbeets wrote in his message. he wrote.