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A global catastrophe may occur in Turkey according to the old scenario

In Turkey, new forecasts have recently appeared about future terrible earthquakes, which are expected in the heart of this country – Istanbul. Turkish geologist, professor, and one of the most famous experts on earthquakes Nasi Geryur reported the inevitability of a terrible earthquake with a magnitude of 9 – this is almost the maximum power of underground shocks on Earth. In his updated forecasts, he emphasized that an earthquake with a magnitude of more than 7 “will definitely” occur in the Sea of Marmara. And his words indicate that the consequences will be so serious that Turkey may completely lose its political and economic independence.

The gist of Guerur’s predictions, which were quoted by the “Internet Haber” publication, is as follows: “The northern branch of the North Anatolian fault produces an average of 7 and stronger earthquakes every 250 years. Today, the period of repetition has come. Science gives an unequivocal answer to the question, the earthquake in Marmurovo sea or not: this earthquake will happen,” the professor said.

At the same time, Mr. Geryur noted that an earthquake with a magnitude of 9 will also be felt in the European part of Istanbul. “I will list the earthquakes that occurred in the 20th century after the 1939 Erzincan earthquake: 1942, 1943, 1957, 1967, and two in 1999… These earthquakes start in Erzincan and reach the Marmara Sea,” he said, adding. After the 1999 earthquakes, “we sounded the alarm to prepare Istanbul for an earthquake.”

However, according to the Turkish geologist, practically nothing was done. And this is even though the Marmara Sea region, he says, is Turkey’s lifeblood and could spell disaster.

“If there is an earthquake in the Sea of Marmara, it is certain that the business and economic world of Istanbul will come to a halt. Neither the business nor the industrial sector is ready for an earthquake. When the economy of the Marmara Sea region stops, we will also collapse because we will lose our economic independence,” he warned. geologist.

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