Scientist warns of a mega earthquake that will split two continents and kill over 40 million people
The number of natural calamities has seen a rise in the recent past. With earthquakes visiting various parts of the world often, our generation has also been witness to tsunami, cyclones, and floods that have caused huge losses. While we were trying to get over all these situations gradually, a scientist named Dr. Mehran Keshe has predicted that a mega earthquake will strike us soon, killing over 40 million (4 crores) people.
1Who Is Dr.Keshe
Dr.MehranKeshe is an Iran born nuclear scientist who studied nuclear engineering at the University of London. He runs a foundation called Keshe Foundation, which is a non-profit organization based in Netherlands, having a permanent base in Belgium.
He released a video in September this year predicting a mega earthquake awaiting us. Dr.Keshe adds that this earthquake is imminent and will happen anytime soon, between now and next autumn.
What does Dr.Keshe say about the mega earthquake?
If words of Dr. Keshe are to be believed, North and South America will “split” followed by mega-tsunamis that will hit America and Asia, killing 40 million people. He adds that a mega earthquake will strike soon that will leave up to 20 million people dead on the west coast of North and South America.
Dr. Keshe says, “The South American continent is the starting point of the weakness. There will be earthquakes of a magnitude of 10 to 16 and in one location it may go 20 to 24.”
Which places will be the worst affected?
According to the nuclear scientist, North China is likely to witness a series of earthquakes in the following months. He states that Mexico and Mexican Gulf will perish, giving rise to powerful tsunamis. He goes on to add that Japan and China will bear the same losses as they had seen earlier and the Caribbean will also bear the brunt of this natural disaster.
The Scientist says that there are expectations of huge earthquakes. He furthers added that the west coast of USA has seen an increase in the number of earthquakes.
The odds are that California has 99% chances of witnessing an earthquake of magnitude 6.5 or higher in the coming 30 years.