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China made the world’s biggest claim till date in earthquake case, you will be surprised to know

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After the earthquake in China, scientists there have now made a big claim that will surprise the world. Let us tell you that 131 people had died in the recent earthquake in Chun. While dozens of people are injured. Chinese scientists claim they got a signal hours before the 6.2 magnitude earthquake that hit on Monday night, but they could not figure out in which area it would actually hit. This information was given in a report on Wednesday. At least 131 people have died and more than 700 have been injured in a 6.2-magnitude earthquake that hit China’s Gansu and Qinghai provinces.

This was the most powerful earthquake to hit China in the last nine years. Forecasting earthquakes seems to be an almost impossible task, but researchers in the Chinese province of Shanxi claim to have developed an unprecedented technique. Researchers claim that with the help of this technology they can successfully predict earthquakes of magnitude 7.0 or more. According to the report of ‘South China Morning Post’ newspaper, these scientists still have no way to predict where the earthquake will occur.

Base stated frequencies

According to the report, the team of researchers uses special equipment to monitor the Earth’s gravitational field at low frequencies and looks for abnormalities in gravity waves, which could be a warning sign that an earthquake is imminent. . According to this, researchers got the first idea on Friday morning that an earthquake was about to occur after receiving alert messages about ‘abnormal data readings’ from several sensors. After this the team started discussing where the earthquake could occur. “We needed to quickly predict the location where an earthquake might occur,” said Zhang Maosheng, a professor at Jianye Jiaotong University. (Language)

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