Man who 'predicted' second earthquake in Turkey, Syria is going viral; Netizens calling it pseudoscience

Man who predicted earthquake and aftershocks in Turkey and neighbouring regions is going viral on various social  media platform. Istanbul, Feb 06: Two powerful earthquakes of magnitude 7.8 and 7.6 hit Turkey and Syria on Monday, killing more than 1400

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