UAE earthquake rumour denied

Tremor between April 25 and 30 is false, says National Centre of Metrology and Seismology

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Abu Dhabi: The National Centre of Metrology and Seismology has denying rumours being circulated among people that an earthquake will be occurring in the area between April 25 and 30.

The rumour claimed that this report comes from US Geological Survey. The centre said that the information is false because earthquakes can never be predicted.

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  • siju markose

    Apr 19, 2013 1:14

    Actually earthquake aftershocks can be predicted.

  • Asghar

    Apr 19, 2013 11:56

    UAE usually receives aftershocks from quakes in Iran and no seismicactivity occurs in the region itself. Then how come US can not predictanything for Iran and can do it for UAE? There was another quake in Iranon thursday and still it wasn't predicted. Whats the need of spreadingfalls rumors just to create panic? I strongly believe that US geologicalsurvey should come in picture and justify their statement otherwisetheir credibility will be questioned..

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Actually earthquake aftershocks can be predicted.

siju markose

19 April 2013 13:52jump to comments