Can We Predict Earthquakes?

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Currently, scientists cannot predict earthquakes but can predict where it is most likely to occur or hit. The probability of future earthquakes can be however calculated based on scientific data.
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Scientists cannot predict the exact occurrence of an individual earthquake, however they can estimate the probability of a major future earthquake.
There is no way that we can predict an earthquake. But, scientist can inform the public about the magnitude of an earthquake by using the Richter scale.
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