Affirm BMKG Earthquake Predicted Difficult

The news of the departure of worms from the ground in a weak condition, disturbing the public Bantul, Yogyakarta. Moreover, the emergence of the worm was linked to the issue of the coming earthquake.

Kasi Observation Geophysics Station Meteorology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) Yogyakarta Bambang Subagyo said there was no link between the release of worms from the ground by the occurrence of earthquakes. Earthquake insurance california

Affirm BMKG Earthquake Predicted Difficult“Actually there is no direct connection (between the worm with the earthquake). The earthquake was hard to predict,” said Bambang Subagyo.

He explained that the animals move out, due to the influence of weather. “Possibly because of the heat. A few days earlier, about 27 to May 31 some point in Bantul not rain, such as in Pleret, Bantul, and Imogiri. Only then 1st (June) rains,” he said.

He added, the earthquake is different from the others. If the mountain will experience eruption, around the mountain there will be changes in the air temperature and the animals are usually going down.

“But if the quake, has not been proven the initial symptoms of worms out of the ground. Unlike when the Merapi eruption, for example, there are animals around it down, because the temperature change,” he said.

He also requested, so that the news about the worm phenomenon addressed wisely.

“No need to be excessive, then linked. Earthquakes can not be predicted, when and mananya. Even if later an earthquake, it is worth the time,” he said.

According to him, the earthquake is still threatening the Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY). Because, in the Indian Ocean between Australia there is a slab with Java.

Reported earlier, a message appears in Yogyakarta chain circulating through various social media related catastrophe will occur in the near future. The message contains a natural phenomenon related to the release of earthworms in a weak condition.

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