'Soon the earthquake-prediction device on the market', Israeli Ambassador to Tirana says

'Soon the earthquake-prediction device on the market', Israeli Ambassador to Tirana says
 
 Albania has been hit by two powerful earthquakes within two months: the one on September 21 with material damage and the fatal one of November 26 earthquake that got the lives of 52 people, injured over 900 and left thousands of citizens without shelter, mostly in Durres and Thumana. Now the question that everyone is worried about is: Can we again be endangered by earthquakes?

Seismologists have often stated that earthquakes cannot be predicted, but now there is good news from Israel: Within a year will bee ready the device that is expected to signal the earthquakes from 8 to 12 hours before it hits. Israeli ambassador to Tirana Noah Gal Gendler has officially confirmed this in an exclusive interview to Abc News.

He explains that Israel has two earthquake warning systems, both operational, one in the Syrian-African rift that runs from Syria to Africa to Malawi, about 500 kilometers to Israel and the train alarm system used for adjusting the train speed to prevent damage before the earthquake occurs. But what has made the most noise is Israeli company Ionoterra with the creation of a system that predicts the earthquake 8 to 12 hours before it happens. The ambassador says this is not a rumor and will be on the market within a year while it has been successfully tested.

“Those who think differently, outside the paradigm. Instead of trying to identify earthquakes through seismic movements and if it does this, it loses 90 percent of the movement noises due to the nature of seismic identifications. So they try to use it through the ionosphere, which is the atmospheric level from 60 kilometers upwards, from 60 to a thousand kilometers. What they do is they put sensors and radars in places that are very sensitive to earthquakes and receive constantly signals and can see whenever there is a change. And the change is a red alert for you. Its success is 91 percent. They tested the system in Greece, Turkey, Romania, but of course, the technology is not 100 percent achieved. It will take weeks, months to evaluate it in a position where you can use it anywhere," Noah Gal Gendler told Abc News.

The ambassador also said the system is not very expensive because can be used sensors and radars. The sensors can be deployed even every 2-3 kilometers, even in small boats, to cover the marine area.
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