Why are earthquakes so hard to predict?
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Earthquakes are difficult to predict because of their unpredictable nature. The behavior and motion of the Earth’s plates are hard to predict, and even if a potential earthquake is detected, it is almost impossible to determine when it will occur or how severe it will be.
Additionally, most earthquake prediction methods rely on imperfect data, making predictions even more difficult.