I hope you've done some research which has showed you that gamma rays do not cause earthquakes. I have no doubt that gravitational waves which often accompany gamma rays in space can sometimes trigger earthquakes, but gamma rays have not been proven to cause any disturbance on earth except to distort the atmosphere. To say that the gamma rays cause the 2004 earthquake which triggered the tsunami is a little unsupportive as the rays arrived at Earth almost 45 hours AFTER the earthquake hit.
Lots of people assume that there are conspiracies of gov'ts using gamma rays to trigger earthquakes; I didn't accuse you of shouting conspiracy, I was simply saying because you were attempting to research that there are no conspiracies in order to keep you from believing that when you read about them.
While I do believe that gravitational waves are possibly partly responsible for triggering some earthquakes, I don't believe they cause them. There has to be a possibility of an earthquake to exist in the first place, like a tectonic environment under stress. I have seen nothing to say that said gravitational waves cause earthquakes on the tectonically dormant moon.
Not really interesting. Those areas are very active and if you go back and look at those region's activity for the last month you'll see that there's been a steady build-up. Probably not related and geologically not of any relevance. Large earthquakes on different sides of the world and different tectonic plates have occurred so close together before.Interesting how [these three quakes] today have all come so close together.
If you'd like to research something of interest in terms of geology, look up earthquake storms. The Turkish region is particularly 'interesting'.