What do you think about the Eclipse-Earthquake connection theory?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Wikinaut/Moon-Earthquake-Theory This theory states that they happen on days of the full moon or new moon. That is also when Eclipses happen, on Full Moons(Lunar Eclipse) or New Moons(Solar Eclipse). There happens to also be a greater incidence of large earthquakes along the path... show more http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Wikina...
This theory states that they happen on days of the full moon or new moon. That is also when Eclipses happen, on Full Moons(Lunar Eclipse) or New Moons(Solar Eclipse). There happens to also be a greater incidence of large earthquakes along the path of totality in a Total Solar Eclipse.
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Update: The hypothesis is based on the increased gravitational effect of the moon on the full and new moons. Also, during the eclipse, it causes a gravitational anomaly in the shadow cone(path of totality) of the moon because the Earth, Moon, and Sun are all in a strait line.
Update 2: If you don't support the hypothesis, please state a technical reason.
Update 3: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17...
Eclipses cause a gravitational anomaly which was first suggested by Einstein. Yesterday, scientists got a chance to test this theory.
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