If you watch the video you can see some explanations that some earthquakes are induced by solar eclipses. Days after the solar eclipse earth quakes ocurred in regions which were hit by the shadow of the moon. In the video it is assumed that neutrinos coming from the sun are blocked by the mass of the moon. This cause an imbalance in earth core which build up and lead to earthquakes.
I also heard that the gravity is less after the earth quake. This lead to my theory how gravity can cause earthquakes.
Ok, so I just assume you all have watched Distinti's Video about the growing earth, just in case here is the link:
So here is my theory:
- If the moon is right between sun and earth an eclipse is happening and the gravity on earths surface is slightly less.
- The ether flow is less than before.
- Radioactive material is not getting enough ether to be stable and the fission processes are increasing.
- The material decays in lighter materials and their volume is expanding.
- The neutrons released during the fission process can start a chain reaction and destabilize more radioactive matter.
- The pressure under the crust is rising and earthquakes start while the expanded material is pressing in all directions
- After the earthquake the density of the material is lower and the gravity is just a little bit lower than before the earthquake.
My theory is very rough at the moment but it would be interesting what you think about it.