2.1 See the following plan view of the earth and the Tohoku earthquake data:
2.6 Direction of propagation of rupture aims straight at the Center of gravity of the dams of the world.
3.0 The magnitude of Tohoku earthquake has been revised to 9.1 by USGS on 11-07-2016. The Shock input Temperature Rise will then be even more than what has been computed for 9 MM quake.
4.0 The study of the Andaman Sumatra 9.1 MM magnitude earthquake similarly reveals the world’s dams as the cause:
5.0 See also the 2018 significant earthquakes:
M 7.6 - 44km E of Great Swan Island, Honduras
my analysis using dam dynamics.location of center of gravity of the world's dams : 23.99,97.2.
Hypocenter: 17.469, -83.52,10 km. For direction of rupture progression see map for a first view.
See the water moment arm drawn on the map passing through the Center of gravity of the world's dams and the Honduras earthquake extended on the sides of the center of gravity and the Honduras quake:
The water moment arm on a plot of rectangular coordinates with longitude on y axis and latitude on x axis provides an insight in to the rupture progression of the Honduras major quake:
When you study scientifically how earthquakes are caused by dams of the world and look up and study Figure2Ch2 above you see how ruptures are being inflicted on the earth by the dams of the world. See Ref 7 below.
The water moment arm from the center of gravity of the world's dams to the north Honduras earthquake hypocenter is the plunge line: plunge 3.27 degrees, azimuth of plunge 179.61 degrees. It is a normal fault with dip 86.73 degrees, rake 90 degrees. Strike 89.61 degrees.
The star diagram provides an idea of dam dynamics controlling the location and magnitude of earthquakes.
See the KML rendering of the 7.6 MM quake Honduras 10.1.18:
7. R. Ashok Kumar. 2015. Predicting Earthquakes.The science of dams causing earthquakes and climate change at