Regarding what you wrote: “On May 23rd, I noticed that there were several large earthquakes, all between 4.2-5.6 on the Richter scale and all at exactly 10K in depth… all in a straight line (same latitude) around the planet from Indonesia to Venezuela to Panama to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge… There would be more such quakes that day, about 23 in total, all around the globe, all within those dimensions and at that same 10K depth, yet most of the rest were no longer in that tight ring around the planet that had occurred within a couple hours of each other.” It would be helpful if a source could be provided for this. Also it is unclear why you limited the earthquakes to between 4.2-5.6 on the Richter scale which seems arbitrary. The other thing is why you focused on May 23, which seemingly has no connection to anything (other than perhaps the number of earthquakes you cited, “about 23 in total”). This also seems odd because you started the blog post by discussing Lag B’Omer on May 3, not on May 23. Is there some mistake here? Anyway, when I searched I found different data reported. For example, see https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/earthquake/news/69063/Earthquake-report-world-wide-for-Wednesday-23-May-2018.html where there is also a world map showing earthquakes above magnitude 3 during the 24 hours on 23 May 2018, and in summary it says there were 39 quakes M3+, 10 quakes M4+, 4 quakes M5+ (53 total). The data for May 3, 2018 also did not match, as the same website reports for that day there were 31 quakes M3+, 21 quakes M4+, 2 quakes M5+ (54 total). Please explain as this is an interesting subject.