Why earth quakes on date 26.
• Cambridge, England
26 Dec 15
This is absolutely not true (and has nothing to do with the number 8 being considered 'unlucky'). Over the last 200 years, every date (except 31st, which only occurs 7 times a year) has had a more or less equal share, as is proved by the answer given to the same question posed here:
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28 Dec 15
@Manojlamba ..oh...I am not supposed to look at the previous Earthquakes ..only the last few? I get it...did you know that the Koyna earthquake 6.5 on Richter scale was actually on December 11. 1967? The Latur earthquake was on September 30, 1993, which we felt in Hyderabad. And the second earthquake in Hindukush was not on December 26. It was on December 24th as far as I can recall. :) And since you are so keen to find a pattern, I might add that there are small earthquakes in Western ghats quite regularly, and according to some study a 6.5 should be expected in not so distant future.