If you want to see something really wild, take a look at this:
New Concepts in Global Tectonics Newsletter, no. 60, September, 2011
SUN, MOON AND EARTHQUAKES
Vinayak G. KOLVANKAR
Former scientist, BARC, Mumbai 400051, India
> "It was found that nearly 98% of the earthquakes for different regions, examined for the period 1973-2008, show a direct relationship between the Sun’s position and the earthquake-moon distance together with the Sun-Earth-Moon angle. As the time changes from 00-24 hours, the sum of the earthquake-moon distance and the Sun-Earth-Moon angle changes through 360 deg, and plotting these two variables for different earthquakes reveals a simple 45 deg straight-line relationship between them."
For the geometry inclined, that is a stunner. If somehow the guy is ending up just plotting X=X, that would be kind of embarrassing.