Another more comprehensive analysis of virtually all the large earthquakes in 2014 was undertaken. This also included the Great Anchorage earthquakes, The 9.1 in Chile, the Great Tsunami quake in 2004 and the Kamchatka 8.3, which was the largest quake in 2013 for comparison. There were ninety four earthquakes in total, 64 occurred when the closest aspect to the actual angle was applying and 30 after the aspect occurred. This is 234 , or 17.2 billion to one odds against chance. The distribution show that the main peak is between 5 and 10 arcminutes before the aspect actually occurs. (See graph 10.)