"My" information is from USGS:
USGS statistically analyzed the recent earthquake rate changes and found that they do not seem to be due to
typical, random fluctuations in natural seismicity rates. Significant changes in both the background rate of
events and earthquake triggers needed to have occurred in order to explain the increases in seismicity, which is
not typically observed when modeling natural earthquakes.
The analysis suggests that a likely contributing factor to the increase in earthquakes is triggering by wastewater
injected into deep geologic formations.
I politely suggest that you need to learn not to shoot the messenger, and when discussing any science topic, try to keep an open mind.
It could be said for some of the smaller 'quakes' (if you could even call them that) as yes, you can cause a very small quake quite easily as I've showed you above in the west coast graphs. Again, I still think it is people overreacting and suggest it is also related to normal seismic activity.
I bet if Geonet didn't have so much filtering on the West Coast you'll actually see the same effect going on.