Wow, I'm not blogging on each and every one of these M8+'s rattling around the Pacific. They really are nothing for most of the area, except California. Most likely this cluster doesn't mean anything, since it is natural for random events to present clusters. It is very unlikely that these events would be spread exactly evenly.
This latest one in the Gulf of California could be interesting, since this is near the southern tip of the San Andreas and could start a new March of Earthquakes up the line. Not a great chance.
Update: Another M3.1 earthquake in Oklahoma. Who cares?