No. Anyone who says they can is a total charlatan. Forecasting (years->decades) is getting better, but still not successful on short timescales (i.e. days to months)
No. Anyone who says so is a paranoid conspiracy theorist. It is in no one's interest to hide this data and scientists aren't the best at keeping secrets.
No. Hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") process is not the only way of getting hydrocarbons out of the ground. Most large oil/gas reservoirs have their own natural flow do not require injecting fluid to "stimulate"
Some very smart people I know struggle with this.
No. Decades of scientific study have shown that induced earthquakes can also result from coal mining, impounding water in reservoirs, wastewater disposal, geothermal energy extraction, construction etc
Earth's crust floats on a layer of molten magma.
No. Earth's Mantle layer is very solid, and may incredibly slowly over very long timescales (e.g. millions of yrs) - think old stained-glass windows in churches. Mushy rock (magma) only sits beneath volcanic areas
Any fellow scientists want to add some more misconceptions that you frequency encounter to the list?