The Hanford tunnel collapse post comment thread got hopelessly confused with other disasters like commenting in comic sans, so here’s another thread where you can leave your questions and panicked comments.
Spoiler: No. Even nuclear blasts are trivial in comparison to the energy of natural processes.
The article looks at previous nuclear testing experience, including the most likely to cause an earthquake:
the largest underground thermonuclear tests conducted by the US were detonated in Amchitka at the western end of the Aleutian Islands and the largest of these was the 5 megaton codename Cannikin test which occurred on November 6, 1971. Cannikin had a body wave magnitude of 6.9 and it did not trigger any earthquakes in the seismically active Aleutian Islands.
And open thread, but please do not comment in comic sans for the sanity of other commenters.