TBD on Ning

"It's a bird! It's a plane! No … It's the supermoon!  About once a year, when the moon is at its most full and closest position relative to the Earth, it becomes the supermoon. Supermoons have been blamed for everything from madness to flooding, but is it fair to find fault with Earth's closest cosmic neighbor?"  To read the rest of the article, go to:  http://www.space.com/21669-supermoon-full-moon-surprising-facts.htm...

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I missed it last night. It's a little cloudy here in my part of Texas, but I will try to catch it tonight. It won't be as spectacular as last night.

My ex-wife used to work night shift in the emergency room of our local hospital.  She bought into the theory that the worst night of any month was at the full moon; more violence, crazies etc.  National statistics always fail to demonstrate any such effect but she and her coworkers always insisted that there experiences confirmed it.




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