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originally posted by: hombero
a reply to: TrueAmerican
Just because there was an earthquake at some arbitrary amount of time after some "supermoon" doesn't mean anything at all.
I thought this was about trying to see a correlation between things, not persude people.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Phage
Right now the Moon is directly over Columbia. It is true that, right now Columbia is experiencing maximum tidal expansion. So is Indonesia.
Meanwhile, two other places (Cape Verde is one of them, I think) are getting the maximum compaction. Which one should get the earthquake?
MEXICO CITY — Popocatépetl, the active volcano that rises some 40 miles southeast of the Mexican capital, exploded Monday night, sending a plume of ash and gas more than two miles into the inky sky and raining glowing rocks onto its slopes.
Or maybe it is just a coincidence.