posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 03:23 PM
reply to post by Phage
I understand perfectly, as I posted the image just for that reason, so that all of our friends and all of us that have been forgotten by wisdom could
have a "broader" idea of what happens when the moon is closer to earth, and in the process , introducing the "novelty" idea of the fractal universe,
an idea I´d much rather adhere over the current paradigm models.
Also I try to complement the ideas behind some alleged folklore, in this case the statement "People seem to alter their mood during a full moon" ,
with part of an explanation that may seem implausible to the ones that are disconnected and unwilling to try out some less beaten paths...
My dear friend P., thanks for clarifying it up, but read between the lines, my post wasn't to be taken literally, it was only meant as a bump for
further study, thus the linking of sources capable of broadening our current thought models with some non conventional content.
Cheers! I wonder how you change during a full moon? from super rational to chaotic prankster? JK!
BTW, I did read the articles I post so this may come as a surprise
What are the different types of Tides When the sun and moon are aligned, there are exceptionally strong gravitational forces, causing very high and
very low tides which are called spring tides, though they have nothing to do with the season. When the sun and moon are not aligned, the gravitational
forces cancel each other out, and the tides are not as dramatically high and low. These are called neap tides.
gravitational forces ALSO at work, again, if it can alter the planet in some way then, imagine what it can do to us...
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