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But on January 4, the moon was near full and at its closest distance to the Earth in 1,400 years. A day earlier, Earth was at perihelion, its closest distance to the sun all year. The alignment of Earth, sun and moon created an exceptionally strong "spring tide" which could have refloated icebergs grounded on the northwestern Atlantic coast, the researchers said.
Originally posted by WanderingThe3rd
ahahahahahahhahah i dont find it funny that the titanic crashed
i find it funny that the launched it right on time with such an alignment..... ritual purposes?
i mean, comon, how long did that thing take to build, just to be launched when the sun and the moon are at the closest points to earth, HRMMM