Sunday, March 13, 2011
Super Moon the cause of recent natural disaster?
On March 19th, the moon will make it's closest pass by Earth in 20 years. This event is a breathtakingly beautiful show, and according to some astrologers, an ominous one as well. It is true that at least a handful of major natural catastrophes, including hurricane Katrina, have occurred on "super moon" nights. Given the recent destruction in Japan, it has some people worried about more impending doom. The good news is, the vast majority of scientist see any super moons dates coinciding with natural disasters as mere coincidence. It may, however, be a bad day to be on the moon, as there is a high likelihood of moon quakes. Let's hope they are right.
Posted by Lorren Rogers at 6:49 PM