March 11, 2011

While the mainstream media have been hyping the supposed influence of anthropogenic global warming in Japan’s 8.9 Earthquake, so-called experts are dismissing the possibility that the coming ‘Supermoon’ may have helped trigger the unfortunate and deadly disaster. This, despite the clear significance of both the Sun and Moon on Earth’s weather, as Piers Corbyn highlighted on the Alex Jones Show this morning. Sources had been predicting disaster prior to the event in Japan as the ‘Supermoon’ drew nearer. Whether or not the ‘Supermoon’ did have any influence may not be clear, but it seems premature to dismiss it as a factor.

Did ‘Supermoon’ Cause 8.9 Earthquake in Japan?
Indonesian Tsunami Happened Two Weeks Before January 2005 Supermoon

ABC News
March 11, 2011

To see it on the Internet, the so-called supermoon could cause a climatological reign of terror on the entire planet. Although it’s more than a week away, some people say the devastating 8.9-magnitude earthquake that hit Japan today could be the latest natural disaster caused by it.

The 2005 Indonesian tsunami hit two weeks before the supermoon and for the 2011 supermoon, which is suppose to occur March 19, the moon won’t just be at its closest approach to Earth in its elliptical orbit, enthusiasts say, it will be closer to Earth than it has been in 18 years.

Paul Walker, senior meteorologist for AccuWeather Inc., said it’s unlikely the supermoon played a role in today’s earthquake.

Is the Japanese earthquake the latest natural disaster to have been caused by a ‘supermoon’?

UK Daily Mail
March 11, 2011

The powerful tsunami that today slammed into Japan’s eastern coast comes just two days after warnings that the movement of the moon could trigger unpredictable events on Earth.

Astrologers predicted that on March 19 – a week tomorrow – the so-called ‘supermoon’ will be closer to Earth than at any time since 1992, just 221,567 miles away, and that its gravitational pull will bring chaos to Earth.

And conspiracy theorists on the Internet have delighted in making catastrophic predictions of tidal waves, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.

PRE-EARTHQUAKE: Earth headed for chaos as ‘supermoon’ closes in

Time of India
March 10, 2011

LONDON: The world could be in for a bumpy ride next week when the moon will make its closest approach to Earth in almost 20 years,sayexperts.

According to them, the astronomical event — “extreme supermoon” — may trigger earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other disasters. An “extreme supermoon” occurs when the Earth’s natural satellite reaches its absolute closest point. On March 19, the moon will be only 221,556 miles away — the first extreme supermoon in nearly 20 years.

Astronomers dismiss suggestion that sun and moon caused Japan earthquake
March 11, 2011

THEORIES ABOUT WHAT might have caused the earthquake in Japan, which triggered a Pacific-wide tsunami, have abounded today.

One such theory, reported by Russia Today, claims that a link had been established between the activities of the sun and moon and the earthquake that occurred off the Japanese coast

Conor Farrell, manager of Astronomy Ireland, told that there was no truth in such a claim:

“The sun’s magnetic field can create northern lights, also known as aurora, that cause amazing light displays in the sky. These can potentially knock out communication satellites – although that’s not usual. The magnetic field wouldn’t have any effect on the Earth’s tides or trigger an earthquake”, he explained.

I see a supermoon rising, but do I see trouble on the way?

Sydney Morning Herald
March 11, 2011

Moonageddon or just a big fuss about nothing.

A “supermoon” is coming and conspiracy theorists believe it will cause a moonageddon.

While astronomers and other scientists suggest everyone just take a chill pill and enjoy the prospect of a larger moon on March 19, US astrologist Richard Nolle believes it heralds disaster.

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