Biggest Full Moon of the Year: Take 2

Biggest Full Moon of the Year: Take 2

There are 7 comments on the PhysOrg Weblog story from Jan 9, 2009, titled Biggest Full Moon of the Year: Take 2. In it, PhysOrg Weblog reports that:

The perigee full of Dec. 2008. \"A cold wind was blowing as the Moon set over a neighbor\'s farm,\" says photographer Eric Ingmundson of Sparta, Wisconsin.

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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#1 Jan 9, 2009
Watch out for earthquakes.

Perigee & Perihelion result in big tidal ranges.

have a nice day: Ag
truthist

United States

#2 Jan 9, 2009
I saw perhaps one of the lowest tides in the Med in the week before. Do we have records?

“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#3 Jan 10, 2009
truthist wrote:
I saw perhaps one of the lowest tides in the Med in the week before. Do we have records?
Dont know.

The archives are not easy to find on the web and university courses are expensive in oceanography and waste lives as a result of very few job opportunities.

A useful one for a compilation archive under the USGS and IGY affiliates.

have a nice day: Ag
truthist

United States

#4 Jan 11, 2009
Adrian Godsafe MSc wrote:
<quoted text>
Dont know.
The archives are not easy to find on the web and university courses are expensive in oceanography and waste lives as a result of very few job opportunities.
A useful one for a compilation archive under the USGS and IGY affiliates.
have a nice day: Ag
Thanks :)

I thought the full moon last night was noticeably smaller than the other one in Dec 08.

“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#5 Jan 13, 2009
truthist wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks :)
I thought the full moon last night was noticeably smaller than the other one in Dec 08.
Also missed out on the giant quakes too.

That was rather handy actually, those things in the right place are not good for the global economy, & it is bad enough with politicians & their little bribers taking from the till without major disasters on top.

have a nice day: Ag
truthist

United States

#6 Jan 13, 2009
Adrian Godsafe MSc wrote:
<quoted text>
Also missed out on the giant quakes too.
That was rather handy actually, those things in the right place are not good for the global economy, & it is bad enough with politicians & their little bribers taking from the till without major disasters on top.
have a nice day: Ag
And after the disasters, too.

Katrina victims were blamed for their fate.
Cousin Jethro

Lady Lake, FL

#7 Jan 13, 2009
truthist wrote:
<quoted text>And after the disasters, too.
Katrina victims were blamed for their fate.
That was a demonstration of the "karma of convenience" rather like blaming rape victims & degenerate presidents

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