1. JAS says

    When I have trouble sleeping tonight, I’m going to listen to that guy’s narration of the super moon story. For some reason it is extremely relaxing.

  2. The Iron Orchard says

    @sargon bighorn…just in case your post was not a joke the gravitational pull on the moon has nothing to do with eartquakes, shifting tectonic plates under the earth cause earthquakes. The gravitational pull of the moon does effect sea tides, but it has nothing to do with the density of oceanic lithospher, or mantle heating which causes the plates to shift.

  3. wonderer says

    Haa! It sounds like Fred Schnieder from the B52’s….I kept thinking he was going to start singing “theres a moon in the sky. it’s called the moon.”

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