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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Japan Earthquake 8.9 magnitude and Phenomena Supermoon


Devastating earthquake in Japan came after speculation about the effects of the phenomenon Supermoon. Supermoon is the phenomenon of the moon look so big in the sky because it is in a position closest to the earth for 18 years.

The day before the Japanese quake occurred, there are some people who tried to link the phenomenon Supermoon with the possibility of 'chaos on earth'. Conspiracy theories circulating on the internet mention Supermoon can trigger the occurrence of high waves, earthquakes, and volcanic eruption.

As reported thesun.co.uk, Saturday (12/03/2011), on March 19, the moon is only 221,567 miles from Earth and amateur researchers have predicted the emergence of extreme conditions on Earth.

Blogger Daniel Vogler in his writings at AccuWeather expresses the fact that the last time Supermoon phenomenon appeared on January 10, 2005, almost 2 weeks after the devastating 9.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated Aceh. "So beware, something 'big' can occur at these times," said Vogler.

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