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..but...does the moon also have an effect on land masses ?...and does it effect my weight when above me ?..ie: make me lighter ?
I would imagine that its effect on landmasses is negligible. However, a study by the BAS (British Antarctic Survey) has shown it to affect glaciers.http://english.people.com.cn/200612/22/eng20061222_334956.htmlAs for whether or not it can affect people, it can; and this has been shown in studies. If the strength of its gravity is enough to pull billions of tons of oceanic water around then its enough to pull on the water in our cells of our bodies. And it will certainly make a minute difference to our weight (I wonder if it's factored into electronic scales  ).Here's a link to a site with lots of moon goodness!http://www.wintersteel.com/Moon.html
Quote from: neilep on 29/08/2007 00:17:12..but...does the moon also have an effect on land masses ?...and does it effect my weight when above me ?..ie: make me lighter ?No, but make your hairs grow faster (and to werewolves even faster ).
It does affect landmasses, things like the CERN accelerator need to take it into account (they may also need to take werewolves into account) I doubt that any normal set of scales would need to worry about it.
I remember that farmers and market gardeners preferred "waxing moon" for planting or sowing, and "waning moon" for harvesting. Some bio-dynamic gardeners stick to that rule, and I heard of bio-dynamic builders asking for a certificate that the wood they use has been felled in a waning moon phase. Does this sound familiar in other areas of the world ?In case you forgot : waxing moon is from new moon to full moon and waning moon is from full moon to new moon.
http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/319031/more_pets_rushed_to_emergency_during.htmlBeen saying that gravity drives the circulation but no one on here takes me serious