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Spike
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Moon effecting our storm season
      #34394 - Mon Nov 08 2004 08:12 PM

I understand the moon helps direct our currents. Do you think odd placement of the moon made this season so active?

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Spike
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Re: Moon effecting our storm season [Re: Spike]
      #34440 - Fri Nov 12 2004 07:18 AM

Nevermind.. lol. This is one thing i hate about quiet time hardly any responces.

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Re: Moon effecting our storm season [Re: Spike]
      #34453 - Sat Nov 13 2004 08:00 PM

The placement of the moon this year was perfectly normal, it is a natural oscillation that causes eclipses. It could possibly cause warmer then normal water directed toward the source region of the hurricanes (cape verde islands), that isn't out of the realm of possibilities but alas how come this normally doesn't happen when we have eclipses? I don't know, and it requires much more understanding of metrology and astronomy...good question!

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