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    Default Supermoon Effects Ovulation

    By increasing the women's flow with emotional tides up to six inches worth....

    It is unknown whether these factors are actually prevalent amongst the causes of natural disasters. However NASA is frantically looking into the matter, after some close calls passed without incidence.

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    Gird your loins?

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    Lol, NEVER!

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    Super moon was super disappointing.

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    You'll live.

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    Super Moon was awesome
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    1) Ignite was right.
    2) It's orbital mechanics, stupid!
    3) The perigee of the moon shifts slightly around the Earth, due to the mutual gravitational interaction between the Earth, Sol and the moon itself. This complex interaction was the main reason for Newton saying that it gave him headache. Euler and Laplace subsequently refined our understanding of gravity, which to this day we use to predict astronomical events.
    4) Go to the Bad Astronomer for more details.
    5) ...as for the OP: no. Women have their ovulation cycle, perigee or not.

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    Super Moon is not allowed to happen again until I'm dead. Luckily for me, it proably won't right?
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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