MaximusMarch 22, 2011
About this chap Ring. Bit of a fuss going on at present. Last couple of nights: very very full moon. Largest it has been since 1918 or some such?
Something to do with the closest orbit to Earth that it has been on for quite some time – a super moon, or a perigee moon appearing concurrent with a full moon – and gorgeous it was too. No sign of ‘loonies’ about, nor werewolves….
but the thing that many are wondering is: did the Sunday night earthquakes in Canterbury have anything to do with the moon? Anything to do with Ring’s predictions? He had forecast a large quake in Canterbury during the weekend – and so everyone took off out of town, ending up in places as out of the way as Twizel.
Of course, wouldn’t you know it, Twizel had 2 earthquakes instead. And then, when people had got back to Christchurch, there were another 3 aftershocks in ChCh, one quite sharp.
Now, I know that doesn’t prove anything – the believers will still believe, the non-believers will still not believe. All I want to know is that, seeing as the whole world had a full perigee supermoon last night, closest orbit to the earth since way back when, how come only Canterbury gets the quakes? A fault in the Ring theory perhaps?