if moon causes tides?
then does the moon cause tides in our blood during full moon?
- goringLv 66 months ago
It is beyond the gravity field; there is another field as was indicated by Miles Mathis in physics
- Anonymous6 months ago
Yes. That’s why the astrologers say you shouldn’t get surgery at times of full moon, you bleed more
- JosephLv 66 months ago
Personally I think more crime happens during a full moon because the moon offers more light to see by while everyone is asleep. As far as a ride happening in your blood stream, sure but it means little.
- 6 months ago
Yes it does. Water lands on them.
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- Jeffrey KLv 66 months ago
No. A tidal force is due to one side of earth being closer to the moon than the other side. A human body is so small, that difference of a few inches is insignificant. Tides are not created in objects smaller than a planet or moon.
- daniel gLv 76 months ago
It does indeed, but nothing so significan you could notice or even be measured.
Magnetometers like SQUID sensitive to .01 N show less gravity with solar and lunar conjunctions so you would weigh a tint tad less. You never notice this for its gradual transitions, and hardly a gram or two difference if you weigh 80 Kg.
The effect on body fluids could hardly be measured.
- martinLv 56 months ago
People with psychiatrist problems .locked up in darkness years ago showed by their behaviour that the moon has an effect ,
- Big KahunaLv 76 months ago
Hmmmm.No se,Jose.Larry King on his old late nite radio talk show used to say,"There's a lot of wack-os calling in,tonight.There must be a full moon."So,yeah,maybe.
- Ronald 7Lv 76 months ago
Police, especially in New York have reported that more Violent Crimes are committed when the Moon is Full
That is when it is at its Perigee ( Closest ) to Earth
It isn't surprising, with Blood being a Liquid that it can rise due to the slight change in Gravity
It could also count for where the term Lunatic came from
- 6 months ago
Not so you'd notice...