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The connection between the moon and planet earth would cause earthquakes
There have been recent earthquakes that have caused disasters in much of the world, the best examples being China, Japan and Mexico. However, it is very likely that the moon is behind each of these telluric movements, especially if it is in its full moon phase. Many studies have been carried out to confirm or deny this hypothesis.
While there is no research to confirm for certain that the moon may be the cause of the earthquakes on our planet, a connection between the two celestial bodies could be found. During the Apollo 12, 14, 15 and 16 missions a series of seismometers were placed on the surface of the moon in order to account for the number of earthquakes that occurred there. Thanks to this, it was possible to demonstrate that deep earthquakes occurred at least every 27 days between 800 and 1,200 kilometers below the lunar surface.
The full moon influences the high tide of the earth and vice versa, generating earthquakes.
This is due to the alignment of the earth with the sun and the moon in their full phase. At the moment of being perfectly aligned, the earth is close to the moon. This proximity raises the ocean tide and the force of gravity of the earth and in turn causes changes in the lunar surface, generating earthquakes on the moon and tsunami warning on our planet. According to the seismographic comparisons of the moon, only between 1969 and 1977, about 131 earthquakes were registered.
People are convinced that the moon has a lot to do with earthquakes on earth and these theories make sense when we go to the 2004 Sumatra earthquake, which reached 9.1 on the Richter scale and generated a tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people in 14 countries around the world. All that happened right on the full moon.