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Closest Supermoon In 68 Years Sparks Fears Of Devastating Tidal Waves And Mega Earthquakes After Scientists Admit ‘Moon’s Pull Can Trigger Big Earthquakes’ [Video]

Citing a new scientific study published on the journal Nature, conspiracy theorists have raised alarm, claiming that the next full supermoon that will occur on November 14, 2016 — the closest supermoon thus far this century — could generate strong tidal forces, sparking devastating tidal waves and triggering mega earthquakes. What is a supermoon? A... Read more » Closest Supermoon In 68 Y
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