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11. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

Should I ask you to define "confusion" or "lunar"?

12. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

The moon's position has an affect on magnetic fields that even controls our ocean's tides. Near or on a full moon seems to be a good time to get good paranormal results out in the field.

13. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Lunar activity was an important factor contributing to the success of the Apollo 15 through 17 missions through reduction in both the use of consumables and the fatigue experienced by crewmen

14. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting Wocca

Should I ask you to define "confusion" or "lunar"?

Confusion is the inability to think with your usual speed or clarity. When confused, you have difficulty focusing your attention and may feel disoriented. Confusion interferes with your ability to make decisions.

Confusion may come on suddenly or gradually over time, depending on the cause. Some confused people may behave aggressively.

Many times, confusion is temporary. Other times it is permanent and not curable. Confusion is more common in the elderly, and often occurs during hospitalization.

15. Posted by samsara_ (Travel Guru 5353 posts) 11y

The moon is amazing. We forget about our place in the solar system because we cant see the other planets. But the moon, our closest neighbour, is a constant reminder of a greater universe

16. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

What other information did you find?

17. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting Wocca

What other information did you find?

Lunar - astronomy relating to moon: relating to a moon or its movement around a planet, especially the Moon in relation to the Earth

18. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

No seriously you think we are a bit confused about what you were trying to say on the earlier post? I really would like to know :)

19. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Mr I here...
Just a bit of info - in the US, tonight's full moon is called the "Worm Moon". Probably only applicable to the Northern hemisphere, where Spring has sprung. The "Worm Moon" indicates that earthworms are beginning to come up to the surface, and be consumed by the robins - who have just returned.

If anyone is interested, I daily check out a website called It tells about all the solar flares that cause the auroras. And, about "space rocks" (asteroids - not to be confused with hemorrhoids ) that fly past earth. Some interesting science there... Keep looking up (as in to the sky).

20. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

January Wolf Moon
February Snow Moon
March Worm Moon
April Pink Moon
May Flower Moon
June Strawberry Moon
July Buck Moon
August Sturgeon Moon
September Harvest Moon
October Hunter's Moon
November Beaver Moon
December Cold Moon

Algonquin/ English/ neo-Pagan Other
colonial medieval

Jan Old Wolf Ice Moon After Yule
Feb Hunger Storm Snow
Mar Crust Chaste Death Sap; Crow; Lenten
Apr Pink Seed Awakening Grass; Egg
May Flower Hare Grass Planting; Milk
Jun Rose Dyan Planting Strawberry; Flower
Jul Buck Mead Rose Hay; Thunder
Aug Sturgeon Corn Lightening Grain; Dog Days
Sep Harvest Barley Harvest Fruit
Oct Hunter's Blood Blood
Nov Beaver Snow Tree Frosty
Dec Cold Oak Long Night Moon Before Yule

And lets not forget blue moons...when a month has two full moons....