The moon you don’t know

  Without the sister star of the moon, there will be no tides, four seasons and a day of 24 hours on the earth… Scientists have confirmed the impact of the moon on the earth in many ways. These effects, although scientists are still in the inferential stage, are closely related to our lives.

  Natural dominance

  The moon infiltrates the earth. It is abundant when it is close to the earth, and it is poor when it is far away from the earth. This biodynamics believes that in order to obtain the best harvest, not only the general methods of fertilization and insecticide should be adopted, but also the appropriate days should be selected.

  When sowing and planting should choose when the moon is gradually filling, picking, cutting and harvesting are selected when the moon turns from profit to loss. This principle applies to all agricultural production activities, including the cultivation of fruit trees, cereals and vegetables. These biodynamic methods can increase the yield of crops to a certain extent, but it is difficult to measure how much effect it can receive. At the same time, although scientists can’t explain it now, they estimate that the moon also has a certain impact on the climate: global temperature changes are synchronized with the moon cycle, and the hottest days are exactly the full moon.

  Queen of animals

  Although the moon becomes a werewolf is only a plot in a magical story, the moon does have an undeniable influence on animals. The reproduction of some crustaceans such as shellfish, marine worms, and other red-crarked crustaceans seems to be compatible with the moon’s cycle. In addition, some small invertebrates that feed on caves in silt also adjust their feeding cycles to match the moon cycle, as the caves where their food is located are flooded by tides during high tides.

  During the full moon, the brightness at night is greatly increased. The primate monkeys living in South America extended their hunting time with moonlight, and the cranes and flamingos took the same approach. These changes are adaptations to changes in the moon, not innate practices. In addition, there is a widespread saying about dogs that they are particularly arrogant on the full moon night.

  Friends of humanity

  The following conclusions may be disappointing: there is no solid scientific basis for the widespread influence of the moon on humans, especially women. To give an example: the full moon is good for childbirth. In the obstetrics, the midwife will also vigorously promote this view, linking the amniotic fluid to the lunar gravity… just like the tides! But careful analysis of the statistics has never been confirmed. Among the approximately 15 million newborns born in France between 1975 and 1994, the number of newborns born at the full moon was not significantly higher than usual.

  People also believe in other claims: the moon’s small satellite will also stimulate the human mental system, which will lead to more death, mental illness, depression, traffic accidents, fighting, theft, epilepsy, suicide, glass of alcohol Wait. Psychiatrist and bio-hyperthology expert Mark Schauber explained: “The world has conducted more than a dozen studies in this area, and it has not yet been able to give scientific confirmation.” But people do not think that these are nonsense. Talk, in the UK, on ​​the night of the full moon, the police force on the streets of London will be doubled than usual. At least this arrangement will make people feel more at ease.