Last year, tsunami near Japan happened around super moon; the 2005 Pacific Tsunami occurred around where the moon is close to earth. A bit further back, Cyclone Tracy in Darwin, Australia in 1974; Hunter Valley floods in 1955; New England hurricane in 1938 all occurred around super moon.
Take extra care these few days, unless you live in Don's beautiful Boston or picturesque Quincy which is known to be a heaven-like place since it is not an earthquake prone zone, not on the hurricane prone path, and unlikely to have bushfire.
Oh, somehow, I trust the long range forecasts based on statistics and the moon movement more, which has been pretty accurate compared to the weather bureau, and certainly more accurate than the Domesday prediction. (I know Don hates statistics.)
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