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Researchers claim the increased gravitational force from the Moon, as it gets closer to Earth, could cause fault lines to trigger catastrophic earthquakes on land or in the ocean.  A supermoon happens when a new or full moon is at or near its closest approach to Earth in any given orbit, making it appear up to 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than normal. The next supermoon will rise in the night sky in the dark afternoon hours of Sunday, December 3. Astrologer Richard Nolle gave the phenomenon, that

happens around four times a year, its name in 1979. And some researchers claim to have unearthed evidence of major quakes happening at or around the time of a supermoon event. In a video about the link between supermoons and earthquakes released last year the Bright Insight channel said: “We are finally just seeing that scientists are acknowledging that there is a positive correlation between supermoons and the effect that it has on Earth tides and tectonic plates. “When we look at the last four supermoons, READ MORE