Hectic night? Don’t blame the moon

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/hectic-night-dont-blame-the-moon-040215.html

But yet this belief hangs on and is cited frequently by those who would never knowingly utter a superstitious word, even though the absence of a lunar influence on human affairs has been demonstrated in the areas of automobile accidents, hospital admissions, surgery outcomes, cancer survival rates, menstruation, births, birth complications, depression, violent behavior, and even criminal activity, Margot writes. His study was published online by the journal Nursing Research…

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Sally Thomas · Top Commenter · Healdsburg High School
Telll that to those of us who work/worked in law enforcement. The nutcases always increased on full moon nights, whatever the “reason”.

It’s so comforting to know that law enforcement thinks of the mentally ill as “nutcases” and believes in superstitions.

If you don't comment, I'll just assume you agree with me

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