Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Moon Predicts Lunar Forecast For Super Bowl

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The fate of Super Bowl XLIII may lie in the moon.

Lunar behavior specialist Jeff Warren says the moon’s position will influence the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals this Sunday (Feb. 1) on the field.

Warren says the moon will be at its “highest point overhead” around 5:30 PM EST – right before the big game – which will result in “maximum lunar effect.”

This means the first half of the game will be wild, with “lots of passing and action.”

Warren says the moon’s extremely high energy will rub off on the players, resulting in high scores during the first half of the game.

He says, “These guys need to take the ball as much as possible at the beginning.”

Warren believes the effects the moon can have on human behavior is a science and advises NFL coaches to hire him as a “lunar coordinator,” so he can tell them when to travel, the best times to execute plays, and issue injury alerts for players.

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