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Do people's personality change at full moon
#31
(04-02-2015, 09:08 PM)Fair_Luminary Wrote: TA,
I wasn't saying it has a lick to do with gravity. Just pointing out to Albie that there is a increase in gravity during full moons. The fact that there is also a increase during new moons is against common belief, which is why I mentioned it. No one says about folks going batty on a new moon.

Is there more gravity at certain times, yes. Does that confirm "lunacy", not in the slightest.

As for me mentioning that I watch the sky, its not out of expecting anything. Its beautiful, and so many people seem to forget that. I must see a good 400 sunrises/sunsets a year with my job over winter I usually catch both. I like looking at the stars too, though I swear Orion is always there when I look. I still stop physically to smell the roses, as well as lavender that grows in my yard. I like laying in the fallen leaves with their sweet smell of decay. Maybe that makes me weird, but Im not missing out on life taking this time.


Oh man...that sweet/fecund/decay smell of moldering wet leaves is probably the most affecting and memorable one for me. Ever. For my entire life. And I am an olfactory freak. I smell EVERYTHING. Often times, when someone hands me something new to me, I will smell it. Could be anything: a book (very commonly); a car part; an article of clothing. Whatever.

This habit has delighted and amused many. My habit is also something of an inside family joke.

The "leaves" thing was inspired by an even that happened when I was only seven or eight. (Some 30 years ago!) We were living in SoCal but were visiting my Aunst and Uncle in Evergreen, Colorado. Me and my brother went fishing in a nearby creek. That's where the smell was.

The fishing trip was uneventful. We caught no fish. Why that smell has stuck with me all this time I have no idea. But to this day whenever I smell that I am magically transported back to the woods in Colorado three decades ago.

I have always thought that having a job as a perfume scent tester/developer would be a perfect one for me. (I think there is a name for that occupation, but it escapes me at the moment.)
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(04-07-2015, 01:13 PM)Der Ankläger Wrote: Oh man...that sweet/fecund/decay smell of moldering wet leaves is probably the most affecting and memorable one for me. Ever. For my entire life. And I am an olfactory freak. I smell EVERYTHING. Often times, when someone hands me something new to me, I will smell it. Could be anything: a book (very commonly); a car part; an article of clothing. Whatever.

This habit has delighted and amused many. My habit is also something of an inside family joke.

The "leaves" thing was inspired by an even that happened when I was only seven or eight. (Some 30 years ago!) We were living in SoCal but were visiting my Aunst and Uncle in Evergreen, Colorado. Me and my brother went fishing in a nearby creek. That's where the smell was.

The fishing trip was uneventful. We caught no fish. Why that smell has stuck with me all this time I have no idea. But to this day whenever I smell that I am magically transported back to the woods in Colorado three decades ago.

I have always thought that having a job as a perfume scent tester/developer would be a perfect one for me. (I think there is a name for that occupation, but it escapes me at the moment.)
Perhaps you were a dog in a previous life, they seem to always be smelling things
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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#33
^^^^^

I have considered this possibility, and it has also been broached by some of my friends.

Uhh...and past lovers.
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#34
Many lovers? So...........you're like a dog in heat in this life. I guess you used to be a 'wiener dog'.
I know, I'm being a 'B###th! Just having a bit of sport!
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