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"There is no scientific basis that people act differently, at least in modern-day society," said Dr. Swarndeep Gill, who is in his 10th year as a professor of meteorology at California University of Pennsylvania.
"There has to be some physical force to affect humans." However, in earlier times, there was some thought that people acted differently during a full moon, he added. "But that may have been because people did not get a good night's sleep because of the brightness of the moon," Gill said. Gill explained, "When the back of the moon faces the sun, we see no moon. As the moon faces the sun, we see all of the moon as we enter a new moon phase." The lunar cycle is 291/2 days, said Gill, who teaches an astronomy class to first-year students. "That is why once in a blue moon, we have two full moons in a month," Gill said.


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Swarn Gill California University of Pennsylvania


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The guest speaker for the evening was Dr. Swarndeep Gill, PhD., California University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Gill presented a talk on his doctoratal research, Vertical Motions of Drop of Different Sizes and Growth of Drizzle in Marine Stratus. Dr. Gill received his MS from the University of Oklahoma and his PhD from the University of Wyoming. He discussed his PhD research, which entailed an analysis of marine stratus with University of Wyoming aircraft.


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Councilor: Swarndeep S Gill , Ph.D. telephone: 724-938-1677; e-mail: gill@cup.edu


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Contact: Dr. Swarn Gill
Phone: 724-938-1677 Email: gill@calu.edu


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