2008 Canadian Election Polls swayed by the Full Moon effect.

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Vancouver, BC, October 9, 2008 (United Dynamics Corp.) - Is it possible that something as mysterious and uncontrollable as the Full Moon can affect the way people vote?  Human behavioral scientist and atmospheric ion expert Guy Cramer says “Yes”.  According to Mr. Cramer, the swaying of public opinion toward either the currently elected minority Conservative party and the Liberal opposition party, as shown in the tracking polls, correlates remarkably to the changing ratios of positive and negative ions in the atmosphere, which are directly associated with the effects of the Full Moon. Ironically the 2008 Canadian Election is being held on October 14, 2008, a Full Moon.

Mr. Cramer has been studying the geophysics of ionization since 1985, NASA JPL considers Cramer the world expert on "Air Ions" and has requested his research for a classified program they were working on in the year 2001, while Cramer was not privy to the information, NASA informed him that they estimated his research contribution had saved them between 10-15 years. Cramer was the research assistant (and grandson) to Donald Hings, P. Eng, M.B.E., C.M who was awarded the Order of Canada for Inventing the Walkie-Talkie in 1937.

In 1993 Cramer discovered a number of mathematical algorithms (repeating equations) that allows him to forecast the ratio of positive and negative ions in the atmosphere weeks, and even months, in advance.  The scientific community recognizes the following effects of ions on human behavior.  An excess of positive ions produces detrimental effects both physically (headaches, dizziness, fatigue, circulatory disorders etc.) and mentally (irritation, apathy, anxiety, depression etc).  Negative ions are beneficial, and can improve alertness, concentration and general body function. These findings are based on research with air ions from groups and organizations such as Oxford University, RCA Laboratories, Totoyta, U.S. Air Force, Mercedes Benz, the Swiss Bank… just to name a few of the 5000 plus studies.  Today, Cramer is president of the aerospace science company United Dynamics Corp., which produces the ion prediction website www.superforce.com.

When analyzing the fluctuating poll data in relation to the changing atmospheric ion ratios during the past four weeks leading to the October 14th election (Full Moon) which is on a positive ion ratio day, Mr. Cramer noticed regular consistencies where 17% of the vote was concerned.  On days of high negative ion activity, the voting public tended to lean more toward the Liberal Party.  According to Cramer, “These would be days when people were calmer and thinking clearly, and less likely to tolerate past inadequacies of an incumbent party, in this case the Conservatives.  On days of high positive activity, when people would be stress-inclined and feeling out of sorts, they were supportive of the ruling Conservative party, being less analytical and thus taking a more lenient attitude toward the mistakes of the Conservative administration.”  When looking at the data, it is revealed that on the highest positive day (Friday, September 24) the Conservatives led the Liberals by 15%, and on the highest Negative day (September 9) the Liberals led the Conservatives by 2%. 

What we see is a convergence during negative days within the polls and a spread on days with more Positive ions in the air. The Ion Forecast for the days leading to the election date increase in positive ions and Cramer expects to see the numbers spread further again between the two parties from their current 4% difference.  

Mr. Cramer considers this polling data to be a new discovery in his study of human behavior, one that he is confident he can apply to future elections.  In fact his conclusions are fully supported by similar data results from the Year 2000 November 27th Canadian federal election and the U.S. Election Polls in 2000.  Ironically, Cramer predicted the exact opposite voter behavior for both elections in previous press releases.  At the time, he did not have the empirical data from the tracking polls, and so was limited in his relevant resources as a scientist.  Say’s Cramer, “Now that we’ve got the complete picture, it all makes more sense.  This is how most discoveries are made, through accidents and mistakes.  But the graph doesn’t lie.”

Cramer’s confidence is backed by similar, yet more detailed, research in other human behavioral areas.  The most prominent of these deals with Stock Market performance. 

According to a former partner of the world’s largest stock wholesaler, “Guy Cramer has discovered the Holy Grail of the Stock Market.  We’ve always been aware that there are patterns in the markets, but this is the first time someone has actually made sense of it.  Using Cramer’s algorithm method, one could feasibly become financially immortal.”  Cramer posts his ion ratio forecasts weekly on www.superforce.com.   Today, his most loyal “eyeballs” include some of North America’s top financial institutions.  His unconventional method has been featured in the Financial Post, one of Canada’s leading national newspapers, in Grant’s Investor, an online financial magazine chaired by James Grant, the Vancouver Province Newspaper, on the MSNBC website, in Ticker Magazine, a U.S. finance trade publication, Reuter’s News Wire, the CBC Radio and BBC Radio.

For further information, visit www.superforce.com.

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For further information and interview requests, please contact Guy Cramer directly at (604) 961-7046
or Email him at gcramer@superforce.com

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