24% of the U.S. Presidential Vote swayed by the Full
Vancouver, BC, December 6, 2000 (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
Presidential candidates Gore and Bush, as shown in the Gallup 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.
Mr. Cramer has been studying the geophysics of
ionization since 1985. In 1993 he
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, 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 Gallup poll data in
relation to the changing atmospheric ion ratios during the four weeks leading to
the November 7th election, Mr. Cramer noticed regular consistencies
where 24% of the vote was concerned. On days of high negative ion activity, the voting public
tended to lean more toward Bush. 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 Democrats. On days of high
positive activity, when people would be stress-inclined and feeling out of
sorts, they were supportive of Gore, being less analytical and thus taking a
more lenient attitude toward the mistakes of the Clinton administration.”
When looking at the data, it is revealed that on the highest negative day
(Friday, October 27) Bush led Gore by 13%, and on the highest positive day
(October 4) Gore led Bush by 11%. Detailed
graphs of these data correlations showing the rise and fall of voter intentions
can be viewed at www.superforce.com
under “Press Releases”. For
skeptics who question whether the predicted ion ratio algorithms were altered
after the fact to conveniently match up with the polling data, the Superforce
site provides a “Verify Forecast” section which allows anyone with a
Netscape browser to view the original dates of forecast image uploads to the
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 November 27th
Canadian federal election. 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.
A few more tests and modifications, and we’ll be ready to predict voter
moods with a high degree of accuracy.”
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. A phantom portfolio
trading in the NASDAQ 100 Index stock, QQQ, has been using a unique method based
on the algorithm since the beginning of January 2000.
As of November 29th, after 80 completed trades (40 shorts and
40 longs), the portfolio gained 132.37%, whereas the actual share value of the
QQQ has lost 24.42% for the year to date. By leveraging the SuperForce algorithm
method and reinvesting the gains or losses with each of the 80 trades, the
portfolio gains just over 240%. The
system (exact same trading days) has been shown to outperform 17 of 18 World
indexes and approximately 80% of the individual Dow 30 stocks. These percentages
are also consistent with other individual stocks that have been applied to the
method. An official audit by a
Certified Public Accountant will be conducted in January 2001, providing
concrete, documented and indisputable proof that the algorithm trading system
works with unprecedented accuracy.
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. In fact, he has recently been invited to appear on two major
TV networks, including PBS’s World Business Review hosted by Alexander
Haig, and CNBC’s DotCom hosted by Mark Hamill. 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 and on the CBC and BBC Radio.
As well, an article is due for release in January’s issue of the
national Canadian Business magazine.
For further information, visit www.superforce.com.
Graphs mentioned in this release can be found here: Detailed
Charts of the Tracking Polls for the U.S. Presidential Election 2000
For further information and interview requests, please contact David Veniot, Media Relations at (604) 708-4675 or Guy Cramer directly at (604) 961-7046.