Is it true that we are more agressive during the night when there is a full moon?
If true, could this be a remnant from times where we needed to hunt for our food and so could see more at night when there was a full moon?
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This seems to be a piece of pseudoscience commonly seen these days. The truth is that this effect has never been statistically observed.
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