The Almost Bloody Moon

The Almost Bloody Moon

by Taner Sengor

Episode: Try to catch a little bit freedom escaping through windowed lives on the biggest planet for human beings: Watching the Partial Lunar Eclipse, that is almost Blood(y) Moon, of 16 September 2020 in Istanbul (That must be the actual vehicle in the Deluge rather than a panoramic view in a romance). The view stacked into pandemically seized eyes among behaviors, materials, ideas, and more... The Deluge should be viruses’ manifolds rather than 2H2Os’ falling from up sides of the planet... [1]-[3].

Acknowledgements: The Author thanks to Urban Planner E. Sengor and G. Sengor, PhD for their encouraging comments for choosing the best favorable images.


[1] T. Sengor, “On the Availability of Electromagnetically Equivalence Processes Relevant to Worldwide Spreadable Diseases Manifolds”, URSI GASS 2021, Rome, Italy, 28 August - 4 September 2021 (accepted).

[2] T. Sengor, “Natural Cooperation of Seismic Activities Related Wave Propagation on the Worldwide Pandemics Processes,” EGU General Assembly, 2021, EGU21-16480, (accepted).