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Offline tommya300

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What other affects does the moon have upon the earth that may be or may not be a controversy?
Keeping our focus on Earth and Luna only!

I is proven that the affect of the moon's gravity assists the ocean tides.
This is understood and explained...

http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=34037.msg323867#msg323867

Now, the question is:
Does it affect smaller bodies of water and/or the solids and life within?

Seas, Great Lakes, smaller lakes, rivers... right down to the most important, small jug of freshly aged home made wine in the barrel?



« Last Edit: 22/09/2010 17:56:01 by tommya300 »


 

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By solids do you include the brain too?
And a full moon by any chance..

:)

Bring me a jug.
 

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Maybe this explains "The Angels' Share"?
 

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Did not have a jug will this be ok
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How to keep your cat occupied :)
(And the goldfish in a perpetual state of nervous breakdown)
 

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I am not a cat person - but wouldn't the cat just reach in with those sharp little claws?
 

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Shhh :)

Don't give him ideas..
 

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