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Wo, give me time to respond to this, it deserves pointed criticism.before you do, you might take the trouble to find out exactly what science does take into account when calculating tides - it's obvious it will surprise you, the list is a long one.
1. Why the height of the tides in the White Sea is 100 times greater than in the Baltic Sea.Please answer both questions?
The height of the tides in the Baltic Sea is 10 cm, and in the White Sea 10 meters.
2. The tidal current in the White and Baltic Sea, moves from the Atlantic Ocean. How.
a). The distance to the throat of the Baltic Sea is 10 km, to the throat of the White Sea 3000 km.
b). The flow from the throat of the White Sea moves from south to north, at a speed of 1 km per hour.
The places where the tidal range is larger are generally where the tide is funneled into a bay or estuary.
Because the tidal bulge (dragged by the moon's gravity) enters the funnel and travels along it, the same volume of water is forced into a narrow passage and so it has to get deeper.
Why is that so hard for you to understand?
Could the phlegm be a biofilm and if so, might BC have found the answer?No, plegm works against biofilms in the trachea. You might find this interesting. http://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/flash/2018/mucus-keeps-us-healthy/
Before Copernicus, Ptolemy was also more accurate.He was certainly not more accurate than Copernicus, nor was he more accurate than modern physics. He did, however, acknowledge that the tides are the result of moon/sun influences.
Before the discovery of the theory of tides in the whole world there were ports and there were port managers who did not care what was going on in their port.So show us the ones you are basing your statements on.
In any state you can find the old tide tables.
Chinese astronomers of that time predicting the tides relied on intuition and experience.What you believe is of little importance. Provide an example of a chinese tide table that can be compared to a modern one.
And modern astronomers rely on virtual theories.
And the forecast of that time, I believe was more accurate.
Who can give a reference to the theory of tidal resonance.See answer #2. Read it and try to understand it, then you will be able to find numerous references.
But I would guess it was based on the moon.You might think so, but the Chinese calendar was lunisolar - based on measurements of the phases of the moon, but also on the position of the sun in the sky. Itís not that unusual, ancient Babylonians, Greeks and Israelites all used a variant of this type of calendar.
Wouldn't they only bunch on the east coasts of the emerged lands if it was the case?No, various reasons. Firstly the pull of the moon/sun system passes over (or the earth rotates from under, depending on how you view it) and releases the bulge so it can fall back. Secondly, the sloshing backwards and forwards can due to the distance result in a wave superposition that results in the waves performing a seesaw movement, a form of resonance. Also the movement of the bulge isnít straight across a basin west-east but Coriolis effect turns the movement to the right (northern hemisphere). For example in the English Channel when the bulge moves west to east you get slightly higher tides on the south (french) coast and then on the north (english) when it goes back east to west. Motion in a basin is more difficult to explain without pictures, but it results in a bulge that rotates counter clockwise around a null point - look up amphidromic circulation and dynamic theory of tides for details.
If I understand well, the tidal wave would get amplified in a basin the same way a sound wave is amplified in a trumpet. If the trumpet or the basin is longer, the frequency is lower, and vice versa. It makes sense, but it's hard to imagine.This only happens in some very specific places where the geology works to produce a resonance - look up Bay of Fundy where length of bay causes a resonance with 12 hr tides hitting the entrance.