« on: 15/08/2018 22:49:52 »
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if the side of the moon turned to the earth is concave,That's just silly.
The gravity of the moon does not reach the Earth:What stops it?
The geostationary satellite of the Earth, acting as part of the Earth, is in zero gravity, at a distance of 35,000 km. from the Earth,Obviously wrong.
and for some reason, is not exposed to the tidal influence of the Moon, despite the fact that the "tidal force" in the Earth-satellite system is 5 times greater than on Earth.The tidal force is due not to gravity per se, but to the first derivative RT distance.
And it must not be forgotten that the oceans and continents are attracted by the Earth, and the satellite is in zero gravity ..Why do you say that "must not be forgotten" when it is obviously not true.
Yesterday the Fundy tide was 11m and the buoy in N Gulf of Maine registered 1.98km/hYou claim that a current of 15km/h is required in the Northern part of the Gulf of Maine, but buoy data from this area shows a maximum of 2.34km/h over the first 5 months of this year.At a maximum of 2.34 km / h, what is the height of the tides?
Find the height of the tides of 15 meters, the speed should be 15 km / h?
If this does not happen, I will apologize to everyone for losing my time and yours.
Quote from: Fermer05 on Yesterday at 08:27:39Again, you are saying not fully coherent things:
In the phase of new moon and perihelion, the clock will go fast or slow.
We have known about the effect of tide on clocks for decades.