This process would have gone on for so many years before (or after?) it became harmonic, right?
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The gravity of the moon does not reach the Earth:It does. NIST and others measure the uplift of earth surface and measure gravimetric effect.
There is no data on the fluctuation of tidal forces, if there were fluctuations, then there would be data.it is there if you search for it, but I suspect you won’t want to try and expect to be spoon fed.
The geostationary satellite of the Earth, acting as part of the Earth, is in zero gravity,It is a common misconception that satellites are in zero gravity, this is not true, if they were they could not maintain an orbit.
at a distance of 35,000 km. from the Earth, and for some reason, is not exposed to the tidal influence of the Moon,
If you state that the radius is too small, you must have made a calculation in order to reach that conclusion, please show it.To make calculations you need time.We can't look at your calculations unless you post them.
First you need to look at the existing calculations.
If you are saying you have not done the maths, what are you using as the basis of your post?
the height of the tidal wave depends on ...the orbital velocity of the EarthIs this "orbital velocity":
Also this series of posts https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=49715.0 by @rmolnav should be read in its entirety, it is essential to understanding the fundamentals of tidal effects.Thank you.
2...the wedge-shaped bays and bays in the east of the Gulf of Maine are quite numerous?To get extreme tides, the shape, cross-section and depth of the bay must combine to provide the right resonant frequency.
3. How the Coriolis force works in the Gulf of Maine.In general, the tidal bulge will rotate anti-clockwise in the northern hemisphere, driven by the Coriolis effect.
Then why (are) the highest tides are formed in the temperate zones and not at the equator? The highest tides on Earth are formed in the Fundy Bay in North America...I would hardly call the Bay of Fundy "temperate zone"... I wouldn't want to go swimming there!