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I repeat the crucial question: WHY IS THE MOON MOVING AWAY FROM THE EARTH??
OK CSC, here are the numbers.
I'm sorry if you don't like it, but it is my life's work in one respect. I instinctively knew that someone in the history of science had made a mistake from a relatively early age. It's just something that's happened. It makes perfect sense to me. You can't please all of the people all of the time.
I've answered your criticisms with a good explanation.
What about the Earth's lower equitorial gravity?
I plan to publish a professional paper in the Nexus, if I have to.
Who or what are "Nexus" anyway?
Validity?Do you realise that, not only do you need to justify your new idea but you have to show that the normal gravitational laws actually DON'T apply. That would be very hard in the face of all the perfectly good evidence in their favour.
What do you mean by "the internal pressure due to the Sun "?
Really, BC, you should read more of the fringe Science press. Don't you keep up with 'current theory'? I regularly read Nexus, Viz and the Beano so I am well ahead on this new stuff.It strikes me that the 'new theory doesn't seem to have an explanation for the fact that we have TWO HIGH TIDES every day.Gosh darn - we may have to go back to the old theory after all.
due to the gravity gradient
Quotedue to the gravity gradientWould this be from the Sun or the Moon?Do rotational forces play a part?Which bits of the conventional gravitational forces are you claiming not to exist? How massive does an object need to be to have gravity?These are but a few of the questions which you haven't fully addressed yet.I would advise you to prepare a much more complete theory about this before you go public. Wouldn't that make 'common sense'?"Fools rush in", as they say.
Iīm just considering a simple Sun-Earth system without rotation.
Incidentally, when you have consulted these demigods and done your calculation, what are you going to do if it gives the wrong answer?After all we already know how much the land moves from things like GPS measurements.
Water is runny; rocks are stiff.
I don't think you know what a gravity gradient is. Could you just give me an idea of what you mean by it and include some numbers please?
CSS.I have made a profound observation about the viscoelastic properties of the crust; I believe it is sufficient to rather severely undermine your conjecture. I have pointed it out before but you seem not to have realised the importance it holds. Here it is again - sorry it's not in TeX.Water is runny; rocks are stiff.