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Focusing solely on the Sun's influence on a Being (located on the surface of the Earth - ignoring the Moon and Atmosphere):

The Mass ratio of Sun to Earth is

**333,000** (2.0 * 10^30 / 6.0 * 10^24)

The Distance ratio of Sun/Earth from a spot on the Earth's surface is

**23,000** (93m / 4k - in miles, but who cares what units, use Angstroms if you wish)

Distance ratio squared is

**530,000,000**Mass / Distance Ratio Squared is

**.0006** (333,000 / 530,000,000)

Additive Sun pull at night =

**.06%**Subtractive Sun pull at day =

**-.06%**Difference in Weight night - day =

**.12%**Difference in 100kg man = .12kg =

**120g**Are any of these calculations wrong?

This is consistant with thenewmans2009's post "100kg is my mass. But to the sun, that only weighs 60 grams. So ..." (Although I don't follow his "So ...). The Sun's attractive power on Newmy is 60 g (and negative 60g at Noon). PERIOD.