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With regards to your dc battery you have still created a circuit.
:why that same delay should not exist when the gravity is being destroyed?:Why on earth are you thinking about destroying gravity?
The tides are affected by the sun, moon and earths gravity and probably by other things to- just because they follow the moon- really doesn't prove anything as if it was just the moon the tides could be larger or smaller- The other things affect the tides to- but how? does the earths gravity increase or decrease the tide- how does the sun affect it- You do not know is the answer.
how- does the earths gravity increase or decrease the tide?-
Quotehow- does the earths gravity increase or decrease the tide?- The tide arises because the Earth isn't flat. No hang-on that sounds stupid... What I mean is that because the Earth isn't flat it is spread out at a range of distances from both the Sun and the Moon. For example, the side of the Earth that is in daylight is (a bit) closer to the Sun than the side that is in darkness. The same applies to the sides facing and away from the Moon - much smaller than the sun but also 400 x closer.
It is this difference in gravitational pull from front-to-back that gives an imbalance in gravitation. It's a small difference (about 1/10,000,000th of the Earth's gravity) but acting on a large mobile body of water the effect is clearly measureable as a small 'bulge'. Throw in the Earth's spin and the Moon's orbit around the Earth and everything works. What complicates tide prediction is teh funnelling effects of landmasses i.e. tide heights close to land, in inlets and channels are much more varied than in open ocean.If you want to see the maths (and it's not hard to follow) have a look at the link from:http://www.clupeid.demon.co.uk/tides/simple.htmlBest wishes,Batroost
Is'nt it About time we had a new question?
QUESTION:DOES MIXING ALCOHOLIC DRINKS GET YOU DRUNK FASTER?
QuoteIs'nt it About time we had a new question?A new way for Trolly to say "LAST POST!"....?
QUESTION OF THE WEEKQ1: How can birds sit on power lines without getting electrocuted?
I thoughht they tested that onmythbusters and it didn't really work.Also, I note with mild amusement that everyone seems to have forgotten question 2 et seq which probably answers it.
Q5: What makes Super Glue so strong?
Q4: Why do mints make your breath feel cold?
The sensation of coolness is the major effect of menthol when it is applied to the skin or mucosal surface. This is a specific action of menthol on the sensory nerves as menthol alters the movement of calcium. Menthol also acts as an irritant and as a local anaesthetic. The anaesthetic response is probably also caused by menthol’s effect on calcium movement in the sensory nerves, but the irritant response is most likely a nonspecific action.Menthol’s effect on calcium transport is probably responsible for the fact that menthol can be used to treat the spasming of the smooth muscle large bowel as observed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).Menthol has a complex sensory effect in the mouth as it influences both taste and temperature receptors as well as smell. Prolonged exposure of the taste receptors to menthol anaesthetised them. While the nerve response after a dose of menthol lasted 2.5 seconds, the tongue receptors remained insensitive to menthol for up to 10 minutes. This was not observed for salt (NaCl) or other solutions.