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Quote from: Bored chemist on 20/08/2018 19:14:51Do the calculation and tell me when it's next going to be high tide in London, (or admit that your method won't work)What is more important to you, the calculations of the tide on the coast of London or the recognition that the theory of whirlpools is erroneous. In my second you are more important.Choose one of the two.

Do the calculation and tell me when it's next going to be high tide in London, (or admit that your method won't work)

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 17/08/2018 11:16:45Chinese astronomers of that time predicting the tides relied on intuition experience and perennial data.And modern astronomers rely on virtual theories.And the forecast of that time, I believe was more accurate.What you believe is of little importance. Provide an example of a chinese tide table that can be compared to a modern one.All users of modern tide tables will confirm that they are extremely accurate.

Chinese astronomers of that time predicting the tides relied on intuition experience and perennial data.And modern astronomers rely on virtual theories.And the forecast of that time, I believe was more accurate.

According to the formula of the moon theory of tides, tidal waves of equal height should be created on the ground.

And nothing is written about the size and speed of the tidal wave.

In Wikipedia, the formula for the force of gravity in all languages is one, and the formula for the height of the tides, in all languages, is different.What do you say to this.https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Прилив_и_отлив

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 28/08/2018 14:26:18In Wikipedia, the formula of centrifugal force in all languages is one, in all languages, is different.What do you say to this.https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Прилив_и_отливBecause, as has been pointed out before, the tides are affected by many different things. Gravitational forces are only one part of it.

In Wikipedia, the formula of centrifugal force in all languages is one, in all languages, is different.What do you say to this.https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Прилив_и_отлив

this is clearly a wrong answer.

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 28/08/2018 14:26:18In Wikipedia, the formula of centrifugal force in all languages is one, and the formula for the height of the tides, in all languages, is different.What do you say to this.https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Прилив_и_отливBecause, as has been pointed out before, the tides are affected by many different things. Gravitational forces are only one part of it.

In Wikipedia, the formula of centrifugal force in all languages is one, and the formula for the height of the tides, in all languages, is different.What do you say to this.https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Прилив_и_отлив