Something is very fishy with the tides

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#21
The force of attraction is dependant on the mass of BOTH objects; lots of earth/moon and lots of water equals lots of force. Where as lots of earth and only 200lbs of person= just enough to hold you down.
 

KorbenDallas

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Gravity is what holds the planets in orbit around the sun and what keeps the moon in orbit around Earth. The gravitational pull of the moon pulls the seas towards it, causing the ocean tides. Gravity creates stars and planets by pulling together the material from which they are made.

What is gravity? :: NASA Space Place

It’s fairly obvious that all this gravity based Moon tide thing is a bunch of non-sense.
  • Moon gravity: 1.62 m/s2
  • Sun gravity: 274 m/s2
The Sun’s pull is 200 times stronger. Strong enough to force the entire planet Earth to maintain its orbit around the Sun, or so the say.

Sun influenced tides should make our planet look like a large washing machine. This is obviously not the case. I’m not gonna be posting that gravitational gradient BS explanation of why this is not happening. It can be found on Wikipedia. The pull is strong enough for the planet, but too week to proportionately influence the waters.

It’s their style to convolute the issue to the point where normal people just give up and have to rely on smart pseudo scientists.

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And here is why groundwater does not get squeezed out to the surface with Moon passage.

The gravity change from Earth tides squeezes the sediment, and therefore changes the pressure of the water in the pores. The atmospheric tides add to the weight that is sitting on top of the groundwater and cause a change in stress that results in a downward squeezing.

LOL. Groundwater is actually being pushed down instead of being pulled.

Scientists clearly do all they can to force their non working model instead of saying how it actually is.
 

UnusualBean

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#23
I find the idea that the moon's effect on tides is due to electromagnetism rather than gravity to be very interesting. If that's really the case, then it's very sneaky of the establishment indeed, hiding the full truth inside of a half truth so that people don't ask deeper questions. It wouldn't be the first time, that's for sure.
 

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