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Flat Earth Q&A / Tide - Moon and Sun gravity?
« on: October 30, 2012, 10:38:23 AM »
The official science explanation for the tide is the Moon and Sun gravitational "pull". They fail to explain why there are two high tides a day and offer just a good explanation for ONE tide (Moon "pulls" water located under it). But they brush off the opposite side of the tide with explanations as "gravitation pull of Moon deducts for Earths one".
Well... no. That deduction is true for the first case, for the second case the gravitational pull would ADD up, being vectors pointing in the same direction, generating a low tide on opposite side of Earth from Moon, not another high tide.

Per FE theory, tides would be better explained with a under-side gravitational objects (counter-Moons) to create the two low tide points at 90deg off. The "high tide" point opposite of Moon would be just the "normal" level of oceans, higher than lower tides of counter-Moons and lower than high tide of Moon.

Is that all? Can it be something more?

Flat Earth General / Flat Earth got on Yahoo first page
« on: October 29, 2012, 09:25:12 AM »

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