*An ideal rope, whether you like it or not must have the same tension throughout it's whole length,*

So there can be "ONLY ONE FORCE" The readers can see that you have nothing going for you here, that is takes less than 15 seconds to debunk your messages.

*Note the situation you are trying to model, the gravitational attraction between the 2 objects.*

This force is given by the equation:

F=GMm/r^2.

This will be the same for each body, they must be EXACTLY the same.The universal "law" of gravitational attraction tells us that the force exerted for each body, the Earth - Moon system, must be exactly the same.

Moon attractive force for Earth:

F

_{mn} = 2.1096 x 10

^{19} kgf

F

_{mn} = [(G x M

_{mn})/d

^{2}] x M

_{e}Earth attractive force for Moon:

F

_{e} = 2.1096 x 10

^{19} kgf

F

_{e} = [(G x M

_{e})/d

^{2}] x M

_{mn}M

_{mn} = 7.349 x 10

^{25} gm

M

_{e} = 5.9736 x 10

^{27} gm

d = 3.7633 x 10

^{10} cm

If a single counterexample could be found which defies the equation F=GMm/r

^{2}, then that would mean that the forces exerted by the Earth and the Moon on each other, in the Newtonian mechanics context, must be different from one another.

DEPALMA SPINNING BALL EXPERIMENT:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg753387#msg753387The law of universal gravitation totally defied: FOR THE SAME MASS OF THE STEEL BALLS, AND THE SAME SUPPOSED LAW OF ATTRACTIVE GRAVITY, THE ROTATING BALL WEIGHED LESS AND TRAVELED HIGHER THAN THE NON-ROTATING BALL.

BIEFELD-BROWN EFFECT:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg1852363#msg1852363NIPHER EXPERIMENT:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg1852840#msg1852840LAMOREAUX EXPERIMENT:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg1616174#msg1616174ALLAIS EFFECT:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg760382#msg760382TOTAL DEMOLITION OF STR/GTR:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg769750#msg769750Hence, we have a most direct proof of the double forces of attractive gravitation paradox,

**and that the rope will be transmitting two different forces.**In the two boats on a lake example, connected by a rope, the forces exerted on each of end of the rope, forces A and B, will ALWAYS be different, which means that the balance of forces equation will include TWICE the forces needed in the Newtonian system.

**Net force on boat X: A + B**

Net force on boat Y: -A - B

Net force on the string: [-A - B] + [A + B]By contrast, the analysis based only on a single force being transmitted through the rope, leads to a most direct contradiction: |A|=|B|. But forces A and B can never be exactly the same.

Earth attracts the Moon, BUT ALSO an equal Earth anchored “attraction” force is pulling the Earth toward the Moon.

The Moon attract the Earth, BUT ALSO this Moon seated force is equally pulling the Moon toward the Earth.

There are FOUR FORCES INVOLVED HERE.

"All attraction models" produce twice the force that is required to balance the centrifugal forces of orbit!