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The actual ocean tides explained
« on: September 24, 2019, 03:31:31 PM »
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Re: The actual ocean tides explained
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2019, 05:03:37 PM »
ohh,very interesting :)

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Re: The actual ocean tides explained
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2019, 12:15:05 PM »
https://i.imgur.com/rXGQu.gif
The moving gray bars are where the “bulge” would be, if there were two bulges


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Re: The actual ocean tides explained
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2019, 03:01:01 AM »
Why is there a high content of hydrogen sulfide in the east of the Mediterranean Sea and there are no tides?

According to the “lunar theory of tides,” a tidal wave enters the Mediterranean Sea through the Strait of Gibraltar, pulsating every 12 hours and until the east of the Mediterranean tidal wave barely reaches.
And according to the circulation theory of the tides, the flow that flows into the Mediterranean Sea spins the cycles much faster than in the east of the Mediterranean Sea. https://youtu.be/wlvkrRdYNZ0
According to the “lunar theory of tides,” a tidal wave in the Atlantic Ocean moves from east to west after the moon, and crashes into the eastern coast of South and North America.
Then, reflecting, it moves back east and flows into the throat of the Mediterranean, Baltic, White and other seas.
The pattern of tidal wave movement from the North Atlantic Ocean to Chukotka. https://www.esr.org/research/polar-tide-models/movies/?fbclid=IwAR3fB506PI_LBQcjUyDVVjtSjLNW_voHpajgMBjuTXOPK9I4aMGcdT8rFYg
The height of the tides in the west of the Mediterranean Sea reaches 1.2 meters, in the east of 15 cm.
The average depth of the Mediterranean Sea is 1500 meters, in the east 1700 meters. The maximum depth is 5000 meters.
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Re: The actual ocean tides explained
« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2019, 02:23:15 AM »
There is no "water theory of the tides".  The old theory of the tides (Newton) was displaced by the Dynamic theory of the tides.   But please never stop promoting your new theory. 
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Re: The actual ocean tides explained
« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2019, 01:48:54 AM »
Planting by the Phases of the Moon
https://www.gardeningbythemoon.com/moon-phase-gardening/
The Earth is in a large gravitational field, influenced by both the sun and moon. The tides are highest at the time of the new and the full moon, when sun and moon are lined up with earth. Just as the moon pulls the tides in the oceans, it also pulls upon the subtle bodies of water, causing moisture to rise in the earth, which encourages growth.