Author Topic: The ebb and flow is the result of the rotation of the Earth and the gyres  (Read 23186 times)

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Offline waiukuweather

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not true
there is big tides during full moon
but what is true is that new moon tends to have a bit bigger tides...simply because the sun is helping (as the moon is opposite to the suns gravity pull on earth)

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It is believed that the abnormally high "tides of the century" 15 meters high in the Gulf of Saint-Malo, France, are formed during the parade of the planets. Then why in other bays of France and the northern hemisphere, during the parade of the planets, abnormally high "tides of the century" are not formed.
Moreover, in some bays of the Northern Hemisphere during the parade of planets, abnormally low "tides of the century" are formed. (Bay of Fundy, Ungava, Mezen, Penzhinskaya Bay, etc.).
« Last Edit: August 25, 2020, 08:05:34 AM by Fermer05 »
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Re: The ebb and flow is the result of the rotation of the Earth and the gyres
« Reply #52 on: December 23, 2023, 01:41:58 AM »
From the current to the coast, the tidal wave moves at an average speed of 30 km/h, about 10 minutes. (Applied time is 0 to 20 minutes). Applied time is the time it takes a tidal wave to move from the current to the coast and depends on the speed of the tidal wave, the speed at which the tidal wave approaches the tidal wave, the distance from the current to the coast and the angle of inclination of the coast. https://youtu.be/tCuf5jSfzlc?si=yFH2NxfpfCwRUITY
« Last Edit: December 28, 2023, 01:22:05 PM by Fermer05 »
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