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Jonathan Ainsley Bain
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PostSubject: Why the moon is receding from the Earth   Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:54 pm



When the Moon is about two to three times its current distance from the Earth, then the Earth will lose its tug of war over the Moon to the Sun. At a distance of about 850 to 900 thousand kilometers from the Earth, the force of gravity from the Sun and Earth are about the same. I am not sure if you can even see the detail so it needs to be enlarged:



So on this enlarged scale the Sun is further away to the left by about six screen or book widths. The departure point is a ratio of roughly 173 times closer to the Earth than it is to the Sun because the Sun is about 30 000 times more massive than the Earth. 173 x 173 = about 30 000. The force of gravity decreases by the inverse of the square.





This was generated with g=m/r^2
and
my solution to the many-body-problem:
http://www.flight-light-and-spin.com/many-body-problem.htm


quoted from here:

http://www.flight-light-and-spin.com/why-moon-receding-from-earth.htm
updated September 22 2014

I am LOL at how mainstream science just sucked up and regurgitated the tidal theory.
How can they get it soooo wrong?
Scientists are the worst Sheeple
lol!


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