Tides and the Ambient Field

Tides and the Ambient Field

Reverse engineering Tidal Theory from the Tide Tables for Cristobal [Colón, Panama 9° 21′ 26″ N 79° 53′ 55″ W] in the Caribbean Sea provides some very surprising insights.

Cristobal Tide Tables

The first step in the analysis is to identify Day Time Tides [high and low tide data points] that occur during a 12 hour day that runs from 06:00 in the morning until 18:00 in the evening [local time].

Clearly the Ambient Force [that causes Day Time Tides] is asymmetrical through the year.

Generally, the Ambient Force is [predominantly] pulling the Day Time Tides above the datum [outer green ring] in December.

Conversely, the Ambient Force is [predominantly] pushing the Day Time Tides below the datum [outer green ring] in June.

Cristobal Day Time Tides

The second step in the analysis is to identify Night Time Tides [high and low tide data points] that occur during a 12 hour night that runs from 18:00 in the evening until 06:00 in the morning [local time].

Clearly the Ambient Force [that causes Night Time Tides] is asymmetrical through the year.

Generally, the Ambient Force is [predominantly] pulling the Night Time Tides above the datum [outer green ring] in June.

Conversely, the Ambient Force is [predominantly] pushing the Night Time Tides below the datum [outer green ring] in December.

Cristobal Night Time Tides

Combining the Day Time and Night Time restores the usual symmetry of the Tides

Cristobal Tides

However, the [apparent] visual symmetry is very misleading:
a) In December the Day Time pull and the Night Time push are directed towards the Sun.
b) In June the Day Time push and the Night Time pull are directed away from the Sun.

Cristobal Ambient Field

The combined [Day Time and Night Time] Ambient Force peaks in late June and late December.

Thus, the Ambient Force is clearly driving:
1) The Earth’s Tides.
2) The Earth’s Orbital Perihelion in early January.
3) The Earth’s Orbital Aphelion in early July.

Additionally, the Earth’s lake, sea and ocean tides dissipate [approximately] 72% of the Ambient Force because [tidal] water covers [roughly] 72% of the Earth’s surface.

Therefore, the tidal dissipation of the Ambient Force explains the Earth’s low orbital eccentricity and suggests that Venus [with an even lower orbital eccentricity] is still a molten [tidal] planet.

Planetary attributes

Intriguingly, the direction of the Ambient Force [at the Earth’s Equator] suggests that the Ambient Force is also driving the Earth’s spiral orbit [around the Sun] as the Sun travels at “about 370 km/s in the direction of Crater or Leo.”

The Ambient Force at Earths Equator

Finally, within this context, it is fascinating to note that the Earth’s Equator is aligned with the Ambient Field and the Earth’s Axis of Rotation is at right angles to the Ambient Field.

The constancy of this alignment suggests the Ambient Field determines the [constant] axial alignment of the Earth as it orbits the Sun.

Seasons - Ambient Force

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