Re: Tides and water levels on a flat earth
« Reply #20 on: October 18, 2020, 04:57:56 PM »
I'm not saying NGT is incorrect. I'm saying that video makers interpretations of NGT are misleading.

Trying to look at tidal ranges between the Maldives and Alaska proves nothing unless you evaluate the geographic and bathymetric context of those locations.

The bulge of water is small in the deep, broad parts of the ocean. That bulge can basically pile up when narrow, constricted embayments make up the coastline.
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