Ocean Tides on Flat Earth Explained

Ocean Tides on Flat Earth Explained


Ocean Tides on Flat Earth Explained

The electromagnetic energy of the sun and moon directly creates tides because of the diamagnetic properties of water. The sun, actually being close and small, has an immediate and local affect on the ocean.

Proof of the Close Flat Earth Sun

Water Is naturally diamagnetic, which means it repels a magnetic field. It creates a magnetic field in opposition to an externally applied magnetic field. The close sun is a positive electromagnetic energy repelling the water in the ocean, creating low tides and and the moon is a negative electromagnetic energy causing high tides. They work together like a perfectly designed machine.

If you look on a flat earth map, the path of the sun through the year (tropic of cancer to the tropic of Capricorn) is exactly where all the most and extreme tides are found on earth. When the sun and moon are perfectly aligned on flat earth the tides are highest.

In the following video you will see experiments done with water being repelled by magnets and creating a ripple affect.
Flat Earth: Tides and the electromagnetic energy of the sun and moon, Part 1:

4 thoughts on “Ocean Tides on Flat Earth Explained

  1. Fredrick July 30, 2021 at 12:23 am Reply

    If tides happen with the oceans but has no effect on rivers and lakes does that mean that the electromagnetic energy of the sun and moon only work with salt water?


    • Richard Shitler May 9, 2022 at 5:26 pm Reply

      Excellent point fredrick but we aint havin one of that shit round here, take your smartass back to nasa where youre keeping your fake secrets and immortality serums


      • ScHLooGn October 15, 2022 at 1:21 am

        But why does the moon’s gravity not effect rivers? Does it’s gravity only work on salt water?


    • kslay11 December 10, 2022 at 5:55 am Reply

      i guess rivers don’t have tides because they’re moving… maybe? apparently the great lakes have minor tidal changes, to the point they’re considered mostly non tidal. perhaps the amount of water matters? not sold on flat earth but definitely possible the current mainstream model may also be inaccurate.


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