(06-03-2013, 09:48 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote: more important is when you see the dark side of the moon appear facing the earth
odd that no one ever brings that up in conversation
if it happened , what would it indicate ?
as a rotation without a spin
is it odd ?
if the pole shifts 161 miles on earth
why is the moon's rotation not effected by that
this is magnetic attraction is it not ?
if the earths magnetic field is sliding sideways
and the moon and earth are connected by magnetic attraction
what effect is that having on the moon ?
core to core nothing changes ,,,,, right ?
so the moon remains facing the earth with the same surface , right ?
my surface seems out of kilt a bit now
Interesting, the moon does have a magnetic field, though extremely weak. The thought is the moon and earth are locked in place by gravity.
However, even with it's weak magnetic field it is conceivable something could happen. As Einstein's theory suggests, gravity is the observable effect of the curvature of space.
Gravity may not come into play as much as scientists once thought.
Recently I've been reading a few electric universe theories which state gravity and magnetism are unified by something they dubbed space-time vacuum energy, and the electric field.
A far cry from physics we learned in school, but it may be possible that Gravity and magnetism are actually the same force expressed in different ways.