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Re: On Tidal Bulges...

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Posted by Michael Wright on February 21, 2001 18:52:55 UTC

By tidal bulges do you mean high tide in water, or a tidal bulge affecting the earth in general (maybe stretching the earth into more of an ellipse). If you are speaking of tidal bulges as water tides, I have an explanation for you. Which one is what youa re asking?

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