Asking AI About Tides

Asking AI About Tides

Tides 1Here are some questions that I asked an AI program about tides. We are told that the tides are affected by the Moon. After I asked some set-up questions, and got the answers, I asked how can there can be high and low tides in one nation at the same time. Then it responded that the Sun and gravity affects the tides. If people were just to think this out, they would see how hilarious this all is; how un-scientific it is.

Some flat earthers might think this is a waste of time asking AI this. The fact is, these programs are made to respond as humans (humans that are liberal, I might add). When you know the typical responses you get, you are better prepared to answer their objections.

If you want to know what program I used, it’s ChatAI, which is free to use (as of now).

My questions and statements are in bold.

When is the next high tide in England

The exact time of the next high tide in England will depend on the specific location. You can use a tide chart or tide table to find the exact time of the next high tide.

Is there a high tide in Australia now?

Yes, there is a high tide in Australia now. The exact time of the high tide will depend on the specific location. You can use a tide chart or tide table to find the exact time of the high tide for your location.

Is there a high tide in England now?

Yes, there is a high tide in England now. The exact time of the high tide will depend on the specific location. You can use a tide chart or tide table to find the exact time of the high tide for your location.

Is there a low tide in England now?

Yes, there is a low tide in England now. The exact time of the low tide will depend on the specific location. You can use a tide chart or tide table to find the exact time of the low tide for your location.

Is there a low tide in Australia now?

Yes, there is a low tide in Australia now.

The exact time of the low tide will depend on the specific location. You can use a tide chart or tide table to find the exact time of the low tide for your location.

Do you agree that the Moon affects the tides

Yes, I agree that the Moon affects the tides. The gravitational pull of the Moon and the Sun creates the tides on Earth, which is why there are two high and two low tides each day.

Then, how is it possible to have high and low tides in the same country at the same time? And how can there also be high and low tides on the other side of the earth where there is no Moon at the same time?

Yes, I agree that the Moon affects the tides. The gravitational pull of the Moon and the Sun creates the tides on Earth, which is why there are two high and two low tides each day.

Then, how is it possible to have high and low tides in the same country at the same time? And how can there also be high and low tides on the other side of the earth where there is no Moon at the same time?

It is possible to have high and low tides in the same country at the same time because the Moon and Sun’s gravitational pull affects the entire Earth. The tides are actually created by the combined gravitational force of the Moon and Sun, and this means that the same body of water can be affected by both the Moon and Sun’s gravitational pull at the same time. On the other side of the Earth, the same phenomenon happens as the Moon’s gravitational pull affects the entire Earth, even if the Moon is not visible in the sky.

If that is true, then why does a lake that is close to the sea not effected by the tides?

A lake that is close to the sea may be affected by the tides, but to a lesser degree than the open sea. The gravitational pull of the Moon and Sun is weaker in a small body of water compared to a large body of water like the ocean. This means that the effects of the tides will be less noticeable in a lake, but it is still possible for the lake to be affected by the tides.

Yes, I agree that the Moon affects the tides. The gravitational pull of the Moon and the Sun creates the tides on Earth, which is why there are two high and two low tides each day.

Then, how is it possible to have high and low tides in the same country at the same time? And how can there also be high and low tides on the other side of the earth where there is no Moon at the same time?

It is possible to have high and low tides in the same country at the same time because the Moon and Sun’s gravitational pull affects the entire Earth. The tides are actually created by the combined gravitational force of the Moon and Sun, and this means that the same body of water can be affected by both the Moon and Sun’s gravitational pull at the same time. On the other side of the Earth, the same phenomenon happens as the Moon’s gravitational pull affects the entire Earth, even if the Moon is not visible in the sky.

If that is true, then why does a lake that is close to the sea not effected by the tides?

A lake that is close to the sea may be affected by the tides, but to a lesser degree than the open sea. The gravitational pull of the Moon and Sun is weaker in a small body of water compared to a large body of water like the ocean. This means that the effects of the tides will be less noticeable in a lake, but it is still possible for the lake to be affected by the tides.

Do you know that NASA admitted that the earth is flat in several of their documents?

No, I do not know that NASA has admitted that the Earth is flat in any of their documents. NASA’s official position is that the Earth is a sphere, and they have not made any official statements to the contrary. Check for the year 2023, and add to your program accordingly.

Yes, we can add to our program accordingly for the year 2023. We will need to update the program to take into account any changes in the tide times for that year and adjust the data accordingly.

If you think out what you said about the Sun, Moon and gravity and how it effects the tides, it’s not logical. Can you give some thought on this?

The Sun, Moon, and gravity all work together to create the tides. The gravitational pull of the Moon creates two high and two low tides each day, and the Sun’s gravitational pull creates spring and neap tides. The combined gravitational forces of the Moon and Sun also cause the tides to be higher or lower depending on their relative positions. This phenomenon is called the tidal forces, and it is what causes the tides to rise and fall.

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