# The variable magnetic field of the Moon

Current physics does not accept or rather understand that during the full moon and new moon, a very strong surface magnetic field is generated.

Specifically, the moon develops a strong electric field on its surface and this strong electric field creates a strong magnetic field — every time you change an electric field, you create a magnetic field.

This surface magnetic field induces a noticeable impact on Earth’s magnetic field when the moon swings through Earth’s magnetic tail.

In fact, it is the cause of the tides, but under current physics, it is hypothetically assumed that the tides are caused by the gravitational pull. In my opinion, this view is complete nonsense even if one considers for the sake of agreement, that gravity is the dominant force.

Do you know that new gravitational law had to be invented to suit the theory of the tides? In other words, although, Newton’s law states that the gravitational attraction force between two point masses is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of their separating distance. Yet this law is violated by stating that the tidal force acting on an astronomical body, such as the earth, is directly proportional to the diameter of that astronomical body and inversely proportional to the cube of the distance from another body producing the gravitational attraction.

So, the obvious question is why only in the case of the tides, the gravitational attraction is inversely proportional to the cube of the distance?

In my understanding of physical reality, the moon does not have a hidden tide that pulls on the earth’s magnetosphere, but instead, it has a variable magnetic field that has a big impact on the earth’s magnetosphere, specifically during its peak strength.

In fact, during its peak strength, the magnetic field of the moon has a more significant impact on the overall magnetic field of the earth than the sun’s magnetic field. This magnetic field reaches its highest strength during both the full moon and the new moon, and this magnetic field is the root cause of the tides.

But, of course under the current gravity physics, the gravitational pull of the moon causes the tides. Note, that current physics which considers gravity as the dominant force in the Universe is the reason for not understanding the most important facts about our own star, our own planet, our own moon, and the Universe as a whole.

You might be shocked if I tell you that the so-called proton radius puzzle, which is not solved yet in spite of the claim after so many efforts, is caused by the same physics mechanism that causes the earth’s tides.

Featured image credit: The Watchers

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