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The RB-Effect


All solar radiation - all gravitational interaction - all orbital forces interact with the earth along the plane of the ecliptic. From that perspective - this is what the earth looks like (see below)
 
R1 Is constant at 3949.92 miles.
R0 Varies at the rate of one part in 298.25 (The surface gradient of the outside crust.).
T Varies per specific input. 7, 37, 87, & 155.
t Varies correspondingly according to the Formula:
(13.29 – (0.147667 x ((angle from horizon, i.e.., ecliptic)))
 
Typical forces = 2.38305E21 pounds on each hemisphere above and below the ecliptic

Typical bending moments = 5.37277E27 ft lbs (and will cycle tension (+) to compression (-) four times daily
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