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What does the moon have to do with the waves

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It creates the tides due to it's "pull" on Earth.

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It's magnetic pulls cause the tides if I'm not mistaken.
And can cause how the waves move.

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The moon's gravity pulls the water towards it (and away from it on the other side of the planet).

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I wish I paid attention is Science class :(

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Ahahaha xD
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Sorry, for some reason a while back he started randomly bothering me about being too young? But I'm not? And he was like harassing me for answering questions llegitimatly. Lol.
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Its fine. No worries! Hey, younger people sometime have the best advice! His loss!
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Ikr that's where I learned my answer from ?
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haha didnt either
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You don't have the right to call me young. Young compared to who? You? The world doesn't revolve around you. You're really good at criticizing people and them wimping out and not replying. Obviously, no matter how 'young' I am, I'm still not as idiotic as you are.

I wasn't saying sorry to you, and I wasn't apologizing for being 'young'.
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Magnetic force/pull tends to pull the wave tides over towards the moon.;))

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Both the earth and the moon exert gravitation forces over the other, although onviously that of the earth far exceeds that of the moon.

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