Pull down the moon dating
Lower wages have not pulled down the price of consumer goods, and many people can no longer afford the bare necessities.
Airline ticket prices have risen over the past year, but lower fuel costs should soon pull them down.
Yes, in a couple billion years or so tides on Earth raised by the Moon will have slowed our planet down enough such that both the Moon and Earth keep the same sides facing each other.
For the Earth-Moon system, in a few billion years our Moon will be so close to Earth that Earth’s gravity pulls it apart.
When that happens the debris from the Moon will form a ring system around Earth much like Saturn’s ring system.
27 days) our planet forces the position of high-tide to occur ahead of where the moon is, not directly below the moon (see diagram).
Basically, Earth is pushing the high tide ahead of the Moon.