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4/21/2015 2:38 pm  #1


Tides in Hyperborea

Are there any special considerations for tidal flows in Hyperborea, given the two moons and the falls at the edge of the sea situation? Is there even a tidal change?


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4/21/2015 2:55 pm  #2


Re: Tides in Hyperborea

I just say they are unpredictably chaotic.  That way they can do whatever I need them to do. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/lol.png


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4/21/2015 2:56 pm  #3


Re: Tides in Hyperborea

I use tides in my game, but I've never worked out the precise science of them. With two moons, a hexagonal flat earth, Saturn close, and the sun a red giant, I had to throw my scientific calculator out the window. 


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4/21/2015 2:59 pm  #4


Re: Tides in Hyperborea

Just assume they are cursed and haunted.

 

4/21/2015 3:44 pm  #5


Re: Tides in Hyperborea

These answers pretty much confirm what I expected. Thanks!


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