I never told anyone about these things…….
I knew this guy since the first time I ever went to school. Anyway, he called me "Fish Mouth.” Actually, he used to call me "Dog mouth.” But he had this fish book he found when he moved in. And he also had this book on Psychology, which seemed more like Yellow pages. I gaped a lot for a fourteen-year-old.
When I went home that day, the fish book was in my bag. And I labeled his name next to that fish he compared me to. Then I chucked it somewhere around my house.
I didn’t know the book had pictures of Coral reefs in Black & White. It’s been three years. And I never read any book outside of school curriculum. This time it’s not so different, I was basically looking at pictures. But I had to see these images when I read an interesting passage.
Our Blue Earth from the bottomless darkness. And the giant white moon revolving around it. The Four picture time-lapse series. Here, the moon remains motionless on one side of the Earth. The entire picture’s still. Second slide, Lunar gravity pulls Earth’s water on the nearer side. Supposed, water-covered Earth appears somewhat similar to the narrow end of a balloon. Third, reactive centrifugal force pulls water right opposite to Lunar gravity. Two narrow ends on one balloon in the fourth picture. As the Earth rotates every day. We get two high and low tides.
The title says, “Newton’s theory of tides.”
Incidentally, I went to the beach shortly after. I saw the waves. I’ve always really liked nature and the ocean. Years before, a friend of mine and I went to the beach. And I heard this stranger-kid#1 say to stranger-kid#2 that “On the beach, you can fly a kite even if you never knew how to fly one before.”
And he was right. His kite took off instantly with the updraft. I watched that kite fly overhead. I...