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Fell the sea in Nafplio and εμφάνησε a huge beach! Phenomenon that has puzzled scientists [video]

Coming out of the sea outside, we have seen several times. Goes, but, media, and…
yes, so much to the point where it created a new huge beach, we don’t see often. That is why all the Third in Nafplio were left with the mouth open.
The rare phenomenon recorded by the lens of Αργολικών News on the coastal road Nafplio-Nea Kios, Tuesday, 8 December 2015.
The rare phenomenon
Tide, in common naval language “mcrea”, is called the natural phenomenon of the periodical rise and descent of the water level of a large lake and mainly of the seas. The level rise is called high tide, while the cathode is called low tide. Together, high tide and low tide are the tide phenomenon.
This phenomenon repeated two more times 24 hours a day (precisely 24 hours 50′ and 30″) is due to the gravitational attraction of the Moon and of the Sun on Earth, as well as the rotation of celestial bodies such. 24 hours and 50,5 minutes elapse, and between two “crossings” of the Moon over a place, that is, two “upper μεσουρανήσεων” as they are called.
So, one high tide occurs on the upper μεσουράνηση of the Moon at one place and the other in the lower μεσουράνηση down from the same place by completing 12 hours and 25 minutes from the first. Besides, both αμπώτιδες occur when the Moon is in the east, and then (after 12hours and 25¢) in the west. On this occurs, and the relationship of the Moon and of the phenomenon.
Because in addition to the height of the water level depends not only on the distance Earth – Moon and Earth – Sun shows that the Sun has nothing to do with the tide. It is also found that the amount of water depends on the phases of the Moon, i.e. from the position of the Sun. And this because, in the conjugations, that is, during the session (new moon) and opposition (full moon) is observed the highest level, while during the τετραγωνισμούς (E.T. and T.Sq.) it is noted the lower.