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The largest thing on this planet is the salt water mass of the interconnected oceans. Yet our very small moon that you see in the night sky can move all that heavy water powerfully. On some beaches, the tides you see from this small moon's influence are hundreds of metres of difference between the high and low tide mark of the water's edge.
Now consider how scientists always ask you to believe that a truly enormous planet the size of Jupiter doesn’t have any significant pull on the sun! They say it's a tiny or neglible effect. Common sense tells you the largest planet in this solar system is having an ongoing conversation with central mass at of the system, the sun. This “conversation” is like mutually influencing cycle. Jupiter’s orbit can push and pull on the sun, just as the sun can pull upon Jupiter.
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