The tides in Maine range from about 9 feet to about 20 feet. This is due to gravity and the geography of the mainland, the islands, and the topography of the ocean floor.
Flat earthers have no data upon which to build their own tide models. They may ascribe the tidal changes to the movement of marine life or electromagnetic activity, but they have no tide models and no data upon which to build those models. They have no ability to predict tides on their own. And they are left with the fact that the vast differences in tidal ranges means that the oceans are not flat and level, even on calm days.
Oasis triumphant return to Manchester in April 1996. Forty-thousand Oasis fans in a stadium. There was the ecstasy of all 40,000 people knowing all the words to all the songs. Maine road encapsulated the feeling of brit-pop euphoria that ran rife through the 40,000 strong crowd. This was rock as religious spectacle. This gig is from the first night of those 2 legendary gigs.