I like this.
But if the moon is a major factor you would expect the times to be about 50 minutes later each day, as the moon rises 50 minutes later each day.
These tides are going backwards, earlier each day.
So there is some further complication, yet it's predictable.
Anybody have any idea?
By the way, I've been on the gulf coast of Mexico, and not only is there one tide per day, it's at the same time every day. How can that happen?