Angular Acceleration of the Earth
Constants
Garvitational Constant:  Angle that the tidal bulge leads the moon by (given): Height of the tidal bulge (given): Mass of the Earth: Density of water: Calculations
Tidal acceleration Density of the bulges: Volume in the bulges: Mass in the bulges: Torque of the bulges:  Rotational inertia of the earth:

Angular acceleration of the Earth:   Constants
Mass of the Moon: Mean distance between the Earth and Moon now: Rotational period of the Earth:  Orbital period of the moon: Calculations
Orbital velocity of the moon: Angular velocity of the moon: Angular velocity of the Earth: Rotational velocity of the Earth: Rotational inertia of the moon: Ratio of the moon's roatational inertia to the Earth's rotational inertia: Period of the moon's orbit: Derivative of the total angular
momentum w/ respect to time: [27a] [27b] Extrapolating Forward (and backward) in Time
Calculations
Orbital kinetic energy of the moon: Gravitational potential energy of the moon: Rotational kinetic energy of the moon: Rotational kinetic energy of the Earth: Total energy of the system today: Total angular momentum today: Difference in total angular energy from today as a function of mean distance
(I switch from w to W in this section to avoid confusion since I am now talking about angular velocities that are changing with distance) Solving for Wearth:  Solving for Ediff Figure 2 Visual guess of the equilibrium distance: Solving for the angular velocity of the moon at equilibrium: guess value for solve block: Solve Block:   Equilibrium:
Length of a day at equilibrium: Mean distance of moon at equilibrium: Roche Limit:   The Roche limit for the moon in Earth radii: The Roche limit for the moon in current Earth-moon distances: Rate of energy loss:
Rate of energy loss today (given): Combined angular velocity of the system: Experimentally determining a function for the rate of energy loss: Guess function for rate of energy loss: Figure 3 o - Today
Time between two distances:  Figure 4 