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If we assume equivalent density for moon and earth,

Rm/Re =2.626.

then dme = 0.38M * 2.626 / 0.273 =3.656 Giga Meter

Then Inverse biquadrate Gravity constant is G" should be multiplied by 9.549*9.549.

GEFR = 9.5492 * 2.46 = 224.31%

The above value is reasonable because inverse square potantial is larger for outer radius. and the density of the sun converge to over 1,000 times.

ref: http://gravity.wikia.com/wiki/UFT

[edit] Satellite Hypothesis of Earth
Moon is nearer to earth when it is full . That is to say, moon make earth reced more than earth make when it is near the sun. For constant radial gravitational center of sun, earth and moon, Earth should go further when moon is near the sun. 

Unlike most satellites of other planets, the Moon orbits near the ecliptic and not the Earth's equatorial plane. If Earth is satellite of the moon, It is Lunar stationary and  orbits nearly Lunar equatorial plane.

The lunar orbit plane is inclined to the ecliptic by 5.1¡Æ, whereas the Moon's spin axis is inclined by only 1.5¡Æ.

Compared to Moon,  The Earth currently has an axial tilt of about 23.44¡Æ.The axis remains tilted in the same direction towards the stars throughout a year and this means that when a hemisphere (a northern or southern half of the earth) is pointing away from the Sun at one point in the orbit then half an orbit later (half a year later) this hemisphere will be pointing towards the Sun.

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The <A class=new title="Earth (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Earth&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">Earth</A> moves around the moon. Then the mass known as earth's is moon's in inverse square force scheme. The moon is very very dense. But in that scheme, the density of sun is nearly the same as that of water. In the inverse biquadrate scheme, sun is over 100,000 times(tentative due to moon mass) dense. We have believed that sun light is from fusion.&nbsp; In the inverse biquadrate scheme, It can be suggested that hig pressure from high density&nbsp;push lights away from sun.<BR>

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The Rotation period of the <A class=new title="Moon (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Moon&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">Moon</A> is about 28 days which is appropriate value between those of&nbsp;<A class=new title="Mars (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mars&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">Mars</A> and <A class=new title="Venus (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Venus&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">Venus</A>.<BR>
The Moon makes a complete orbit around the Earth with respect to the fixed stars about once every 27.3 days(its <A class=new title="Sidereal period (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sidereal_period&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">sidereal period</A>). However, since the Earth is moving in its orbit about the Sun at the same time, it takes slightly longer for the Moon to show its same <A class=new title="Lunar phase (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lunar_phase&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">phase</A> to Earth, which is about 29.5&nbsp;days (its <A class=new title="Synodic period (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Synodic_period&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">synodic period</A>).<BR>
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<BR>In the conventional inverse square scheme, The Moon is exceptionally large relative to the Earth, being a quarter the diameter of the planet. and the Earth and Moon are still commonly considered a planet-satellite system instead of double planet<BR>

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