You're still misrepresenting vital facts.My objective was to determine if it was possible for wind and "waves" to push the illegal immigrants from UK waters (the claim was they were approx 5km inside UK waters before propulsion failed) back in to French waters (1-2Nm where they were found). I have proved it wasn't. All credible sources agree with me.
I got the weather wrong as I misread the historic source. I accepted this and used the Dover buoy historic source. Given it was an F3 (A gentle breeze of 7-10kts), the wind made little difference.
I based my first model on the report that the survivors were found 7NM off the coast of Calais as per the Wiki page. My initial EP was therefore 2NM SE to their location.
In all my Models I used Dover <M> which is the closest tidal stream with dover as the reference port.
I've repeatedly told you that you model from HW Dover as its the reference (Standard Port) for tidal flow. Local tides are irrelevant.
I modelled two scenarios from loss of propulsion Midnight and 2AM UTC. When they started is irrelevant. We know where they were found and approximately when they went in to the water (as in MOB) /lost propulsion. The Time of MOB.
I have no objection to scrutiny, but its helpful if you learn the established methods/science. I showed you repeatedly how to calculate everything. Instead you tried to make up your own method and mostly got it wrong.
Their departure time is vitally relevant.
If they started at 20.00hrs, (instead of midnight) at 5 knots, the would have sailed about 20 nautical miles more than your estimation, (around half of their intended journey).
If the distance of drift is reduced to less than a mile, it becomes perfectly conceivable that the bodies may have drifted that amount.
Your errors were always in favour of supporting your prejudice and hostility towards refugees.