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Rudy1962 9 Apr 25
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Actually, it depends where you stand. The closer you get to the poles, the slower you move. If you stand on the N (or S) pole you just rotate once every 24 hours...zero speed.

Sorry; retired science teacher....

Robecology Level 8 Apr 26, 2019
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lmao so true

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It's also orbiting the sun at about 67,000 mph, so going 80 in a 65 isn't really that bad, now is it, officer?

Kynlei Level 8 Apr 25, 2019
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Excellent observation! Now I understand why that happens. 😉

MojoDave Level 9 Apr 25, 2019
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