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Earths spherical measurements .The grids on the plane surface globe.

 
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Earths spherical measurements .The grids on the plane surface globe.
We've all seen a globe of earth. The lo gitute and lattitude lines all meet neatly at the north and south poles. But its like saying thetes a top and bottom to a ball. What a joke. All the points on a ball could be north south east west
What if texas was At the north pole? It would look smaller? No. But the surface grid lines will when redrawn.
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Re: Earths spherical measurements .The grids on the plane surface globe.
Illusions.
They took a ball put points on it drew lines on it. There is no ball.
Antaractica is a huge huge mass of land covered by snow and ice from the coast but at its equator its hot. We arent to see that illusion.
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Re: Earths spherical measurements .The grids on the plane surface globe.
And check this: the second word .IMAGINARY line. And original meaning of equator.day n night.


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e·qua·tor
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noun: equator; plural noun: equators
an imaginary line drawn around the earth equally distant from both poles, dividing the earth into northern and southern hemispheres and constituting the parallel of latitude 0°.
a corresponding line on a planet or other body.
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short for celestial equator.
Origin
late Middle English: from medieval Latin aequator, in the phrase circulus aequator diei et noctis ‘circle equalizing day and night’, from Latin aequare ‘make equal’ (see equate)





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