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DOES THE SUN RISE IN THE EAST and SET IN THE WEST or DOES THE SUN RISE IN THE WEST AND SET IN THE EAST?

Alacrity 2013/06/22 07:22:12
Related Topics: Fish, Sun, South, Pole
Sunrise in the East
Sunset in the West
Sunrise in the West
Sunset in the East
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All of the above
None of the above
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EXCEPT AT THE NORTH POLE OR AT THE SOUTH POLE
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SO HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE NORTH POLE and SOUTH POLE
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  • random.act5ofvi0let 2013/06/22 12:30:09 (edited)
    None of the above
    random.act5ofvi0let
    +1
    The sun doesnt ' rise' at all.:)
  • Alacrity random.... 2013/06/23 03:48:04 (edited)
    Alacrity
    +1
    Then, it only sets, you say?
  • random.... Alacrity 2013/07/01 00:08:58
    random.act5ofvi0let
    +1
    The sun doesn't do anything at all..it's the Earth that does all of the work in it's rotation...the sun..just takes all the credit..typical, full of hot air..the sun..it's a show off! Don't encourage it!;)
  • Alacrity random.... 2013/07/01 00:14:49
    Alacrity
    +1
    You've got that right, Random.act5 See this showoff.
    sunrise sunset
  • random.... Alacrity 2013/07/01 00:27:41
    random.act5ofvi0let
    +1
    I don't want it to see me staring....
  • Alacrity random.... 2013/07/01 00:41:47
    Alacrity
    staring...????? are you a movie star?
  • CWOO10 - PWCM 2013/06/22 11:05:19
    Sunset in the West
    CWOO10 - PWCM
    +1
    Where I live the sun rises in the East and sets in the West 100% of the time
  • Alacrity CWOO10 ... 2013/06/23 03:51:02 (edited)
    Alacrity
    Does that get boring? tiresome? repetitious? monotenous?
    repetitious and redundant
  • Clay Sl... CWOO10 ... 2013/06/23 15:43:56
    Clay Slayer
    No the sun staid in its own little orbit and the earths rotation and orbit changes the area of the earth where the sun is visable...
  • Sofia ☆ Come Along, Pond 2013/06/22 10:16:00
    Sunset in the East
    Sofia ☆ Come Along, Pond
    +1
    Generally in the east, though depending on the time of year at that latitude, it will vary from the northeast around the Summer Solstice, to the southeast around the Winter Solstice.
  • Alacrity Sofia ☆... 2013/06/23 03:53:32
    Alacrity
    +1
    That's what I thought.
  • Alacrity Alacrity 2013/06/23 03:54:23
  • ⚥Κόζμω ... Sofia ☆... 2013/06/23 07:37:22 (edited)
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +1
    you either got the Earth rotating the wrong way for that to happen, assuming the northern hemisphere, flipped end for end or a buggered compass. 'doubt you going backwards in time as I can see your text is written the right way
  • Alacrity ⚥Κόζμω ... 2013/06/24 01:46:42
    Alacrity
    Yeah, I'm not Chinese--am I?
  • Alacrity 2013/06/22 07:26:53
    None of the above
    Alacrity
    At the North Pole there are months without a sunrise or a sunset.
    And at the South Pole there are months without a sunrise or a sunset.
    It all depends where you live on the globe, Doesn't it?
  • ⚥Κόζμω ... Alacrity 2013/06/23 07:43:12
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +1
    if right on the poles you have only one sunrise/sunset a year but it may take a couple days or so when the Sun touches the horizon to when it winks out.
  • Alacrity ⚥Κόζμω ... 2013/06/23 08:28:38
    Alacrity
    +1
    Isn't that cool... especially at the Poles... minus 100º
  • ⚥Κόζμω ... Alacrity 2013/06/23 21:18:00
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +1
    Assuming you're using Fahrenheit, only gets that cold in the Antarctic, has miles thick ice on solid ground whereas the Arctic is only some yards thick floating on seawater
  • Alacrity ⚥Κόζμω ... 2013/06/24 05:00:14
    Alacrity
    +1
    Is that where beer freezes on the back porch? all year round?
  • ⚥Κόζμω ... Alacrity 2013/06/24 05:49:21 (edited)
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +1
    Maybe not too much in the north, but certainly the south.
    Eskimos use refrigerators to keep stuff FROM freezing
  • Alacrity ⚥Κόζμω ... 2013/06/24 05:54:13
    Alacrity
    +1
    Yes, Kozomo, isn't that humorous... to keep stuff from freezing.
  • ⚥Κόζμω ... Alacrity 2013/06/24 05:58:39
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +1
    There are folks selling sand to the Arabs, theirs is not suitable for filtering swimming pools.

    A fridge and an AC just 'move heat', easily reversed
  • Alacrity ⚥Κόζμω ... 2013/06/24 06:06:58
    Alacrity
    That makes sense.

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