Good to see you're out of that corner again.
"walk a mile north, then a mile east then a mile south "
must be in this order.
Care to change you answer? You said if in order it'd be 1 location!
You're a thinker I believe but take a little more time and stay off the moonshine. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Sphere... now you did it...
Spheroid, ellipsoid and now apparently geoid...whew... see why we called it round.
Open your eyes while going to work...is it still black or gray? Could be a Texas thing! [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Okay...we got that and I've never heard it put like that.
What is the speed of a stationary (relative to the earth's surface) body on the surface of the earth at the equator? How about a object at 45 north (or south) and for bonus points... an object just 1 mile north (or south) of the equator? In kilometers per hour or statute mile per hour or nautical miles mile per hour (please specify).
(My guess is that S1 won't have too much trouble with this one.)
[ 07-07-2003: Message edited by: Dave King ]