Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by chung, Jun 12, 2013.
Yes, north and south poles of the sun are separated.
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By the equator
Now does either dynamic , of the poles , separated , by the equator , vary in speed , rotation ?
Yes. Different parts of the sun spin at different speeds. (For the 9th time.)
For the 10th time , does the longitude and latitude division of the Sun , above the equator of the Sun , vary in velocity ?
Yes. Velocity varies by latitude.
But does velocity very by longitude as well ?
The question has no meaning; the velocity is orthogonal to longitude.
Does speed on a highway vary by height?
To my point , I'm getting specific here .
So does the latitude and longitude , at the north pole down to the equator of the Sun vary in velocity , not in comparison to the equator nor to the south velocity , but alone in north velocity ?
The lines of latitude and longitude never change. They are mathematical constructs, not reality. (There are no "lines" on the sun when you look at it.)
The photosphere (the layer of the sun we see, mostly) does not rotate at the same rates at all latitudes.
The North pole (a point) does not rotate; it's just a point. The photosphere near the North pole rotates. It rotates at a slightly different speed than the other latitudes.
And "equator of the Suns limits" is a nonsensical phrase.
Tossing the word salad doesn't make it not salad.
River, You have written this salad at least 10 times now, each time getting more nonsensical and obfuscatory, rather than less so.
If it weren't so uncharacteristic of you, I'd say you're having us on.
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