I believe our atmoshere is responsible for the Earth’s rotation. If this were true could it slow or speed up with the melting of our ice caps?
I first noticed that with the earth traveling at thousands of miles an hour, why isn’t there a higher wind on it’s surface (shouldn’t our atmosphere stand still as the earth spun?)? As an observer the only conclusion I could find is that the atmosphere is moving at thousands of miles an hour and our earth spins with it. Your first thought might be, but the Earth is so heavy and huge. Yes, but it is also floating in space.
Our mountains catch the brunt of this force and create undertow currants of air that slow and we notice as wind from the east. The oceans also transfer this force to spin. You may not agree with my observation, but my question bags for your consideration. If true could the melting of our ice caps change our planet’s atmosphereic current and in turn effect the earth’s rotation? If so, how drastically?
Submitted September 15, 2017 at 04:21AM by thefacelessbastard
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