ANSWERS: 4
  • Really?
    • Linda Joy
      Now now, it DOES depend on which planet you're on and which solar system you're in. lol
    • Archie Bunker
      It's under the Category "Earth Sciences" though. Is this just another example of our failing schools?
    • Linda Joy
      Good point, but Its not the school's fault if the children refuse to learn because they have all the information at the tips of their fingers and no longer have to remember anything. But the problem has many facets! Parents not parenting and government overstepping their bounds to name a few.
    • Archie Bunker
      I agree with your last sentence wholeheartedly! But the schools are also in shambles also. And there are a lot of reasons for that.
    • Linda Joy
      I agree the schools are in shambles, but I think that's because of their hands being tied because of the government and the parents.
    • Linda Joy
      And at least this student has taken some sort of initiative to learn. Sure its just for the test and they'd learn a lot more from reading the material and finding the information there, but at least they care enough to want to pass the test. That's more than some.
    • Archie Bunker
      I think one of the problems with the schools is that everyone seems to be more interested in feelings more than education. No valedictorians so no one feels bad and everyone gets a trophy kind of bullshit. I've seen reports of some schools doing away with grades. No shit. No grades, so those that fail don't feel bad about themselves. This is what we've come to.
    • Archie Bunker
      Linda, my dog knows which direction the sun sets. Someone has failed.
    • Archie Bunker
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  • The Earth spins on its axis in a way that appears clockwise from the south pole and counterclockwise from the north pole. Which would make the sun appear to rise in the east and set in the west from a perspective on earth. However we live in a sun-centric system which means the planets actually revolve around the sun and if it moves, we are not aware of its path because of the size of our known picture. I personally believe there's far more out there of which we're still unaware and wouldn't attempt time travel until we're absolutely certain about where the earth was at that particular point in time and we can't be certain of that if our entire universe is actually moving literally astronomical distances on a path whose trajectory we're entirely unaware.
  • West. You can catch it around sunset everyday.

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