bflat Posted August 14, 2020 Author Share Posted August 14, 2020 30 minutes ago, peter said: If you think your little trick will amaze me and my family , sorry you don't know us very well. Ok, let's see. Nasa math is really pretty basic.; I hope you can follow below. Modern astronomy claims that earth spins west to east at about 1000 mph on the equator where you have struck the ball. So: 1000/60=16.67 <---this gives us miles per minute since there are 60 minutes in one hour Now. because there are 60 seconds in one minute, let's divide that by 6 to determine how far that hole moves in just 10 seconds. 16.67/6=2.77 <---Thus we can conclude that the hole AMAZINGLY moves over 2 3/4 or nearly three miles every ten seconds! Quite a drive, yes? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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