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Sorry I Haven't Been Around, But I Still Have A Question

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Posted by Aaron Viviano on May 23, 2002 20:20:12 UTC

Been busy the past week and probably this weekend too. I should have said something.

Any a quick question that I have never seen a responce to.

Why do 3 planets and 11 moons spin backwards, If every thing in the universe rotates in the same direction because of the Big Bang? I forget the law's name, but baslically it states that if you have a spinning mass and you strike it with an object and it splits the fargments will spin the same way. Thanks for you answer.

AOG!!! Yeah.

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