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Posted by Not Important on May 25, 2002 17:13:31 UTC

"When an object rotates most of the force of rotation will be on the outside of the object. So it makes perfect sense that most of the rotational force is on the planets and not the sun."

Yes, but in order for the Sun the form from a cloud of gas it would have to be rotating rapidly.
Now, it is not rotating rapidly. That is what I was saying.

"Oh and by the way I beleive God cuased the some of the planets to rotate backwards just to make the theory that all matter used to be in one swirling dot look stupid."

Interesting. God must have excellent foresight.

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