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1). The day would be shorter than 24 hours. 2). There would be more days in a year. 3). Areas of atmospheric high- and low-pressure would be more pronounced, with higher winds and more active weather systems surrounding them. 4). Theoretically, all objects would appear to weigh less than they do now. #1, #2, and #3 would be very noticeable. #4 would not be very noticeable unless the earth rotated MUCH faster than it does now. Some possible effects that are "farther out": -- increased earthquake and volcanic activity, and changes in terrestrial magnetic field behavior, over geologic time periods, due to modified internal heat generation and distribution caused by increased tidal friction; -- increased rate of rotational de-celeration, also due to increased tidal effects; -- increased rate of expansion of the moon's orbital distance, due to accelerated rate of exchange of angular momentum within the 2-body system.
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If the earth did not rotate, many processes that we take for granted would be disrupted or even stop entirely. A couple examples: day and night would change only …with the orbit of the earth around the sun: day would last half a year and night would as well - this would create a whole new system of seasons and life/growth patterns the Coriolis effect, which displaces air and water and drives many wind and ocean currents, would no longer exist Gravity would be affected or even cease to exisit
Days would be shorter, and the upper level winds would be faster. Note; days are getting longer, not shorter ... several billion years ago the day was only 8 hours l…ong.
We wouldn't live because the wind speed of the Earth would be too great.
What if anything would happen to the shape of the earth if it were to rotate on its axis faster than it does today?
What if anything would happen to the shape of the earth if it were to rotate on its axis faster than it does today Well ladies and gentlemen
When the earth rotates 30 time faster every thing will get burnt due to friction with the air if not then i dont know...............
What do you mean? Earth rotates already. And u can see the stuff that happens. When the Earth is rotating the same things happen as are happening now (presumably). However, sh…ould the earth rotate, gardeners (among others) would become very dizzy!
You get stronger gravity. Currently, gravity exerts an acceleration of 9.81m/s² . If the earth rotated faster this number would be higher.
I'm sure it would effect the earth's electromagnetic field as it is the spinning of the earth's core that creates the field.
It would spin out of earths orbit. And most likely hit a planet, star, comet, or keep on going.
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-- Daylight would be 6 months long, and it would get much hotter during the day. -- Night-time darkness would also be 6 months long, and it would get much colder during th…e night. -- Weather systems would not circulate. Winds would blow straight into low-pressure centers, and straight out of centers of high pressure. -- The plane of the Foucault pendulum's oscillation would not rotate. Also, the Earth's magnetic field would probably disappear and the ocean tides would (more or less) disappear too.
Seasons would stop. There would be no change in day or night.
second, minute, hour, day, month, year!
Measurements of time would become shorter, and the seasons would occur faster.
It would effect the earth's electromagnetic field as it is the spinning of the earth's core that creates the field.
Nothing will happen because of the gravity