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Is San Diego California or Reno Nevada farther west?


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2014-02-20 17:00:10
2014-02-20 17:00:10

Reno is farther west

San Diego is on the Pacific coast. You would think the Pacific ocean is as far west as you can go. However, Reno is farther west than San Diego. California's southern half bends eastward underneath Nevada. In the same vein, Minnesota is farther north than Maine.


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