if you walked a long way down your street (a VERY long way, to the other end of your country.) would you suddenly be walking diagonally? or on your thighs? no. because you are not being pulled towards the bottom of the earth, but to the center. it's quite hard to explain to someone who doesn't already know. We (yes, we,I'm Australian) don't feel upside-down because as you come to our side of the world, the direction your feet face rotates so that your feet always face the center of the earth.
And in fact, you did make up the north is up and south is down, because whoever said north was up? you could draw a map with south on top of the map and it would be just as accurate.
Nothing is upside-down in Australia unless it has been deliberately placed that way.
Only relative to those in the Northern Hemisphere.
they dont they dont
because they have mirrors too, young lad. also, dodo birds.
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Many Aboriginal people in Australia see Australia day as the day when their lives were turned upside down by the invasion of the English and the introduction of European diseased that decimated their tribes and family's.
Because of the force of gravity pulling everything towards the centre of the Earth.
Australia's shape looks a little like an upside down sheep.
You can put it upside down but it wouldn't be good for its body or its head and the hamster would crawl sqealing and could bite so dont really put it upside down
Because the Earth spins on a near vertical axis like a top or a basketball spinning on a finger. But if you were upside down you wouldn't know anymore about it than do the people in Australia.
its radar dont you get it you people are idiots
It is approximately upside down, relative to us
I will do an experiment with myself tonight. My PURPOSE is to learn if people can actually sleep upside down. REASON: I want to figure out if people can really sleep upside down.hypothesis: I bet people can sleep upside down peacefully.experiment: I will sleep upside down tonight and come back tomorrow and type what happened.
it is not you must just have it upside down. Actually, Australians do use an upside down map. McArthur drew a map that put Australia at the top of the map instead of the bottom. Thus they were no longer from the land down under or the bottom of the world. This map was first issued on Australia day in 1979, it was called the Universal Corrective Map of the World
No on the other side of the world it is upside down
If the sky was upside down, the people will fall because there is no gravity holding it.
The continent of Australia looks a little like an upside-down merino sheep.
no one has
instead of asking, why dont you try it
they dont sink they float upside down
no because the gravity pulls them down
As a result of the shape of the human eye lens, the images projected onto the retina('screen' of the eyeball, so to speak) are upside down. However, we do not see the world upside down because our brain correctly interprets it and makes all images the right side up.
When younger people get brest cancer. They want to have the ribbon upside down. Sounds good to me.
Gravity pulls all things toward the center of the earth-- as a result, everyone on earth only feels upside down if their head is pointing toward the ground or they are high/drunk on something. North and South are just directions given to indicate the intersection of earth and its axes at the extreme edges of the earth. North is considered "up" simply because more people live in the northern hemisphere and most people like to think that they are "up." In fact, people in the southern hemisphere, especially Australia, have maps that we would consider upside-down, where north is down and south is up.