Topic: bakit mag kakaiba ang oras sa ibat ibang bansa (Read 11101 times)

06-14-16 08:54 PM
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"conservation of angular momentum"

Yan lang ang katapat ng lahat ng shit niyo. :haha:

06-14-16 09:34 PM
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kapag mas malaki ang isang ilaw sa isang object maiilawan kaya nito ang buong portion nito???? abay oo naman sakop nya lahat nito.. pero kung maliit o malayo ang ilaw malamang hindi nya kayanin kaya dark side yung ibang portion kaya hindi basehan ang araw at gabi para masabi na umiikot ang mundo :D

laugh trip tlg si ts.. :rofl: may kabuluhan ang paliwanag. :rofl:

hindi tulad ng iba dyan puro kakupalan lang nirereply kaya huwag mo kaming lokohin ni ts. dont us
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06-14-16 09:50 PM
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kung umaga sa pilipinas hapob naman sa iba at gabi naman sa iba
siguro sa mga lokasyon na malapit sa equator, nasa equator at nasa hemisphere.

pero ibahin mo ang north at south pole.



tulad ng sa pilipinas kung saatin gabi may pagkakataon na gabi din sa northpole. at may pagkakataon din na. daytime sa pilipinas may araw din sa north pole.
dahil ang totoo may mga months na nagtatagal na puro gabi lang sa northpole at south pole region.

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bakit nga ba hindi mag kakapareho na kapag gabi eh gabi sa buong mundo at pag araw araw sa lahat ng panig ng mundo
gaya ng sabi ko sa taas.

sinusuportahan nito na may lokasyon sa mundo na iba ang pagpapakita ng sun. kung sa atin pilipinas(atitude: 14¡ã 37 North, Longitude: 121¡ã 00 East) na sumisikat ito sa east at lumulubog sa west sa loob ng 24 hours iba gaya ng mga polar region. kung saan makikita lang na malapit ito sa horizon sa loob ng ilang linggo. at merun din mga buwan na hindi nito masisinagan ang nasabing lokasyon.



para saiyong kaalaman

ito ang mga theory na sinasabi nito na ang mundo ay may axis.

na ang mundo ay umiikot o nagRorotate.

na ang mundo ay nagRerevolve.

so mali na isipin na ang araw ang gumgalaw para sikatan ang flat na earth.

dahil kung ganun bakit iba ang display at iba ang tagal ng pagpapakita ng araw sa north o south.

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06-14-16 10:16 PM
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hindi naman lumulubog ang araw subukan mung sundan ang lokasyon ng araw kung saan sya mag punta nananatili syang nasa taas at hindi bumababa kagaya ng alapaap na parang nakalapat sa karagatan pero lakbayin mo ang dagat wala naman nakalapat ganun din ang araw :P

06-14-16 10:22 PM
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"conservation of angular momentum" pa rin ang sagot. :haha:

06-14-16 10:45 PM
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06-15-16 01:23 AM
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hindi naman lumulubog ang araw subukan mung sundan ang lokasyon ng araw kung saan sya mag punta nananatili syang nasa taas at hindi bumababa kagaya ng alapaap na parang nakalapat sa karagatan pero lakbayin mo ang dagat wala naman nakalapat ganun din ang araw :P
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06-15-16 01:34 AM
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Yung araw di lumulubog. Yung utak niyo ang matagal nang lubog sa drugs. :haha:

06-15-16 02:47 AM
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Yung araw di lumulubog. Yung utak niyo ang matagal nang lubog sa drugs. :haha:

uu naman umiinom kami vitamins everyday centrum! ikaw ano tinitira mo kaya ka ganyang katanga? :lagot: :haha:

kain ka nalang bon chon hindi yung pagpag ah! :lmfao:
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06-16-16 08:37 PM
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ts. sabi ko na nga ba. nung sinabi ko yung paglubog at paglitaw ng araw halata naman na ang tinutukoy ko diyan ay sunset at sunrise.

ngayun kung gagawin mong literal iyan kasalanan mo na iyun.

ngayun ang argumento mo ay may butas dahil binigyan kita ng argumento patungkol sa bilang ng oras sa polar region kung saan magkakaConflict sa argumento mo dahil sinira nito yung concepto mo ng night at daytime. dahil.ayun aa suhestiyun ng argumento mo ang sun ang gumagalaw sa kalawakan para liwanagan ang mga parte sa mundo. hindi naman puedeng magStay yung sun sa north sa loob ng ilang araw at mawala yung sun ng hihigit sa 24 hours([You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login]) diyan mawawasak yung argumento mo at susuporta naman nito ang notion na ang mundo ay may curve at merun din axis pero nakaTilt ito kay.

Case closed.
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06-16-16 11:33 PM
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:star: eto
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If you’re ever near the North or South Pole, you may be in for a very special treat. Frequently there are beautiful light shows in the sky. These lights are called auroras. If you’re near the North Pole, it is called an aurora borealis or northern lights. If you’re near the South Pole, it is called an aurora australis or the southern lights.

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This beautiful view of the aurora was taken from the International Space Station as it crossed over the southern Indian Ocean on September 17, 2011.

What makes this happen?

Even though auroras are best seen at night, they are actually caused by the sun.

The sun sends us more than heat and light; it sends lots of other energy and small particles our way. The protective magnetic field around Earth shields us from most of the energy and particles, and we don’t even notice them.

But the sun doesn’t send the same amount of energy all the time. There is a constant streaming solar wind and there are also solar storms. During one kind of solar storm called a coronal mass ejection, the sun burps out a huge bubble of electrified gas that can travel through space at high speeds.

When a solar storm comes toward us, some of the energy and small particles can travel down the magnetic field lines at the north and south poles into Earth’s atmosphere.

There, the particles interact with gases in our atmosphere resulting in beautiful displays of light in the sky. Oxygen gives off green and red light. Nitrogen glows blue and purple.

:whistle: mahirap makapunta sa gitna ng northpole at southpole ... .
tyambahan kun may maligaw dun :rofl:
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06-17-16 07:06 AM
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kung napakalapit lang sana ng araw sa mundo like one inch pare pareho sana ang oras sa mundo pero malao kaya maliit tingnan kaya hindi kaya ng araw na masikatan ang buong mundo kaya mag kakaiba ang oras :P

06-18-16 07:40 AM
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nakaka aning naman tong thread to ahahaha
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06-18-16 11:27 PM
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international date line kaya magkakaiba ang oras at date sa mundo. na nakabase sa daytime o di kaya sa time zone.

yung 24 hours yun yung inaAbot ng pagrotate ng earth sa kanyang axis.

ang layo ng earth sa sun ay 148 to 152 million km. kaya yung sinasabi mong one inch kinain na ng sun yung earth sa lapit na iyan.

puro kababawan ang punto mo ts.

kapag ba ang flashlight pinatong mo sa ibabaw ng table upsidedown maiilawan ba nito ang ilalim ng mesa hindi kailangan mong itutok sa ilalaim ng mesa yung flashlight.

sabi ko saiyo taob iyang argumento mo sa polar night.

at alam mo ba yung polaris eto yung star sa may bandanf north ng sky kung saan mapapansin mong umiikot lahat ng bituin sa kanya.

ibig sabihin kung nasa north pole point ka makikita mo ito(polaris) overhead mo. mapapansin mo sa buong magdamag na umiikot ang mga bituin counter-clockwise sa kalangitan at ang halos di gumagalaw sa puwesto niya ay ang polaris na biitiuin na tinatawag na polar star --  sa earth dalawa ang polar stars para sa north at south.

kahit sa dito sa malapit sa north hemisphere masasaksihan mo ang pagIkot ng mga bituin sa langit. tiyaga lang ang kailangan.




at ganun parin sinasabi parin nito. na may axis ang earth at nagRotate eto ayun sa display ng star trail.

kaya malabong maging flat ang earth ayun sa concepto niyo. dahil sa magkabilang poles(north at south) baligtaran ang ikot ng star trail dahil may hugis nga mundo.

dahil ang polar star sa north side ay hindi makikita sa south hemisphere vice versa.

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ang pinas ay malapit sa may north side kaya. hanapin mo lang yung polaris see it for yourself ts.

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06-19-16 08:40 AM
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2016 na kaya ng magpadala ng tao sa kalawakan kaya labas ka na ng kweba ts :tawanan:

07-09-16 09:31 PM
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yahoo sigurado may isasagot na namn dyan si ts. elementary pinag aaralan na yan ts. wag mo sabihing grade 1 ka palang?

07-26-16 11:06 PM
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07-27-16 04:35 AM
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11-25-16 01:49 PM
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mali ang pagkakaintindi mo basahin mo ulit libro science sa elementarya

08-27-18 09:38 AM
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Earth spins on an imaginary pole called its axis. Every 24 hours, the Earth makes a complete rotation — or one full turn — on its axis.
We call each full turn a day.

Imagine shining a flashlight at a globe. Only part of the globe would receive light, while the opposite side of the globe would be dark.
As Earth rotates, different parts of Earth receive sunlight or darkness, giving us day and night.

As your location on Earth rotates into sunlight, you see the Sun rise. When your location rotates out of sunlight, you see the Sun set.

If we had one single time zone for Earth, noon would be the middle of the day in some places, but it would be morning, evening,
and the middle of the night in others. Since different parts of Earth enter and exit daylight at different times, we need different time zones.

In the late 1800s, a group of scientists figured out a way to divide the world into different time zones. In order to build the time zone map, they studied Earth's movements.

As Earth rotates on its axis, it moves about 15 degrees every 60 minutes. After 24 hours, it has completed a full circle rotation of 360 degrees.

The scientists used this information to divide the planet into 24 sections or time zones. Each time zone is 15 degrees of longitude wide.

Distance between the zones is greatest at the equator and shrinks to zero at the poles, due to the curvature of Earth.
Since the equator is approximately 24,902 miles long,
the distance between time zones at the equator is approximately 1,038 miles.

The imaginary dividing lines begin at Greenwich, a suburb of London.
The primary dividing line of longitude is called the prime meridian. Longitude is the angular distance between a point on any meridian and the prime meridian at Greenwich.

The time at Greenwich is called Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). As you move west from Greenwich,
every 15-degree section or time zone is an hour earlier than GMT, while each time zone to the east is an hour later.

Having different time zones means that no matter where you live on the planet,
your noon is the middle of the day when the sun is highest, while midnight is the middle of the night.
Let's take a closer look at how this works.



Brain Freeze
Because the Earth spins on its axis, different parts of our planet receive light from the Sun, while others are in darkness.
Watch Brain Freeze's Doctor Knowles and Professor McCork explain more.
Doctor Knowles, Professor McCork and Ms Hucklebuck investigate time zones and find out why the Earth spins on its axis.
Earth is divided by imaginary vertical lines known as meridians, which run from the North to the South Pole.
Time zones are loosely based on these lines. The prime meridian from which all others are measured is located in Greenwich, London.
As you travel east from Greenwich, each time zone you pass through is another hour ahead of the current time in Greenwich.
If you were to travel west, each time zone would be an hour earlier. Sounds easy? Hmmm - read on to see if it really is!


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At ngayo'y sinasabi ko sa inyo, Huwag kayong mangakialam sa mga taong ito, at pabayaan ninyo sila: sapagka't kung ang pasiyang ito, o ang gawang ito ay sa mga tao, ay mawawasak:
Datapuwa't kung sa Dios, ay hindi ninyo maiwawasak; baka pa kayo'y mangasumpungan na nangakikihamok laban sa Dios.