Rivers Run Down To Sea-Level


Rivers run down to sea-level finding the easiest course, North, South, East, West and all other intermediary directions over the Earth at the same time. If Earth were truly a spinning ball then many of these rivers would be impossibly flowing uphill, for example the Mississippi in its 3000 miles would have to ascend 11 miles before reaching the Gulf of Mexico.

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  1. I don’t really understand the issue with rivers on a ball because where ever you are on a ball everywhere is down?

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