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How did people find out the earth was tilted on it's axis?
By observing the seasons. if the Earth was not tilted, then there would not be any summer, winter, spring, or fall. The season would always be the same.
Great explanations! Thanks
I never head that
Ice cream on the sun! Thax for teaching me about the global science!
P.S I'm your greatest fan!!!!!!!!!!!!!
so the globe that you can buy from the store is a ratio to the real sun??
I think I learned alot watching this video and I think it well help me do well on my fcat science and I hope this was the right stuff I was suppose to learn for my test because I am going to do my best and rock the test.
I loved your explaination of the light distribution. This is very hard for our 5th graders to understand, your video will be terrific for them to watch!!
What a Interesting and amazing video! did You explain it? I Think Robert You are Great for us. I can't imagine This. Thanks Thanks and Thanks!
wow i learned alot from that vid is there really icecream on the sun?
man do you relly think he said ice cream on the sun??? wowee you mustve hit your head when you were a baby!!
Huh? I could only watch 40 seconds of the video and then it ended.
Fixed. Thanks for letting me know.
they make us giggle!
That was very interesting!
Thanks, this concept has always been a bit hard for me to understand, thanks for explaining it so well in your video. You should do one on how the moon effects the currents of the ocean on earth.
Did this earthquake change how long the days are? Did it change the Earth's axis? We have heard stories. Thanks!
At first i did not get this at all but you explained it and now i really undersatnd it thank you so much. I am glad we have someone like you to explain that better to us.
Thank you Robert,
You taught us in 7 minutes what we have tried to learn for months!
Enjoy your ice cream... We'll have some too.
Carolyn and Kids in Australia
Woot!!! i love australians!!!!!
You guys are awesome!!!!!
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