1450m. .. so everyone read at the exact same speed?
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User avatar #1 - ihasapie (02/11/2011) [+] (1 reply)
so everyone read at the exact same speed?
#3 - cadranius (02/11/2011) [-]
To see exactly how far you will have moved at your home while reading that you will have to know the circumference of the earth at your latitude in meters (it gets smaller as you get nearer the poles and bigger as you near the equator) Then using that number - X. divide it with 24 (to see how far you move in an hour) then with 60 (distance in a minute) then again with 60 (distance in a second) and then multiply that with Y, which is the time in seconds it took for you to read it.  
  
X  /  (24/60/60)  *  Y = your actual distance traveled.
To see exactly how far you will have moved at your home while reading that you will have to know the circumference of the earth at your latitude in meters (it gets smaller as you get nearer the poles and bigger as you near the equator) Then using that number - X. divide it with 24 (to see how far you move in an hour) then with 60 (distance in a minute) then again with 60 (distance in a second) and then multiply that with Y, which is the time in seconds it took for you to read it.

X / (24/60/60) * Y = your actual distance traveled.
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