Poll: So which way goes it?
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Counter Clockwise
4 27%
ClockWise
11 73%
Voters: 15.
#1
So which way does the water go in your sink,Clockwise ore counter clockwise?

Goes for
Any tap in the bathroom ore the kitchen Etc....
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#3
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Which tap am I running?

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edit: all of mine go counter, i thought they were different.

edit2:it goes in counter. sry, i read it wrong.
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#4
Don't sinks in the northen hemisphere go one way and the ones in the southern hemisphere go the other way?

Or is that a myth?
#7
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Don't sinks in the northen hemisphere go one way and the ones in the southern hemisphere go the other way?

Or is that a myth?

its a myth, although it does have a basis in truth,
its called the coriolis effect, and it causes things like cyclones to spin counterclockwise in the northerm hemisphere, and clockwise in the southern.

but the water in a sink is too little for this to effect it, unless you built a sink hundreds of miles accross.

EDIT: beaten to it
#9
Quote by Bowe
its a myth, although it does have a basis in truth,
its called the coriolis effect, and it causes things like cyclones to spin counterclockwise in the northerm hemisphere, and clockwise in the southern.

but the water in a sink is too little for this to effect it, unless you built a sink hundreds of miles accross.

EDIT: beaten to it


Great post, I feared we wouldn't get to that till about 10 pages...
#10
Quote by Bowe
its a myth, although it does have a basis in truth,
its called the coriolis effect, and it causes things like cyclones to spin counterclockwise in the northerm hemisphere, and clockwise in the southern.

but the water in a sink is too little for this to effect it, unless you built a sink hundreds of miles accross.

EDIT: beaten to it

dont toilets also spin counter clockwise in the southern hemisphere because they're made to? i heard that somewhere.
#11
I can't really tell.

My sink is too full of body parts for me to tell.
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