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From: Ann Min (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 10 2000 - 08:56:05 EST
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Yes, spring does move northward. A way you can prove this is that when
days are getting shorter as they go south of the equator, they get
longer as they move north of the equator. When days are getting shorter,
that means that winter is coming. When days are getting longer, that
means that spring is coming.Therefore, when days are getting longer
moving northward, spring is moving northward.
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