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  1. Because there is a school, secondary education. And in the USSR, such a science as “Astronomy”was studied there. There is no such thing now? USE, I'm sorry. Do you even know that the Earth revolves around the Sun?

  2. Roughly speaking: at the poles, the Sun's light falls casually, at the equator – vertically. The angle of incidence of light affects how much light, and at the same time heat (the heat of the Sun comes to us in the form of rays that we do not see, because they are infrared) is reflected, and how much is absorbed by the Earth's surface, as well as the color of the surface – snow and ice are lighter than the earth without snow, and At the poles, there is ice and snow all the time, regardless of the time of year. �

    With this answer, watch a video about the change of seasons: https://youtu.be/CKJBO5O3s4c

  3. Both” poles ” of the Earth are cold specifically to prevent people from making sure that the Earth is flat. Otherwise, any inhabitant of the planet could have approached the very edge and leaned over it, plunging into the cosmic abyss.�

    In fact, at the “poles” of the Earth – it is not so cold as forecasters assure us. The southern” pole ” is cooler than the Northern One. This is due to the fact that in that region a special penguin species – Spheniscidae glacies – generates ice around the clock. Part of it is transmitted via a fiber-optic cable with a capacity of 6 megatons per second (in TNT equivalent) to the region of the North “Pole”, where it is placed in an arbitrary order for the joy of the children of the peoples of the North.

    Accordingly, the cold radiated from the ice cools the environment as well. Polar bears are monitoring the situation on the ground. They also provide feedback to the South Pole penguins, thereby ensuring uninterrupted logistics.

    It is also worth noting the role of numerous polar stations in both regions: their employees take care of polar bears and penguins all year round: they regularly bathe them, organize leisure activities for animals, and monitor the balance of their diet.

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