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Where should my currents go?

Don't get fooled by the scale of the map, there are currents there as in every body of water. Look at a map of oceanic currents. Do you see any current in the Adriatic sea (the sea between Italy and ...
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Would things engineered to work on earth work ok in 1.25 times earth gravity?

If all you're worried about is structural engineering, you can push gravity way up, far beyond what humans can tolerate. Buildings here on Earth aren't built anywhere near the limits of the ...
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What's the effect of increasing the Earth's rotation on climate?

If the speed increases slowly, the Coriolis effect will become pronounced and I think that will result in stronger storms and hurricanes. A more severe effect I can think of is that without any limit ...
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