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From:     Ernest 'N True <ereuben@???????.???.??.cr>
Date:     Sun, 5 Mar 1995 18:58:04 -0600 (CST)
Subject:  Re: size
Hi there jammers,
   I came out with a question today and funny enough although I checked all
the maps, and all kinds of reference books I didn't find it, how long is
the Earth across the equator?  I came up with this as I was trying to
figure out a world just slightly larger than the Earth so I needed to
know its size in the A-I scale or whatever it is, and it says that Earth
is a size E planet from 4K-10K across, however 10000 miles is pretty short
for the Earth all across I think, what does stats say? and how come the SJ
book shrunk earth so much?  (I have the idea earth is about 25000 miles
across making it to a size F planet, maybe a typo in the book?)

Jeremy


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size    Ernest 'N True    06 Mar 1995 00:58:04
Re: size    A little fish in a big pond.    07 Mar 1995 07:16:31

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