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Why Does The Sun Always Rise In The East And Set In The West?

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Hassan Raza Profile
Hassan Raza answered
Now a day there are too many websites on internet about the scientific information and news papers and electronic media. Who's giving the information about sky and earth and spaces like Earth rotates or spins toward the east, and that's why the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars all rise in the east and make their way westward across the sky. But the best report which is acceptable from most of the scientists and all other well knowledged people is that the earth revolves from the left to right and that is why the sun always rise from east and set in the west. Except from this, all the other reports are also the experiences of the people and scientists we can not say them fake.

The earth rotates in a distinct easterly direction, and in all probability, will not change. You and I will be in big trouble if it does. But there is a big force behind this which always compels it to work on the given instructions. Who is running all the things in sky and on earth accurately and smoothly.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Who knows?
I think that because the Earth revolve around the Sun from West to the East, so to us the Sun will change its reference point from East to West.
Linda Daniels Profile
Linda Daniels answered
The earth rotates in a distinct easterly direction, and in all probability, will not change. You and I will be in big trouble if it does.
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MNSEKH answered
Because the earth rotates from west to east. So the sun seems to rise in the east for us.
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Ralph Bolt answered
The sun is a stationary object with the earth rotating around it every 24hrs. The earth rotates in a counterclockwise rotation therefore the sun has the appearance of rising in the east and setting in the west.

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