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One can find both counterclockwise and clockwise flowing drains in both hemispheres. Some people would like you to believe that the Coriolis force affects the flow of water down the drain in sinks, bathtubs, or toilet bowls. Don’t believe them! The Coriolis force is simply too weak to affect such small bodies of water
If there were no other forces on that water in the sink or toilet, that would be true. The Coriolis effect does actually make hurricanes rotate the opposite direction in the two hemispheres. But for toilets and sinks it’s another story. The toilet myth is easy to dispell — just peek around the rim of the toilet and you’ll see that the water is jetted into the bowl at an angle, which determines the direction the water swirls.
It turns out that even a toilet a mile wide might still be too tiny to exhibit Coriolan tendencies -- the water simply isn't hovering over enough latitudes to feel The Force. It takes a mass of air many miles in diameter to demonstrate the infamous toilet twirl, and even then, Coriolis is often foiled by friction with the ground and barometric high jinks.
On nasa's website there is an obrital diagram of c2010x1... aka... Nibiru.. Planet x, Nimrod... Ect... You can zoom in and out... change direction of view... pick some of the large disasters from the recent past.. such as 3/11/2011... and when we align with it and the sun or make an 90 degree angle.. all hell breaks loose...
If the link takes you to a search page.. type in c2010x1... when the page opens... hit orbital diagram....