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Ah, what a beautiful summer day!
Oh, hey Joey!
Beautiful Day isn't it?
Exactly! It all depends on the amount of sunlight hitting each Hemisphere.
Yeah, but probably not for the people in South America. It's winter for them.
Well, the seasons on the Earth aren't the same around the world, all because of Earth's axial tilt.
You, see, when Earth was younger, an large object hit it, causing a tilt in Earth's rotation, so that when it revolves around the Earth, different Hemispheres, or parts of the Earth got different amounts of sunlight.
So the halves of the Earth with the most sunlight are warmer and probably in summer? And the ones with less sunlight are colder and in winter?
Well, I guess you learn something new everyday!
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