1. Reciprocal is a more complex, too complex if you ask me, for of finding the reverse of an equation, it is done by factorising the coefficients within a formula, then multiplying out and dividing by the common factor in reference to the previouslt identified coefficient series.

2. Handel's left rule states, that light rays coming from the sun, or any other stars, cannot be refracted in certain ways, depending on the speed of rotation, the left hand element is somewhat irrelevant.

3. The reason for this speed being calculated, is due to the derivation of first finding the reciprocal, then substituting values into the equation having made a correlation between the suns ray exposure and its refraction, then you come out with the figure previously quoted.

Aah, this is so much fun.

1. Oh, is that so? And what equation is this? And do you mean the reciprocal rule(which isn't so bad), or the multiplicative inverse(which is without doubt, the most complex mathematical concept devised to man)?

2. And you just made this one up on the spot, eh? And what precisely does it have to do with your left hand, since all these "hand rules" have a basis in what you can check with a hand. Like the right hand rules for EM.

3. Oh, this is so much fun. And tell me, what is refraction caused by? Light. Tell me the behavior of light. That's right, it doesn't have anything to do with rotation, it travels just the same. You can spin the light source all you like, the refraction through an atmosphere behaves just the same.

4. How the hell did sound travel through space?

Now get off this thread before Engy comes around.