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How come ceiling fans get so dirty when they are in constant motion?


 

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    Eugene Brennan (eugbug) 2 years ago

    It would be interesting to do the math to see what influence gravity due to the fan blades mass would have on the downward trajectory of a dust particle. I would think Earth's gravity would be dominant, and a particle would be deflected minutely.


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