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Emily Hopkins
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Nicey replies: Yes the answer is all too obvious as it involves the Coriolis Force which causes a change in angular momentum proportional to the distance from the equator. In the northern hemisphere one would expect to stir tea in a clockwise direction however in the southern hemisphere it should be stirred anti-clockwise. These are the same forces that goven the rotation of weather systems, and the water running out of your bath. To stir in the other direction would be flying in the face of the celestial dance itself.

Sarah Williamson
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Nicey replies: Yes we would always advise travelers to take appropriate precautions when traveling abroad and bring a supply of their own tea bags.

Mark Pennington
Nicey replies: Steve,

First of all good work on the force feeding of Americans with tea, we applaud your efforts. Secondly how do Americans get extensions built on their houses unless huge quantities of tea are involved. Presumably their builders all drink Coke/Pepsi/Rootbeer/Budwieser/Starbucks coffee. Perhaps this is why their houses are so enormous, and require no extensions as they don't have the correct beverage and biscuit culture to support the activities of local jobbing builders.

Sam Bushnell
Nicey replies: We have found the trick is to give them their own cup of tea.

Steve Rapaport
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