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Subject: Number of RPM's of any object possible or recorded.

Date: Wed Oct 11 17:40:00 2000
Posted by Donna MacKersie
Grade level: undergrad School: No school entered.
City: San Diego State/Province: California Country: USA
Area of science: Physics
ID: 971300400.Ph

What is the greatest number of RPM's ever recorded or possible for any 
object?  It would seem that with the use of gears, etc., an infinitely 
large number could be reached.  There must be some research on this 
issue!  I asked the question once and waited a long time for the answer, 
and the answer was "RPM's of what?"  Of anything!  Of something!  How fast 
can any object rotate?  Or how many RPM's has ever been recorded?  Thank 

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