In a message dated 9/11/98 7:05:37 PM Mountain Daylight Time, writes:

> But A is bad becuase faster spin would mean shorter days (but would the
> larger world
> compensate? physics/math people?)

Shorter days wouldn't be so bad, since it would compensate for the slightly
longer year. (Hmm, is the Cerilian Year based on Aebrynis making one
revolution around it's sun, like Earth's? Or is it just a randomly made length
of time?)