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No, because the axis the earth spins on is actually tilted (about 23.5 degrees from vertical) then different parts of the earth recieve different amounts of sunlight throughout the year (the seasons)here's a page i found with a diagram: ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGINThe equator recieves the most constant amount of daylight all year round. Did you know it recieves about 1KW of energy per square meter from sunlight at noon!
In the book according to JimBob- daylight is bigger in Texas!