If it were hot dog shaped, gravity would pull harder on the ends than the sides and it would tend back toward spherical shape.
I read a good analogy somewhere: Suppose you want to build a building 1000 stories high, essentially a nonspherical bump on our essentially spherical earth.
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suppose there were a crazy architect who wanted to build a conical monument or perhaps working structure on the tip instead of at the wider base, and without any outside support beams.
could the building be supported by a massive internal gyroscope?
The cabildos not only preserved specific African practices, their members also creatively reunited and resynthesized many regional African traditions, some, as in the case of the Yoruba, long separated by migration and war(English, French m.) a small, private room where works of art, valuables and curiosities were kept and contemplated at leisure; over time the term was used for the collections themselves.
Renaissance cabinets played an important role in the development of museums and art galleriesa 4 by 5 1/2" photograph, usually on thin albumen or carbon paper, pasted to a rigid 4 1/4 by 6 1/2" colour board to prevent curling.