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Temporal Novice
Equator VS. North, south poles

In relation to speed dynamic affecting or adhering to time.

The circumference of the Earth at the equator is 25,000 miles. The Earth rotates in about 24 hours. Therefore, if you were to hang above the surface of the Earth at the equator without moving, you would see 25,000 miles pass by in 24 hours, at a speed of 25000/24 or just over 1000 miles per hour.

North, South axis poles:
Considerably faster.

The gravitational attraction of the Sun and Moon on the non-spherical Earth cause the rotational axis of the Earth to precess in space similar to the action of a top. In addition to this precessional motion the axis undergoes a small "nodding" motion called nutation. Both of these motions can be described theoretically to a high degree of accuracy. This mathematical description depends on assumed values of physical constants describing the shape and internal structure of the Earth.

Taking these facts into consideration;
I have my own answers but my question for you is this;

Would variable greatly differ if one were to use speed for the basic movement through time depending on if you were positioned close to the equator, versus the poles?
(Taking into consideration the rate of speed associcated with planetary rotation).