Talk:Geographical pole

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Expert help needed[edit]

I added an {{Expert}} tag because it seems this article may not be making all the distinctions it should. There seem to be distinction between a geographic pole and a rotational pole made in the articles North Pole, Universal Time, and polar motion, but this article as it stands essentially defines them to be the same thing. Apparently the north rotational pole has wandered maybe 20 m or so since 1900 in relation to the surface of the earth. Which frame of reference is used for "geographical pole" refer to in various contexts? -R. S. Shaw 06:39, 5 July 2006 (UTC)

OK though I'm no expert I revised the article to reflect this point, and removed the Expert tag BindingArbitration (talk) 12:51, 24 November 2008 (UTC)BindingArbitration