The slower the rotation causes surface liquid(s) to rush toward the poles. Yes?
The higher the rotation causes surface liquid(s) to rush toward the equator. Right?
Does this mean the further back in time we go the more Earth's water was going toward, to the equator?
This means the water is going, hyperslowly, towards the poles with each passing day yes?
So, if Venus were Earthlike & had oceans, its rotation would cause its oceans to rush & bunch towards the poles?
Mars's rotation is virtually identical to Earth's. So if Mars were Earthlike & had oceans, how would the oceans be flowing relative to Mars's poles & equator?
Unlike Earth, Venus & Mars have no stable axial tilt yes? So, how would that factor into the flow of water & oceans on Mars & Venus relative to their equators & poles were they Earthlike?