With a speed of about 460m/s for the earth's surface at the Equator as it spins around its axis. Using 2 Atomic Clocks tested to be accurate and match each other and both weighing exactly 100 lbs at an arctic lab site pretty much at the north pole. Moving one clock to Ecuador pretty much on the Equator and the same altitude (as measured from the center of the earth) for one year. How much “centripetal acceleration” would it feel from the earths rotation? How much will the clock weigh in Ecuador? After bringing the two clocks back together how will the time on the Ecuador clock compare to the Polar Clock? How much and why for any difference.