Influence of "Centrifugal" force in 'g' Hello everyone, I was wondering one of these days if the 'centrifugal' force due to the rotation of the Earth in the Equator could cause any difference in the value of the gravitational acceleration; namely it would be supposedly less than the real value because we experience it pushing us outward, in opposite direction to gravity. I know that if it has an implication it is probably very tiny compared to the gravitational field of the Earth but I just want to know if the logic is correct. ps. I am aware that the centrifugal force doesn't exist but we experience it; the simple rotating bucket proves it. Thanks in advance!