This is not a homework question. This is the result of trying to think of a way to remove seasons. Imagine a case where the earth's axial precession had a period of exactly one year (instead of about 26,000 years) and that such a precession was counter clockwise (matching the direction of the earth's orbit around the sun). Would it be fair to say that then there would be no seasons? The image that would result would be one of the earth's tilted axis of rotation being constantly pointed towards the sun. This would mean that the sun's path in the sky would remain constant for each point on earth throughout the year. Let me know if/where I go wrong! Thanks.