You're not comprehending what I'm saying. I'm saying that while, relative to "sea level", the river is indeed flowing downhill, but relative to the center of the earth (the earth's core), the river is flowing uphill, as the equator is "higher" (read "farther away from the center of the earth") than the poles are.
There's no contradiction.
Diameter at the poles is less than diameter at the equator.
Direction of flow is from right to left, north to south, yet still uphill.
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