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I have a brother, who's almost like me, but not quite.

We have distant relatives too, but they live far away.

I live in equilibrium, just like you, but completely differently.

Who am I?

Hint:

I am quite lonely. Rarely anyone visits.

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My first thought was

the north and south poles

I have a brother, who's almost like me, but not quite: North Pole and South Pole

We have distant relatives too, but they live far away: Other planets have north and south poles, but they are very far away

I live in equilibrium, just like you, but completely differently: The poles are in balance, but one is on land, the other in the sea.

They seem to meet the requirements of all 3 sentences.

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  • $\begingroup$ ROT13(Pna lbh rkcynva gur zrnavat oruvaq rnpu fragrapr? Vs fb, V'yy znex vg nf npprcgrq.) $\endgroup$ – MechMK1 Nov 4 at 22:37
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I would say you are the

boy/man from the twins paradox.

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    $\begingroup$ How would that explain sentence 2 and 3? $\endgroup$ – MechMK1 Nov 4 at 14:33
  • $\begingroup$ Well, if I'm the twin that is traveling through space, then all my relatives are on earth, quite far away. About the equilibrium, I thought it could be related to a different amount of gravity in the spaceship. $\endgroup$ – guillemalomar Nov 4 at 15:49
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    $\begingroup$ Sorry, but our answer is in another castle. $\endgroup$ – MechMK1 Nov 4 at 15:51

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