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18 hours ago, Yosodog said:

If the frog rotates fast enough, will it begin to fly?

Naturally a rotating frog is capable of this much. 
When a frog's rotation passes a certain threshold, it's limbs are forced outwards by the centrifugal force into perfect aerofoils which produce lift. At this point the rotating frog will begin to fly, but because frogs lack control surfaces it won't be able to control its flight. 

This is the cause of premature deaths for a great many frogs around the world, and is the primary evolutionary reason why frogs lay so many eggs. 

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well yes, but it would need to be travelling like really fast, because it would need to be at or exceed the escape velocity of earth,  and even then itll probably be dead from all that spin speed and directional speed, not to mention its gonna die pretty fast in space

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